Created by John Baker, Banker Bets is a sports betting tipster service that provides selections for a variety of sports including Basketball and American Football.
What is the product?
Banker Bets is a low risk betting system that creator John Baker says is able to succeed where others fail because despite backing a lot of favourites, Banker Bets still manages to extract value from bets. Selections are sent out on an almost daily basis directly to subscribers via email. Banker Bets will mostly identify selections for football, tennis, basketball and American football although there may be other sports covered. John Baker says that his selections are based on “meticulous research” however this isn’t explored in any further detail. Realistically though most of the bets made are not big calls. The system has produced 337 bets up to the end of January with a strike rate of just shy of 85%.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
There are three different subscriptions available for Banker Bets which are one month for £27, 3 months for £54 and 12 months for £155. There is a trial option for all services where you can get your first month for £6.75 as well as having a 30 day money back guarantee in place as well. In terms of income, Banker Bets has made just 29.63 points which is roughly in line with the 360% ROI that John Baker aims for (the service is based on a 10 point bank).
Does the product provide value for money?
Banker Bets isn’t badly priced and for the last 6 months has performed well. With the money back guarantee and trial price I think that it does represent value for money.
Banker Bets is one of the healthier looking tipster services that I have looked at recently. Whilst the service is not without flaws (namely that whilst Banker Bets may be profitable, even a small losing streak will still wipe out days of profit), there is a lot to like. Because of the high strike rate you should be able to expect a pretty consistent profit and that is something that not many tipster services can offer.