AccaTipster (Final Update)

| June 26, 2019 | Reply

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Product Name:

AccaTipster

Company Name & Contact Details:

accatipster.com
support@accatipster.com

Price:

£14.95 plus VAT = £17.94 Monthly
£49.00 plus VAT = £58.80 Annually (Mid-season offer price)

Normal annual fee is £214.80 including VAT.

Money Back Guarantee:

Yes, a 60-day “no questions asked” guarantee is provided.

What Do You Get?

A selection of double, treble and fourfold bets each weekend delivered by email every Friday.

Where to Buy:

AccaTipster

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A 100-point starting bank is recommended.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The AccaTipster website quotes £1,129.30 to £10 stakes between August 2018 and March 2019. This is an average of around 14-points per month.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

All of the week’s tips arrive in one email on a Friday and comprises a number of doubles, trebles and fourfolds. The bookmakers to be used for each bet are given, taking into account the best value odds and available acca insurance offers. Around 20 minutes should be ample to get all the bets on each week.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

A laptop, PC, tablet or smartphone with internet connectivity and access to a range of bookmakers.

Value for Money?

Comparable services are on the market at around £40-£60 per month. At £14.95 plus VAT this is definitely at the value end of the price range, but we will wait for the end of the review to see if that still equates to value for money. Realistically priced in view of the results we have seen, an average profit of just under 3.5 points per month. This is well below the historic average of 14-points claimed on the website, and your level of stake per point will ultimately determine how valuable the information is. In my opinion, at £10 per point it’s borderline, but at £50 per point it’s definitely got some value. If the higher average claimed is achievable over a longer-term then £10 per point might still make this a VFM service.

Quality of Customer Service?

The communication I had when setting up the review was professional and timely. The email account is monitored between 09:00 and 17:00 Monday to Friday, so evening and weekend contact may incur a wait for a reply.

Review

AccaTipster is run by Steve Hudson, who also runs the Football Winner service which we will also be reviewing next month.

Each weekend AccaTipster provides a mix of fourfolds, trebles and doubles on football from around Europe. A typical weekend will consist of one fourfold, one treble and three doubles, although this isn’t set in stone. Outside of the main European football season the service switches to other world leagues and/or the summer tournament if it is a World Cup, European Championships etc. year.

Stakes are five-points on doubles and 2.5 points on trebles and above. In addition, Steve will advise bookmakers with acca insurance offers in order to mitigate any potential losses. Although these are not included in any profit calculations so as not to penalise anyone who can’t bet with the advised bookmaker.

The concept of AccaTipster is to build multiple bets from selections which offer value i.e. the perceived chance of them winning is better than the bookies price. As Steve states, “Accumulators can either be your BEST Friend or your WORST Enemy! Bad accumulators, like the ones you’ve seen on the popular betting websites, are terrible because as soon as you multiple more than one bad value bet, you get a stinker of an accumulator. The good news is with a series of GOOD bets in an accumulator you multiply the value, or edge you have.”

The weekly selections arrive on a Friday, generally between 10:00 and midday, and cover the games across that weekend – Friday to Monday. The email is well laid out and easy to follow, with the recommended bookmaker for each bet highlighted to reflect best prices and acca insurance offers.

Results – Month 1 (26th March to 25th April 2019)

The first month of the review can best be described as a bit of a roller coaster in terms of results. The first weekend delivered just over five-points profit, before the following weekend struggled to find just a single winning treble and lost over 14-points. The next two weekends both delivered profits, gaining 5.66 and 3.93 points respectively, to leave the period as a whole at a tiny profit of 0.37 points.

The breakdown in terms of type of bet was as follows:
• Fourfolds 1 out of 4 -2.44 points
• Trebles 2 out of 4 +0.77 points
• Doubles 7 out of 12 +2.04 points

No real damage done and we will be hoping for a return to the sort of form AccaTipster was in in March prior to the start of the review when he landed 15 out of 18 accas including two weekends where every leg of every acca was a winner*.

When you take into account the cost of membership there is a small net loss on the month, if using less than £50 per point stakes. This equates to £14.24 if using £10 per point stakes, although at £50 per point and above there is still a small excess (don’t spend the 56p all at once if you use £50 per point stakes though!!).

Results – Month 2 (26th April to 26th May 2019)

Four out of the five weekends in this period were profitable, and overall the month delivered a profit of 17.78 points. Added to the small profit last month we now have a cumulative gain of 18.15 points.

The weekend of 3rd to 5th May was the best weekend of the month, with 2 out of 3 doubles winning along with both the treble and the fourfold. This accounted for almost 50% of the month’s total profit.

The breakdown in terms of type of bet for this month was as follows:
• Fourfolds 3 out of 5 +10.58 points (now 4/9 +8.14)
• Trebles 1 out of 3 -2.66 points (now 3/7 -1.89)
• Doubles 11 out of 13 +9.86 points (now 18/25 +11.90)

The biggest swing from last month was in the performance of the fourfolds which made a significant difference to the overall result. The trebles are still the underperforming area.

The ROI (return on investment) this month was a very healthy 20.92% and the cumulative figure is now at 11%. If you take into account the monthly membership fees then the cumulative ROI nets down to 8.64% at £10 per point stakes or 10.52% at £50 per point.

Results – Month 3 (27th May to 25th June 2019)

A losing month to follow breakeven and profitable ones, the three-month review nightmare! The loss of 8.14 points for this period still leaves us with a total profit of just over 10-points for the review, an average of 3.33 points per month.

Two of the four weekends this month showed small profits (0.89 and 1.18 points), whilst the other two showed larger losses (3.65 and 6.56 points).

The time of year means that opportunities are not as widespread, with the major European leagues between seasons, and so the normal weekly bets of one fourfold, one treble and three doubles has been somewhat curtailed. There was just the one fourfold this month which was ultimately a loser as three out of four legs won, no trebles and eleven doubles.

The breakdown in terms of type of bet for this month, and for the review as a whole, was as follows:
• Fourfolds: 0 out of 1 -2.5 points (now 4/10 +5.64)
• Trebles: none this month (now 3/7 -1.89)
• Doubles: 6 out of 11 -5.64 points (now 24/36 +6.26)

Over the full three months of the review we have seen a success rate of 58.5% across the multiples. This has generated a return on investment for the review of 4.5%. When you take into account the cost of the membership, the net ROI becomes 2.03% at £10 per point stakes or 4.0% at £50 per point. In monetary terms, £10 per point would have yielded a net profit of just £46.28 for three months, whilst £50 per point would have returned £446.68, hence my comments on value for money above.

Summary at End of Month 1

Three out of four winning weeks and a breakeven month overall is a solid if unspectacular start to the review. No damage done, minimal bank drawdown to cover the monthly subscription and we live to fight another day.

Summary at End of Month 2

A strong month to build on last month’s steady start, and one which shows the potential of this service.

Summary at End of Month 3

We ended with a full-house of a breakeven , a losing and a winning month during the review, which leaves me sitting on the fence somewhat. However, the overall profit of 10-points, whilst well down on the historic average, has been achieved in a period that includes the start of the off-season in the major European leagues.

 

A full breakdown of results during the review can be found here.

* – reference to facts and figures outside the review period are provided by our partner site tipstars.tips.

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