How To Make More Cash During The Holidays: Matchups To Consider This Dec.

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This December, online bookies can use pay per head sportsbook software to make plenty of cash. It starts with college football bowl games and the NFL, but bookies can also make a profit on other leagues that are heating up.

Check some highlights during the holiday month of December that should lead to plenty of profit.

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Promote All College Football Bowl Games

39 College Football Bowl games take place from Saturday, Dec. 15 to Jan. 1. Those 39 Bowl games don’t count the two College Football Playoff Semifinal games between Alabama and Oklahoma and Notre Dame and Clemson.

Pay per head agents should promote all College Football Bowl games. The best way to do this is to promote games in blocks. For example, on Dec. 15, the following bowls take place:

  • AutoNation Cure Bowl: Tulane vs Louisiana
  • Gildan New Mexico Bowl: North Texas vs #21 Utah State
  • Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl:#21 Fresno State vs Arizona State
  • Raycom Media Camellia Bowl: Georgia Southern vs Eastern Michigan
  • R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl:Middle Tennessee vs Appalachian State

It might be a good idea for bookies to set up promoted parlays to gain action. A 5-Team promoted parlay of the 5-Bowl games listed here should drive plenty more action than if agents just waited for bettors to individually wager on these matchups.

NFL Gets Hot – Take Advantage

It’s crunch time in the NFL. Set up promoted parlays each week, send out notices about specific games, educate yourself about which teams are in must-win situations.

The NFL Playoff fields will be set before the end of December. Take advantage right now.

Don’t Forget NBA, NHL, EPL, and College Hoops

It’s important to not forget about the NBA, NHL, and College Hoops. Already, teams are playing games that could affect seeding in the March Madness NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament.

It’s not too late to consider March Madness betting.

NHL’s difficult to promote because most U.S. bettors don’t pay attention to hockey until playoff time. To promote NHL, along with something like English Premier League soccer matches, bookies can set up parlays specifically involving NHL and EPL games. Those agents must make sure they attach bonus payout odds to any promoted parlays.

The NBA runs it’s usual slate of excellent nationally broadcast Christmas Day matchups:

  • Milwaukee Bucks at New York Knicks
  • Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets
  • Philadelphia 76ers at Boston Celtics
  • L.A. Lakers at Golden State Warriors
  • Portland Trailblazers at Utah Jazz

That’s a 5-team NBA only promoted parlay that per head agents can use to drum up massive action. Not much else is going on this Dec. 25.

Utilize the NBA to garner holiday action.

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