Beat the Bookie Review

Beat the Bookie is a football betting system that claims to offer you a way to increase your odds of winning on football betting by reducing the number of outcomes.

What does the product offer?

Beat the Bookie is essentially a tipping service for football. The creators of Beat the Bookie say that they will teach users how to gain the bookmakers mind-set and use this to maximise your own personal profits. Beat the Bookies say that they will typically look to send out anywhere between 10 and 20 tips per week and that the tips will come all year round.

How does the product work?

Although it is not explicitly stated Beat the Bookie seems to be a lay betting system as there are various references to enticing punters to place bets with you as well as risking paying out more than you can earn (both of which I view as synonymous with lay betting) . In terms of the selection process this seems to be based on the experience and analysis of the Beat the Bookie team.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing Beat the Bookie is available for just £17 although this is a limited time offer. The usual price for Beat the Bookie is actually £47. Both of these buy you a life time subscription to the service so it is worth trying to get in at the cheaper price. As Beat the Bookie is sold through ClickBank there is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

There isn’t anything mentioned in terms of how much money you can expect to make using Beat the Bookie which I find gravely concerning given the product is one that is designed for making money.


The principals set out by Beat the Bookie are nothing new and without any proof that their tips work it essentially renders the product valueless in my opinion. The only truly positive thing I can say about Beat the Bookie is that it is cheap enough and with a 60 day money back guarantee there is very little to lose.



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