You’ve Got To Pay To Play

I get the odd email, every now then, with someone complaining about the prices tipsters are charging.

Why do they email me?

Who knows?

Maybe they’re looking for sympathy.

But they won’t find any from me.

It’s of my opinion, that If you want the best, you’ve got to be willing to pay for the best.

And for the quality of the tips that some tipsters are putting out, I honestly believe that you’re getting a real bargain.

In fact, I’ve seen worse tipsters charge far higher prices than any of the tipster I recommend.

Now obviously, you have to take into consideration how much money you can afford to stake on each bet, and whether the amount of money you can expect to make by betting at those stakes would be more than enough to cover the subscription.

Even then, most tipsters offer discounts for longer subscriptions, which will reduce the overall monthly cost.

And if the monthly subscription price is still to high for you, even with the discount, you should focus on putting a larger betting bankroll together before you get started following a tipster.

There is no point following a sub-standard tipster, just because they’re cheap.

But if you’ve already got a decent sized betting bankroll set aside, and you’re want to make that bankroll grow, you can find some tipsters that are worth following here:

Until next time,
Kenny Turnbull