Scoop6 Guide

The Tote Scoop6 is a fantastic pool bet which gives you the chance to win a fortune for a £2 stake.

The challenge is to select all 6 winners from 6 races during Saturday meetings.

If you meet this challenge you will win a share of the Scoop6 win fund, which is frequently worth over £1 million, and you will also get the chance to play for the Scoop6 bonus fund by picking the winner of a race the following Saturday.

Even if you fail to select all six winners you can win a share of the Scoop6 place fund if your selections place in each of the 6 races. Even this lower prize has paid out over £1000 per winner 8 times in the last 12 months. All this for a £2 stake!

Up to £10 Free Bet if your first bet loses

Place your first bet with Tote and get up to £10 in credit back if you lose.

Join Tote

New customers online only. Place your first bet on racing pools and if you lose, Tote will match your stake up to €/£10 in Tote Credit within 48 hours of qualifying bet settlement. Max Tote Credit is €/£10. Tote Credit cannot be withdrawn, exchanged, or substituted and expires after 7 days. Qualifying bet is the first racing pool bet added to the bet-slip. Totewin will be the qualifying bet when a Totewin and a Toteplace bet are struck at the same time. 18+. Full T&Cs apply.

Tote Scoop6 Rollovers, better that the National Lottery?

In a similar way to how the National Lottery works, if any of the Scoop6 funds aren't won on a particular week their value is rolled over to the following week. Like the lottery, this can cause some massive prize funds to be up for grabbing.

Unlike the lottery, the Scoop6 can be played as a game of skill. By using you knowledge of horses you can increase your odds of winning.

The Scoop6 has the additional benefit of not being all over within a minute. With races spread over around an hour and a half of the afternoon, and the majority of legs televised live on ITV, you get a lot more enjoyment from your stake.

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