Become a Bookie for the Super Bowl

by WagerHome Blog on February 9, 2024

Time is running out, but it is still possible to become your own bookie and start taking wagers on Super Bowl LVIII. There is plenty of hype and excitement surrounding the Super Bowl LVIII matchup as the San Francisco 49ers will be taking on the Kansas City Chiefs. 

These were two of the best teams in the league all season long, and the 49ers are coming into this game as a slim 1.5-point betting favorite. That betting line actually opened up at 3.5, and that just shows you how much action has already been taken.

Instead of sitting back and making wagers on the big game, it’s time to take things to the next level by becoming your own bookie. has all of the tools needed to get your own PayPerHead site set up, and it’s a perfect opportunity for you.

Here is a look at how to get your own PPH site rolling, and how the Super Bowl should play out this weekend. 

Plenty of Help From WagerHome

There are going to be other sites out there that will help you become your own bookie, but none are as complete as This website has all of the tools needed to get your PPH site up and running, but WagerHome will also provide you guidance along the way. 

It’s relatively easy to become your own bookie, but there is a good chance that you will have some questions at the beginning. Instead of turning to other sources to get some guidance, simply let answer all of the important questions. 

Setting up your own PPH site from scratch can be a bit of a challenge, but WagerHome is there to walk you through the entire process. It’s also a process that is extremely fast, and you could be up and running in time for the big game. 

Not only will bettors be flocking to your PPH site to bet on the Super Bowl, but the NCAA Tournament is coming as well. WagerHome wants to help you get started, and now is the time to make the jump.

Mahomes Simply Too Good

It has been a terrific season for the San Francisco 49ers, and they are in the Super Bowl for a reason. While the Niners were clearly the class of the NFC this season, they are now going to have to play their best to win. 

San Francisco is going to need to run the football well in this game, but the defense will face some pressure as well. It’s not easy to get Patrick Mahomes to the ground, but that has to be the goal in this matchup. 

All of that might sound like a good plan for the 49ers, but that’s just not how this game is going to play out. Kansas City is simply too good, and Patrick Mahomes just never seems to show up in big games. 

The Chiefs are going to come up with a big win in the Super Bowl as they slip past the San Francisco 49ers.

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Best Super Bowl LVII Bets

by WagerHome Blog on February 8, 2023

If you have been placing bets all season long on the NFL, you can’t wait until Super Bowl Sunday. But even if you’ve only dabbled in NFL betting, or are a complete novice to the pastime, the Super Bowl is an attractive betting event.

An estimated 50 million Americans will place wagers on the Super Bowl, putting over $16 billion on the line. It’s huge business, it’s an unofficial national holiday, it’s the biggest winter party in the U.S.A., and you need to get prepared.

Total Points

The 1.5-point spread that favors the Eagles doesn’t come with any clear patterns, so for the business of naming the “best bets” we’re going to avoid that. But when it comes to a totals bet, which currently has a line of 50.5, we have history to look at.

In each of the last four Super Bowls it is the UNDER that has won this bet. And in two of those the UNDER won by big numbers.

We love offensive football, and the betting public would prefer to root for scoring, as opposed to rooting against it. So they tend to like the OVER. But as you can see from recent history, it’s not always the best way to go.

Coin Toss

If you are planning to bet on the result of the coin toss – heads or tails – there is of course a 50% chance you will win your bet. But if you are betting on the winner of the game based on the winner of the coin toss, buyer beware. Each of the last eight teams to win the coin toss have gone on to lose the game.

This bizarre and inexplicable streak began when the Seahawks won the coin toss but lost to the Patriots, and it extends through last year’s game where the toss was won by the Bengals, but the game was won by the Rams.

Eagles First Half Points

Right now the Eagles first half over/under is 12.5 points. Considering that they averaged a league-best 18.2 points in the first half during the regular season, and have scored 28 and 21 first-half points in the postseason, this is an excellent bet to place.

Gatorade Shower

The final bet of the night takes place after the game is over – the color of the Gatorade shower the winning coach takes as the team celebrates its Super Bowl championship. In Super Bowl LIV the Chiefs showered Andy Reid in orange, which is paying +250 this season.

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When the Eagles won in Super Bowl LII, the color of the Gatorade was yellow, which is paying +150.

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The Super Bowl Betting Extravaganza

by WagerHome Blog on February 2, 2023

For football fans, and fans of football betting, there is no bigger day on the calendar than Super Bowl Sunday. It is a day-long celebration of the NFL season, and more than 40 million Americans are expected to supplement that celebration by putting money down on the game.

