What types of bet do you advise?
Football-Bookmakers.com advises bets on UK and European matches
such as home win, away win or draw, over / under 2.5 goals
and also whether to 'lay' a selection to lose on a betting
exchange. Long-term markets, such as Premiership winner,
Next England manager etc are also advised occasionally.
However most of the advised bets are simple win or draw tips.
How and when are bets advised to subscribers?
All subscribers are held on a database and are contacted
by email in advance of the recommended games. Lately we have been
sending out weekly tips newsletters every friday morning.
Bets will be advised as far in advance of the day's kick-off
as possible. However, expect to receive advice up to one
day before the match kicks off in order to collect as much
information as possible prior to making a final selection.
However, since all bets can be placed online this relatively
short notice period should not cause a problem.
Do you recommend a starting bank?
In order to make the subscription (at no cost) worthwhile, subscribers
are advised to start off with a bank of 100 units, but are
of course free to start off with as much, or as little as
they feel comfortable to bet with.
Do you recommend a staking plan?
Football-Bookmakers.com stakes a percentage of the overall bank
(starting amount plus profits made) on each bet, usually
5% but different amounts can be advised depending on the
strength of the bet.
This method means a higher amount is placed during a winning
run, thus maximising profits, but it also protects the bank
by staking less when losing bets are endured.
Can I join for a trial period?
You don't have to pay for a full season's subscription
to access Football-Bookmakers.com's betting advice as our service
is free now! Previously you could receive bet advice on
a pay-per-tip basis via the
What if I lose?
As with all speculative transactions, i.e. gambling there
is always the possibility of losing.
By taking out a free subscription, or having opted in to the
previous SMS service, you agree that all betting advice is for information
purposes only and Football Bookmakers will not be held responsible
for any losses incurred by you as a direct result of acting
upon any received information.
Subscribers are encouraged and reminded to only bet what
they can effectively afford to lose.