What is a Lucky 63 Bet?
The name of the bet comes from the fact that it is based on 63 constituent bets: 6 singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 four-folds, 6 five-folds and a six-fold accumulator. The lucky part of the bet is that it tends to benefit from bookmaker bonuses, making it a popular wager.
The Lucky 63 consists of the following parts:
What Bonuses are Available?
Typical bonuses offered on a Lucky 63 bet may include an all winner bonus, a one loser bonus or a one winner consolation bonus. The bonuses are usually offered as a percentage increase or additional multiplier on the returns or, in the case of a one winner consolation, as increased odds. Bonuses are rarely offered on an each-way basis.
Always check with your bookmaker to see what bonuses are available.
Calculating the Returns
A return on this bet is guaranteed if at least one winner is selected. The order in which the bets are placed doesn’t matter as each of the six selections will contribute equally to the returns. The winnings can be calculated by long hand but most people prefer to use a calculation tool such as our Lucky 63 Bet Calculator.
To understand how the returns are affected by different outcomes, why not enter different odds or change the stake on our Lucky 63 Bet Calculator and see how the returns are affected.
Here are some useful links
Lucky 63 Bet Calculator - This calculates the returns on any Lucky 63 Bet taking into consideration non-runners, dead heats, each way options and even bookmaker’s bonuses. Easy to use it will calculate your winnings instantly.
What is a Lucky 15 Bet? - The Lucky 15 is similar to the Lucky 31 except that only 3 selections are required. Bonuses are still available but tend to be lower than those on the Lucky 31 or Lucky 63 as the odds of winning are higher.
What is a Lucky 31 Bet? - The Lucky 31 is similar to the Lucky 15 except that it includes an additional runner. Bonuses are still available and tend to be higher as the odds of all four choices winning are less than on a Lucky 15 bet.