Created by Andy Thompson, Bookie Blitzer is a new independent horse racing tipster service that claims to be able to offer long term profits to subscribers.
What is the product?
Bookie Blitzer is a horse racing tipster service operated by Andy Thompson, a tipster who has enjoyed considerable success with Football Acca Tips as well as an each way horse racing betting system. Bookie Blitzer seems to be his newest entry into the market and whilst information is disappointingly scarce there are some things that you can take away. Bookie Blitzer is a tipster service covering both flat and jump based horse racing with selections offered around two or three times per week.
The selection process itself is unfortunately not something that is looked at however Andy Thompson does say that “the selection process takes into consideration all the usual factors” with him going on to provide examples of breeding and whether or not a horse likes a given course. All of this suggests a heavily statistical and form based operation however this is only speculative on my behalf. Andy Thompson also makes reference to an extra process which will help Bookie Blitzer to work in the long term however this isn’t something that is really explored. As I have mentioned, Bookie Blitzer is a new service and so results are literally for the last week (at the time of writing) however the results show some promise with 5 selections out of 8 being winners. Whilst one wouldn’t expect this kind of strike rate to be kept up for all year, even half this would be in the ball park.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
At just £10 per month it is easy to see what one of the big draws of Bookie Blitzer is. Unfortunately, Andy Thompson doesn’t provide a money back guarantee when you purchase Bookie Blitzer however there is a 7 day free trial available which should give you some idea if Bookie Blitzer is for you or not. In terms of the income, as mentioned, Andy Thompson refers to Bookie Blitzer making a long term profit but it is a touch early to say whether or not this is really going to be the case.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given the low cost that is involved and the pedigree that Bookie Blitzer has, I feel that there is definitely potential for this to be a value for money product.
The biggest problem with analysing Bookie Blitzer at the moment is that it is so new. There simply isn’t enough to go off at this point in time however there are some things that can be considered. First of all, price wise Bookie Blitzer is a lot cheaper than its more mainstream alternatives which will go a long way to generating appeal as a £10 service intrinsically has to make less than £50 service to be profitable.
There is also the name behind the service. Andy Thompson has proven himself on a few occasions before now and is one of the more well respected names in the betting community. Personally, at £10 I feel that there is little to lose however if you are uncertain now, Bookie Blitzer should definitely be on your watch list.