The Betting Gods Tipsters have been making plenty of punters money ever since Betting Gods opened its doors over two years ago to an army of action-hungry punters, but one of the questions that many new Betting Gods recruits have been asking recently is – what should I do with my winnings? So here are four options:
Stick Them In A Savings Account
There’s nothing wrong with saving for a rainy day, but with interest rates paying averagely less than 1% it’s hardly worth the bother – and there surely has to be more exciting alternatives.
There’s nothing wrong with treating yourself with your winnings. If your original goal was to win a certain amount of money to spend on a treat such as a holiday to Benidorm, then it’s time to take a trip to your local travel agent and book one. However, if your chosen tipster is doing so well that you’ve suddenly decided that a future trip to the Bahamas is looking much more appealing than a fun fortnight in Benidorm, then here’s a couple of ways to get there quicker you might not have previously considered.
Increase Your Stake And Betting Bank
All Betting Gods Tipster Results are produced to a £10 stake per point – but that doesn’t mean you have to stick to that staking plan. For example, if you’ve successfully increased your betting bank from £1,000 to £2,000, it could be time to increase your stake per point to £20 with a view of growing your betting bank even more quickly. If you then later increase your betting bank to £3,000, you can then increase your stake per point to £30, and so on. This “all eggs in one basket” approach does come with the obvious risk of a potential losing run but, this is one of the ways of potentially increasing your betting bank more quickly. However…there may be an even better alternative.
Subscribe To An Additional Tipster
The other possible way of increasing your betting bank more quickly is to consider using your winnings as a secondary betting bank, one that could be used to fund adding another Betting Gods Tipster to your punting portfolio.
Did you know that 11 of the 12 Betting Gods horse racing tipsters produced a profit in September, with profits ranging from 11 points to 76 points. And, as average monthly profits range from £87 to £447, and average return on investments (ROI) range from 5% to 30% – this option has to be much better than sticking it in the bank.
Twice the action could mean double the fun – and, hopefully, double the profits!