Double Bet Calculator

A double bet is one of the simplest bets to work out; however, it's even simpler with the Bet UK bet calculator which will work out your returns on any doubles bets you place. Our double bet calculator is simple, free and very easy to use.

Once you've inputted your preferred odds format, the odds of each single bet and the results of each selection (win or place in regards to racing) alongside any other bet details and our mobile-friendly bet calculator will show you your potential returns today.

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What is a double bet?

A double bet is the bet type that contains two single bets that are combined to create the same bet. The lowest risk of all multiple bet types available on Bet UK, to win a double bet, both bets need to win. In this format, players would simply need to combine each single bet to calculate their double bet odds. However, you can easily do this by inputting your two-part bet into our calculator. This bet holds higher risk and higher reward than a single bet but it is still the simplest of bet types. This is a bet that is most popular in Football matches and Horse Racing where bets on one event can be combined.

Double Bets Explained

Double bets are some of the easiest bets to follow in the world of online betting. Especially when compared to the likes of an accumulator bet and Canadian Bets, double bets have few selections, meaning a higher chance of victory; however, the odds of the bet will likely be significantly lower with a double bet.

Double Bet example:

If you were betting on the 2022 Cheltenham Festival and you wanted to place a double bet on the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Champion Hurdle, it would work out as follows:

Honeysuckle to win Champion Hurdle - 1/2

Minella Indo to win Cheltenham Gold Cup - 5/1

If one of those bets close, then your bet has lost. If both Minella Indo and Honeysuckle come first, you win! Riskier than two separate single bets but the odds are significantly higher! For example, if both won as single bets and you staked £5 on both, you'd have a return of £7.50 and £25, accumulating in total winnings of £32.50.

However, if you placed this as a double bet would provide a total of £90 from your £10 stake. Nearly treble the winnings but it does include significantly higher risk.

Is it worth doing double bets?

If you're looking at lower risk bets with decent payouts, then it is definitely worth checking out the double bet.

Other than Double bets, what can I calculate using the Bet UK Calculator?

There are dozens of bet types that can be found at Bet UK, including:

Accumulator Bets*

Canadian Bets

Double Bets

Each Way Bets

Goliath Bets

Heinz Bets

Lucky 15 Bets

Lucky 31 Bets

Lucky 63 Bets

Patent Bets

Trixie Bets

Yankee Bets

Free Bets at Bet UK

Double bets are a great way to minimise the risk associated with any free bets. That is why at Bet UK, we have a free bet offer that is finely suited to any multiple bet, whether you're looking at a double bet or a Lucky 63 bet. After signing up to Bet UK, if you deposit £10 and stake it following the terms and conditions of our Free Bet Offer, then you'll receive £30 in free bets back, even if your bet doesn't win! Why should I use this on a double bet, you ask? Because you will receive 3 £10 free bets, meaning you have four opportunities to land wins in double bets and with the double bet, you have the highest chance of success of any multiples bet.

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