Bitcoin Payment Now Available at Premier Pay Per Head Sportsbook

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Nov/29/2016

Anyone who runs their own sports bookmaking business is looking for sportsbook software solutions that make things as easy as possible when it comes to managing your own sportsbook. Premier Per Head has been helping private bookies do just that for the past 15 years as the No. 1 Free Pay Per Head site in the Internet sports betting industry.

1-One Low Price Per Head Fee Includes Everything

The first way that Premier Per Head makes our PPH service easy to use is by including all of our sportsbook management solutions in one low weekly price per head fee that you only pay for your active betting customers. Some Pay Per Head sites will add some hidden fees and extra costs into the fine print of their bookmaking agent agreements, but once you call us at 800.498.4709 to sign on with our price per head service, you will have direct access to everything we offer including your own custom website and the ability to move your own betting lines as no extra cost. You can also set up your own racebook and white label casino as part of your per head fees. Start Your Free Trial with the Best Online Bookie Software Solutions.

2-Multiple Payment Options Including Bitcoin

We also try and make things as easy as possible when it comes to paying for our state-of-the-art online gambling software solutions. While many of our private bookies still use money transfer services such as MoneyGram and Western Union, more and more agents are taking advantage of Bitcoin as a payment option. Premier Per Head was one of the first PPH services to accept this form of virtual online currency for our sportsbook software solution services. You can even use a prepaid gift card as a form of payment if that works better for you.

 3-Top Rated Customer Service in a World Class Call Center

Premier Per Head backs it all up with a world class call center that makes it extremely easy for you as an agent as well as for your entire sports betting customer base when it comes to managing an online betting account. All of our customer service representatives come from a sports bookmaking background and they are all well versed in working with an American-based betting cliental so communication issues become a thing of the past.

Do yourself a favor and make that call to 800.498.4709 or visit us at PremierPerHead.com. Once you see everything that we have to offer, signing on will be the easiest business decision you will have ever made.

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