Top Pay Per Head for Bookies, Agents in Jacksonville

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Jacksonville is Florida's largest city and their NFL team has finally turned things around, resulting in bookies and agents alike requiring the best Pay Per Head in the business. 

A top pay per head servicing the Jacksonville area is TopPayPerHead.com.

TopPayPerHead.com is a full service Pay Per Head Solution being offered at just $4 per head or less.  LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING is available.

Bookies and agents get to expand their revenue stream in 2018 with the Jaguars advancing to the 2018 AFC Conference Championship game against the New England Patriots.

Local bookies would have claimed a profit as opposed to a loss this season using a Pay Per Head service as Jacksonville has gone 9-7 Against The Spread.  Loss leaders like LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING and an online casino would have ensured a small profit up to this point.  Without the backing of a PPH, local books will most certainly be in the red.

The Jags were 90-1 long shots to win Super Bowl 52 prior to the start of this season.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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