Ignore free tips and use this instead

By on July 10, 2019

Around once a week or so I get an email from a reader asking me for free tips.

I don’t personally give out tips and I don’t really promote free tips either.

In this life you really do get what you pay for and free only gets you so far.

I suppose free tips are OK if they are part of a free trial before having to pay for a service. The tipster is trying to prove his worth before making you pay.

Fair enough.

But the ones I don’t trust are the ones that only give out free tips.

Where are they making money? The answer… by being affiliates to the bookmakers. And they only get paid if you lose. So they’re hardly going to give you the very best tips are they?

I understand some tipster fees are beyond some punters, and you certainly should never sign up to a service you can’t afford.

But not all tipsters have prohibitive fees.

Take Tipster Warehouse for example.

You can try out their SIX-IN-ONE package for just £1.

And if you do decide to stay on it will cost you just £9 a month to continue receive the tips.

That’s a whopping 30p a day. (Which I imagine is not beyond anyone reading this.)

And just because they’re cheap doesn’t they’re sh*t tips.

The services average £421.88 a month to £10 stakes. So not a bad second income for a few pence a day.

All the results of the tipsters can be found on their website.

And you can see those and get your £1 trial here.

Kris Jackman | Founder Tipster Supermarket