In this BetSence review, I’ll be taking a look at this tipping service that posted some great opening results. I’ll be seeing if that good start has carried on and if this service can make you money long term?
What is BetSence?
BetSence has been running on the Betfan platform for just over a year since it launched in December 2018. It’s hard to define it as it really does look like it’s a bit of everything.
The approach seems to have worked at the beginning as it had a couple of strong months to start off with. I usually like to leave a service a year or so it has a few ups and downs and you can see if it really is any good or if its just beginner’s luck. So I’m taking this look now and expecting to be impressed.
How does BetSence Work?
The first thing you’ll notice is there’s a lot going on here. Each way bets, straight wins, doubles, trebles, Trixies, Patents, Yankees – they are all here. You’ve probably guessed there are a lot of bets each day, and most days you’d be right.
You can get anything between 3 and 12 a day and the odds are all over the place. It’s just a case of whatever the tipster thinks will win, whether it is at 3 or 53. If you like solid, stable and boring this is definitely not for you.
The bets are just one point each time or occasionally two, so you won’t be staking too many points each day on all of this.
How long does BetSence take to set up?
Before you can dive into all of that chaos, 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 wave of tips arrive.
Even though these are far from straightforward bets , you should be able to do all of this with your usual bookmakers. There might be a bit of searching for odds so you’ll need more than one bookie’s account and a working knowledge of oddschecker. (probably best to get it all set up on your phone too if you haven’t already).
How long does it take to use BetSence?
Right, this will vary drastically from one day to another. But, it should never really take more than 15 minutes once you’ve got to grips with any bet types you haven’t placed before. (some are just a case of making all the sections and ticking a couple of boxes).
As I mentioned above, you’ll need to go looking for odds from time to time. But, as long as you don’t have to fund or open any new accounts you shouldn’t have any problems placing this assorted bunch.
How much can you make with BetSence?
The results are an assorted bunch as well. 596pts in 14 months might look very impressive, in fact, at £10/pt it’s an average of £425 each month. When you take into account that 415pts of that was made in the first two months it doesn’t look quite so impressive.
Once you factor in a 60pt losing month as well as a couple more dips into the red, you’ll get a figure closer to 15pts/month in profit over the last year. On the face of it, that’s just not enough.
How much does BetSence cost?
And, that’s before you take fees into consideration. It’s £15 for a week, £45 for 28 days, £126 for three months or £214 for six months. Based on the first two months’ success this would be an absolute bargain. But, based on the year since – not so much.
Even with a few losing months, you won’t put too much of a dent in a 100pt bank. This is probably not enough of an advantage to justify those high priced fees.
BetSence Review Advantages
There are other advantages though. There is enough going on here to keep you interested. there are enough bets each day to give you regular winners, and the accumulators give you the potential of a big winner from time to time.
BetSence Review Disadvantages
There’s just not enough of them. While putting bets on is never too much of a faff, these are as close as it gets. The fees you’re paying to do this are far to high and appear to be based on a strong start and not on the mediocre results since.
BetSence Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
This service gives you a bit of everything, but not enough of the bits that really count. You’ve got variation and interest, and it really feels like you’re doing something when you put these bets on.
You don’t, at present (or for the last year) get enough back for what you’re putting in. For that reason, I think your time and money would be better spent elsewhere. Don’t get me wrong, over the course of a year you should end up with more money than you started with (even after those fees).
But, there are just so many better options out there currently so you would be better off taking one of those.