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Offer These Cross-Sport Parlays To Maximize Your Sportsbook Profit

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Nov/30/2017

A great way to maximize profit is for pay per head agents to offer better than Vegas odds on cross-sports parlays.

Promotions like this only work if agents know exactly what possible sports events to add to the promotional parlay.

See below for 5 sports events this weekend that are bound to maximize profit.

Weekend Cross-Sports Parlay

Saturday, Dec. 2

NBA:  Atlanta at Brooklyn

It’s difficult to see either one of these teams blowing out the other. Brooklyn is 6 and 3 against the spread at home. Atlanta is 4-6-1 against the spread on the road.

Brooklyn beat Atlanta 116 to 104 the last time they played them. Atlanta matches up much better with Brooklyn than what that score indicates.

NCAAB:  9 Cincinnati at 20 Xavier

Cincinnati might be the slight favorite over cross-town rival Xavier in Saturday’s top NCAAB matchup.

Pay per head agents should make sure that players know the bad blood between these 2 teams. This is going to be a difficult game for any player to handicap.

Including it on all promoted parlay bets makes a ton of sense.

NCAAF:  14 Memphis Tigers at 11 Central Florida Knights

The AAC Championship takes place this Saturday with undefeated Central Florida hosting Memphis.

So far, college football handicappers are almost split on who they prefer. 47% are taking the 7 points on Memphis. 53% are laying the 7 points on UCF.

Make sure players are aware that UCF beat Memphis 40 to 17 earlier in the season. Can Memphis turn the tables on the undefeated Knights?

Sunday, Dec. 3

NFL:  Minnesota Vikings +3 at Atlanta Falcons -3

So far, it’s a 50%-50% split between those handicappers that want to back the Vikings and those handicappers that want to back the Falcons.

A 50% chance of winning means that there’s also a 50% chance of losing. All per head agents should promote this NFL bet as a part of every cross-sports parlay this weekend.

NHL:  L.A. Kings at Chicago Blackhawks

The most anticipated matchup on the ice this Sunday could also be the most competitive. The Kings have gone 7 and 4 on the road this season. The Blackhawks are 6-4-1 at home.

Because these two haven’t battled since last April, online bookie agents should expect a heck of a game.

Great games make for difficult handicapping games. Any of the games above are great additions to all cross-promotions parlays for this weekend.  

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