Sports betting has never been more popular, the NFL has never been more popular, and marrying the two is a match made in prop betting heaven.

The Super Bowl doesn’t kick off until February 12, but you can start making your prop bets right now.

Cross-Sport Parlay Proposition Bets

Some of the most interesting and engaging bets offered on the Super Bowl are combination bets that include Super Bowl props with props from other sports that weekend. One bet being offered is for Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco to go over 69.5 yards rushing, and for the Bucks Giannis Antetokounmpo to go over 29.5 points.

There are also bets that tie in Patrick Mahomes’ passing totals to the winner of the Phoenix Open, taking place on the other side of Phoenix from the Super Bowl.

In fact, you don’t even have to wait until next weekend for these cross-sport parlays to begin. You combine events this weekend, like the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am or this Saturday’s UFC event, with propositions from the Super Bowl.

Head-to-Head Prop Bets

Another type of prop that shows up during the Super Bowl that you don’t see very often during the regular season are head-to-head props. Similar to what you can find with golf bets and auto racing bets, these are bets between two players, and you wager on which will end the game with the most yards.

They also have defensive head-to-head props that involve tackles. There is no over/under on the bet. If the running back you wagered on finishes with just 11 yards, you will still win if his head-to-head opponent only gets 10 yards.

Super Bowl Exotic Props

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The name “exotic prop” conjures up images of a tropical island proposition bet. What is meant by exotic is props that don’t actually involve the game. Bets on the coin toss (heads/tails), the over/under on the length of the National Anthem, and the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning head coach.

You can bet on which beer commercial will air first, which car commercial is first, and which celebrities we will see in the crowd. And of course you can place a wager on who the MVP of the game thanks first, mom or dad.

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Super Bowl LVII MVP Odds

by WagerHome Blog on January 24, 2023

We won’t know the teams playing in the Super Bowl until around 9:30pm ET on Sunday. But you can currently place wagers on which player will win the Super Bowl MVP, not to be decided until February 12.

Not surprisingly, the four starting quarterbacks lead the way.

Joe Burrow (+330)

Current betting odds have the Eagles as the slight favorites to win the Super Bowl, but the Super Bowl MVP odds lean slightly in favor of Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow. He is favored to win this Sunday against the Chiefs, and if he is in the Super Bowl, he will be the only quarterback in the game who has been there before.

Jalen Hurts (+350)


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His Eagles are favored to beat the 49ers and go to the Super Bowl, and Jalen Hurts is a 2nd Team All-Pro selection. So naturally he would be right on the heels of Burrow as the favorite to win the Super Bowl MVP. And if not for an injury over the final three weeks of the season, he very well could have been the season’s MVP.

Patrick Mahomes +350

Patrick Mahomes is the presumptive MVP after leading the league in passing yards, total yards, passing touchdowns, and total touchdowns. He’s a 1st Team All-Pro for the second time in his career, and he has previously won a Super Bowl MVP.

If the Chiefs win the Super Bowl, it’s hard to envision a scenario where he doesn’t win the award.

Brock Purdy +750

Niners rookie quarterback Brock Purdy the lowest rated of the four starting quarterbacks because he is the rookie, and the 49ers have so many other possible MVP candidates. Six of the last 10 SB MVPs have been quarterbacks, so Purdy would be the most likely candidate in a San Francisco win. But of all of the four teams, they have the most “other” possibilities.

Non-Quarterback Leaders

The other 49ers that aren’t quarterbacks who might be a Super Bowl MVPs are led by Christian McCaffrey at +1500. He has the shortest odds of everyone who isn’t one of the four starting quarterbacks.

Behind McCaffrey are the best pass catches on each of the four teams: Ja’Marr Chase (+2000), Travis Kelce (+2500), Deebo Samuel (+2800), and A.J. Brown (+3000).

Defensive Leaders

The last defensive player to win Super Bowl MVP was Von Miller in Super Bowl 50. Two years before that, Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith won the award, but those two are the defensive players to win in the last 20 years.

Nick Bosa has the shortest odds of any defensive player in this year’s final four at +4000. The only other defensive player within shouting distance is the Chiefs Chris Jones, paying +6000.

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Top Five Reasons to Bet Kansas City In Super Bowl LIV

by WagerHome Blog on January 21, 2020

The Super Bowl matchup is set following the Kansas City Chiefs’ win over Tennessee in the AFC Championship Game and the San Francisco 49ers’ victory against Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday.

