Footie Flutters (Final Update)

| November 6, 2018 | Reply


Product Name:

Footie Flutters

Company Name & Contact Details:

Betfan Limited,
Suite 1, Scotts Place
24 Scotts Road

E-mail contact is via the ticketing system on their “Contact Us” page at


£40 per month plus VAT (£48.00 in total) or £75 plus VAT (£90.00 inclusive) per quarter.

NB – the monthly membership renews every 28 days and not on a calendar month basis. The Quarterly membership renews every 90 days.

There is a 28-day trial period available for £20 plus VAT (£24.00) via the proofing page, although this doesn’t appear on the sales page!

Money Back Guarantee:

No. Betfan’s terms and conditions state that subscriptions are generally non-refundable but that every request for a refund will be reviewed and if they feel a refund is warranted it will be granted.

What Do You Get?

Football tips from around the world with a heavy bias towards the English leagues. Singles, doubles, trebles and accumulators all feature in this tipster’s preferred style of betting.

Where to Buy:

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A 200-point starting bank is recommended.

How Much Money Can I Make?

No specific claims made, but a profit of 117.5 points during the proofing period with Betfan between 19 November 2017 and 4 March 2018 is declared.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

The e-mails are clear and concise, and you will need just minutes each day when the tips are received. The bookmaker offering the advised price is given so you don’t need to be searching to match the recommendation.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

A laptop, PC, tablet or smart phone with internet access and access to online bookmaker accounts.

Value for Money?

This is one for the end of the trial, but the first month shows promise. Whilst £48 per month is at the upper end of the current market, you can’t argue with three consecutive profitable months. Betting at £10 per point would have generated a net profit, after the cost of the membership, in excess of £450 for the three months. I am very happy, therefore, to award a VFM tick based on the review period.

Quality of Customer Service?

Not tested, but has the back up of the Betfan support structure so should be well run.


Footie Flutters is hosted on the Betfan platform after successfully winning its place as a live, paid for system after a period of three and a half months proofing. During that period Footie Flutters claims to have delivered a profit of 117.5 points.

There is a full breakdown of results since launch on the Footie Flutters proofing page of the Betfan website. This can be downloaded in its entirety or viewed on a month-by-month basis.

The proofing page shows that the profit since November 2017 has now grown to 349.54 points. This equates to an average profit of around 36-points per month, with a best month of 94.32 points in May 2018.

Like many of the Betfan services, all tips are given to multi-point stakes, in this case five-points.

The selections are delivered by e-mail the day before the matches, usually late afternoon/early evening. The e-mail is in the standard Betfan format and so is easy to follow and the information is clear and concise. As a back up to the e-mail the selections are available on the members area of the web site and are also available via the Betfan App. The App has an alert feature which means it’s unlikely you will miss a selection or miss the best available prices if you use this option.

There is no analysis provided to support the selections.

Selections range from singles to accumulators and we saw a nice mix of bets in the first month as follows:
• 11 Singles
• 15 Doubles
• 10 Trebles
• 1 Accumulator

Results – Month 1 (6th August to 5th September 2018)

The first month of our review was a profitable one, with 15.5 points secured (although it must be remembered that this service stakes at five-points per bet). The breakdown of the winning bets was five singles, six doubles and a treble. The winning treble paid out at almost 11/2 (6.45) and two of the winning doubles paid out at 6.15 (c.5/1) and 4.93 (c.4/1).

The month’s profit was built around a run of four consecutive win bets (three doubles and a treble) over three days which yielded 68.85 points of profit. Unfortunately, the nature of betting on multiples is that you will experience losing runs as well, and bang on cue a run of seven consecutive losses followed immediately after the four wins. The month ended on a high though, as three singles won on the last three days.

The breakdown of profit by bet type was:

Singles -5.20 points
Doubles +43.45 points
Trebles -17.75 points
Accas -5.00 points

The overall strike rate in the month was 32.43%, which considering 70% of the bets were multiples is none too shabby at all.

Return on Investment (ROI) was 8.38% and Return on Capital (ROC) 7.75% in the month.

Results – Month 2 (6th September to 5th October 2018)

The second month of the review produced another profit, up from the first month to 19.02 points (bearing in mind that we are using five-point per bet stakes with this service). Overall, we now have a profit of almost 35-points from the two months.

There were 18 single bets in the month which ended up with a loss of 11.95 points. However, the 17 multiple bets delivered a combined profit of 30.97 points. The full breakdown was as follows:

Singles -11.95 points
Doubles +11.95 points
Trebles +14.66 points
Accas +4.36 points

After four winning tips in the first six this month, the next seven selections all lost to equal the longest losing sequence of the trial. However, this type of run is to be expected when 50% of the bets are multiples, and the overall strike rate for the month of 42.86% is in fact very acceptable in these circumstances. In fact, this strike rate surpassed the first month’s figure and leaves the overall rate at 37.5%.

The average odds of all selections this month was down on the previous month at 3.23 (just under 9/4). The average odds of the winning tips was also down from last month at 2.59 (just over 6/4), but the higher strike rate led to the increased profit. Across both months, the average odds of the winning selections have been 2.92 (just a smidge under 2/1).

The Return on Investment (ROI) of 10.87% this month leaves the cumulative return at 9.59% after two months, whilst the ROC (Return on Capital) for the two months now stands at a very healthy 17.26%.

Results – Month 3 (6th October to 5th November 2018)

A hat-trick of profitable months from Footie Flutters, and this was the best of them. After a slow start with the first six bets all losing, it was onwards and upwards from that point with the next three all winning. We ended the month with another three straight winners to close on a profit of 25.8 points. Added to the profit brought forward we ended the review period with a total gain of 60.31 points (remember this is based on five-point stakes).

The three monthly profits rose steadily from 15.5 to 19.02 to 25.8 points and produced an overall ROI (Return on Investment) of 11.6%. The Return on Capital (ROC) for the review period was a very healthy 30.16%.

As in previous months it was the doubles which led the way, although singles this month were also in profit for the first time during the review. The breakdown for Month 3 was:

Singles +6.75 points
Doubles +30.45 points
Trebles +3.60 points
Accas -15.00 points

Over the three months we have seen the following returns from each type of bet:

Singles -10.40 points
Doubles +85.85 points
Trebles +0.51 points
Accas -15.65 points

This clearly illustrates the strength of the double selections and their importance to the overall performance of the service.

Summary at end of Month 1

A solid start, with some nice winning runs. The nature of featuring multiples in a betting system is the potential for longer losing runs, but the flip side is the bigger potential winning days.

Summary at End of Month 2

Another solid month which produced very acceptable ROI and ROC figures. In fact, all of the metrics are at the top end of what is common amongst football tipsters.

Summary at End of Month 3

A very impressive performance which generated good profit, ROI and ROC figures. Football tipping can be a difficult discipline given the low odds and regularity of rogue results. However, Footie Flutters may have found a formula that works, and on that basis I am delighted to award a five-star rating based on our review period.

You can see the full results for the review here.





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