Cheapest Pay Per Head

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Apr/12/2017

PricePerPlayer.com claims to be among the cheapest of the Pay Per Head services currently operating.

Starting at just $5 per active customer (or per head), PricePerPlayer.com offers a comprehensive service and tool package for bookies that includes sports betting, racebook, virtual casino, and live casino. Players can bet online or over the phone.

Additional discounts are available to those players with larger packages.

Additionally, you can try the PricePerPlayer.com service for free for two weeks, no personal information necessary.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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