Bookie Blowout Review
In this Bookie Blowout Review, I’ll be taking a look at this Mike Cruikshank arbing product. Yep, another one. I’ll be finding out if the world really does need yet another Mike Cruikshank arbing product? And if we do, is it any good?
What is Bookie Blowout?
You’ve probably already heard of Bookie Blowout. After all, it’s has been around for many years. It’s yet another arbing product from Mike Cruikshank who has a good track record with these types of products,
If you haven’t heard of Bookie Blowout before, I’m sure you will have heard the name, Mike Cruikshank. You might be familiar with his other products: Bonus Bagging, Accumulator Generator, Each Way Sniper and Profit Maximiser. Looking at that list of products you’ll think that this has quite a bit to live up to.
How does Bookie Blowout Work?
Bookie Blowout members receive emails from the service over a four-hour period each night. Each one advising them on the horses to bet on in the following day’s racing.
According to the website, the horses they recommend have been given odds that are too generous.
The expectation is that the odds to shorten as it gets closer to the time of the actual race.
As soon as a customer gets their email from the system, they place their bet on the horse. This is with the bookie of their choice or the bookie recommended by the system. Then, in the morning, the customer lays off the bet on an exchange like Betfair.
This is a very simple system and also very familiar. This follows exactly the same premise as both Two Minute Trader and Buncejar. Both of whom, in my opinion, do it slightly better and with a better strike rate.
How long does Bookie Blowout take to set up?
Well, once you’re in, it’s quite simple you get access to a member’s area where you can access the 30 page manual that explains how it all works. There are also training videos showing the process and examples.
This is, for the most part, pretty basic stuff that I’ve seen done better elsewhere. In my opinion, 30 pages is a bit long for what should be a very simple process. You also get access to a calculator and odds converter which is good but again, is done better elsewhere.
You are also advised which bookmakers to open accounts with. This is quite useful, especially from the man behind Bonus Bagging. However, if you are reading this, you will probably have accounts with a few of the bookies anyway.
From the day you sign-up, you’ll also start getting at least five ‘tips’ each evening. I would advise you not to dive in before you’ve read the instructions though.
How long does it take to use Bookie Blowout?
There are at least 5 tips a night, which could arrive at any time within a 4 hour window. This could mean that you are sat in front of your computer all evening for the sake of a few quid.
On the other hand, you could be sat there with the bookie apps on your phone and actions them every time your phone goes beep. This won’t take you long. Neither will laying out the following day which you could do over breakfast.
My concern here is with the number of tips. At least 5 seems like the criteria for selection might be a little too open. Perhaps a smaller number of tips, more carefully chosen would bring about the same results for a bit less effort.
How much can you make with Bookie Blowout?
Well, before we talk actual numbers, there is something that needs clearing up. The website says that if follow the process you are guaranteed to make money. While this may be true, there are a few ‘buts’…
Firstly, the odds can go up instead of down overnight, which means you will lose money on that horse. If that happens more than once in a day, you’ll likely lose overall on that day. I agree this is not a problem over time, but I don’t think the phrase ‘guaranteed to win’ should be used.
You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who’s lost any money using this. You’d be equally unlikely to find anyone driving a Ferrari on the proceeds of this. (Except perhaps Mike Cruikshank). This product will replace, at a push, the income from a part-time job, so set your expectations accordingly.
How much does Bookie Blowout cost?
The price, however, did come as a nice surprise. Similar systems will usually come as a monthly subscription that can cost as much as £750.00 a year.
When you then see Bookie Blowout is currently on sale for £99.97 plus VAT (£119.97 including VAT) for a year’s membership, it strikes you as really good value.
Unlike most of those monthly subscription services, there isn’t a free trial. There is a 30-day money-back guarantee which, because this is sold via Clickbank, should be easy to get if this is not for you.
The only downside to this is it’s £120 upfront, which might be a problem once you take into account you’ll need money for a starting bank too.
Is Bookie Blowout easy to use?
This is pretty basic stuff. Even if you are new to this, it’s not rocket science.
Once you’ve got your head around the ideas of backing and laying and that you get more money when the price goes down, it’s easy. You simply place a bet at the bookies when the email comes in, then lay out on Betfair after breakfast.
If you’ve got any experience at all, especially with any of Mike’s other products, you’ll take to this immediately.
Bookie Blowout Review Advantages
There are many advantages to this. The system is simple and works out at about £10 a month to use. You can get going with a modest starting bank, and having a losing week is unheard of.
The system is created by one of the biggest and most respected names in the betting (or matched betting) world. It comes with training to suit even the greenest beginner, even those that don’t care about horse racing.
There are plenty of ‘tips’ so you can still make a profit if you don’t take them all. This makes it almost perfect for anyone starting out in arbing.
Bookie Blowout Review Disadvantages
It’s not all good news though. This can be labour intensive if you are restricted to only a laptop, as you’ll have to sit by it all evening.
Because odds can change quickly, you have to be very quick at placing your back bet. This is clearly a problem if you had any plans at all for the evening.
Yes, missing a tip or two is not the end of the world. But, the winnings with this system are already small enough, without making them any smaller.
The same thing is done better elsewhere, where you can get the same results for less effort.
Bookie Blowout Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
If you’ve already bought any of Mike’s other products, you’ll probably be happy with this. It will feel very familiar and you will get on with it. Otherwise, take a look at 2MT or get a free trial of Buncejar then come back to this and see which suits you best.