Price Per Head Booking Bookie Software Review

When you are comparison shopping among various services, it is helpful to understand the price points involved, and to get a sense of whether or not the service will work for your clients. This is why most pay per head sportsbook platforms have at least a starting point for the price, and why the majority offer some sort of free trial period. Price Per Head Booking offers neither.

Those two factors are what bring the review grade for this platform so low. As far as variety goes, this platform offers attractive choices as far as sports betting, in terms of accessible sports and leagues, and casino gaming. Due to the lack of information, though, Price Per Head Booking gets a 58 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 1/15 Points

At this writing, no fee structure was available on the Price Per Head Booking website. This is fairly uncommon, as most sites are willing to post at least a starting price, while some put out a complete breakdown of the fee structure. This could mean that the price is somewhat above the value tier, as the diversity of options within the casino and horse racing sections suggest. To find out the pricing structure, you would need to make a call to the support line and talk about the website.

Promos 1/10 Points

At this writing, Price Per Head Booking does not offer a free trial period. This separates it from many of the competitors in the pay per head sportsbook platform industry, in which free trial periods between one and four weeks are common, and in which some extend as long as six weeks. It is difficult to recommend a site wholeheartedly without a free trial period because of the investment a sportsbook agent is expected to make without having time to see if his or her clients will enjoy the experience.

Agent Admin 10/15 Points

One helpful feature of the Price Per Head Booking home page is the previews of both the bettor and agent side of the platform. Understanding what you can expect as far as an interface is helpful as you consider whether you want to sign up or not. However, the lack of a free trial period means that you will be investing in your future on this book from the first day of your operation.

Sportsbook 13/15 Points

The league offerings at Price Per Head Booking are fairly numerous, offering motorsports, rugby, golf, tennis, boxing and the major professional sports – including over 70 soccer leagues. One feature that is absent from the website, as we mentioned above, was the weekly rates you will be paying per head. So when you call to talk to the sales staff, bear in mind that, given the greater variety, you may be paying more than the $5 or $7 per head per week that the value pph sports betting platforms charge.

Casino 8/10 Points

The casino offerings available on Price Per Head Booking were fairly impressive compared with some of the other pay per head sportsbook platforms that have been reviewed here. There are four types of roulette, blackjack, Super 6, baccarat, other table games, and several varieties of video poker, slot games, keno and zip tabs. With that sort of variety, you can bring in a lot of side revenue for your book.

Horses 3/5 Points

Price Per Head Booking offered impressive detail when it came to the types of bets that you can choose, and it indicated that A, B and C tracks would be available. You can also create horse racing profiles for your clients and set your own limits. Other than mentioning the three Triple Crown races, though, the specific tracks were not listed. At this price point, I would expect to see a minimum of about 60 tracks in North America, but you can find out more when you talk to the sales staff.

Call Center 6/10 Points

You can reach Support for Price Per Head Booking at (866) 978-7530. You can also reach them via Skype at PPH Booking. Live chat is apparently available, but at the time of review the live chat button led the user to a place where you could leave a message. It is important to be able to reach support staff with your pay per head sportsbook platform around the clock because of the last-minute issues that can arise, particularly when it comes to live in-game betting. Make sure that, when you choose a platform, it offers constant contact options for you, on the agent side, as well as for your betting clients.

Payment Methods 4/5 Points

Price Per Head Booking offers considerable flexibility when it comes to payment methods for deposits and withdrawals. You can use Bitcoin, Boss Revolution Money, Delgado Travel, Barri Financial Group, PayPal, Maxi Money Services, MoneyGram, Ria Money Transfer and Western Union. The only exception is credit cards, but due to the high transaction fees, many of your betting clients may not mind.

Mobile Friendliness 12/15 Points

The design elements of the Price Per Head Booking site are visually pleasing and easy to read and navigate. When you roll over to the mobile site, it works just as well, with full functionality for both the betting client and the agent. This is important, due to the fact that Internet use takes place, more and more, from smartphones and tablets, particularly in businesses such as sports betting, in which so much happens on the fly and away from home.


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