In this Treble Tips review, I’ll be looking at this football tipping service that focuses on low priced trebles. I’ll be finding out if this is going to be your new favourite way of making money or just an over-hyped gimmick?
What is Treble Tips?
The first thing I have to say is – don’t be put off by the website. It really does have every cliché in the book. You’ll see phrases like ‘Just minutes a day’, ‘beat the bookies’ there’s even an ‘it’s not your fault’ in there. I’ve seen pages like this a 1000 times, you will have seen then almost as many yourself.
Don’t switch off though, because if you look closer you’ll see that what you’ll be getting isn’t either cliché or hypey. It looks like it could be clever, sensible and make you some steady money.
Betting on Manchester City to beat Aston Villa in the 19/20 season isn’t going to set too many pulses racing, or make you too much money. Combining that with two other likely outcomes as a treble to give you total odds of between 2 and 3, isn’t that exciting either, but with a decent strike rate will make you money over time.
That’s what this service is based on and looking at results, it does seem to work. What I’m trying to find out here is it’s the best use of your time and money.
How does Treble Tips Work?
This service concentrates on weekends so you’ll have between 3 and 6 trebles to place when they arrive on Friday morning. The odds are, as I’ve mentioned above, not astronomical. The tipster is looking for value here so they’re not just picking 3 dead certs and hoping for the best.
There are straight winners in these trebles as you would expect. There’s also the usual over/under goals as well as backing a team to win or draw. You’ll be staking 5 points each time to make it worth doing, but this means you could have 30pts riding on the weekend’s fixtures.
How long does Treble Tips take to set up?
You’ll need to get signed up first though, You can do this using one of the many buy buttons on the site. Once you’ve filled in the Clickbank order form you’ll get everything you need via email. As you’re paying via Clickbank you’ll get a 60-day money-back guarantee, and no problems if you want to cancel.
Before you sit back and wait for the first load of tips to arrive, you might want to dust off a few bookies accounts you might not have used for a while. While I was looking at this service, I saw tips for Unibet, Boyles, Bet365, Betway and Betfred amongst others. There were even bets for BetVictor (so there must be at least one person they haven’t gubbed).
The bets aren’t available at these bookies only, but these are where the tipsters have identified the best value. If you’ve gone around and ‘bagged’ a bonus or two before, you’ll probably have accounts with these already. But, you don’t want to miss out on a winner because you’re waiting for a password reset email so better to get it done now.
How long does it take to use Treble Tips?
If you’ve got that done, this shouldn’t take you long. As you know, placing a treble is not complicated, and usually just involves ticking a box at the bottom of your slip. Even allowing a couple of minutes for each treble, you’ll have this done and dusted in 15 minutes.
If the odds are no longer available, you might have to look elsewhere which will take you a bit longer. For obvious reasons, doing this on the exchanges is a bit of a non-starter.
How much can you make with Treble Tips?
Lower odds normally mean low profits, unless you have an excellent strike rate. Given the number of variables (and as we all know the best team doesn’t always win), a 60% strike rate means this tipster knows their trade, and the profits are pretty good.
You’ll read on the website that you could have made over £20,000. That is, however, at £100/pt. As that is beyond most people, I’m going to use the more credible £10/pt used by a lot of other tipsters.
That will still give you £2000 though (well £2082 at the time I’m writing this) which is just over £200 for the ten months this service has been running. This isn’t too shabby and with the 60% strike rate, you aren’t going to get any long losing runs.
How much does Treble Tips cost?
I usually see fees that are between 10-15% of your average monthly profits as good value, so the £14.95 you’ll be paying here makes this a bit of a bargain. There is an offer at the moment to get a year for £67 which would make it even better value.
The 100pt starting bank is another reason I’m working with the usual £10/pt instead of £100. We’re all used to a £1000 bank, but £10,000? Not for me or many people reading this. I’m sure somebody with deep pockets is doing this at £100/pt and doing very nicely out of it.
With 30-40 pts in the mix each weekend you wouldn’t want much less than 100pts in reserve though.
Treble Tips Review Advantages
This is 15 minutes on a Friday morning for what is basically £200 each month. While you wouldn’t give this to a beginner, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to do this either.
The fees are drop in the ocean and this lends itself to compounding if you have bigger aims than just £200 a month.
Treble Tips Review Disadvantages
There’s not much wrong with this except the number of bookies you’d need to keep topped up to do this well. It might be a bit more mucking about than some people are used too and anyone wanting a big win better not be holding their breath.
Treble Tips Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
Big winners are not what this service is about, which is why it uses some daft numbers on the website to catch your eye. If anything, this service is the opposite of what you’re seeing there. I don’t want to use the phrase ‘grown-up’ but that’s the only one that really applies to this service.
If you want the big thrills and big wins (and the big losses that come with them) then this is not for you, no matter what the website says.
If you’re into the idea of £200 a month for the minimum of hassle or a tipping service where you can steadily compound a large bank without paying a fortune in fees, this is for you.