9 Dollar Per Head Bookie Software Review

If you don’t need the inexpensive pricing that the value end of the pay per head sportsbook platform market provides and have the means to pay a bit more, then you should expect access to more betting options than what the value end offers. You should also expect a more robust experience as far as navigating the website of the platform itself and finding access to the information that you need.

9 dollar per head review

With that in mind, 9dollarperhead.com is one of the more disappointing offerings in the platform market today. The lack of information on the website on such basic questions as accepted payment methods, as well as options for the sportsbook, casino and horse racing wagering means that you are asked to start the signup process without knowing what you can give your clients. Compared with much more informative websites offered by competitors, it is difficult to recommend this platform. On the whole, 9 dollar per head review gets a 52 out of 100.


Total Score
Price /15 Points
Promos /10 Points
Agent Admin /15 Points
Sportsbook /15 Points
Casino /10 Points
Horses /5 Points
Call Center /10 Points
Payment Methods /5 Points
Mobile Friendliness /15 Points


Price 8/15 Points

At $9 per head, 9dollarperhead.com is at the higher end of the middle when it comes to the pricing spectrum for pay per head sportsbook platforms. This means that you should have access to more features than the value end (currently sitting around $5 per head). One helpful feature that 9dollarperhead.com offers is that it will only bill for active bettors on your list, keeping you from having to roll through your lists and pull out people who are not betting regularly. However, the lack of information about the sportsbook, casino gaming and horse racing options makes it difficult to recommend this service, particularly at this price point.

Promos 1/10 Points

There are currently no promotional offers available on 9dollarperhead.com. Many of the competitors offer free trial periods ranging between one and six weeks, which is helpful for pph agents as they have to decide whether a platform is worth a commitment. While it is possible to drop one platform and add another one whenever you choose, as an agent, your betting clients will find switching around inconvenient. Having access to a promotional trial period allows you to determine whether a platform works well for you – and makes you feel valued as an agent client.

Agent Admin 11/15 Points

There is a wide variety of reporting available on 9dollarperhead.com with respect to pph sportsbook management. You can manage individual players, peruse weekly and daily activity reports, manage player limits and access and set up and edit accounts for new players. You can also go in and manage point spreads and moneylines in real time, as adjustments become necessary in the days ahead of events.

Sportsbook 7/15 Points

There is a lot more information on the 9dollarperhead.com website about their claim that the website offers top-of-the-line sportsbook software than there is about the sportsbook itself. You will want to sign up with a price per head sports betting platform that provides the major sports (basketball, baseball, hockey, football and soccer) along with tennis, golf, UFC/MMA and perhaps even cricket and rugby, so if you decide to contact 9dollarperhead.com, you will want to ask what sports are on offer. The fact that these sports are not listed on the website is another concern.

Casino 4/10 Points

According to the 9dollarperhead.com website, the platform does offer access to live casino gaming, but the precise games offered are not listed on the site, as well as whether or not live dealers are available. Given the price point, this is disappointing given the greater amount of information out there on competitor websites with respect to available casino gaming. This is an important source of additional revenue for pph sportsbook agents who now have to pay a weekly fee per client.

Horses 1/5 Points

While the 9dollarperhead.com website mentions a sportsbook and a casino, there is no mention on this pay per head betting platform as to whether a horse racing setup is also offered. That would represent a major gap in offerings in comparison to the competition, as the vast majority of platforms also offer access to wagering at the major horse racing tracks throughout North America, and others also offer access to tracks in Europe and Asia.

Call Center 8/10 Points

You have 24/7 telephone access to support personnel at 9dollarperhead.com at (866) 500-4847. The website and call center representatives are available in English, Mandarin, Filipino, Japanese and Vietnamese. This allows for you and your betting clients around-the-clock access to assistance with the sportsbook, either from the agent or the bettor side. If your betting clientele only speaks Spanish, though, you will want to go with one of the pph betting platforms that are based in the Western Hemisphere and include Spanish as one of the language options.

Payment Methods 1/5 Points

The 9dollarperhead.com website does not indicate which payment options it currently accepts, which is frustrating for comparison shoppers, as that information is available on competitor websites. This might be excusable on a value platform, but charging $9 per head puts this site squarely in the middle range as far as price points go for pph sportsbook platforms.

Mobile Friendliness 11/15 Points

Mobile optimization on 9dollarperhead.com is consistent with competitors at this point on the price per head betting platform spectrum. The graphics and text are well sized and easy to read, and you can navigate all of the features on the website whether you are using a desktop computer, tablet or smartphone. This is definitely a requirement as you consider your pph sportsbook platform because you and your clients will both want to be able to control your experience from a mobile device.


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