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Top Secret Tips Review

Top Secret Tips is a horse racing tipster service provided by Tipster Warehouse that provides small numbers of strong tips.

What does the product offer?

Tipster Warehouse says that Top Secret Tips is a tipster service that offers users just 1 or 2 bets each day. Although the number of tips aren’t available they say that this fact is compensated based off the quality of the tips on offer. Top Secret Tips has produced a strike rate of 39% since August 2013 based off an average of 40-45 selections per month.

How does the product work?

Like many of Tipster Warehouse’s products there is very little information given on the ins and outs of Top Secret Tips. This has always been a point of contention for me as I believe that you can provide insight into a system without giving away the game. What I am able to discern is that it seems to be backing horses that are not necessarily a favourite and have rather decent odds. This is based on the low strike rate, months where there have been consistent losses and the fact that Top Secret Tips is still operating profitably.

What is the initial investment?

There is a 7 day trial for Top Secret Tips that costs just £1. After that period of time the costs go up to £29.95 per month of £59.95 quarterly. It is worth noting that there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place with Top Secret Tips and there is also the fact that as it is subscription based you should be able to cancel at any time.

What is the rate of return?

At the time of writing Top Secret Tips is 113.8 points in the black which Tipster Warehouse say represents a 21.97% return on investment.


There is much about Tipster Warehouse’s products that I find a little off putting no matter how many I review, namely the lack of tangible information. That having been said the one thing that you can generally rely on with Tipster Warehouse is that their products are pretty well proofed and the results you see are pretty reliable. Given the 60 day money back and the 7 day trial I don’t really see any harm in giving it a try on paper.



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From: Simon Roberts