Tipster Warehouse Review

Tipster Warehouse is a brand new product which has been launched by Darren Moore of Betting Gods fame. It aims to provide a complete portfolio for subscribers at a low cost.

Introduction to Tipster Warehouse

I don’t tend to hide my admiration for the Betting Gods platform. Whilst their services have inevitably been a bit a bit hit and miss over time, this is honestly an inevitability for any tipster stable. Nobody is ever going to be consistent 100% of the time.

None the less, the customer seems to come first and when services don’t perform, they are dropped which is more than can be said for some rivals. All of this is important to keep in mind as Tipster Warehouse aims to unify a stripped down version of some of the more successful tipsters from across the Betting Gods network into a single betting portfolio.

tipster-warehouse-reviewThis is pretty much unprecedented to my knowledge and immediately makes Tipster Warehouse stand out. The question that stands is whether or not Darren Moore can deliver here as he has previously.

What Does Tipster Warehouse Offer?

So, where do you begin with Tipster Warehouse? Honestly, I’m not really sure as what you are actually getting access to here are 6 different tipster services, each of which operate effectively independently of one another. For example, selections are sent out anywhere from the evening before racing going well into the afternoon in the case of The USA Tipster (a fact which is mostly down to time zones).

They may not all be daily bets either. Some are much more selective than others. What I can say is that when you receive any emails from the tipsters involved with Tipster Warehouse, the quality is there with concise information which provides you with everything that you need to know. As well as being emailed, Darren Moore also has a member’s area on the website where you can access your selections.

In terms of the bets, there is a massive variety here. The fact that Tipster Warehouse is a portfolio means that you are looking at a huge variety of betting types across a multitude of different disciplines.

There are football bets that have a focus on accumulators, horse racing and greyhound bets that are all rather typical of what you would expect, golf bets that involve backing long shots on an each way basis, and a host of bets on American sports. There is no such thing as typical with Tipster Warehouse. What this does mean though is that no two days are the same.

I am not going to go into too much detail in terms of the staking plans that exist across Tipster Warehouse. It should come as no surprise that each service is different with staking information being sent out with bets. What I will say is that each service is advised to have its own betting bank.

These do vary from tipster to tipster, however overall, you will need some 1,000 points in order to take full advantage of Tipster Warehouse. Whilst this sounds a lot, there are some mitigating factors that I want to get to. 

Finally, I want to talk about the strike rate(s). Each of these differs hugely and whilst an average could probably be calculated, I don’t feel that this is necessarily a reasonable way to reflect Tipster Warehouse as a wider service. Instead, I will quickly cover how each service has done based off the published results at the time of writing.

  • Golf Profits – 18.52%
  • Quentin Franks Express – 35.05%
  • The USA Tipster – 42.39%
  • MS Greyhounds – 32.67%
  • BK Footy Accas – 54.66%
  • Bookies Enemy Express – 25.41%

How Does Tipster Warehouse Work?

Tipster Warehouse is ultimately the sum of each of its individual components. All of the tipsters involved will have their own different approaches to betting and it would be unrealistic to try and explore what each of them do.

What I will say is that on the website, you can look at each service individually with Darren Moore providing some information on how different tipsters approach their services. Furthermore, on this very website, you can expect to see reviews of a number of the full services that are involved with Tipster Warehouse for more insight.

All of this ultimately plays second fiddle in my opinion to the fact that what you are buying into here is a complete betting portfolio. I have said a number of times that this is important if you want to take your betting seriously as when one service loses, another should be winning.

Furthermore, it allows you to maximise your betting reach by covering a number of sporting disciplines. Tipster Warehouse appears to be very on point with Tipster Warehouse in nailing both of these points covering what I would consider to be almost all of the major betting markets. 

What is the Initial Investment?

By far and away the most impressive element of Tipster Warehouse is the pricing. Tipster Warehouse is asking just £9 per month (plus VAT) in order to access the service.

Representing even better value is an annual pass which is available for just £79 (plus VAT). Both of these options come with a 1 week trial period which will cost you just £1. Furthermore, because Darren Moore is selling Tipster Warehouse through Clickbank, there is also a full 30 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the Rate of Return?

Since January 2019, Darren Moore claims that all of the tipsters involved with Tipster Warehouse have produced a profit of £3,151.90 which is a pretty impressive result.

tipster-warehouse-profitsEspecially when you factor in that this is based off £10 stakes which means some 315 points in this period. That is a very strong showing for the 6 months or so that Tipster Warehouse has been available. With ROI’s ranging from 14.62% going all the way up to 48.86% (with around 20% being a reasonable average), there are very reasonable results there as well. 

Conclusion on the Tipster Warehouse service

The tipster marketplace has always been a competitive affair. From massively questionable products at ridiculously low one off costs (think £15 for £150,000 profit) to massively bloated affairs that claim thousands of pounds of profit for hundreds of pounds per month.

Sure, there are some services that look good, but I don’t think there has been much that has come close to representing a “complete package”. Tipster Warehouse comes startlingly close to turning this on its head though, and not just because it’s cheap.

As I have mentioned, I have looked at the full services for a lot of the tipsters that are involved with Tipster Warehouse and they are generally pretty impressive. Quentin Frank in particular is a well respected name in the tipster world.

The fact that this is headed up by Darren Moore also means a lot. Betting Gods is something that I have followed for some time to become one of the biggest players on the market and it is well earned. All of this adds a very solid air of legitimacy to Tipster Warehouse.

Now of course there are questions that could be asked here. The fact that you are dealing with what are effectively stripped down tipster services may put some people off. I personally feel that this is more than offset by the costs involved, but some bettors can be a funny bunch. Furthermore, raising a 1,000 point betting bank can be quite a big ask. 

From here, I want to segue into what is undoubtedly the single strongest element of Tipster Warehouse which is the pricing. £9 per month is not a lot at all for a tipster service. £79 per year is even less.

In fact, I have seen some services that are less profitable than Darren Moore’s offering, that charge the annual cost per month. What all of this means is that ultimately, Tipster Warehouse is one of the best value tipsters I have seen for a very long time. The fact of the matter is that even to £1 stakes, you would be in profit here (including your subs) and there aren’t many services that you can say that about.

With all of this in mind, it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that Tipster Warehouse is a service that is worth some very serious consideration.

Personally, I see this as the perfect entry point into professional betting, or in fact, if you are looking for an inexpensive way to boost your portfolio.. If you are much more involved with betting, you probably have your own set up already and whilst there is an argument to be had that this is a lot of bang for your buck irrespective, the set up may not suit everybody.

 

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