Betting Edge is a complete tipster service from Oxfordshire Press covering a number of sports and horse racing. The focus is firmly on value betting.
What does the product offer?
Whilst Oxfordshire Press have a number of other tipster and betting services currently available on the market, Betting Edge is an attempt to cover a broader variety of sports. Selections for Betting Edge are rather sporadic because of the nature of the bets however as a massive number of sports are covered this is somewhat offset. To date the Betting Edge team have identified selections for tennis, snooker and football however Oxfordshire Press also say that they have an expert in place for other sports as well. To date the strike rate for Betting Edge stands at 0% with no successful bets having come in since it was founded earlier this year however it is still early day.
How does the product work?
At the core of everything to do with Betting Edge is value and identifying bets that have been perhaps overlooked. In terms of the selection process, there is allegedly a pretty big team behind the service with experts in their fields who in term come from a number of backgrounds. In fact, Oxfordshire Press say that they have on the payroll for Betting Edge people ranging from professional bettors to bookmaker employees and sports specialists.
What is the initial investment?
Betting Edge comes with a 14 day free trial after which there is a monthly or annual subscription fee applicable. These come in at £21.67 and £195 respectively. There is no mention of any money back guarantee and from my experience with Oxfordshire Press there is unlikely to be one in the future however this is also standard for tipster services.
What is the rate of return?
There aren’t any claims made about how much you can expect to make through Betting Edge and to date there aren’t any results to really get an idea. Realistically, this is going to be a service where you don’t win often but if you do, you will win big.
At this time it is rather difficult to know what to make of Betting Edge. The service has been operational for a little over a month and whilst it is yet to win, there are a number of mitigating factors involved. First and foremost is the fact that the selections that have been made so far are rather lengthy bets predicting winners of tournaments etc. which means that it may be a bit before the full picture emerges. This is compounded by the fact that most value betting services have a low strike rate in the main. That having been said, it is very difficult to ignore a tipster service that hasn’t made anything and with that in mind I don’t think there is much to recommend at this moment in time. That having been said I do feel that there is some potential in Betting Edge and as such I would keep an eye on this.