And according to their website, the service has made over 1400 points profit over that period. That would be an impressive £14,000 to just £10 stakes.
Over the past 12 months, the service has maintained a steady return on investment of +27.04%.
Betting In The Know sends out tips for the next days racing each evening. These tips are sent via email and are also available in the members area of the BITK website.
All bets are advised to prices available at a number of major bookmakers.
On the odd occasion where the odds have been reduced shortly after the tips have been advised, Betting In The Know adjusts the odds they record the bet at downwards. So the advised odds on their website are easily achievable, and often beatable.
You can’t say fairer than that.
Betting In The Know Review
I had heard a lot of promising talk about Betting In The Know, so I decided to trial the service.
I started trialing the service on the 18th of November. Below are my results.
All results are recorded to the services advised odds, and at level stakes as a pose to the services advised stakes. This is to allow easy comparison between the results of this service and alternative services.
You can find details of how Betting In The Know would have performed with advised stakes in the stats below my results.
Betting In The Know Stats
The trial got off to a slow start with over 20 losing bets on the trot before I saw a winner. However, this was just a short term set back. After a couple of wins we were showing a profit again. And this profit continued to grow as the trial went on.
The service made a slightly larger profit when betting at advised stakes, compared to level stakes. However the ROI at advised stakes was marginally smaller.
How Much Does Betting In The Know Cost?
A subscription to Betting In The Know will cost you £9.99 for a 30 trial.
After the trial period is over, the price of membership to Betting In The Know is £34.99 a month.
Final Thoughts On Betting In The Know
Overall I was really impressed with Betting In The Know.
I really like the fact that the advised odds for their tips are easily achievable and often times beatable. There’s no need to get your bets on the very second the email arrives in order to get on at the right odds, which is the case with a lot of other tipsters.
Throughout the trial, the service did have a few losing spells. However, these are to be expected when your betting at average odds of 10/1. And in the case of BITK the wins clearly more than outweigh the losses.
Betting In The Know has proven itself to be a consistent and reliable service, and would make a great addition to your betting portfolio.