What is an Odds Checker/Comparison service?
Simply it allows you to compare the prices offered by a range of bookmakers and even sometimes betting exchanges.
Will I need to set up separate accounts?
Yes in nearly every case you will need to open a new account to place a bet with the bookmaker.
Should I use these services?
Betting successfully (i.e., consistently making a profit) is not easy at the best of times but so many punters make it even harder for themselves. Besttipping can help you by finding the best tipsters, but you still need then to ensure you find the best price quickly and this is the job of the odds comparison services.
Which service should I use?
We have listed below some of the main ones. Each has its own look and feel and to some extent it is what site you like best. Some will not list all the bookmakers so it is important to use the site that covers all the bookmakers and exchanges you want to use/have accounts with.
Fill in your email address and choose a password below to gain full access to the site (you will be sent a confirmation email):
We don't sell your data to others
We only take the minimum data required to provide the services (often just a name, password and email address), and will never sell this to a third-party.
Don't like emails?
We'll only send you emails regarding the services you ask for, plus the occasional update if you opt-in when confirming your email address. To change your notification settings, look under your Profile once you've signed up.
We don't do odd things with your data
We don't use any automated decision making software to track you, or move your data outside the EU without strong protections. We do back it up, keep it secure and keep payment records etc as required by law.
Leave at any time
If you ask us (there's a button under your Profile) we'll delete your data at any time, with the exception of payment data as required by law.
If you want more info about the data we hold, or want us to do something with it, you can always email us at email@example.com. If you have complaints about how we handle your data you're entitled to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office.