Hit the Jackpot is a new sports betting tipster service provided by Stark Investors that focuses on football betting and specific types of bets.
What does the product offer?
Hit the Jackpot is one of the newest products from tipster stable Stark Investors. The service puts a focus on high value betting (the lowest odds demonstrated to date are 2.0 and anything less than 3.0 is a rarity) using certain strategies in order to produce a substantial profit through football. Hit the Jackpot is predominantly focussed on European football however there are some fixtures that are from across the world and bets are sent out around 4 to 5 times per week on average. Stark Investors do have proofing for Hit the Jackpot and this shows that you can have anywhere between 1 and 5 bets available on each day that there is betting with each bet being to level stakes. Based off the results that are given Hit the Jackpot has achieved a strike rate of around 30% which given the kind of betting that is going on isn’t bad.
How does the product work?
At the core of Hit the Jackpot isn’t necessarily the selections as such, but the types of bets that you are placing. By combining a back to win bet with a both team to score bet, Stark Investors say that you can generate substantial profits through sports betting. Furthermore, Stark Investors also recommend using trebles and various other accumulators using small stakes in order to massively boost the profits from betting.
What is the initial investment?
Stark Investors are currently offering Hit the Jackpot on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis and these sell for £49, £99 and £279 respectively. There is no mention of any money back guarantee so I wouldn’t be reliant on this being in place however this is generally standard for most tipster services.
What is the rate of return?
According to the proofing for Hit the Jackpot, the service has amassed profits of £16,301 since May 2015 with May and June both making in excess of £6,000 per month each. This figure is however based off £100 stakes which when revised downwards still represents an impressive points profit of 163.01 in less than 3 months.
The initial results for Hit the Jackpot are definitely promising with there being plenty of profit and a reasonable strike rate. So far July seems to be shaping up in line with the results that Stark Investors have published for previous months which suggests at least some consistency.
The pricing is perhaps a little steep for my liking on a month by month basis however if you are willing to take the plunge then Hit the Jackpot is obviously much cheaper. All things considered this is definitely one to watch however I would be inclined to wait to see how it performs once the football season is really in full swing before committing to buying as it is much easier to make the right call towards the end of the season than the start.