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Pay Per Head Ace Now Accepting Amazon Gift Cards For Payments

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jan/05/2018

It can often be very nerve racking when trying to find a per head bookie service, and you should always pick the one that fits your individual needs the best. Obviously, there are various important things to always consider when choosing a PPH website, such as the strength of the lines, the price of the service, the reliability of the service and the customer service. However, another important deciding factor is how the price per head website actually accepts payments from agents because if they only accept methods such as Money Gram and Western Union, it can be a huge hassle every time a payment is required to be sent.

Not only does AcePerHead.com accept various payment options like prepaid Vanilla gift cards, thru Visa, and MasterCard, and cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ether, and Litecoin, but now they have just introduced a brand new option that might be even easier and more convenient than their current options. The latest payment option to be accepted now by AcePerHead.com is Amazon Gift Cards.

First of all, it would probably be hard to find many people in North America that are not familiar with Amazon and their gift cards. These gift cards are sold directly on Amazon.com in dollar increments of $15, $25, $50, and $100, and are also sold at numerous big chain grocery, drug, and convenience stores throughout North America. Also if that is not easy enough, there is also no purchase fee associated with these gift cards, which is always a plus when sending payments to per head sites that often do not credit fees for various payment options.

Considering that this is the Holiday season and that loads of people actually received Amazon Gift Cards as a present, then what better way than to parlay that present into an investment into becoming an agent to book sports for the current Bowl games and approaching NFL playoffs and March Madness. In addition, Ace has gone a step further and has tied an up to 6-week free promotion for any new agent that chooses to use the Amazon Gift Card as a form of payment on their first deposit.

Tis the season for friends, family, betting, and promotions!

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