What Types of Payment Options Does Premier Price Per Head Offer?

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When it comes to finding a quality Pay Per Head site to help you run and manage your own sportsbook as an independent sports bookmaker, Premier Per Head does not only offer the best sportsbook software solutions in the Internet sports betting business, we also offer several different payment methods to cover your low, weekly price per head service fees for active betting customers. One phone call to 800.498.4709 is all it takes to get started. Click here to find out more about the payment options.

1. Easy Payment Options to Fund Your Pay Per Head Account

Premier Per Head has been working side-by-side with private sports bookies just like yourself for over 15 years and one of our main goals has always been to make your life easier. Whether it is our all-inclusive sportsbook management solutions that are designed to free up your time to grow and build your business or our easy payment options, we are committed every step of the way to help you succeed. Payment options range from money orders such as Western Union and MoneyGram to the use of prepaid gift cards. One of our most popular options is Bitcoin as one of the fastest growing money transfer services on this list.

2-Everything is Included in One Weekly Price Per Head Fee

You never have to worry about any hidden fees or extra costs when it comes to your PPH service with Premier Per Head. Everything we offer is included in that one low weekly price per head fee for active betting customers. This also includes the proper online gambling software solutions to run an extended racebook for horse racing as well as a full-service white label casino complete with live dealer table games.

3-A Two-Week Free Trial Offer to Test Drive Our Online Gambling Software

Just to get you started on the right foot, we offer a free two-week trial that will give you plenty of time to test drive our Internet sports betting package. Once you do sign on with Premier as your Pay Per Head site, we will assign you a designated account manager that can walk you through the simple steps to take your private bookie business online. We can have you up and running in no time with the best online sports betting software that money can buy.

Make that call today at 800.498.4709 or visit us at PremierPerHead.com to take that first important step towards building a successful business as an independent sports bookmaker.

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