A Common Mistake Made When Picking A Tipster

Are you a price buyer?

A price buyer is someone who’s sole concern is paying the lowest price possible without considering the quality of the product or service they are buying.

When it comes to picking a tipster, a lot of people look for the tipsters charging the lowest prices.

The range of prices tipsters charge is all over the place. You will find some tipsters charging in excess of £100 a month for their tips, and you will also find some tipsters who give their tips away for free. (You you can imagine how good they are)

So which option is the best to go for?

The premium priced tipster, or their bargain basement counterparts?

It all depends on your goals and your budget.

If you just view a tipster as someone who advises bets, and doesn’t put a whole lot of research into their selections – then by all means follow a dirt cheap (or free) tipster.

But they’re usually dirt cheap for a reason and you get what you pay for.

On the other hand, if you want to follow a tipster who produces decent results – and you want to follow a tipster with the aim of making money – then you probably won’t go with a tipster who has years of experience, a deep knowledge, and a long track record of making money with their tips.

And if you want to get that, you’re going to have to pay for it.

But you shouldn’t think of it as an expense.

Paying to receive tips from a proven tipster is more like an investment. Wouldn’t you agree?

So what are you looking for in a tipster?

Are you looking for a dirt cheap tipster who’s results are no better than someone betting at random?

Or are you looking for an experienced tipster who’s tips will pull in a consistent profit over the long term?

If you’re looking for the latter, you should consider subscribing to one or more of the tipsters I recommend.

You can view them all, along with their results at the link below:


There isn’t much that someone can’t make a little bit poorer, and a little bit cheaper and the people that buy products and services solely on price are that persons willing victim.

Until next time,
Kenny Turnbull