Offered under the Betting Gods umbrella of tipsters, Big Race Bookie Busters is a horse racing tipster service from their blogger Tim.
What is the product?
Unlike the majority of tipster services that you will see, Big Race Bookie Busters chooses not to focus on finding day to day targets but instead offers selections for more important races. This includes “one offs” like the Grand National as well as festivals and weekend events with his limited selection process producing around 18-22 selections per month for Big Race Bookie Busters subscribers. Tim’s bets will be both win and each way bets with staking that ranges from 1 point all the way to six. Unfortunately Betting Gods don’t divulge any information on the selection process for Big Race Bookie Busters however having read Tim’s blog it is clear that he is keen on horse racing (it was actually in this blog that the seeds of Big Race Bookie Busters were sown) and this knowledge presumably plays a big part. If you look at the information that he pulls up it also seems reasonable to suggest that there is an aspect of statistical and form analysis (although his is only speculation on my behalf). All of this comes together in a package that has achieved a strike rate of 28.72% which doesn’t sound great but it is worth keeping in mind that Tim is yet to see a losing month with Big Race Bookie Busters.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Subscriptions for Big Race Bookie Busters are available on a monthly basis at a cost of £19.95, a quarterly basis at a cost of £49.95 and lifetime subscription which is a one time cost of £129.95. Whichever option you go for you will find that you get a 30 day trial for just £4.95 as well as a 60 day money back guarantee which is provided through Clickbank. In terms of income, Big Race Bookie Busters has made a 220 point profit since November 2014 which using £10 stakes means an average profit of £440.16.
Does the product provide value for money?
Whilst Big Race Bookie Busters has shown a reasonable amount of profit for the time it has been operational, I do have some concerns that I shall explore below.
The goal of any tipster service is to ultimately make money and this is where Big Race Bookie Busters presents a potential hiccup. Over the time that it has been operational there have been a few months where the service has barely made a profit. There has still been a profit and that is the bottom line but it does make me wonder whether or not these months could just have easily translated to a loss. As it stands, I am cautiously optimistic about Big Race Bookie Busters. The costs aren’t too much and the months that have performed well have been extremely strong. With a 60 day money back guarantee and a 30 day trial for less than a fiver, it is definitely worth a look.