These tipsters run a few different pages. The main being a Twitter page where a few free bets are posted, and they also have member’s tips for those who will pay the fee. They kindly have passed on all of their bets to me for the week, and they don’t make bad reading, here’s how they got on.

Profit/Loss

  • Since I started reviewing, SASTipping have made a £284.20 profit

As you can tell they had a really solid week, and to be honest I very much enjoyed reviewing them. They tip on a variety of different leagues and also many different markets. Including the goals market, corners and match odds. A good start for me as I think variety keeps it interesting, and can also provide a different angle of attack. They tip mainly on football, but also include NHL bets, golf bets and a few other sports. Now what can you expect if you decide to join them?

They provide a detailed write up on why each selection was made. This will include the background of the game, and a variety of statistics which lead them to the final selection. The write ups are great to read and are accurate. It’s always good in my opinion to see the work has gone into the tips, and if you want it allows you to change up the bets a bit depending on how you interpret the information, which can certainly be a profitable approach to take. They also have a nice little feature for Saturday’s focusing on the big games. They will give a load of statistics on each of the teams and games, and the idea of this is to assist you with your bets, and for most people to make informed decisions when putting a weekend accumulator together. Alongside the good tipping I feel this is a very nice touch.

As for the week itself, as mentioned they did really well and made a healthy profit. The main chunk of this came from a 25/1 winner, on Dustin Johnson to be the first round winner at the PGA Championship. Great bet and it came off. However it is still worth noting, that had this not landed they would still be in profit for the week by £32.40. So either way it’s not looking too bad.

Final Verdict

All in all, after a great week I would recommend these to people. I really like the detailed write ups that they give with each selection, and I like the statistical analysis given at the weekends to assist people with their own decisions. The odds do vary, anywhere between 1.50-26.0, as do the leagues that are bet on. However it is evident that the hard work behind the scenes has gone into them. I would say your best bet is to follow their free page, and have a go at a few of their tips on that. This will give you a good feel of how they work, so you can see for yourself whether their premium tips are for you or not. Another positive is that they were more than happy to send me their premium tips when I asked, which I appreciate and at least shows us they are confident in the picks! They did a good job and have secured a solid rating of 7.