Points to Profit Review

Points to Profit is an independent horse racing tipster service operated by Alistair Bentley. The service puts a focus on very selective bets in order to maximise profit potential.

What does the product offer?

Alistair Bentley is a horse racing tipster service that whilst technically year round is on occasion sporadic in sending out selections (for example in November 2014, no bets were identified) with there generally being less as the year goes on. Points to Profit is an all weather service only which means that the usual 4 tracks with the option for selections to come in for Chelford City later this year. The service appears to have performed well with results showing an average 45% strike rate over 275 bets. Whilst this could be chalked up to the fact that some months have produced just a few bets, even January of last year (which was also the worst month) hit 35%. The bets that Alistair Bentley sends out are all win bets with a maximum of 3 point staking.

How does the product work?

Whilst the selection process for Points to Profit isn’t discussed in detail, Alistair Bentley says that he has had a keen interest in horse racing since attending his first race at Wolverhampton at 14. As mentioned, he is keen to press that Points to Profit is a very selective service which to me suggests that there is possibly an underlying form based system, especially given that Points to Profit only applies to all weather tracks.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing Points to Profit is advertised at £20 which is a one off cost for the year. Alistair Bentley says that after January he will put the price up to £200. As an additional bonus, because Points to Profit is sold through Clickbank you get the peace of mind that comes with their 60 day money back guarantee which is definitely a rarity for tipster services.

What is the rate of return?

Points to Profit is sold on the back of a £3973.59 profit which is based on £20 stakes. This means a points profit of 198.68 points which is respectable enough.

Conclusion

From what I have seen Points to Profit seems to be a pretty solid offering really, especially if you get in before the price goes up for the year. Whilst it certainly isn’t going to set the world alight, Alistair Bentley looks able o produce a consistent profit and that is arguably the most important part of any tipster service. The fact is that whilst it costs less than some big name services that I have looked at before now, Points to Profit produces better results and at a fraction of the cost, even if you were to miss the offer. If you are looking for an inexpensive option to build your betting portfolio then Points to Profit should slip in rather nicely because the fact is, for £20 it doesn’t have a whole lot of profit to make.

 

 

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