Pay Per Head Directory: 2013 NFL and College Football Season

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/04/2013
Pay Per Head Directory:  2013 NFL and College Football Season

The Gambling911.com Pay Per Head Directory for the 2013 NFL and College Football Season is here.  These are some of the best PPH’s in the business, some of whom we have dealt with for years.

Pay Per Head operations allow local bookmakers to contract out all record keeping and online services.  Just sit back and collect!  PPH operators are all based offshore. 

 

PayPerHead.com – (1-888-978-0288) - Endorsed by Johnny Sack from “The Sopranos”, played by Vince Curatola.  Plans starting a $5 per head. Live in-game betting is available.  Massive menu of wagering options to choose from on most American sports and a wide variety of international sports as well.  Horse racing, casino and poker.

 

BookiePPH.com – (1-855-774-2665) – Your own personalized website. Horse racing, casino and mobile available.  Pricing as low as $5. Bookiepph does not fight against the massive companies who want to pressure every single cent out of you and place fees on every service no matter how small or important.  We’ve known Dave and the gang over there for years so give them a shot!

 

AcePerHead.com – (1-800-909-5193) - $10 per head (but negotiable).  Full control, change the lines, edit the board or let AcePerHead do it for you. AcePerHead imports your settings.  Full service sportsbook with customized lines. If a player doesn’t bet, you don’t pay.  Horse racing available.  Online casino.  Personal account rep.

 

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