The Cross-Sport Parlays To Start 2018 Off With Profit

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Jan/04/2018

Pay per head agents can encourage action by promoting cross-sports parlays. Below, one of the best cross-sports parlays to promote this weekend is listed.

The goal is to make it difficult for players to hit. Check it out!

Saturday, Jan. 6

NFL Atlanta Falcons +6.5 at L.A.  Rams -6.5

So far, 47% favor the Falcons. 53% favor the Rams. This might be the most difficult NFL Wildcard Game to handicap this weekend.

Will the Falcons’ improved defense contain the highest-scoring team in the NFL?

NBA – Milwaukee Bucks at Washington Wizards

The Milwaukee Bucks are 9-7-1 against the spread in away games. The Washington Wizards are 7 and 11 against the spread in home games.

There’s no guarantee which way this game will go against the spread.

Sunday, Jan. 7

NFL – Buffalo Bills +9 at Jacksonville Jaguars -9

Buffalo is getting more love at +9 than the Jags are at -9. The Bills’ offense might be the perfect antidote to Jacksonville’s excellent defense.

This game should be a difficult one to handicap because it’s strength, Bills’ rushing attack, against strength, Jacksonville’s defense.

NBA – Atlanta Hawks at L.A. Lakers

Atlanta has gone 10-7-2 against the spread in away games this season. The Lakers are 8 and 10 ATS in home games this season.

The reason to add Hawks at Lakers on Jan. 7 is because there’s a good chance the Atlanta Hawks are favored.

If Atlanta is favored, the money should even out. It’s difficult to go against an NBA team at home against the spread.

NHL – St. Louis Blues at Washington Capitals

This should be the most competitive hockey game this weekend. Usually, it’s not a good idea for online bookie agents to add NHL games to cross-sports promoted parlays.

In this case, the Caps won’t be favored by all that much to beat the Blues at home. St. Louis is one of the better teams in NHL.

Monday, Jan. 8

College Football – Alabama -3.5 vs Georgia +3.5

Alabama opened as a -4.5 favorite. The line went from Bama -4.5 to Bama -4. At that point, 50% of handicappers were equally split on who covers the spread in this Monday’s College Football National Championship Game.

The line has dipped again to Bama -3.5. Right now, 51% favor Alabama. 49% favor the Georgia Bulldogs.

Add The Carrot To Cross Sport Parlays

The idea, as always is to add a carrot to promoted parlays. In this case, raising the parlay payout a single point should do the trick.

The suggestion is that pay per head agents promote at least a 4-team cross-sports parlay.

PayPerHead.com allows online bookies to have the freedom to adjust lines, and manage bets within a conveniently customizable dashboard. Parlays are tough to win, cross sport parlays are harder.

That’s why adding that carrot, by adjusting the lines, will help encourage action. That’s how pay per head agents ensure profit. 2018 is a new year for new profit and success.

If an agent doesn’t have a premium package for the New Year, they need to sign up for PayPerHead’s Prime Package.

This includes an array of exclusive tools and features that will help agents gain more profit and continue to grow their sportsbook.

Agents who sign-up PayPerHead’s Prime Package today can have it all for just $10 per head.

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