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Pay Per Head for the IndyCar Series

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Published on:
May/27/2017

With NASCAR racing among the most popular sports and the Indianapolis 500 one of the biggest sporting events of the year, sports bettors will be looking for a bookie who takes IndyCar Series action and that bookie will need to find a Pay Per Head that offers the very best in IndyCar wagering.  Scroll Down For More

RealBookies.com is one such Pay Per Head that offers top-of-the-line IndyCar Series betting options.  The best part of all, they only charge per week per active customer.

This may not necessarily matter when it comes to those gamblers who place action on NASAR and other motor sports as they will likely be wagering the entire year on other sports like football and basketball. 

Real Bookie claims to be the leader in the price per head industry and the best choice for your price per head needs for 4 main reasons:  Price, Customer Service, Wagering Options and Website Reliability.  They are also gambling911.com-endorsed.

From RealBookies.com:

“Our customer service representatives are highly trained to handle any issues that may arise courteously and professionally.

“Your players will have the ease and access to betting online 24/7 or they can call our toll free number where one of our friendly and knowledgeable customer support staff will take their bets.

“Very simply, no other price per head service offers the selection and variety of wagering options to your clients than we do at Realbookies.com.”

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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