We still have two weeks to talk about the biggest day on the sports betting calendar, and a lot can change over these next two weeks. And you could change the entire complexion of your bookmaking business by signing up for pay per head software in the next two weeks. allows you to test its product for four weeks free, giving you the chance to supercharge your business before the Super Bowl.

As for the game itself, the Chiefs have opened as 1.5-point favorites, and here are the top five reasons we think taking the Chiefs is a good bet.

Patrick Mahomes

With all respect to Jimmy Garoppolo, Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback playing in this Super Bowl, and maybe the best to play in any Super Bowl since Tom Brady was at his peak.

Mahomes simply never has a bad game. All of his games are either good or great. In four career playoff games, Mahomes is averaging 297 yards and three touchdowns and has yet to turn the ball over.

This is a quarterback’s league, and going with the better quarterback is always a good bet.

Andy Reid

San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan is one of the best young offensive minds in the NFL, and he will win a Super Bowl or two before his career is over. But Kansas City coach Andy Reid seems destined to end his Super Bowl drought and cement his place in the Hall of Fame.

We’ve all heard about how good Reid is when he has two weeks to prepare for an opponent. He is 18-3 in the regular season when coming off a bye, and in the playoffs when his team earned an extra week to prepare for its first game, he is 6-0.

Reid with an extra week to prepare for Super Bowl LIV is a big Kansas City advantage.

Tyreek Hill

Richard Sherman is a great cornerback who is destined for the Hall of Fame, and he will give Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill some problems. But he doesn’t have the speed to keep up with Hill, the fastest man in the NFL.

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Sherman will need safety help to keep Hill from adding to his 17 total touchdowns of more than 50 yards.

Tyrann Mathieu

This is one Honey Badger that does care. Since gelling with the new defense in Kansas City, safety Tyrann Mathieu has emerged as one of the team’s unquestioned leaders and has been playing some of the best football of his career.

He’s playing like a man on a mission and gives this team a big lift in the secondary.

Chris Jones

There was some doubt that Chiefs defensive end Chris Jones would play in the AFC Championship Game because of a lingering calf injury. But not only did he play, he was a disruptive force.

He helped hold Titans running back Derrick Henry to his worst game since Week 6, and several times his pressure forced Tennessee quarterback Ryan Tannehill to misfire on third downs. With two more weeks to get healthy, Jones will be even better in the Super Bowl.

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Picking Winners In NFL Conference Championship Games

by WagerHome Blog on January 18, 2020

The divisional round of the NFL playoffs is often called the best weekend of football since you have eight great teams all squaring off for more than 12 hours of live action. But conference championship weekend, while coming with fewer games, does come with much bigger stakes.

Win, and you are on to the Super Bowl. Lose, and you’re watching it on television.

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AFC Championship Game

In the early game on Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs are hosting their second consecutive AFC Championship Game. One year ago, they lost in overtime to the New England Patriots after a late Tom Brady interception was wiped away by an offsides penalty.

The Chiefs played a slow first half last year as they were a little overwhelmed by the moment. Returning to the game for a second straight season, that will not happen this time around.

They also got their terrible start out of the way last week against the Texans before scoring touchdowns on an amazing seven straight possessions and winning 51-31.

The Tennessee Titans counter with Derrick Henry, who has been all-world in these playoffs. But even as good as he’s been, the Titans’ point totals have been just average – 20 against the Patriots and 28 against the Ravens.

Henry will get his yards and maybe a couple of scores. But they will not get to 35 points, and that is what they’ll need to get close to Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.

The Chiefs win 38-20, and Andy Reid gets to his second Super Bowl as a head coach.

NFC Championship Game

Each of the four remaining teams lost games this year that they shouldn’t have. But no one suffered worse losses than the Green Bay Packers.

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The Packers dropped an early home game to an average Eagles team, then twice on road trips to the West Coast, they laid massive eggs, losing 26-11 to the Chargers and 38-7 to the 49ers.

They get an opportunity to seek revenge against that Niners team this Sunday, but San Francisco’s defense has gotten healthy the last couple of weeks, and it showed in the divisional round with a suffocating 27-10 win over the Vikings.

The quarterback edge in this game, of course, goes to Aaron Rodgers, who is trying to get back to the Super Bowl for the first time in nine years. But overall, the 49ers at home will prove to be too much.

They have the better defense, a great run game, and a weapon in George Kittle unlike anything the Packers have as a counter.

The 49ers win 27-17 and will play in their first Super Bowl in 24 years.

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Top 5 Best Bets to Win Super Bowl LIV

by WagerHome Blog on November 12, 2019

The New England Patriots have dominated the last two decades by treating November and December as the real regular season, and September and October as tuneups. We are now in that “regular season,” and the Patriots are still atop the list of Super Bowl champion favorites. But at +250, are they the most valuable buy?

