The Jumps Season 2020/21 is underway as the Flat Season draws to a close and here’s an offer that’s not to be missed! Sign up with horse racing tipster, Bet Alchemist and get your 1st month of membership for just £1.00!
What is Bet Alchemist?
Bet Alchemist is a horse racing tipster service, run by Nicky Doyle, who specialises in each way value bets.
Having followed his tips for over four years, it’s a service I’m more than happy to recommend.
I’ll keep this post brief, but for more information about the service and how it works, please see my Bet Alchemist Review.
What’s on offer?
Nicky is giving you the chance to get your first month of membership for just £1.00!
If you sign up before the action gets underway on Friday, your first month will include the Cheltenham Showcase & November Meetings, Down Royal Festival, Navan Troytown Meeting, plus all the other weekend fixtures with the racing action now coming thick and fast.
It’s a great offer and one that underlines Nicky’s confidence in his Bet Alchemist service, which has made an average of 85 points profit over the 8 year’s it’s been running.
For a limited time only, you can get your first month with Bet Alchemist for just £1.00!
Subscriptions thereafter are available on a monthly (£30), quarterly (£79), semi-annual (£150) and annual (£240) basis with the latter offering the best value for money at just £20.00 per month.
All prices are fixed for the lifetime of your membership and you can cancel anytime.
If you’re undecided on whether to give the service a go, there is a free option to whet your appetite.
Nicky offers a free tips service where you’ll receive his weekly selections for the big Saturday handicaps.
Each way value betting is not a ‘get rich quick’ scheme. Instead, we make long-term profits by consistently betting on horses that are overpriced.
Bet Alchemist is a great string for anyone to add to their moneymaking bow.
It’s a service that’s served me well and I hope some of you guys give it a go and add to your matched betting profits with some value betting on the horses!
NOTE: This post was originally published prior to the Cheltenham Festival 2017 and has been edited ahead of the 2020/21 Jumps Season. Therefore, please feel free to scroll down through the comments section below as it has plenty of frequently asked questions with answers and reviews of the service from other users.