Created by Callum Thompson, Expert Footy Tips is a sports betting tipster service that provides football bets to users on a weekly basis with a focus on accumulators.
What is the product?
Expert Footy Tips is a tipster service that according to the creator Callum Thompson, just “know(s) how to pick winners”. Hopefully this is enough of an explanation of the selection process because there is nothing else forthcoming. In terms of the service itself, Expert Footy Tips will release around 3 different tips per week with bets being quite a variety, from accumulators to picking a winner and even first goal scorers. These will mainly be for the English Premier League however Expert Footy Tips also covers other major European Leagues such as La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga. Callum Thompson claims a strike rate for Expert Footy Tips of 31.5% which is definitely believable however it is worth noting that there is no proofing to back this up. As well as the tipster service, Expert Footy Tips subscribers can also expect access to a member’s only forum, competitions and the latest offers from online bookies.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Expert Footy Tips is subscription based and comes in at £10 per month for the service. There is also an option to sign up for a week’s trial by subscribing to the Expert Footy Tips mailing list. As with most tipster services, there is no money back guarantee in place. In terms of income, there is surprisingly nothing available about this information. As mentioned, there is no proofing and Callum Thompson doesn’t make any claims about income from Expert Footy Tips.
Does the product provide value for money?
I feel that this is rather questionable. On the one hand, Expert Footy Tips is very cheap when compared to most services, however this doesn’t stand for much when there is nothing to show that it is profitable.
The way I see it, there are two different ways of looking at Expert Footy Tips. You can be optimistic and say that with a one week trial and costs of just £10 a month, it is worth playing on paper to see if this is a viable service. Personally I fall into the latter category and view Expert Footy Tips with an air of cynicism. I don’t see why any profitable tipster service wouldn’t publish results or at least talk about how much it has earned. This is a huge concern for me and as such I would avoid Expert Footy Tips, however I can also objectively see why it may appeal to some people.