Named after its 63 parts and the 'lucky' bonuses available, the lucky 63 is an aptly named bet. Bonus scenarios include: 'all winners', 'one loser' and 'one winner' and usually involve either a % bonus to returns or a multiplier to the odds. Paddy Power have consistently offered the best bonuses but it is always worth checking around and verifying with each bookmaker the precise terms of any bonus before placing a bet.
When entering the 6 selections into the bet slip boxes, don't worry about the order in which they appear as all selections occur the same amount of times across all 63 bets.
Winnings can be worked out manually but the lucky 63 calculator is the preferred method of most.
Choosing one winner or more will generate a return from the Lucky 63.
The lucky 63 is composed of the following parts:
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Last Update: 6th August 2019
Lucky 63 bet calculator - Work out the returns on your 5 selection lucky 63 bet, factoring in bookmaker bonuses, dead heats, non runners and each way options. Fast and easy to use, just enter the details and your winnings will update automatically.
What is a lucky 31 bet? - If you find yourself with 4 preferred selections, the lucky 31 is definitely worth knowing about. Similar to the lucky 15 but with an extra runner. Bonuses are still available and usually higher given the decreased chance of all 4 choices coming in.
What is a lucky 15 bet? - Found yourself 2 short the required 5 selections? Then the lucky 15 is the way to go. A smaller cheaper bet that also has bonuses applied, albeit smaller than the lucky 31 and 63 alternatives.