1 Point Wins Review

1 Point Wins is a horse racing tipster service from Andy that draws on his allegedly considerable experience in horse racing betting.

What does the product offer?

1 Point Wins is a service offered by a tipster named Andy that offers users selections for horse races. Whilst not a daily service per se, 1 Point Wins will usually have a selection according to the creator. This will be sent out on the day, usually before 10am and no later than midday. 1 Point Wins has an average of around 2-3 bets per day with a claimed average BSP (Betfair start price) of 5.4. 1 Point Wins has also achieved an average strike rate of 32.6% using level 1 point stakes.

How does the product work?

Andy claims to have 17 years of experience in horse racing betting and 1 Point Wins seems to draw heavily on this. The fact is that there isn’t too much detail about the selection process but more and more often with tipster services, something is better than nothing.

What is the initial investment?

There are three different subscription lengths for 1 Point Wins. These are £20 for 1 month, £45 for 3 months and £60 for 6 months. There is a guarantee in place with Andy saying that if you experience a losing month under 1 Point Wins, then you can get an extra 1,3 or 6 months subscription.

What is the rate of return?

At the time of writing 1 Point Wins has allegedly earned Andy a profit of £6,164.74 to £25 stakes. This means a points profit of 246.59 points.

Conclusion

1 Point Wins doesn’t seem to be all that different to a number of tipster services on the market with one exception and that is the price. 1 Point Wins seems to be excellent value compared to most services that charge between £30 and £50 per month. This is backed up by a solid guarantee. Yes, the results aren’t mind blowing but I am of the opinion that a tipster service should be viewed as a way of boosting income rather than becoming a secondary income. If you have a larger portfolio however, 1 Point Wins may offer a reasonably priced addition to this.

 

 

Related Posts

Leave a comment

From: Simon Roberts