What are potential returns?
Potential returns are a snapshot of your potential winnings at the time you placed your bet.
What about Each Way bets?
Potential returns will always show the maximum amount you could possibly win. For example, in an Each Way bet, it will show your potential returns if you selection/s win, rather than place.
What if I take a selection at Start Price (SP)?
Because we don’t know the odds of a selection at start price until the event starts, we will never show potential returns if any of your selections in a bet have been taken at Start Price (SP).
What if my potential returns are wrong?
If you think your potential returns are incorrect, you can use this bet calculator to check. If you still think they are incorrect then please check the possible reasons for this below.
Why might potential returns be wrong?
Remember, potential returns are a snapshot of your potential winnings at the time you place your bet.
This means your potential returns will not change as selections are resulted, regardless of if they win or lose.
Likewise, if one of your selections becomes a non-runner, void or has deductions applied, the potential returns will not reflect this.
If you believe your potential returns are incorrect, please do get in touch. However, we’d recommend checking the below before you do:
- Has one or more of your selections been resulted and lost?
- Has one or more of your selections been voided?
- Has one or more of your selections had a rule 4 or dead heat deduction applied?
- Has one or more of your selections been announced as a non-runner?
If any of these scenarios apply, please be aware that your potential returns may be incorrect.
Potential returns are a snapshot of your maximum possible winnings at the point you placed your bet.
Regardless of what your potential returns show, your bet will be settled correctly.