Offered as a part of the Betting Gods stable of tipsters, Easy Tips is an email based horse racing tipster service that is a spin-off of a premium Betting Gods service.
What is the product?
Easy Tips is a near daily service that offers selections for horse races across the UK. Betting Gods advertise Easy Tips as being a beginner’s tipster service with simplicity being at the center of the system. The tipster behind Easy Tips has a love of trends when making selections (presumably with some other filters, especially given the fact that this is a spin off of an existing premium service). In keeping with the beginner’s feel, all bets for Easy Tips are win bets with just one or two points being staked at a time making Easy Tips an affordable option. Over the last 12 months Easy Tips has achieved an average strike rate of 26.37%.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Easy Tips is available with the usual trial period that Betting Gods offer of 30 days for £4.95. It is after this period that the value becomes apparent. Easy Tips is available for a monthly, quarterly or lifetime subscription with these coming in at just £9.95, £24.95 and £59.95 respectively. All of these are backed by a 60 day money back guarantee through ClickBank. The income side of things is perhaps slightly less impressive at 122.29 points of profit over 12 months meaning around 10 points per month. This isn’t entirely representative however as there have been 4 losing months in 12 with the biggest loss coming in at 18.82 points.
Does the product provide value for money?
Despite results that are not necessarily stellar, I do feel that Easy Tips represents value for money.
There are a distinct lack of tipster services that I feel cater to the casual punter but Easy Tips is a great example of one that does. With its low stakes and costs there is no doubt that Easy Tips is affordable and at £10 stakes you would make £1200 in year which isn’t a shabby amount. The long and short of Easy Tips is that this is a no frills tipster service and realistically this is represented in the performance and price.