It is estimated that 118 million people in the United States will place a bet on the NFL this year. If you’re one of those 118 million, you’ve thought about a Super Bowl bet. And if you’re one of the many entrepreneurial bookmakers looking to begin your own Pay Per Head site, the NFL and the Super Bowl is soon to become your bread and butter. So the following information is definitely for you.

Green Bay Packers

A little shine came off the Packers after their loss to the Chargers, dropping them to +1200. But Aaron Rodgers is still Aaron Rodgers, and he has shown that Matt LaFleur’s offense is much to his liking. The NFL overreacts, and it’s an overreaction to think the Packers aren’t still a top-five pick to win the Super Bowl.

Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson is having an MVP season, Seattle just added Josh Gordon, and while this isn’t the most talented Seahawks team we’ve ever seen, at +2000 there is incredible value in taking them as a Super Bowl pick.

Kansas City Chiefs

It’s not how you start, but how you finish, as the Patriots have taught us. The Chiefs are getting healthy at just the right time, their schedule over the last six weeks lays out very nicely for them, and there’s a guy named Patrick Mahomes under center. The loss at Tennessee (a team they always lose to) also drops their odds, making the bet even more attractive.

Baltimore Ravens

You really wanted to take the Ravens a month ago. Since their win over New England and their dismantling of the Bengals, they look like a Super Bowl contender. But while you might not get the odds you would have gotten back in September, the winner is the winner, and you want to hold that ticket. Lamar Jackson is a matchup nightmare, and they look like a real possibility.

Houston Texans

The Patriots, 49ers, or Saints could all go here. But they are heavy favorites, and the reward simply doesn’t warrant the risks each team presents. But talk about reward – the Texans are at +2500 and have the one key ingredient every contender needs, a quarterback at the top of his game. Deshaun Watson makes this more than an appealing number to place a wager.

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Best of luck the rest of the season.

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Four Darkhorse NFL Teams To Win Super Bowl LIV

by WagerHome Blog on November 2, 2019

The Super Bowl is a while off as it’s just the middle of the season in the NFL. However, that does not mean that there is not Super Bowl betting action, as there is a lot of it. There are many futures bets that you can make not only to win the Super Bowl, but for the conferences, divisions, and individual award honors.

This is key, as since you are a bookie, you want to let your players know all of their NFL betting options. Futures bets are just one of them, and you need to let your players know those betting options, as the more options they have, the more they can bet and the more money you can make.

With a reliable PPH website, such as the one you can get at, you can make some serious money taking NFL bets since there are so many to be made. Speaking of the futures bets, let’s look into the future at some teams that are dark horses to win the Super Bowl.

The teams with the top five betting odds to win the big game are the Patriots, Saints, Packers, 49ers, and Chiefs, but let’s look at some teams that may buck the odds and win the big game and their betting odds to do so.

Baltimore Ravens (+1800)

The Ravens are atop the AFC North and are the only team in the division with a winning record. Lamar Jackson has had a great sophomore season so far, leading a balanced attack on offense, and the defense has been pretty good. You can’t sleep on the Ravens, who are dangerous with Jackson under center with what he has shown he can do with his arm and legs.

Seattle Seahawks (+2500)

The Seahawks still have Russell Wilson under center, and he has played great this season. The team was beaten badly by the Ravens recently, but Seattle rebounded and won its next game. The team has a top 10 rushing offense and a good defense, and that is a formula that can go far.

Philadelphia Eagles (+2200)

The Eagles are only 4-4 midway through the season, but they have talent on both sides of the ball. Carson Wentz has been pretty good this season, and the run game is coming around. The defense is stout against the run, but the pass defense has been a big issue. If it can shore up its secondary, Philadelphia can surprise some people.

Indianapolis Colts (+2500)

After the midway point in the season, the Colts are in first place in the AFC South even through their franchise QB, Andrew Luck, retired abruptly before the season. Jacoby Brissett has not put up big numbers but only has three interceptions at the halfway point, and the team ranks a legit 11th in the NFL in rushing yards per game. Indy has, arguably, the best offensive line in the game, and the team has proven it can win big games on the road with its win over the Chiefs in Kansas City.

The Super Bowl is HUGE when it comes to you as a bookie with a PPH site. There are so many bets to make on the game, and there is no other game that has more proposition bets. If you have NFL bettors in your fold, then reach out to them with the many betting options available. The Super Bowl is a time where you can make some serious green with all the betting action on the big game.

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