The Tipper Service Review Andy Walsh

The Tipper Service is a free to access sports betting tipster service and blog created and managed by Andy Walsh. There are 3 different betting methods used.

What does the product offer?

The Tipper Service is a pretty comprehensive website that offers not just football tips to users, but also features extensive blogging on the results for the week and where Andy Walsh feels that things went wrong. Selections for The Tipper Service primarily cover UK football with pretty much all leagues covered as well as the FA Cup. This can lead to multiple selections over the course of a week. The Tipper Service uses a few different types of bets with the focus being on win bets and the odd double and on rare occasions, even more than this.

How does the product work?

The Tipper Service is based around 3 different methods of betting which are broken down into a “low” risk, a higher risk betting method which both run all season. Finally there is what Andy Walsh refers to as “The Proper Footytipping Season Starts Now” method which runs from January to the end of the season. There are some differences between the three as different selections will be made depending on the methods you are using.

What is the initial investment?

The Tipper Service is an entirely free service with the only investment being your betting bank. This is recommended as 20 points for the lower risk and the “proper season” method whilst 40 points are recommended for the high risk method.

What is the rate of return?

If Andy Walsh hits his targets for the year on all services The Tipper Service should make 20 points of profit.

Conclusion

The Tipper Service is definitely not a high yielding tipster service however there is also very little in the way of investment. One thing that is worth keeping in mind is that Andy Walsh has “blown the bank” before so if you find that you are looking at a losing streak, I would be inclined to call it a day, especially if you are in profit.

 

 

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