Payment Types


Discount packages

365 DAYS OF SERVICE
Buy Now Buy Now $1,895

$199 Instant Rebate Available for Current Package Players

 

2-Part Payment Plan Available at Time of Purchase

 

100 DAYS OF SERVICE
Buy Now Buy Now $979

$149 Instant Rebate Available for Current Package Players


2-Part Payment Plan Available at Time of Purchase

60 DAYS OF SERVICE
Buy Now Buy Now $829

$100 Instant Rebate Available for Current Package Players

30 DAYS OF SERVICE
Buy Now Buy Now $539

$50 Instant Rebate Available for Current Package Players


7 DAYS OF SERVICE
Buy Now Buy Now $209

UPGRADE DISCOUNTS
 
If you're coming off a 7-day or longer package, 
an Instant Rebate is Available on Qualifying Purchases 
of 30 Days or Longer
 
 
INSTANT REBATE AMOUNTS
 
Upgrade to a 30-Day Package - Get a $50 Rebate
 
Upgrade to a 60-Day Package - Get a $100 Rebate
 
Upgrade to a 100-Day Package - Get a $149 Rebate
 
Upgrade to a 365-Day Package - Get a $199 Rebate
 

 

Two Payment Option Available
on any Package of 100 Days or More


Buy Flexi-Pass

Brad Wilton's Rating System

The No. 1 mistake gamblers make?

They worry too much about win/loss percentages.

Gamblers often just don't understand that the win/loss percentage is 100% inconsequential because every play - at least in my case and for all the handicappers here at this site - is rated for money-management purposes.

If you ever come across a handicapper who refuses to rate his plays, my advice is to RUN because more than likely he's a con man.

Personally, I use a weighted scale - ranging from 10 dimes to 100 dimes - to rate my releases.
 
This rating system not only defines my success in terms of net profit at the end of the day, week, month or season, but it also gives you an idea of how strong each release is and how you should play it.
 
Two simple things to remember:
 
      1) In terms of ratings, a 50 dime play is obviously twice as strong
          as a 25 dime play; five times stronger than a 10 dime release.
 
      2) Base the size of your wagers on the percentage of your total
          bankroll for a given day.
 
To explain that second rule a bit further, let's say you've got $100 to play with on a Monday night and I've got a 40 dime play on the football game's side plus a 10 dime release on the game's total. That's 50 dimes of action on the table versus $100 to invest. That means you've got $2 per dime to play ($100 divided by 50 dimes). So, you would wager $80 on my side selection and $20 on the total.
 
The biggest advantage to this easy concept: You never get in over your head by betting more than you have in your pocket.

Who is Brad Wilton?

My family moved from Macon, Georgia to Las Vegas when I was seven. 

You want to talk about future shock?

Growing up here as a kid, you went to school to learn about reading, writing and arithmetic, but on the streets you learned about gambling. Everyone was seemingly doing it. Ponies. Poker, Sports. Friends and family alike. And unlike other places in this country, there wasn't the f&?ing moral majority police telling you how bad it was.

No surprise, I guess you would say, that I was playing poker before puberty hit. Betting pro and college sports was just a natural progression. And I've been doing it LONG before I lost my hair. Trust me on that one!

If you ask me, being here in Vegas in the gambling mecca of the world, watching the city grow and going along for the gambling ride of your life, is key to making a living betting on spots. The clock didn't strike midnight for my 21st birthday before I was making a beeline to the old Stardust to place my first bet "legally." It was run down even then, but what a place. Such a shame that it's nothing but a memory and empty lot with half-started buildings now.

At the Stardust I got an education because that's where the veteran gamblers here in Vegas always hung out. Remember, sportsbooks back in those days weren't the glamour palaces they are now. These were guys that were so much older than me, but I learned my lessons well by listening to what they said about spotting bad numbers and the factors that influence prices on games.

Unlike those old-timers, I had the advantage of using the wonderful worldwide web. The Internet gave me access to every team in the country, allowing me to read about them and watch many of their games online. It's not unusual for me to spend a good six hours a day scouring team websites and reading about teams in local newspapers. But that research is often the difference between making money and losing it. 
 
You can't make that commitment on a daily basis. I understand that. But that's what my job is and that's how I make money for you and me both.

