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Pay Per Head Tips: The Super Bowl Checklist You Need This Weekend

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Jan/25/2018

It’s NFL Pro Bowl Weekend. That means online bookie agents have at least a week to get their sportsbooks together for Super Bowl 52.

Check out the 4 things agents should do this weekend to ensure profit on Feb. 4.

#1 - Double-check moneyline wagers on the Philadelphia Eagles

The current odds on the Eagles to beat the New England Patriots straight up are +165. This means that for every $100 a player wagers on the Eagles, the potential payout is $265.

Pay per head agents must remember to set max betting limits on moneyline wagers that make their sportsbooks profitable.

Don’t worry about how much time there’s left before Super Bowl 52.

#2 -  Check overall against the spread action on Super Bowl 52

It makes sense to see how much money has already been placed ATS on Super Bowl 52. If an agent has accepted too much action, or is in danger of accepting too much action, scheduling a limit override might be the best course of action.

If way too much action has already gone on the game, agents should consider utilizing their layoff accounts if they must.

If they don’t need to utilize their layoff accounts, but are still afraid of taking too much action, they can take the spread wager off the board.

Again, agents shouldn’t consider how much time is left before kickoff. Time has nothing to do with decisions made.

It’s all about risk versus reward, action and profit. It’s not about time.

#3 Consider three cross sports games for the cross-sports parlay   

Agents that aren’t promoting a cross-sports parlay don’t have to worry about this.

Those agents that are promoting a cross-sports parlay should have an idea of which NBA game, NHL game, and NCAAB game to place into the cross sports parlay.

Pay per head agents should look for Saturday games. They should also look for games that will take time to handicap.

When it comes to the NHL game, go for one where the visitor should have a shot on the money line. If agents add a game where the favorite is a lock, it does no good.

Also, agents must remember that any cross sports promoted Super Bowl 52 parlays only work if odds are higher than the average parlay.

If agents promote a 3-team parlay, odds must be higher than 6 to 1. If agents promote a 4-team parlay, odds must be higher than 11 to 1.

#4 Upgrade to a premium sportsbook management software

Upgrading to a premium pay per head software will help online bookies continue to profit. There are premium tools and features that are not included in other levels of software.

PayPerHead.com is currently offering their premium software, the Prime Package, for the same price as their Professional Package.

The Prime Package includes specific tools such as the Line Mover, which allows agents to safeguard their profit by moving the line a half a point - eliminating the risk of a refund.

If pay per head agents aren’t already using a premium sportsbook software, or want to upgrade to a better provider, they need to check out what PayPerHead Prime can do for their profits.

At just $10 per head - the same price as their Professional Package - it’s a great time to upgrade to premium.

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