Do Pay Per Head Sites Offer Super Bowl Exotic Prop Bets?

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If you are a bookie or agent looking for a Pay Per Head that offers a wide variety of prop bets for the Super Bowl, look no further than AcePerHead.com.

For Super Bowl 50 Ace offered one of the most extensive lists of betting props and Super Bowl 51 was no exception.

The Gatorade Shower, the Halftime First Song, plenty of US President Donald Trump bets and of course the Super Bowl MVP.

If you are worried about technology, have no fear.

From AcePerHead.com:

Above all else, pay per head service is a technology business, and many companies don't understand that. If you've used other providers, you've seen their site go down at 1:00pm and 4:00pm on Football Sundays and slow grading during halftimes. These problems all come down to poor technology and unqualified part-time "tech" teams.

At AcePerHead.com, our technological backbone always gets the largest allocation on our budget sheet, and our engineering team maintains our infrastructure to the highest standard. This means your players can always get on the site. This means our phones will always connect you to an operator. This means you can focus on your business and not worry about anything else.

AcePerHead.com will be offering hundreds of prop wagers for this Super Bowl.  Check them all out here.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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