Free Pick Video
 
Flexi Pass
Help Charity Play of the Week Discount Picks
Featured Videos
Al DeMarco GM Videos Anthony Redd Videos Trace Adams Videos
Time Teams Score Stat Open Hilton Grande Carib CRIS Coast
NATIONAL LEAGUE, Thursday, July 27, 2017
12:05 PM 901 MIL (M Blazek -R)
902 WAS (M Scherzer -R)
2
15

FINAL
9u25
-295
8½o20
-300
8½o20
-280
8½o20
-305
9u25
-295
8½o20
-350
7:10 PM 903 CIN (R Stephenson -R)
904 MIA (C O'grady -L)
1
4
TOP
9th

-129
9½o25
-132
9½o20
-129
10o30
-130

-129
9½o15
-133
7:15 PM 905 ARI (Z Godley -R)
906 STL (L Weaver -R)
4
0
TOP
8th
-115
-117
8½o20
-114
9u30
-115
9u15
-115
-119
9u30
9:10 PM 907 NYM (C Flexen -R)
908 SDG (L Perdomo -R)
1
4
BOT
3rd
-119
9u25
-119
9u20
-115
9u20
-120
9u15
-119
9u25
-116
9
AMERICAN LEAGUE, Thursday, July 27, 2017
12:10 PM 909 LAA (J Ramirez -R)
910 CLE (T Bauer -R)
1
2

FINAL
9½u15
-160
9½u20
-149

-147
9½u15
-155
9½u15
-160
9½u15
-148
12:35 PM 911 OAK (S Manaea -L)
912 TOR (M Stroman -R)
4
8
IN 10
FINAL
8½o25
-192
9u25
-185
8½o25
-187
8½o15
-170
8½o25
-192
9u25
-195
7:05 PM 913 TAM (C Archer -R)
914 NYY (C Sabathia -L)
5
4
BOT
9th
9u20
-129
9u25
-133
9u35
-125
9u25
-130
9u20
-129
9u25
-130
INTERLEAGUE, Thursday, July 27, 2017
8:10 PM 915 CUB (J Lester -L)
916 CWS (M Pelfrey -R)
6
2
BOT
8th
-270
10u15
-270
10u15
-260
10
-260
10o20
-270
10u15
-300
10
NATIONAL LEAGUE, Friday, July 28, 2017
7:05 PM 951 ATL (J Teheran -R)
952 PHI (J Hellickson -R)
    -124
9o15
-120
9o20
 
 
-120
9o15
-124
9o15
-120
9
7:05 PM 953 COL (G Marquez -R)
954 WAS (T Roark -R)
    9½u15
-145
9½u20
-144
 
 
9½u20
-145
9½u15
-145
9½u15
-145
7:10 PM 955 CIN (S Romano -R)
956 MIA (V Worley -R)
    9½o15
-114

-114
 
 
9½o15
-110
9½o15
-114
9½o15
-113
8:10 PM 957 CUB (J Quintana -L)
958 MIL (B Suter -L)
    -155
9
-152
9o15
 
 
-155
9o15
-155
9
-155
9
8:15 PM 959 ARI (R Ray -L)
960 STL (M Wacha -R)
    8o20
-118
8o20
-115
 
 
8o20
-115
8o20
-118
8o25
-115
10:10 PM 961 SFO (M Moore -L)
962 LOS (A Wood -L)
    8
-276
8
-275
 
 
8
-275
8
-276
8o15
-290
10:10 PM 963 PIT (C Kuhl -R)
964 SDG (D Lamet -R)
    -111
8
-110
8o25
 
 
8o20
-110
-111
8½u15
-110
8o25
AMERICAN LEAGUE, Friday, July 28, 2017
7:05 PM 965 TAM (A Pruitt -R)
966 NYY (M Tanaka -R)
   
-180
9½u15
-174
 
 

-175

-180

-180
7:05 PM 967 Laa Undecided
968 TOR (J Happ -L)
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7:10 PM 969 KAN (J Vargas -L)
970 BOS (D Price -L)
    9
-175

-172
 
 

-175

-175

-180
7:10 PM 971 HOU (D Keuchel -L)
972 DET (J Zimmermann -R)
    -178
9½u20
-178
9½u20
 
 
-175
9½u20
-178
9½u20
-180
9½u20
8:05 PM 973 BAL (C Tillman -R)
974 TEX (A Cashner -R)
    11
-135
11o15
-132
 
 
11
-135
11
-135
11o15
-130
8:10 PM 975 CLE (D Salazar -R)
976 CWS (D Holland -L)
    -220
9½o15
-215
9½o15
 
 
-215
9½o15
-220
9½o15
-220
9½o20
10:05 PM 977 MIN (J Garcia -L)
978 OAK (D Gossett -R)
    -111
9o20
-108
9o20
 
 
9o20
-110
-111
9o20
-110
9o20
INTERLEAGUE, Friday, July 28, 2017
10:10 PM 979 NYM (R Montero -R)
980 SEA (A Miranda -L)
    9o20
-145
9½o15
-144
 
 
9½o15
-145
9½o15
-145
9½o15
-145
Copyright @ 2002 - 2017 Sports Info, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.
Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of the Sports Info, Inc. Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.