Pay Per Head Betting Action Heats Up in November

The 2020 NFL season closes in on its halfway point. All five major conferences in college football will be in action on Saturday, No. 7. Football alone can fill your betting board as a private bookmaker. However, there are three stand-alone betting events that make November an excellent money making opportunity.

Working with a top-rated pay per head site, you can increase your overall handle for each of these additional betting events while also boosting your overall bottom line.

Breeders’ Cup Horse Racing – Nov. 6 & Nov. 7

The Kentucky Derby may be the biggest horse race of the season but the annual Breeders’ Cup is the biggest horse betting event of the year.

Starting on a Friday with five races for two-year Thoroughbreds right through Saturday’s nine-race card, there is a total of $31 million up for grabs in total price money. This includes the $6 million BC Classic as the featured race of this entire event.

The 2020 Breeders’ Cup will be held at the home of Thoroughbred racing in the US. Keeneland Racecourse in Lexington, Kentucky is the host track. The 14 events on the card range from sprints to an extended distance of 1 ½ miles. Races are run on the turf and the dirt.

The common denominator for every race is the depth and quality of the competition. These racers are the “best of the best” in the world. This makes it easy to attract some betting interest from your entire sports betting base.
As a private bookie, you can offer Breeders’ Cup betting options through your pay per head online sportsbook and racebook.

NASCAR’s Cup Series Championship – Nov. 8

Once the horse racing comes to an end on Saturday, bettors can gear up for auto racing with Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series title race at Phoenix Raceway. Following 26 regular-season point races and nine playoff runs, the top four drivers in the current Cup Series point standings will compete in this championship race.

Two of the four drivers in this year’s field are looking for their first career racing title. This includes the veteran driver Denny Hamlin and the face of NASCAR’s future Chase Elliott. Also in the running are Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano. Each of those drivers has a Cup Series racing title on their resume.

Once again, it should be easy to grab bettor’s attention for this race with odds to win, a Top 3 finish, head-to-head matchup odds and a list of prop bet options. This is when the right pay per head site by your side really earns its weekly per head fees for active bettors.

Masters at Augusta National- Nov. 12 to Nov. 15

Delayed from it usual time slot in early April, the final Major of the season in professional golf highlights the middle of November. The dogwoods and azaleas are way past their bloom but interest will be running high for this year’s Masters.

The top storyline is Tiger Woods as the defending Masters’ champion. However, golfers such as Bryson DeChambeau, Jon Rahm and Dustin Johnson are also in the spotlight as the top three favorites to win.

Pay per head betting lines cover the odds to win along with a Top 5, Top 10 and Top 20 finish. This is another big betting event where odds for head-to-head matchups offer the best value for your betting customers. You can also offer an extended list of betting props to build your overall handle and net profit.