Created by Martin and offered as a part of the Betfan stable of tipsters, My Lucky 15 is a sports betting tipster service that covers a number of sports with a focus on football.
What is the product?
Martin has built My Lucky 15 around the type of bet that it is named after. This means backing a number of different bets per bet with a view to making high profit wins. I’ll start by explaining what exactly a Lucky 15 bet is as this is not just key, but central to the service. A lucky 15 bet involves placing 4 single bets, 6 doubles, 4 trebles and a fourfold bet. This means that in theory, even if some aspects of you bet lose, you can still potentially win however this is rarely the case. Where it really works for My Lucky 15 is that when there are wins, they tend to be very much on the big side. As a service, Martin says that he will try to offer users selections daily however this isn’t always possible.
When selections are sent out they are usually for football with a focus on various obscure (and not so obscure) European leagues however as touched upon My Lucky 15 does draw upon a number of sports. In terms of the figures, there aren’t many available which is disappointing and does make calculating a strike rate rather difficult what with My Lucky 15 having been operational for over 4 years, however I shall summarise by saying that 50% of the months that it has been operational have been “losing months”.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
My Lucky 15 is available on a monthly and a quarterly subscription with Betfan and Martin selling these for £19.99 and £39.99 respectively. There isn’t really a money back guarantee however Betfan do state that they review all refund requests, they just don’t typically provide them. In terms of income, My Lucky 15 is 444.16 points up at the moment which is still down on the peak of 722 points. To date for 2015 My Lucky 15 has made a profit of 47.23 points.
Does the product provide value for money?
If you are in the market for a betting system that is exciting to follow then My Lucky 15 probably does represent value for money however it is worth keeping in mind that it is a costly service.
In order to see what My Lucky 15 is really about you have to avoid looking at the whole and look at individual results., The biggest win that Martin has recorded is a Lucky 15 which made nearly 230 points. Recent examples for this year are just shy of 66 and 89 points in March. That having been said, April is currently down 51 points so the losses are just as dramatic and that is really what My Lucky 15 is for. Those who want a dramatic and exciting betting system where things turn on a sixpence, however this does take deep pockets. If you were to consider £10 bets, you would currently be down over £500 and it’s only halfway through April. This mixed bag is something that I personally find off putting however I can see how this would appeal to those with a less prudent approach.