Each Way Value Tips Review
In this Each Way Value Tips Review I’ll be taking a look at this tipping service. Unlike many tipsters who’ll promise you winners, this service concentrates entirely on each way bets. I’ll be seeing if, even with an increased number of winners, the low returns on each tip are enough to make it worth your while.
What is Each Way Value Tips?
Each Way Value Tips can be found on the Tipstrr platform. This service, as the name suggests, roots out each way bets that are at higher than expected odds (otherwise known as a ‘value bet’).
This strategy is nothing new, but each way services don’t usually catch the imagination. Yes, the chances of getting a successful tip are much greater, but the reduced returns often mean users will drift off in search of something more exciting.
How does Each Way Value Tips Work?
Subscribers are emailed with tips, usually 12-24hrs before the race. This is a key element in the strategy which I’ll cover in more detail in a minute.
Users are given details of the race, stakes, and odds. The tips also tell you the bookmaker that has those odds, usually BET365 and Bet Victor.
Users then place the bet and walk away. Very simple on paper and the results of doing exactly this look very good on the website. In practice, it’s not that simple.
How long does Each Way Value Tips take to set up?
Setup is very simple. Like many tips services, it’s a case of paying your money and you’re in. Then it’s just a case of waiting for that first email.
The service will mainly just use 2 or 3 bookmakers but can use as many of 6 or 7 over the course of a month. The Bookies are all household names so you’ll probably already have accounts with them.
To get off to a quick start with this, it would be worth making sure you have accounts with the major bookmakers, and that they are all live and active.
How long does it take to use Each Way Value Tips?
At 1-2 tips per day (about 10 per week) this is not going to majorly impact your social calendar. If you get the emails on your phone, and the apps for all of the major bookmakers, you are looking at a couple of minutes a day.
Timing with this service is key though. The ‘value’ odds don’t always last long and placing a bet a couple of hours after the email arrives means you won’t always get the best odds. Getting a horse at 5/1 instead of 10/1 will majorly impact your chances of getting anything like the returns you’ll see on the website.
And that’s a problem.
How much can you make with Each Way Value Tips?
The website results are impressive. 30%+ ROI, 30%+ strike rate and around £650 monthly profit. These profits are 100% genuine (sites like Tipstrr are good at punishing fake returns). They are, however, very dependant on getting your bet on at the same odds as are in the email.
As I’ve mentioned above, these value odds can be very temporary, so getting the same odds as the tipster is far from guaranteed. A 3/1 win is still a win, but when making the advised profits depends on it being 5/1 … you are still going to be disappointed.
I’ve seen at least one live test where not getting the advised odds meant this system barely broke even, despite the correct number of winners. These weren’t ‘mug punters’ either, these were experienced testers … so the advised odds can’t have been around for long at all.
How much does Each Way Value Tips cost?
All of that said, you’re not exactly paying a fortune for this. There’s a £1 7-day trial followed by £29 per month for as long as you use it. There are sites that tell you the pricing is £15/week, £29/month or £69/quarter, but that is probably old news.
If you can achieve the £650+ profits every month, this is great value. You’ll also need a starting bank. The advised stake is £25 and given that all tipping services can have quite long losing runs, you are looking at putting £300-£500 by.
Is Each Way Value Tips easy to use?
This is a very easy to use service. You are simply responding to emails and placing a bet. If you are out in the evenings, you really need to have emails going to your phone and the bookie apps installed to make the most of this though.
One drawback is that it can sometimes take 15 minutes for an email to land on your phone. By this time, the best odds can be gone. So, unless you want to be =hovering around your laptop until after the tips arrive, this might not be ideal.
Each Way Value Tips Review Advantages
This is s good little system. It makes good use of a little niche and does it well. It’s easy to operate and the advised returns are excellent for this sort of system.
Most each way tipsters make up for the low returns by placing a huge number of bets. This only has 10 bets or si each week, for a £650+ monthly return.
There is a lot here to be happy about … on paper at least.
Each Way Value Tips Review Disadvantages
Live testing has found that getting those sorts of returns is somewhere between difficult and impossible. This is because the odds can move so quickly.
This won’t turn a winner into a loser, but it can make a massive dent in the profits. Over the course of a month that could be the difference between a great tipping service and a total waste of your time.
Each Way Value Tips Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
This is a good little system for the right person. If you are already sat at your laptop when the email arrives, you can drop what you’re doing and get on the bet straight away, happy days.
If on the other hand, you are doing anything else, or out having a life, you could miss the odds and in doing so the whole point of this system.
If you are already using something like Bookie Blowout or Buncejar where the selections come in the evening, just add this to your routine. Otherwise, the returns involved might not be worth the effort of disrupting your normal schedule.