Learn to Lay is a lay betting system that is apparently offered by the editor of The Racing Investors Club. The selections cover horse racing and football.
What does the product offer?
Learn to Lay offers users daily tips for backing to lay. The service looks at a number of horses before ultimately putting forward their number one selection. As well as the horse racing aspect of things, Learn to Lay also offers football selections. Users can also gain access to the “extended horse lays” which are the horses that didn’t make the cut as the lay of the day.
How does the product work?
Learn to Lay is allegedly operated by the editor of The Racing Investors Club which suggests a strong background in horse racing. In terms of the actual selection process there is very little information available which is a constant source of frustration for me as I believe that any purchases should be made based on informed decision, especially at the price of Learn to Lay.
What is the initial investment?
You can get Learn to Lay on a half price one month trial for £20. After this the cost goes up to £40 per month. There is no mention of a refund policy so I would take this to mean that there is nothing in place, however you should be able to cancel when you want.
What is the rate of return?
This is dependent on which aspect of Learn to Lay you are betting on. The one selection per day core service stands at 36.71 points profit, the extended lays show 51.79 points profit and the footballing service has produced 12.15 points.
The most off putting part of Learn to Lay is the price. The association with The Racing Investors Club is reassuring and the results are nothing if not respectable. I just feel that personally, £40 per month is a little on the steep side. I also remain concerned about the fact that as with any lay betting system, a few losses can damage your profits quite significantly (there is an example of losses on the 13th and 16th of May that wiped out almost 25% of the profits). If you don’t mind the costs, there is a lot to like about Learn to Lay, but I can’t see the value in it as it stands, especially when compared to some of its rivals.