Even though A1pph.com does not have as much of a history, in the pay per head sportsbook industry per se – as some of their other more-established competitors -, they have succeeded in putting together a website with quite a bit of polish and flair.

Their offering of PPH services appears fairly competitive: You can start at $7 per active client per week and, with a reduction coming after your book gets bigger than 30 active clients. They also offer a four-week free trial that gives you and your clients plenty of time to determine whether their services are right for you.

Once you set up your account on A1pph.com, you have a variety of design options for your dedicated page. The customization options are limited, but given the price point, that is to be expected and is not a major detracting point. The visuals have some pop and are pleasant to the eye, but not enough to distract from the content.

The combination of the value and the free trial period make this an interesting starting point for sportsbook owners looking to grow their business. Additionally, the comparatively wide variety of sports options increases the attractiveness even more. On the whole, We give A1pph.com a 79 out of 100.

/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

PPH REVIEW DETAILS

Price 12/15 Points

The A1pph.com home page heavily promotes a “$7 or less” starting pay per head sportsbook fee, and it indicates that the fee goes down after your sportsbook grows beyond 30 active bettors. There is no revenue share for any of the features, and there are no minimums. If you combine that with the four-week free trial (see below), you see that this is a considerable amount of value that you and your betting clients get an extended free preview to see if you will enjoy using it.

Promos 9/10 Points

A1pph.com offers one of the top promotions in the industry – a four-week free trial for new agents. In theory, that gives you a full month to decide whether this is the right pay per head sportsbook for your clients – and for you, leaving you with zero financial liabilities for the restart.

THAT is a major advantage for this platform; while it represents a significant investment on their part, the commitment in terms of time has proven persuasive for many sportsbook owners in the past. Two Thumbs Up!

Agent Admin 11/15 Points

One of the most important factors for any pay per head sportsbook has to do with the reporting that is available for you to consult.

Whether you log onto your agent account on a computer or a mobile device, you can track your daily and weekly activity, broken down by individual bettor, by wager, by event, and other metrics.

The one downside we ought to mention in our review is the lack of a DEMO version for either their agent or player software. While in consultation with one of their Chat agents – who actually answered all my queries in the quickest of fashions, extras kudos for that – we were informed that it is only possible to test their assets once you’ve registered an account with them, not before.

It would have been nice if we had gotten a chance to test everything beforehand, but OK. Just an afterthought.

Sportsbook 14/15 Points

One major advantage that A1pph.com has over a lot of the competition – at this particular price point – is the variety of its sports offerings. In addition to pro and college football and basketball, baseball, and soccer, you also have the option to offer wagers on motorsports, UFC/MMA/boxing, tennis, golf and other prop bets.

This sort of variety will make your sportsbook more attractive than others that restrict their sports. It will also allow you to take advantage of the greater predictability that one finds in such sports as men’s tennis – and the lack of predictability in the women’s draw and in golf.

Casino 7/10 Points

You have access to such basic casino games as slots, stud, draw and other poker variations, as well as blackjack, through A1pph.com.

If you want more advanced options, you can pay a higher PPH sportsbook fee for each of your active betting clients. You definitely want your bettors to have access to casino games – and to promote those games, because over time you will make a more reliable profit from the casino side than you will make from the sportsbook and horse racing offerings.

Horses 4/5 Points

According to the data collected from A1PPH’s website, their horse-racing portfolio is one that resembles the same offerings from other well-known PPH operators.

Keep in mind that, in reality, when it comes to getting beyond the top 60 or so tracks, most of your bettors will never have any interest in those races, choosing instead to stick to the top graded stakes as well as other races on the main courses.

Then again, they can always do better. That’s the only reason why we’ve deducted one point from their score for the category.

Call Center 9/10 Points

No complaints in terms of customer service, none whatsoever. They were prompt, courteous and struck the right answer faster than we could ask the question. Pretty impressive!

You can reach the A1pph.com support directly at (877) 386-0180, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in either Spanish or English. There is also a live chat button on the home page that you can click if you want to talk to a representative that way.

Payment Methods 2/5 Points

A1pph.com does not list their accepted payment methods on their website. However, throughout the pay per head sportsbook industry, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, person-to-person transfers and several different debit/gift cards are commonly accepted. You’ll want to check with A1pph.com directly to find out what they currently take.

Mobile Friendliness 11/15 Points

Mobile optimization is a strength for A1pph.com… Yet another one!

The font sizes are large enough (and the color is distinct enough) to make reading the content easy without squinting or zooming in on the page. You have full functionality, whether from the bettor side or the agent side, from a tablet or smartphone, which makes managing your pay per head sportsbook much more flexible.