Offered by Steve Davidson and created by a developer known only as Michael, Football Pay Day is a piece of software for searching football statistic that also comes with built in betting systems.
What is the product?
Football Pay Day is the first product of 2015 from the ever industrious Steve Davidson. It comes in the shape of a piece of Windows only software that compiles data and statistics on football games that are listed on Betfair from across the web. It then brings this together into an easy to follow format that you can use for developing our own betting system or alternatively, you can take advantage of one of the 9 systems that come pre built into Football Pay Day. Football Pay Day will display information for the last 16 or 15 game with over 170 different parameters available which are as varied as home and away wins, over/under goals and the number of goals scored in a given 15 minute period. Much of this information actually comes from a number of different sources online however Football Pay Day does a great job of making everything easy to read. The information is updated around 9am UK with up to 400 games covered on busy weekends. As mentioned there are 9 systems built into Football Pay Day that will list the relevant selections when you choose that betting system from a drop down box. These systems aren’t anything new covering things like over/under goal bets and backing teams as well as the ever popular draw laying.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Football Pay Day is sold on a monthly subscription basis of £39.97 or you can buy a quarter of a year for £99.97 (which is a none recurring fee). These prices are however allegedly limited to the first fifty copies of Football Pay Day after which the cost will go up. As with all products that Steve Davidson releases there is no money back guarantee for Football Pay Day. In terms of income potential, this seems to be rather varied depending on which system you are using. For example using the system that backs the away team to win or draw has a return on investment of 66% whilst the lowest is over 1.5 goals which is a comparatively low 12%.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I am not convinced that Football Pay Day does represent value for money for reasons that I shall explore below.
Football Pay Day is not without merit. It is a well developed product that does what it claims to do. The question for me lies in the pricing which I feel to be rather steep. The fact is that Football Pay Day collates information that is available freely if you know where you are looking however finding it can be time consuming. This means that there are 2 reasons that you would conceivably pay for Football Pay Day. The first is to save time, the second is that you want to take football betting to the next level. The fact is though that the systems that are in use are not revolutionary and most of them have some variant knocking about online for free. This makes Football Pay Day something of a personal choice however I don’t believe that it is a service that I would pay so much for.