Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package Review

Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package is the newest product from Mark Hughes and the Footy Better team. As the name suggests, it is supposed to provide a comprehensive package of football selections for subscribers.

Introduction to Footy Better’s Complete Tips

I am no stranger to the Mark Hughes and their services. In fact, I have looked at them a number of times before now, however this latest release from them really does warrant a comprehensive look.

Now, I will hold my hands up and admit that there may be a little bit of overlap here with some of their other products, but the truth of the matter is that really, Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package does represent a whole new offering.

footy-betters-complete-tips-review One which is actually quite exciting, especially at the costs that are involved. So, with all of this in mind, let’s take a look at what exactly Mark Hughes is offering with Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package and see if his services warrant the attention.

What Does Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package Offer?

In order to really garner an understanding of what you are getting yourself into with Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package, I think that you have to look at the bigger picture.

Effectively, this is an offering of 3 different tipster services, each of which is technically available individually (although why you’d opt for one of them when this package offers what it does is beyond me). As such, I will be looking at each service offered through Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package on an individual basis with a view to bringing them all together as a bigger picture.

First of all I want to talk about Footy Better Extra Tips. This is very much the meat and veg of the wider package in my opinion. It takes a selective view to football betting and aims to maintain a high strike rate and consistent profits.

With Mark Hughes claiming that the strike rate hasn’t dropped below 80% since 2016 (and with an average of 83%), it seemingly delivers on this front. It is worth keeping in mind that you will not be betting in large volumes with all years averaging out at less than 1 bet per day.

This aspect of Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package doesn’t do anything that you would consider to be new, but it is clear the focus is on doing it well. There is also no proofing provided to back up these results per se, instead, Mark Hughes monitors his progress across a number of blog posts.

The next aspect of Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package to talk about are Mark Hughes’s Accumulator Tips. As the name implies, these are all accumulators which are sent out for the weekends football.

There are three tips provided for the Saturday and three tips provided for the Sunday, one each of a low, medium, and high risk bet. Once again, it is important to note that there isn’t actually any full proofing with results provided through the aforementioned blog posts.

The final tipster service that is offered under the Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package banner is Footy Better’s Teams to Back at Over 2.5 Goals.

This is a service that does exactly what it says on the tin. Selections are issued on a Friday morning with details of teams arriving directly via email. As well as the core tipster services, Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package comes with a number of additional bonuses. These include two PDF systems as well as access to any future offerings from Mark Hughes and the Footy Better team.

How Does Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package Work?

There is quite a lot included with Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package as a product and as such, I don’t believe that there is necessarily any one particular method that you can single out. What I will say is that the vast majority of what Mark Hughes does have to say in terms of this is that it is research based.

As such, I am inclined to believe that this is likely to be a pretty standard approach to almost all elements of the service. It should be noted that this does involve some speculation on my behalf.

Honestly, this is pretty frustrating in my opinion as there is something of a lack of insight into what you can really expect.

Especially when this is provided with any substantial lack of proofing. As mentioned, you can look at the Footy Better blog if you want to receive some updates on bets, however these are not necessarily consistent. This does count somewhat towards Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package, however I will discuss all of this in detail a little later on.

What is the Initial Investment?

There are two options available if you want to subscribe to Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package. The first thing that Mark Hughes offers is a monthly subscription which is priced at £27 per month (plus VAT). Alternatively, you can sign up for the year at a cost of £197 (plus VAT).

It is worth noting that if you sign up for Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package on the annual basis this isn’t a renewing subscription, however Mark Hughes does say that the price will be honoured for the future. It is worth noting that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place for the service, a fact which is well documented on the sales page for Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package.

What is the Rate of Return?

There isn’t a massive amount of information provided in terms of the income potential for Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package (an unfortunate trend with a number of elements) which is frankly problematic.

Any tipster service is ultimately bought and sold off the back of profit and loss. Realistically, it is fair to say that if you are subscribing to Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package, £10 stakes would mean that you would have to make just 3 points of profit in a month in order to be in the black. Honestly, I don’t doubt that there is potential for profit here, but I wouldn’t like to make predictions at the scope of this.  

Conclusion on the Footy Better’s Complete Tips Service

I am quite taken in by Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package if I am entirely honest with myself. The problem is that this isn’t necessarily for any discernible reason other than you appear to get a lot for what you pay for, but I will return to this point a little later in this review.

With so much to unpack, let’s start by talking about what I consider to be the core of the service, which is Footy Bettor Extra. This is your bread and butter and should keep your betting bank topped up with consistent wins. If you buy into Mark Hughes’s claimed strike rate, consistency will be the name of the game.

I like the notion that this original winning service is then topped up with the accumulator bets and the over 2.5 goals betting tips. Identifying where there is value in football is a difficult thing, however these are two markets where I believe that this can genuinely be done.

Interestingly (and a big part of why I have come to appreciate what Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package does),  I don’t believe that either service would necessarily be worthwhile on their own. Throw in the bonus stuff which I will admit doesn’t add much value, and I think that the start of what is on offer stands out to me.

If you look at the Footy Better website, each of those services is advertised individually for some £17 each. This is definitely a bit steep, but the £9 equivalent that you are paying out is pretty reasonable.

In my eyes, I’m seeing Mark Hughes as offering a pretty reasonably comprehensive football betting tipster package and even better, one that isn’t that pricey. Is it perfect? Probably not, but the fact that there is a full money back guarantee in place with Clickbank does man that there isn’t too much risk involved.

The bottom line here is this. I don’t have too much in the way of evidence that Mark Hughes’s tips can perform as the sales material claims. I do however know that the Footy Better’s brand has been around and active for some time.

This kind of longevity doesn’t happen for no reason and so with the low costs and the fact that there is potential for profit, I am going to say that Footy Better’s Complete Tips Package is probably worth some consideration.

 

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