It’s about time we started to review some of the betting resources we link to on the internet. These won’t be in any particular order but just when we feel inspired! The one that’s taken our fancy today is AllInTips.com.
Allintips is a paid subscription based tipster service that sends football tips directly to your inbox. Don’t be put off by the name as they are certainly not advocating you go ‘all in’ on any of their tips! There are no full bank jobs for the professional minded bettor. Ever.
The site design is good and gives the feel of a professional approach. We’ve been following them for almost 3 months now and can verify the results for these months match those displayed on the website. We seem to have begun following during a bad spell and there has been no profit in the last 4 months but November does look like it will be profitable. Losses during the bad spell have been small during these months.
We have no reason to doubt the overall profitability of the service however and the overall results are solid without being extraordinary. Since the service started they have been sending the tips to Verifiedtipsters.com, Bet Rush and MyBigPartner.com
All results including the ones we’ve followed are displayed on the archive page of the website. You can see that the tips have come from over 30 European leagues and by clicking on each of them you can see the individual tipping record for them. The tips are often ones that you will have been unlikely to consider yourself.
The tips we’ve received have been a bit sparse and it’s not made obvious who they are tipping on the email. You can work the selection out from the odds themselves but we think this should be made much clearer and have fed this back to AllInTips.
Many people begrudge paying for tips especially ones which are often odds on (less than even money) but profitable services are hard to come by and any service that shows 10% ROI is pretty good.
Remember that just because the tips are often at short odds doesn’t mean you risk too much of your bank on these bets. AllInTips themselves recommend no more than 5% of your bankroll on each tip and it’s pleasing to us to see sensible advice like this.
Betting large amounts on shorter priced selections like these and coming out in the green could lead to closure of your account with some bookmakers and it is advised that you use exchanges like Betfair and Betdaq or Pinnacle Sports for placing these kind of bets.
AllInTips costs 49.00 euros per month which the site claims to work out at 5 euros per tip. Tips number shave been much smaller in recent months and the cost per tip has been more. They say they guarantee 5 picks per month but October only contained 4 tips and the records show that July also only contained 4 tips. This is also something we have also fed back to AllInTips.
We would advise to see how the service continues for a few more months before diving in and subscribing considering there has been 4 losing months in a row. A handful of tips in a month isn’t a brilliant return on your dough but these tips are profitable overall and might be worth adding to your portfolio. If you do choose to subscribe, AllInTips will give you an extra month free if you don’t make a profit during your first month.