WinEachWay is a horse racing betting system that covers flat and hunt races. The system is claimed to have been profitable for 12 years.
What is the product?
WinEachWay comes as a system with the (unnamed) creator also offering his selections as well. The system itself comes in PDF format which is standard and this offers insight into making selections and the fundamentals involved. For the first month users also gain access to selections through a special members area which is optional as a subscription sign up once this time has passed. Selections aren’t daily and seem to favour horses that have “value”. This value is based on a formula that the creator of WinEachWay developed in his time involved in betting on horse racing. This ultimately means backing horses that will lie with a tendency to longer odds. Bets can be placed for win or each way depending on the style of betting users engage in.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
WinEachWay I sold through ClickBank for £47 which means that there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place. This cost provides you with your first month of selections with any months after that costing £17. In terms of the rate of return this is rather varied which is acceptable given the length of time that WinEachWay has been operational. The results have varied from 35% through to 118% return on investment with 2014 allegedly currently standing at 141%
Does the product provide value for money?
I think that there is definite potential for WinEachWay to be classed as value for money if it can continue it alleged run of form.
I don’t believe that WinEachWay is necessarily an ideal solution for a bettor who is looking for a product that will immediately help boost their income. Instead I feel that it would be best suited as part of a larger portfolio that relies on consistency of results rather than the immediate profits. I like that WinEachWay is sold through ClickBank which gives you a chance to ensure you understand the system (working with the creators selections) and if it doesn’t work then ultimately there is little loss if you have played on paper.