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    The best thing about the top 5 pay per head (PPH) services is the affordability.

    Today, we’re going to look at the cost of PPH services. The costs can vary widely between services and a lot of PPH shops use upsells to quickly increase the price you’re paying.

    Average Cost of a Pay Per Head

    Let’s look at the average cost of a pay per head service first.

    On average, you can expect to pay $10/head (weekly fee per active bettor) initially. This is what you should be paying for a complete package, though. Make sure you read the fine print.

    Look out for whether or not a racebook and casino are included in the cost.

    There are several services that charge considerably less than $10/head. The major problem with the cheap services are they don’t have the infrastructure to properly support bookies.

    Some PPH services will lure you in by charging $5-$10/head, but then you’ll find out after signing up that many of the features have additional fees. Want a casino? Pay more. Want live betting? Pay more. Want futures/props? Pay more. Always make sure you know what’s included.

    Things to watch for when choosing the right price per head service:

    ● Features Included: We recommend contacting PPH services directly to discuss
    exactly what is included in the cost of the PPH service and what features require
    additional fees.
    ● Response Time: How responsive is the PPH service when researching them? Reach
    out and see how long it takes for them to reply. Bookies rely heavily on their PPH
    providers and you need to trust that the service can help you through any future
    problems when they arise.
    ● Betting Board: What sports leagues and bet types are being offered? Ideally, you
    want the biggest possible betting board with thousands of markets for your players to
    wager on.
    ● Bookie Tools: What additional tools is the PPH service offering? The best PPH
    bookie software providers all have developed tools to help bookies run their business
    successfully and grow.
    ● Commissions (Revenue Share): You should never pay commissions as a bookie to
    your pay per head. If there’s a commission structure in place, you should avoid that
    ● Contracts: The best PPH sites don’t require bookies to sign contracts. In fact, they
    hardly require any personal information and you can pay through Bitcoin (BTC). We
    recommend never signing a contract, as they typically lock you into poor terms.

    Volume Discounts

    While new bookies can expect to pay $10/head to start - PPH services like Realbookies offer
    volume discounts.
    The more active players you have, the lower fee you’ll pay. If you can grow to 1000+ players
    then you can start seeing prices as low as $7/head, which is extremely cheap for a reputable
    You can typically request a discount once your betting sheet grows to 25+ active players.

    Running an online sportsbook using a pay per head service doesn’t need to be expensive. There are multiple reputable services that charge $10/head for everything you’ll need to run your business.

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