Your Complete Guide To Heinz Betting

There are many betting systems and methods of betting available to use on sport, some are more complex than others. The single bet, simple to understand. The same with doubles, trebles, and accumulators. Then there are some that petrify punters before even learning what they are, like the Heinz. 

But it really needn’t be daunting. The Heinz May look complex, but it’s simply a combination of bets made up of doubles, trebles, and accumulators.

If you’re looking to expand your betting then the Heinz could well be for you! Below you’ll find all you need to know about the wager, including what it is and how to play it…

What Is The Heinz Betting System?

The Heinz betting system involves picking six selections and placing 57 wagers involving them, hence the name.

Essentially what the wager does is by placing 57 different bets you cover all bases to give you the best chance of winning. In all, the Heinz system involves placing:

  • 15 Doubles
  • 20 Trebles
  • 15 Four-Folds
  • 6 Five-Folds
  • 1 Six-Fold

This essentially means that even if all six selections don’t win you’ll still receive a payout.

Placing A Heinz Wager

When placing a Heinz bet you’re essentially placing 57 different wagers so it is important to understand this, otherwise, you may end up placing more than you think. The best way to calculate how much you wish to place is to have a whole number and divide by 57. For example, if you wanted to place £20 on a Heinz, you’d stake £0.35 on each bet.

To place a Heinz bet you must first find six selections which you would like to bet on. In this instance let’s say you wanted to bet on the opening day of the Premier League season. You wish to place a bet on the To Win market on the following teams:

  • Arsenal
  • Burnley
  • Chelsea
  • Liverpool
  • Leicester
  • Tottenham

Your six selections would then form a series of doubles, trebles, four-folds, five-folds and a six-fold acca. 

This would give you every combination of bet from double through to a six-fold. If all six teams were to win the game, you would earn a payout on every bet. However, if four teams were to win that number would drop. 

As an example, let’s say Arsenal, Chelsea, Burnley, and Leicester won, but Liverpool and Tottenham failed to do so. This would mean the following bets of the 57 would payout:


  • Arsenal & Chelsea
  • Arsenal & Burnley
  • Arsenal & Leicester
  • Chelsea & Burnley
  • Chelsea & Leicester
  • Burnley & Leicester 


  • Arsenal, Chelsea & Burnley
  • Arsenal, Chelsea & Leicester 
  • Arsenal, Leicester & Burnley
  • Chelsea, Burnley & Leicester


  • Arsenal, Chelsea, Burnley & Leicester

The minimum number of teams that would need to win would be two, although this would likely lead to making a loss.

What Sports Can I Bet On Using A Heinz?

You can bet on any sports using the Heinz system, in fact you can bet on multiple sports within one system.

All you need to do is pick six selections, no matter what the sport and market and hope they win. 

Most commonly you’ll find them in football betting and horse racing, although there’s no reason you can’t use them for the likes of cricket, rugby, tennis, boxing, NFL, darts and any other sport you enjoy betting on.

Which Bookmakers Allow You To Place Heinz Wagers?

Heinz bets can be placed with any bookmakers as every betting app will allow you to place doubles, trebles, and accumulators. 

For the best betting apps to download, visit our Android and iPhone betting app pages, download your favourite and place a Heinz bet today!