In this Jumping For Profit review, I’ll be taking a look at this service on the Tipster Street platform. I’ll be finding out if it’s possible to make decent money from the unpredictable world National Hunt Racing, or if your profits are going to take a fall?
What is Jumping For Profit?
For obvious reasons, National Hunt racing is unpredictable. We’ve all seen profits take a dive with the words ‘faller at the last’ – so who would try and base a tipping service purely on that? You’d have to really know your stuff and get it right enough times that you can still turn a profit with the chance of gravity spoiling it all for you.
That looks like what we have here. For a service like this, you’d hope the graph would look a bit wobbly but have a steady upward trend. Jumping for Profit has been doing this now for nearly three years, so I’ll be seeing what can be made long term from a service like this. Or, if you’d be better off going elsewhere, where it’s not quite so risky.
How does Jumping For Profit Work?
You’ll be getting between 1 and 4 tips each day, a combination of winners with a few each way bets to keep things interesting. You’ll be staking 2 points each time at quite reasonable odds. There are a few favorites in there, aa few at 7 or 8, giving you an average of about 5.
So, with the lower-priced runners to keep the profits ticking over and the higher odds to boost the numbers, it looks like this tipster is trying to cover all of the bases. With the tips arriving mid-late morning (between 9 am and 11 am) you’ll have plenty of time to get them on.
As there aren’t too many crazy prices to the odds should stay pretty stable too. So far, this is shaping up to be a very respectable service.
How long does Jumping For Profit take to set up?
Before you can do any of this though, you’ll need to go to the Tipster Street website and sign-up’ One you’ve done that it’s a case of filling in a Paypal form for your monthly subscription and you’re good to go.
The tips will now be sent each day to the email address for your PayPal account. But, if you want them sent elsewhere, get in contact with Tipster Street and they’ll sort it out for you.
You can do this using whichever bookies you happen to have accounts with already, so there’s nothing new to join. You could easily do this on the exchanges if you wanted. But, I wouldn’t advise it. Firstly, you’ll have to remember to take into account commissions fees if you’re looking for better prices.
Also, if you do choose to do this on Betfair, you’ll lose any BOG (best odds guaranteed) you’d get from a bookmaker. it won’t save you too much time either.
How long does it take to use Jumping For Profit?
This is really as straightforward as it gets so you’re looking at less than 5 minutes each day. I’d normally suggest installing all the apps and getting this set up on your phone to save time, but this is quick enough already.
Given just how quick and easy this is, almost any level of profit would make this worth your while.
How much can you make with Jumping For Profit?
And, up until November 2019, they were pretty good. However, a 100pt loss in the last two months has taken a third off of the accumulated profits and taken the average returns down to £45 each month. (at the usual £10/pt).
This takes the service from being pretty good to being pretty ordinary. And, has stopped the steady upward trend of the last 2 and a bit years. £80/month (the profit up until November 2019) is reasonable, but as things stand £45 just isn’t enough. Especially when you realise we haven’t taken subscription fees into account.
How much does Jumping For Profit cost?
As you would expect, all Tipster Street services have a special price introductory period to tempt you in. It’s £3.79 for the first 30 days with Jumping For Profit, which is very reasonable. After that, it’s an equally reasonable £14.95 each month or £29.95 for a quarter.
Before November this would have been very reasonable, now it’s just OK. Forking out a third of your profits on fees isn’t awful, but when you compare it to other services, you’d want better.
The recommended bank of 200pts is about right. There have been a couple of 40pt losing months before this winters drop in results, so 200pts seems wise. The question is though if you’d want to tie up £2000 for £45 (or even £80) each month.
Jumping For Profit Review Advantages
This is among the simplest of services I’ve seen. You could give this to a beginner and they wouldn’t be phased by the few simple bets each day. There’s no pressure to get these on so a seasoned bettor could just put these on without breaking a sweat too.
The fees are very low so you would have trouble not making money with this.
Jumping For Profit Review Disadvantages
The trouble is, due to a massive dip in fortune, those profits are nothing like they should be. We all know National Hunt Racing can be unpredictable, but this tipster did appear to have a handle on things.
Jumping For Profit Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
You don’t become a bad tipster overnight and this service is far from bad. Profits should improve as they have done previously so I’m not that worried that you won’t make any money from this.
The doubt I have is whether this is the best use for your time and money. Other services that have perhaps easier jobs will give you more in the way of returns for no extra effort and only slightly more expensive fees.
Bottom line is, if you’re a fan of National Hunt racing you’ll like this and you should start using it. If, on the other hand, you just want profits regardless of where they come from, you should look elsewhere.