4 big-priced winners out of 6 selections this weekend, means this Cyber Monday deal shouldn’t be missed! Grab your first month’s subscription with Bet Alchemist for just £1.00! 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 two years now, it’s a service I’m happy to recommend!
Black Friday Rewards!
Those that took up the £1.00 offer last week have enjoyed a fantastic weekend of results, with 4 winners from 6 selections.
All 4 winners came home at big prices too; Walk To Freedom (20/1), Tous Est Permis (9/1), Paisley Park (11/2) and Black Mischief (6/1).
This was an exceptional weekend of results, so don’t miss out on your chance to get involved at this one-time bargain price!
£1 for the first month (97% off)
Until Monday 26th November 2018, Nicky is offering his Bet Alchemist service for just £1.00 for the first month!
The National Hunt season gets well under way in November with the Betfair Chase at Haydock, the JNWine Champion Chase at Down Royal and the BetVictor Gold Cup at Cheltenham. Then there’s the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury and the Fortria Chase at Navan, followed by the Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury.
Looking ahead to December, there are four glorious days at Leopardstown for the Christmas Festival and the prestigious King George VI Chase on Boxing Day at Kempton. December also sees the International Hurdle at Cheltenham and the Becher Chase at Aintree, followed later by the Welsh Grand National at Chepstow.
That’s before we turn our attention towards the Cheltenham Festival in March and then a month later, the Grand National at Aintree, the Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse and the Scottish Grand National at Ayr.
That’s a whole lot of racing in addition to Nicky’s usual weekend selections!
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.
A profitable 2017/18 jumps season
Nicky followed up profit points totals of 74.07 (2015/16) and 58.78 (2016/17) with a tidy 44.12 points profit in 2017/18.
That included some big-priced winners; Neverusachon (8/1), Kemboy (6/1), A Great View (9/1), Ultragold (16/1), Kildisart (7/1), Le Prezien (16/1), Blue Berry (28/1), Rathvinden (7/1), Summerville Boy (12/1), Waiting Patiently (9/4), Moulin A Vent (7/2), Wakanda (9/1), Doctor Phoenix (13/2), Buywise (20/1), Raz De Maree (25/1), Ballyhill (9/1), Emperor’s Choice (6/1), Gino Trail (7/2), Lil Rockerfeller (7/2), Sam Spinner (9/1), Go Conquer (7/1), Exitas (14/1), Top Of The Ra (16/1) and Court Minstrel (16/1).
Bet Alchemist has a proven track record
Like many of you, I’m always looking for new ways to make money, so a couple of years ago I thought I would try following a tipster.
I can’t speak highly enough of Bet Alchemist. It’s a professional service that has bagged 283.60 points profit since January 2016. At £10.00 stakes, that’s a profit of £2,836.00, minus subscription fees.
This is not a get rich quick scheme. It’s about consistently taking value and being profitable in the long run. If you’re not willing to commit long-term, it’s not the service for you.
I won’t waffle on much more here, as you can find out more about the service and my experience in my Bet Alchemist Review.
Bet Alchemist Pricing plans
Nicky has kindly agreed to offer a discount for Matched Betting Blog followers.
Subscriptions are available on a monthly (£30 instead of £39), quarterly (£79 instead of £95) and semi-annual basis, with the latter offering the best value for money at just £25.00 per month. All prices are fixed for the lifetime of your membership.
If you’re undecided on whether to give them a go, there are a couple of free options to whet your appetite.
Nicky offers a free tips service where you’ll receive his selections for the big Saturday handicaps.
There is also a £1,000 to £5,000 challenge where Nicky attempts to help us grow our starting balance 5 times over across a 12 month period. Nicky came up short with his first attempt, finishing with a balance of £1,937 and a profit of £937, which isn’t bad at all for a free service!
His second attempt didn’t go quite so well, twice reaching the £1,639 mark before falling back down to the starting balance.
After conducting a survey with his subscribers, a small subscription fee has been introduced for Nicky’s third attempt. This should enable him to commit more time to providing a winning service.
Bet Alchemist is a great string for anyone to add to their moneymaking bow. I certainly wouldn’t be recommending it if it wasn’t.
I’ll look forward to the National Hunt season and to hopefully topping up my 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 National Hunt Season 2018/19. 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.
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