Tipping The Wink Service Review

| February 10, 2017 | Reply

Product Name:

Tipping the Wink


Richard Bootyman-Yates

Company Name & Contact Details

9 Ullswater Crescent Leeds LS26 8RS email: tippingthewink@gmail.com


Make money from our betting tips.


Month 1 Free then £12.50 per month

Money Back Guarantee:

Month 2 subscription refunded if service not profitable

What Do You Get   .

Sports betting tipping service mainly horses but others can be included

Where to buy:


Brief Summary

Tipping the Wink offers horse race betting selections via Facebook Group or WhatsApp message. Can tip other sports on occasion. Selections posted around 9am daily. Individual support offered as required. Intended bets are placed at bookmakers using BOG prices. Profit 265 points since June 2016 at ROI 20.46%

How Much Money Do I need to get started?

Suggested minimum £200 – 100 point bank

How much money can I make?

No specific claims made – results can be downloaded from site

How much time will I need to make this work?.

Minutes daily

Will I need any equipment to do this?

Internet Connection

Value for money?  

Excellent so far

Quality of customer service?  

Prompt response to enquiries via email or Facebook

Review  9/3/2017

The authors of this service asked us to review it which is always a good sign. The selection team advises over a decade of betting experience and aims to use system based selections to maximise profitability. The majority of selections are horse racing but it may be other sports are advised. The website is quite informative and suggests that you will get the best out of the service by following them on their Facebook page where in addition to the selections there are competitions and general banter.

It is suggested that you should have a minimum of £200 to start with and on the assumption that at this stage you do not have a BET365 account you should deposit this with them and gain the £200 bonus thus making a starting bank of £400 and then treat this as a 100 point bank. The selections are intended to be placed at bookmakers when received using best odds guaranteed prices.

There is good general advice on the site with reinforcement of the basics that any punter should adhere to. Many tipsters think they do not have responsibilities on this front but it can never do any harm to emphasise these matters.

Selections are posted on the Facebook page and also sent out by Whatsapp message – timings vary considerably from early evening the night before racing to late morning on the day. Staking is advised for each selection which thus far has concentrated on flat racing on the artificial surface tracks. Prices advised have pretty much been available at the time selections are posted.

Subscribers certainly get some action – although if the racing is considered poor there have been no bet days – and we have seen 102 bets during month 1 of the trial. In addition to the mainly win singles advised there have been each way and multiples. There have been returns from 18 bets and an overall profit of 54 points achieved at an ROI of 41.55%. A drawdown of 40 points was seen early on in the trial but a tasty win double saw a return to profit which has been maintained albeit down from the peak seen of 69 points. A look at the analysis of the bet types shows that perhaps the doubles are the ones to follow with a 500% return on stakes advised.

So a good start here with a straight forward service that has lived up to its claims. The subscription cost is minimal and with the guarantee covering month 2 it is possible to take a good look at the service with no risk whatsoever. We will update in April and hope to report on continued progress.

You can see the results to date here:

Tipping The Wink Results

Update 10/5/2017:

The advent of the flat season has seen an expansion in the range of meetings used by the service and unlike many this does not seem to have affected things unduly. That said subscribers did receive an apology for a bad run at the beginning of May but the type of bets offered are always likely to see a long losing run and the potential rewards have so far justified this approach.

Subscribers certainly get plenty of action and as long as you can cope with the variable timings of selections arriving the trend has remained positive. After 3 months of testing there have been 333 bets of which 65 have returned cash for the bank. This has resulted in a profit of 142.75 points at an ROI of 32.67%. Again the bank has fluctuated but it is difficult to criticise such an outcome. A look at the analysis shows that the main multiples generate the lions share of the profit and perhaps a thought for those worried about account restrictions where use of multiples can enhance the mug punter appearance.

If you cannot cope with relatively long losing runs then this is not for you but perhaps this would be a medium risk consideration for a portfolio where there is some additional fun if you are prepared to use Facebook. The initial guarantees available allow a risk free look and the subscription level is hardly going to be an issue.

The updated results may be viewed here:

Tipping The Wink Results May 2017


Category: Horse Racing Tipsters, Reviews, Tipster Services

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