In this WannaWin BM review, I’ll be checking out this service that has been running on the Tipstrr platform for the last 12 months. I’ll be finding out what makes this service tick and if you can make any money using this ‘real-time value’ service.
What is WannaWin BM?
Some of us are glued to our phones, some of us just put out tips on during lunch breaks or tea breaks at work. When you see the word value on any tipster’s website, you know you’re going to have to get your bets on quickly.
But, when you see the words ‘solely based on value’ on a website, and the tipster recommends you follow them in ‘real-time’ you know you’re going to have to get your bets on pretty much immediately. WannaWin BM is clearly a service that makes money, the question I’ll be trying to answer is if you have to be basically stuck on your phone to make this work?
How does WannaWin BM Work?
You’re going to get 6-8 tips a day, drip-fed to you in ‘real-time’ between 10.30 am and 10.45 am each morning. This means 6-8 emails and acting on them almost immediately. By the tipsters own admission, ‘that value can vanish over time’. We all know that ‘over time’ in a lot of cases can mean about half an hour or just 10 minutes.
These are just straight win tips (quite surprised there weren’t any each way bets for a bit of insurance). And, as they are picked on value, the odds are all over the place. You’ll be staking 1 point each time so it strikes the right balance between profits and protecting your bank.
How long does WannaWin BM take to set up?
WannaWin BM is like all Tipstrr services so it’s just a couple of clicks on the site, then a Paypal form for your subscription and you’re in. That’s it, you’re good to go, provided you’ve got enough bookies accounts.
This service is about value so you’ll need to go where the prices are, not just your normal couple of bookies. You’ll also need to be fast, so you can’t be waiting for a password reset email every five minutes. If you want to do this for the most profit, you’ll need to dust off every bookie account you’ll have access to and make sure they are all active.
If you’re thinking it might be easier to just do this on just one bookie or the exchanges, you can. But, you will be sacrificing profits for convenience.
How long does it take to use WannaWin BM?
Because of the way these tips are delivered, you’ll need to keep the 10.30 am until 11 am window open to do this. Yes, you can pick these up later and do them in one go (which will be much faster) but there’s a good chance you will have missed out on the value prices.
Unless you’re sat at your laptop during this window, you’ll need to get this lot together on your phone. There is a Tipstrr app that will probably show the tips faster than the email so you should install that along with all of the bookie’s apps.
If you’re looking at this and thinking that this looks a lot of hassle, you might be right. The thing to do is take a look at the profits and work out if it’s all worth it.
How much can you make with WannaWin BM?
The results are pretty impressive. Once you take into account that the £8,800 profit in 12 months you see on the site is at £25 a point. And, that you’re not always going to get the advised odds, they are still decent. Looking at the figures at £10 a point like most of the other services, then knocking a third off to allow for not getting all of the ‘value’, you’re still getting an average of £200 a month at £10/pt.
Losing runs don’t seem too bad, to the extent that there has only been on losing month in the whole year of activity. This was a ‘massive’ 8pts, though I stress again are were some pretty big moves during the month, as you would expect with a win rate of just 16%.
How much does WannaWin BM cost?
Profits like these are only any good if the fees don’t take a huge chunk out of them. Here, you’ll get the first 7 days for £3 to get you in the door, then you have a large number of choices you get with all Tipstrr services.
You can choose between £15 for 1 week, £29 a month, £69 for three months, £129 for six months or £239 for a year. Compared to the profits, these represent pretty good value, especially if you have deep enough pockets to go for £25/pt
That would, of course, mean that the advised 200pt bak means you’ll be working with £5000, which won’t suit everybody. A £2000 bank is more accessible though you would still make a profit at £5 a point.
WannaWin BM Review Advantages
You’re going to focus on those profits, which are pretty good. Losing months are few and far between so it’s not exactly up one month and down the next, which is what I was expecting from a service with no each way selections.
WannaWin BM Review Disadvantages
This does require you to be available at certain times, which won’t suit everybody. ‘Real-time’ can actually mean not much time at all to get your bets on or take a hit on those profits. Which is the entire reason why you’d do this.
WannaWin BM Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
This is at the root of whether this is right for you or not. If you can free yourself for that 15-30 minute window in the morning and can get your bets on quickly, you should do well with this.
On the other hand, if you can only get your bets on during your lunch break or have to work around something else, this might be more trouble than it’s worth. Once you adjust the profits to allow for missing out on a price or two, they are still good but can be got elsewhere for less effort.
This is one of the few occasions where I’m not going to say yes or no. But, if you like the idea of the profits take the 7-day trial and see if this works for you in ‘real-time’.