Tipster Warehouse (Final Update)

| August 1, 2019 | Reply

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Product Name:

Tipster Warehouse

Company Name & Contact Details:

www.tipsterwarehouse.co.uk

Contact via the “Contact Us” page on the website.

Price:

£9 plus VAT = £10.80 per month or £79 plus VAT = £94.80 per year.

A 7-day trial is available for £1.20 (inclusive of VAT).

All of these prices include access to all six of the current Tipster Warehouse tipsters and will include any future additional tipsters at no extra cost.

Money Back Guarantee:

Yes, a full30-day money back guarantee is offered.

What Do You Get?

Access to all six current Tipster Warehouse tipsters, covering horse racing, greyhound racing, football, golf and US sports.

Where to Buy:

Tipster Warehouse

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

The recommendation is to have separate banks for each tipster. The size of bank differs by tipster and you can see the recommended bank for each by clicking on the respective results links at the bottom of the page.

How Much Money Can I Make?

This is a relatively new concept, only launching in January this year. The website claims a total profit of just over £3,000 to £10 stakes between launch and the end of May. This equates to an average of around 60-points per month.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

The individual emails appear at differing times of the day, but each one takes a matter of minutes to get the bets placed for.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

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

Value for Money?

As always, I will defer a comment on this until the end of the review, but at just £9 plus VAT per month for six different tipsters there is plenty of potential there. Very refreshingly priced and a great concept, but unfortunately fell short on the profit from during the review. So despite the very competitive pricing it’s still a no on the VFM question for the review period.

Quality of Customer Service?

Tipster Warehouse is a spin off from Betting Gods, whose own customer service is extremely good, and I would expect Tipster Warehouse to follow in a similar vein.

Review

Tipster Warehouse is a new concept from the desk of Darren Moore, director and founder of Betting Gods. It takes some of Betting Gods’ top tipster services and offers a lite version of each in a readymade portfolio. There are currently six services covering horse racing (x2), football, golf, greyhound racing and US sports.

The six services making up Tipster Warehouse are:
• BK Footy Accas
• Bookies Enemy Express
• Golf Profits
• MS Greyhounds
• Quentin Franks Express
• The USA Tipster

Members gain access to the tips of all six services for a one-off monthly fee of just £9 (plus VAT), or an annual fee of £79 (plus VAT). These fees will include any additional services that are added to the portfolio in the future.

Individual emails are sent by each service and so the times vary. For example, Bookies Enemy Express is the evening before racing, BK Footy Accas between 08:00 and 10:00 each morning and The USA Tipster is mid- to late-afternoon. The emails themselves are clear, concise and easy to follow, containing all of the relevant information to be able to get the bets placed quickly.

As well as the email notification, tips are available in the members’ area of the website.

Here’s a brief résumé of each service:

BK Footy Accas – one football accumulator per day from the man behind Football Acca Tipster. When the fixture list is sparse this may be a single rather than an acca. The matches tipped cover most of the European leagues, Champions League, Europa League and internationals.

Bookies Enemy Express – the name will be familiar to many and the service provides one or two daily tips from the full Bookies Enemy service. The Bookies Enemy is all about finding value and you certainly won’t see him backing the odds-on favourite, he spends hours each and every day analysing the racing to find that value in the markets.

Golf Profits – three tips per week from the European and/or US tours on the outright winner markets. As with any golf tipster, the strike rate will be relatively low, but the rewards can be exceptionally high.

MS Greyhounds – one solitary tip most days on the dog considered to be the best bet of the day. The name behind MS Greyhounds is noted to be both a greyhound owner and a professional full-time bettor.

Quentin Franks Express – in my opinion the biggest coup for Tipster Warehouse. Quentin Franks Racing is one of the top tipster services around (in my opinion) and Tipster Warehouse members will get his best bet or two each day as part of their package.

The USA Tipster – as the name implies, this service is all about American sports, MLB, NHL, NBA etc. There’s plenty of action over the pond and The USA Tipster distils that into his one best bet of the day, be that a single, double, treble or accumulator.

Results – Month 1 (1st May to 31st May 2019)

Rather than trying to analyse six sets of results, I’m going to give a summary here, and also provide links to our partner site Tipstars’ detailed results for each of these tipsters, simply click on the tipster name to go straight to the relevant page.

Profit/loss for May was as follows:
BK Footy Accas -33.57
Bookies Enemy Express -30.00
Golf Profits -21.08
MS Greyhounds +12.49
Quentin Franks Express +1.82
The USA Tipster +14.10

Total loss for May = 56.24 points.

Results – Month 2 (1st June to 30th June 2019)

Rather than trying to analyse six sets of results, I’m going to give a summary here, and also provide links to our partner site Tipstars’ detailed results for each of these tipsters, simply click on the tipster name to go straight to the relevant page.

Profit/loss for June was as follows (with the cumulative for the two months in brackets):
BK Footy Accas -12.67 (-46.24)
Bookies Enemy Express +15.69 (-14.31)
Golf Profits +23.00 (+1.92)
MS Greyhounds -2.27 (+10.22)
Quentin Franks Express -28.83 (-27.01)
The USA Tipster +1.49 (+15.59)

Total loss for June = 3.59 points, whilst the cumulative loss for the two months now stands at 59.83 points.

The USA Tipster is performing best of all in terms of points profit at +15.59, whilst BK Footy Accas (-46.24 points) is the biggest struggler at the moment, although in June they were significantly up halfway through the month and there is clear potential for them to turn it around in the final month of the review.

Results – Month 3 (1st July to 31st July 2019)

Rather than trying to analyse six sets of results, I’m going to give a summary here, and also provide links to our partner site Tipstars’ detailed results for each of these tipsters, simply click on the tipster name to go straight to the relevant page.

Profit/loss for July was as follows (with the cumulative for the three months in brackets):
BK Footy Accas +9.60 (-36.64)
Bookies Enemy Express -19.42 (-33.73)
Golf Profits -2.80 (-0.88)
MS Greyhounds -1.00 (+9.22)
Quentin Franks Express -3.00 (-30.01)
The USA Tipster +0.63 (+16.22)

Total loss for July = 15.99 points, whilst the cumulative loss for the three months of the reviews ends at 75.82 points.

As I suspected it might, BK Footy Accas turned in a profitable month, but only enough to lessen the overall loss. The USA Tipster was the only other services to register a profit in July and that was a tiny 0.63 points. Three of the services had losses of three-points or less, and it was only the Bookies Enemy Express that had a significant loss in the period.

Overall, there were profits for MS Greyhounds and The USA Tipster, whilst Golf Profits just about broke even and the other three all had losses of 30+ points.

Summary at End of Month 1

Some ups and downs in the month with three services producing profits and three losses. Unfortunately, the losses exceeded the gains this time around.

Summary at End of Month 2

The same as last month in terms of three profits and three losses, but the profits were slightly higher and the losses lower, so the overall result was a small loss of just 3.59 points.

Summary at End of Month 3

I really like the concept behind Tipster Warehouse and the pricing is refreshing. However, at the end of the day we will still be looking for long-term profitability and the three-months of the review have fallen short in that regard.

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