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The Daily Bargain Review

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About The Daily Bargain:

The Daily Bargain (from Steve Jones at CD Systems UK) is a horse racing tipster service, backing a horse in a single race as a nap bet, with a second selection as an NB bet (next best). Let’s start off with the basics.

My 6 Month Review:

The Daily Bargain is one of a number of tipster services run by Steve Jones.

It is a relatively trouble-free service, in that there is only one main bet each day, along with a next-best (NB) bet.

It must be said that the NB bets are not recorded in the official results.

Here are the life-time results of the service:

Daily Bargain: Key Statistics (2017-2021): To 6 Jun 2021

Total Bets: 1427
Wins: 197
Strike %: 13.81%
Level Stake Profit (pts): +500.47 pts
Level Stake Profit (£20 win): +£10,009.40
Return On Investment (ROI): 35.07%
Bank Balance (50 pts start): 550.47 pts
Bank Growth: +1,000.94%

My 6th month trial began on November 1st 2020.

November 2020 saw a 32.95 point profit.

The next 2 months saw 6.4 and 14.2 point losses.

February, March, April and May 2021 were excellent , seeing 17.4, 3.46, 17 and 62.43 points profit.

Overall Summary:

The Daily Bargain will suit you if all you want is simplicity. One nap bet a day . That’s it. No further complications. The Daily Bargain is a tipster service with very few headaches. There are rare losing months. Long term performance is excellent. At £30 per month, this is good value for money. There are incentives for longer subscribing.

You can start a risk-free trial of The Daily Bargain here

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