If I Bet \$100 How Much Do I Win?

If you bet \$100, you will win \$100 times the odds you bet at.

For example, if you bet \$100 at +200 odds, then you would win \$200 (payout \$300 – \$100 bet).

Use the calculator below to see your potential outcomes for a \$100 bet.

\$100 Bet Winnings Chart

If you bet \$100, the chart below will tell you your winning amount as well as profit:

American Odds and \$100 Bets

If you bet using American odds, a \$100 bet is a good amount to learn about potential payouts.

When looking at the odds of a bet, you will see either a plus (+) or minus (-) next to the number. You can use bet amounts of \$100 to understand what your potential payout will be.

\$100 Bet on Favorites Payout

If you are betting on a favorite (minus odds), then the odds will represent how much you need to bet to win \$100.

For example, if you were to bet on the New York Yankees at -240, then that means you would need to bet \$240 in order to win \$100.

Note that betting on a favorite is interpreted as “to win \$100” rather than betting \$100.

\$100 Bet on Underdogs Payout

If you are betting on an underdog (plus odds), then the odds will represent how much you will win if you bet \$100.

For example, if you bet on the Green Bay Packers +240, then that means you would win \$240 if you bet \$100.

Betting on underdogs is much easier mental math compared to favorites. You can always use a betting odds calculator to get the exact numbers for more complex calculations.

How to Calculate Your Winnings for a \$100 Bet

To manually calculate how much you would win on a \$100 bet, you first need to determine if you are betting on a favorite (-) or an underdog (+).

If you are betting \$100 on a favorite, then your winnings can be calculated as \$100 X (1/(abs(odds)/100)).

So if you bet \$100 at -200 odds, here would be the steps to calculate your winnings:

1. \$100 X (1/(abs(-200)/100))
2. \$100 X (1/(200/100))
3. \$100 X (1/2) = \$50

If you are betting \$100 on an underdog, the formula to calculate winnings is much simpler: \$100 X (odds / 100).

An example of betting \$100 at +200 odds:

1. \$100 X (200 / 100)
2. \$100 X 2 = \$200