We have come to the end of our three month trial of Free Super Tips and here are the final results:
|Profit/loss:||-53 points* (+ successful £10 to £1,000 challenge)|
|Average number of tips:||6 per day [football]|
* results based on Accumulators, BTTS, BTTS & Win & Daily Double bets.
Free Super Tips Full Review
The first thing we would say about Free Super Tips is that it has not been an easy service to review.
There are so many tips posted on the site that it would be very difficult to follow them all. We have focused on the football bets and excluded the American sports, tennis and golf tips.
And even when talking about the football bets, we have focused on four of the main types of bets: Accumulator bets, Both Teams to Score (BTTS) accas, Both Teams to Score & Win and Daily Doubles, plus the “£10 to £1,000” Challenge.
Whilst the main accumulator bets finished in a loss of 53 points, they did land one of their “£10 to £1,000” Challenges over the trial, which was impressive.
So on that basis, we think a fair rating is neutral in that following all their bets to £10 stakes probably would have left you with a small profit when you take into account the other £10 to £1,000 challenges that lost.
The nice thing about the website of course is that all tips are free, which is refreshing in this age of some very overpriced tipsters.
Plus everything is very nicely presented and there are quick click-throughs to bet slips with Bet 365 below the tips.
Ease of use: It all depends on how many of their tips you want to follow. If you want to follow all of them, then this would be a time-consuming process as there are a large number of tips, plus quite a lot of them are accumulators which take more time to place than individual bets.
Availability of prices: The prices are generally widely available, although there are some more niche bets in obscure leagues where odds can be pushed in, but the most of the time you should be ok to match their prices.
Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 13% so you will need some patience if you are following their various accumulator bets.
Advised Betting Bank: A betting bank is not advised for the service but we used a 200 point bank for the trial given the kinds of odds they tip at. Of course you may want to use separate banks for each of the types of bets you follow.
Subscription costs: This is the good news: FREE!
OVERALL VERDICT: NEUTRAL
Free Super Tips is quite a novel website that provides a large number of tips, focused mainly on football but also including other sports as well.
They provide lots of different accumulator bets, meaning you would need a decent sized bank to follow these tips.
Unfortunately their football accumulator tips finished in a 53 point loss over the trial.
However, they did land one of their “£10 to £1,000 Challenges” over the trial as well, an impressive feat.
Overall, if you’d followed all the acca tips plus those Challenges, you would have a small profit, so we think a neutral rating is fair verdict for them.
The great thing is the tips are provided for free, which is good to see in this day and age.
This might be a service for you if you like the buzz of winning big accas and the like.
Free Super Tips – Results Update
1st March 2016
Our trial of Free Super Tips had started off very well but sadly things have gone somewhat south for them recently.
They have dropped 59 points since our last update just over a month ago.
That puts them at -45 points for the trial overall.
We would stress that this is just covering their football accumulators and not their tips on US sports, tennis or golf.
Just covering their football accumulator tips has been quite a lot of work, so we can’t imagine what it must be like to follow every one of their tips!
Anyway, let’s hope for a couple of big winners before the end of the trial to get things back into the positive.
Free Super Tips – Results Update
26th January 2016
There has been a small loss for Free Super Tips since our last update a few weeks ago. They have dropped 11 points in that time to stand at +14 points for our trial overall.
The results take into account their various football betting tips including the regular accumulators, the BTS accas, the BTS & Win accas and the Daily Doubles.
However recently they have also landed one of their “£10 to £1,000” Challenges. This is basically where they start with £10 and then with each bet they place their stake and winnings onto the next bet, so the stake becomes progressively larger until you are betting a few hundred quid at the end.
Once you reach the £1,000 then the challenge is done and you start again. We weren’t proofing these at the beginning but there were bet slips on the website showing the bets so we are fairly sure it was genuine. We will be proofing the £10 to £1,000 Challenges from now on.
So overall this looks like a promising service, particularly as it is free.
Back soon with more updates.
Free Super Tips – Results Update
30th December 2015
It has been a good start to our trial of Free Super Tips, who are +25 points in profit so far after nearly a month of tipping.
They tip only in accumulators and have a variety of different categories they provide selections in. So for example there are match betting and over/under accumulators, BTTS (both teams to score) and BTTS & Win accumulators, as well as daily doubles.
They have landed three nice accas so far, at odds of 35/1, 51/1 & 22/1. Two of those have been in the BTTS markets and one in the BTTS & Win market, so that seems to be their specialism based on the evidence so far.
We have only been recording their football tips, but they also tip in American sports including NBA, NHL and College football.
A good start so far and always nice to see a service that provides free tips. Let’s see how things go for them over the next two months.
Free Super Tips – New Review
11th November 2015
We always welcome a service that provides free tips here at Honest Betting Reviews, given the extortionate prices that some tipsters feel justified in charging.
So we are pleased to commence a trial of Free Super Tips, a website offering free tips on football. They offer tips primarily on televised matches and big games, with daily doubles and accumulators as well.
They provide full match previews for the big games, with comprehensive stats and analysis. As ever though, the key thing is the results they produce, so we will be interested to see how they get on during our trial.
There are no results published on the website, which can be a worrying sign but does not always indicate that a service isn’t profitable. Probably worse than that is a service that claims great results that seem too good to be true – normally they are!
Anyway, with detailed match previews and the use of statistics, it appears they have a solid grounding on which to build a potentially profitable service.
And as we say, it is nice to come across a service that offers its tips for free. If their tips are anything like as good as another free service we are trialing at the moment in the form of Betting Bias, then they will be doing well.
We will run our normal three month trial and see how they get on. Please check back here for results updates as the trial progresses.