Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service Review

Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service is a sports betting tipster service from Mark Hughes that is heavily based on his betting system that he offers under the same name.

What does the product offer?

Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service is a tipster service providing weekly tips to users  for football games across the world. Created by Mark Hughes, Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service is essentially a version of his existing system that examines teams that are likely to have over 1.5 goal matches. Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service takes the work out of identifying teams that are playing in a given week as well as looking at additional information. As well as selections you also receive a full copy of the system it is based on.

How does the product work?

As has been mentioned (and is implied by the name), Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service is about backing games to end with more than 1.5 goals. These are typically based around teams that score a lot of goals and teams that concede a lot. Mark Hughes says that as well as this, he also looks a number of other factors before sending tips out.

What is the initial investment?

Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service sells on a monthly or annual subscription which cost £12 and £47 respectively. As is typical with tipster services there is no money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

There are no claims made about how much you can expect to make through Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service. Realistically though I imagine that it will be a pretty low yield service.

Conclusion

Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service is based on a sound concept however it isn’t exactly imaginative. In fact, the real question hanging over Over 1.5 Goals Tipster Service in my opinion is whether or not it is worth the extra £40 that the original system sells for. This doesn’t mean it’s bad. In fact, rather far from it from what I have seen. Ultimately it depends on how much you value your time and if you are willing to pay a (relatively small) premium for the selections.

 

 

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