Building NASCAR Betting Profits With Pay Per Head
Wintertime is big for basketball betting with private bookies. Along with the NBA’s daily schedule, college basketball continues to make its way towards March Madness as the biggest month of the year for that sport. Bookies also have daily action in the NHL regular season as some of the basic staples for generating overall betting revenue and profits.
The big-picture goal for any private bookie should be to create separate profit centers for all the current sports betting opportunities. Some are bigger than others but they still add up to weekly revenue and weekly profit.
The Scope of NASCAR Cup Series Racing
Betting on NASCAR Cup Series races might be considered a boutique betting sport in certain circles but it still remains a viable option to make money over nine of the 12 months that make up the sports betting calendar year. As a plus, NASCAR is also the only betting sport that starts a new season with its biggest event of the year.
The Cup Series schedule is made up of 26 regular season races followed by 10 playoff races with three elimination rounds. The top four drivers earn a spot in the season-ending championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway in mid-November.
There is also an exhibition All-Star race at Charlotte for added action in late May. Kicking off the season on the third Sunday in February is the Daytona 500. Promoted as The Great American Race, this is NASCAR’s biggest race of the season. You could probably find some drivers that would admit to wanting to win this race ahead of the year-end racing title.
What this means for any private bookie looking to capitalize on NASCAR betting is a golden opportunity to build some overnight business. This can be accomplished by creating and marketing an expanded betting board for the entire schedule of Speed Week events at Daytona International Speedway leading up to Sunday’s main event.
The only way to capitalize on this race and the entire Cup Series season is with the help of a quality pay per head bookie services provider that can get you all the NASCAR betting lines you need, when you need them. This can be easier said than done of you are already connected to the wrong service.
Quite a few of the biggest commercial online sportsbooks only offer basic NASCAR futures odds to win each Sunday’s (or Saturday night’s) Cup Series weekly race. This puts you, as a private bookmaker, at a huge competitive advantage as long as your current pay per head site can deliver the betting lines you need.
Expanding NASCAR Betting Options
Beyond the basic bet of picking the outright winner, the real attraction in betting on NASCAR races are side props and betting lines for head-to-head driver matchups. These can be hard to find on a weekly basis. A quality pay per head site will be able to deliver these added options.
You existing customers will appreciate the fact that you do have an expanded betting board for NASCAR’s Cup Series events. They may not bet on every race on the weekly schedule. Yet, over the course of an extended nine month time frame, it is going to add up to some meaningful income with even a small amount of weekly betting action.
An expanded board with added options for betting NASCAR is also a great way to attract potential bettors to your bookie services. This is all part of a concerted effort to market yourself as a full-service bookmaking operation.