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Expires Today! $3 Per Head Promo at PayPerHead.com

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Sep/07/2015
$3 Per Head Promo at PayPerHead.com – Just 5 Days Left!

Check out the price per head promo that was just announced from payperhead.com.

For a limited time, you only pay $3 per head for August, September and October for their standard plan.

Not sure what’s included in the standard plan?

How about 24/7 online wagering, select casino and horse profile, online agent support 24/7, state of the art DDOS protection, free data migration, quick moving market sharp lines and more. They also have the most payment deposit methods which include BitCoin, Skrill, Credit Cards and Wire Transfer.

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