I’ve been asked to put something together to address the differentials between accumulator betting and singles betting, so below is what I’ve come up with to try and help the betting world make progress! In essence, I think that there is room for both accumulators and singles in football betting, as long as the bettor understands that accumulators are there for fun, not specifically to make money.
Why would a football tipster website want to talk to you about the Cheltenham Festival? Well just because football is the best sport on the planet doesn't mean that folk don't enjoy betting on other sports.
If you’ve been a punter betting on your favourite events in the last decade, you’ll already know how hard it was to keep going to the shops to put bets on, or to claim your winnings when events were finished.
2016 has been an interesting year for The Footy Tipster and I wanted to write a very quick post thanking you all for sticking with us! Over the course of the year we've been able to; Redesign the website, making it faster and easier for more people to use Reduce the cost of membership by removing VAT Accept card payments without needing a PayPal account Unfortunately we had to stop accepting Western Union payments due to an incredibly high amount of time wasting happening Allowed tips to be sorted by kick off time (thanks to several users who suggested this) Launched a personal tips section A load of other stuff which I should have written down at the time! We couldn't have done any of it without the continued support of our members and visitors.
Bear in mind that this tournament becomes more interesting at this stage of the season as teams have a pretty good idea of where they’re going to finish in their domestic leagues, and some will start to prioritise this competition.