Try Time Tips is a new sports betting tipster service from the Betting Gods team that specialises providing subscribers with frequent Rugby Union tips.
What does the product offer?
In many ways Try Time Tips is a seemingly typical tipster service and being through the Betting Gods stable, it is pleasantly reserved in terms of the claims and sales material. In terms of what you can expect from Try Time Tips it is a pretty middle of the road service in all of the best ways. There are around 40-50 selections per month meaning between one and two per day although these are only sent out around twice a week.
The service looks at Rugby Union in a number of different countries ranging from international tournaments to English and French club level.
The bets themselves are massively varied and probably the most advanced part of Try Time Tips with bets ranging from player to score a try to a victory by a certain number of points and even longer term bets like tournament winners and top try scorers.
In terms of the numbers, Try Time Tips has a staking plan betting one point all the way up to five points per bet. This works for both the win streaks (9 bets) and the losing streaks as well (15 bets). In terms of a strike rate, Try Time Tips has performed admirably at an average of 49.43%.
How does the product work?
In terms of the selection process for Try Time Tips, there is unfortunately no information provided however this isn’t the be all and end all. This is mostly down to the fact that as with any Betting Gods product, Try Time Tips is fully proofed.
What is the initial investment?
Beting Gods offer three options for those who want to subscribe to Try Time Tips which are monthly, quarterly and a lifetime subscription. At the time of writing you can get your first month for just £1 with the prices rising to £29.95 and £69.95 respectively.
The lifetime subscription is a one off cost of £149.95. All options come with a full 60 day money back guarantee as the payment is handled via Clickbank.
What is the rate of return?
Since launching in September 2015, Try Time Tips has made an overall profit of 149.47 points. This doesn’t sound hugely impressive but it does represent an ROI of 12.75%.
There is no doubting that Try Time Tips isn’t going to be a massive earner for subscribers. The results are pretty clear about this with rather substantial periods of small wins and losses.
What Try Time Tips does well however is providing subscribers with a pretty consistent tipster service which is something that isn’t seen too often these days.
With all of this in mind, Try Time Tips is definitely a tipster service that is worth consideration, especially for those who aren’t keen on backing long shots and waiting for “value” bets to come in. All of this isn’t to say that Try Time Tips doesn’t have its ups and downs, as it does.
They just happen to be much less extreme than some other services I have looked at before now.