In this Primed Winners review, I’ll be delving into this ‘old school’ tipping service. There are no gimmicks, no complicated bets but will the ‘web’s hottest racing club’ bring you any decent profits?
What is Primed Winners?
Primed Winners has been running on the Betfan platform since April 2018 aand is what you might call an ‘old school’ tipping service. There are no gimmicks, just selections based entirely on what the tipster thinks will win.
I usually like these types of services because I prefer a no-nonsense approach when it comes to other people telling me what to do with my money. Some gimmicks work, but usually, I find dubious bets shoehorned in that shouldn’t make the cut or perfectly good selections left to one side because they don’t fit the gimmick.
So, I’m going into this with quite high hopes, something which often leads to disappointment.
How does Primed Winners Work?
One thing that’s obvious from the start is there are quite a few bets that meet the criteria each day. You’ll be looking at between 7 and 10 all win singles staking either 1 or 2 points.
The odds aren’t usually anything daft and average around the 5. This does mean you’ll get the occasional higher price which you’ll want to get on sooner rather than later. You’ll also get a couple under 2 which does make you wonder why you bother.
Most days you’ll be staking 10-15 points of your bank, which isn’t uncomfortable. Given the number of bets, you can also expect at least one winner a day.
How long does Primed Winners take to set up?
Before you do any of that, you’ll to get signed up. Luckily it won’t take you long (and much less if you’re already a Betfan member) then it’s just a case of parting with your cash then waiting for the first load of tips arrive.
As these are all straightforward, you’ve got nothing new to learn and you should be able to do all of this with your usual bookmakers. So, no new accounts to open. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t do this on the exchanges but remember you’ll lose any BOG (best odds guaranteed) benefits you’d get from a bookie.
How long does it take to use Primed Winners?
These are all win singles so it’s a case of ploughing through them. Unless the odds are way out, you could do all of these at the same bookie and it shouldn’t take you more than about 15 minutes on the busiest day.
For the sake of convenience, it will be worth you getting this all set up on your phone if it’s not already. You won’t neccesaarily save any time but it does mean you can get these on even if you’re away from your laptop.
How much can you make with Primed Winners?
For all those bets each day, I was really expecting better. 334pts in 22 months doesn’t seem like much, in fact at £10/pt it’s an average of £150 each month. That’s not a lot of return for that many selections and it does give me the impression this tipster has some gaps in their knowledge.
There are just too many ups and downs after a positive start (the figures that make up the bulk of the sales patter on the website). Yes, this is profitable overall, but compared to other services it’s just not making enough money.
How much does Primed Winners cost?
And, that’s before you take fees into consideration. It’s £13 for a week, £39 for 28 days, £109 for three months or £185 for six months. I normally consider any service where the fees are more than 25% of your average monthly winnings to be bad value for money. This just scrapes by at the moment but it does not feel like a bargain.
Even though there are a lot of ups and downs, you won’t put too much of a dent in a 100pt bank. The regular winners keep the losers from doing too much damage.
Primed Winners Review Advantages
That’s one of the good things about this service. You will get a winner or two everyday from these simple bets that are easy to put on. If you’re one of the more nervous bettors out there, you won’t be flapping about your bank disappearing overnight. And, I can’t deny there aren’t enough bets to keep you interested.
Primed Winners Review Disadvantages
The problem is that not enough of them win. For the amount of effort you’re putting in compared to other services, the returns are poor. The fees are a bit too expensive for the amount of profit and you do get the impression you’re on the receiving end of a job that’s not quite finished.
Primed Winners Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
Let me explain. I’ve seen a lot of services and other tipsters will come up with a list of 10 or 12 possibles, then do a few more checks and end up with 3 or 4 that land in your inbox. What it feels like here is that this tipster is missing that last step and we’re just getting the unfiltered list.
I could be wrong, but if I was, I think there would be more profits. This scattergun approach has never filled me with much confidence so I can’t recommend this service at present.
If you followed this service for a year, you should make money. But, for the effort and profits involved that time and money would be better spent elsewhere