Get free tips for the entire NFL season

In addition to our premium services, we’ve always felt that it’s important to give you quality free content here at the Bet Chat and that’s why this season we will once again be running our NFL tips service, The Snap, and why once again it will be completely free of charge!

Russell Yershon is the expert at the helm, and he knows his onions. In fact, he’s even been featured on both Bloomberg, and Reuters TV.

Last season’s service produced an overall profit despite a slow start, with the ante-post tips doing especially well, and today we’re releasing the first of this season’s ante-post tips…

You can access them by clicking here.

Russ has also put together a couple of videos covering the tips which you can watch by clicking the videos below.

One thing that you may have missed is that Russ is actually providing Bet Chat readers with completely free tips for the entire season!

The season kicks-off this Thursday and, in order to get those free tips, all you have to do is join the service Telegram group by clicking this link.

I hope you enjoy the service which will cover the entirety of the NFL season, right through to the Super Bowl in February. As ever, if you have any questions just let us know by either messaging on the Telegram group or emailing clients@thebetchat.com.

I hope you enjoy the selections and, of course, make a healthy profit!

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