Goals Galore Review

Goals Galore is a football tipping service operated by Tipster Warehouse with the creator “Ric”.

What does the product offer?

Goals Galore is a football tipping service that is based on the over/under goals market. The focus lies on under 1.5 and 2.5 goals. The system appears to provide matches from across the world which helps to maximise the number of tips available. The system claims 20-25 tips each month with a strike rate of 76.1%. Tipster warehouse say that the system consistently generates profit with the exception of an acknowledged minor loss between July and August.

How does the product work?

As mentioned above Goals Galore uses over/under goals in as the basis of the system. This is a type of betting that with analysis of form there is definite potential to generate money from although not necessarily a fortune. Stakes are between 1 and 3 points and the system is designed to work mainly with Betfair and Bet365. The creator of the system “Ric” says that it is so successful because he shows no bias and that his results are based purely on an analytical point of view.

What is the initial investment?

The system is available for £19.95 per month or £39.95 per quarter. There is a 60 day money back guarantee on both of these subscriptions. There is also a £1 week-long trial to see if Goals Galore is for you.

What is the rate of return?

Since April 2013 Goals Galore has generated 79.52 points of profit or an average of 8.84 each month. Based on the recommended £10 per point this represents a profit of just under £90 per month. As an ROI this equates to 19.11%.


Goals Galore doesn’t seem to be a system to set the world alight but what it does provide is a steady profit. Since the start of the English Premier League season Goals Galore has consistently generated profit each month and it seems that this is a trend that is going to continue. On the whole Goals Galore seems to be a good choice for those who wish to add a consistently profitable, low risk low profit betting system to their portfolio.



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