In this Lucky 7 Naps review, I’ll be taking a look at this well established tipping service. I’ll be finding out what makes it all tick and looking at over 60 months of results to see if this is one service you shouldn’t miss out on anymore.
What is Lucky 7 Naps?
Lucky 7 Naps has been running on the Betfan platform for well over 5 years and the strategies involved have been making the tipster Micheal, money since 2012. I looked at service for another, long-defunct website about 4 years ago and at the time I thought it was something special.
Don’t let the name Lucky 7 naps fool you though, you won’t be getting 7 bets a day or anything gimmicky like that. The Lucky 7 comes from the fact that Micheal only looks at races with 7 or fewer runners.
As he’s been doing this for eight years, it’s easy to assume it’s all going well. However, since the start of 2019, I’ve come across several well-established sites that are living on past glories and haven’t really made any money for the last couple of years. I’m really hoping this isn’t another one of those.
How does Lucky 7 Naps Work?
As I mentioned above, you won’t be getting 7 bets a day. You won’t just be getting the ‘nap’ of the day either. Instead, you’ll be getting between 1 and 3 tips each day, all very simple wins singles. You won’t get many odds under 4 (so not too many favourites) and some tips will come in as high as 34.
You’ll be staking 5 pts each time, which does strike a good balance between risk and reward. To a lot of people reading this, it may look like the dictionary definition of a tipping service, and you wouldn’t be far wrong.
How long does Lucky 7 Naps take to set up?
Before you place any of those bets, you’ll to get signed up and part with some money. Luckily it’s a relatively quick and painless process (and much quicker if you’re already a Betfan member). Once you’ve done that, it’s just a case of waiting for the first tips to arrive.
This is all pretty straightforward, so you can probably cover this with whatever bookie’s accounts you have going already. You may have to go searching for prices occasionally, so it will be worth getting acquainted with Oddschecker if you haven’t already.
How long does it take to use Lucky 7 Naps?
Once you’ve got all of that done it shouldn’t take you more than 5 minutes to get these on each day. For the sake of convenience, you could get all of this set up on your phone. It won’t save you any time when placing 2 or 3 win singles but does give you the option to get these on as soon as they arrive.
This gives you the best chance of getting the advised odds on the higher prices, and you won’t have to go looking for any prices. You won’t save any time doing this on the exchanges and you’d lose any BOG (best odds guaranteed) benefits you’d get from a bookmaker.
How much can you make with Lucky 7 Naps?
As I said at the start, a few long-running services have been living on past glories and the fact that a service has made 5000pts over the last 5 years means nothing if it hasn’t made a penny in the last two.
So, for that reason, I’m going to ignore the overall figure of 9,205.77pts profit and just focus on the last year. A quick look at the results shows this service has posted a profit of nearly 640pts for 2019, which puts it among the top-performing services. There were some ups and downs, with two months posting a 45pt loss and January pulling in a 205pt profit.
This was quite a sensible year by comparison to the previous one, with a 500+pt profit in February and 150+pt losses in April and May.
How much does Lucky 7 Naps cost?
In the face of numbers like that (even at £10/pt) the cost of fees is almost irrelevant, but here they are anyway. It’s £15 for a week, £45 for 28 days, £126 for three months or £214 for six months. But, when you’ve made £6400 over the course of a quieter year or lost £3000+ over two consecutive months, you’re not going to notice what you’re paying in fees.
Although that big loss was nearly two years ago, I still think a 400pt bank is advisable. That’s £4000 at £10/pt and might be beyond a lot of people.
Lucky 7 Naps Review Advantages
This has a lot going for it. The bets are simple to put on, uncomplicated and there’s enough of them to keep you interested. The principle behind the service is sound and the profits prove that it working.
Those profits are some of the best I’ve seen from a service that doesn’t rely on accumulators at daft odds to come in occasionally. This is very close to being the punter’s dream service.
Lucky 7 Naps Review Disadvantages
The only fly in the ointment is that occasionally it all goes a bit wrong and will wipe out most ‘normal’ banks in only a few weeks. To get around this you really need a hefty bank and some pretty strong nerves. I know this makes a profit over time but the tipping world has some very short memories.
Lucky 7 Naps Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
When I first saw this a few years back, I thought it was great. Looking at it now, I think it’s even better and you really should get involved with this. I know the starting bank is a bit of an issue but going at £2 or £5 point is an alternative.
This is one of the best tipping services I’ve come across as it combines an uncomplicated process with simple best and fantastic profits.