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PricePerPlayer.com Sportsbook Pay Per Head Review and Discussion

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Steel
(@fred4dmin)
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Since we recently wrote a review about PricePerPlayer.com pay per head services, we thought we would start up this forum with them. I actually wrote the review and gave them a high rating because i was impressed with what they had to offer.

PricePerPlayer.com RATING

Bookie Mgt. Platform: 9.6 out of 10

Player Platform: 9.2 out of 10

Cost Rating: 9.4 out of 10

Customer Service: 9.4 out of 10

TOTAL RATING: 9.4 out of 10

However, I am sure that I other bookies have different opinions. So here is where you can share it and if you have valid reasons, I can go back and re-evalute my review of them.

here is the basic info as to what they offer:

PricePerPlayer.com Information

  • Inception: 2013
  • Platform: DGS and Proprietary
  • Price Per Player: $5 or Less
  • Contact: [email protected] or contact form
  • Telephone:1-866-500-4934
  • Website: PricePerPlayer.com
  • Location: Costa Rica
  • Current Promotion: 2 Weeks Free Trial
 
 

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 Andy
(@aj1980)
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Joined: 4 months ago
Posts: 13
 

I am currently using them right now and they have been great. They are actually my 3 PPH company that I have used. I started using them because back in 2020, they had the best price per head. At the time, their software was ok but it was nothing spectacular but it was reliable. I began to really like them when priceperplayer started to offer lower prices if you had more active players. I'm not a big shot with over 1000 players but I have enough where I am saving a lot of money.

Even if you dont have a lot of players, $5 per player is good deal.

They recently made a lot of changes with their backend which has now made them a top tier PPH service.


   
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Aiden
(@arsenal)
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Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 14
 

I used them several years ago when they first started. They had a decent service and good prices but a couple of years ago, i went to a different company because their lines were a mess. Not sure what happened but they couldnt get any reliable odds to show up and almost lost some of my players because of it. Right now, I am ok with my current PPH but am considering moving to get more competitive PPH rates.

 

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(@gurucapper)
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Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 16
 

@arsenal 

 

Yes, I know exactly what you are talking about. I had stopped using them too because they had no lines at the worst time possible. Since then, they started using a new odds provider and no more problems


   
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(@jet_fan)
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Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 24
 

I heard many good things about PricePerPlayer.com when looking for a PPH provider for my first sportsbook. I like that they have all the tools and features to run a reliable betting site. I will use its PPH services for my next sportsbook venture. 

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Brian Young
(@briany)
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Joined: 4 months ago
Posts: 21
 

I currently use their pay per head service and have been for more than 5 years, I think. They were the second provider I tried and I stuck with them because they take care of me. I don't think I ever had any down time with them- which is the most important part here. The interface makes it easy for me to find what I need, and I like it that way even if the design is a bit too plain. But more than that, I like how they have changed over the years. They add some features every now and then and they never charged me for using those. These improvements also make you realize that they are still very involved in their business just as much as they were when they started out. My first provider was the opposite of that- they basically just stagnated and never changed- not even the font or design of their software. So when I went with Price Per Player that is the main thing I appreciated and that is what makes me stay.

They still have the free trial, so I guess anyone who wants to try it can do it for free. That's how I started with them. Got to save some money for a couple of weeks lol.


   
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(@sam_1)
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Joined: 3 months ago
Posts: 21
 

I'm in the first week of PricePerPlayer.com's two-week free trial. So far, I love what I see from the PPH provider. As a new bookie, Price Per Player made setting up and running my sportsbook easy. Once my free trial is over, I will continue using it as my PPH provider. 


   
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Keith C
(@thirtyfourblue)
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Joined: 3 months ago
Posts: 15
 

Small world! I have been with them for years already, and I really have no problems with them. My operation is not very large, but they did give me a discount when I hit a certain threshold. I remember asking customer service about it because my bill was lower than usual and they told me about it. What a nice surprise lol. She did say that if I could get to have more and more players as long as i hit a certain number my price will go down by .50 per player. I'm not sure I can get as far as the cheapest they have since, as I said, my operation is not that large, but I'm quite happy with my rate.

If you are looking for more reviews or opinions, check this page out: https://priceperplayer.com/what-bookies-think-of-the-priceperplayer-com-pay-per-head-services/


   
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R Castro
(@syncorswim)
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Joined: 2 months ago
Posts: 5
 

If you guys want more details about the software, they did an internal survey with their bookies and published the results. Let me grab that page:

https://priceperplayer.com/what-bookies-think-of-the-priceperplayer-com-pay-per-head-services/

There. I am new to their software and have been using it for like a month or so and I am perfectly happy with it. I guess coming from my perspective, I can easily compare it with my old provider since I just switched. The main reason why I did is because the dashboard was very nice for me. The menu is very specific and complete. They display the data in a very easy to read visual- and I have bad eyesight so this is really good for me lol. Same goes for the reports- very concise and has what I need. They have all these new features that can help me profile players and such. The lines and all that are really good too, dont' get me wrong- its just that given my old software, the dashboard is really such an upgrade for me. So that is my main feedback so far. Maybe a few months down the line someone can tag me and ask me if I still feel the same about them. Wouldn't mind giving feedback.


   
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