NumberFire Premium Tools Promo Review; This Promo May be Better for you

If you are looking for a numberfire premium promo, not only will I tell you why, as an experienced fantasy football and dfs player, why there may be a better alternative but give you 2 alternative promos that will provide the same, if not more info then numberfire’s sports analysis.

NumberFire Premium Review

So her’s what you get as a review of the numberfire premium package options. Here’s a link to NumberFire Premium if needed

NumberFire Premium Tools Promo Code Review

To be able to get the most popular package, including the game spread picks for all 4 major american sports you will have to pay $29.99 per month. This is not a bad price. The question is though, per my title, whether you need this info or a majority of it for your fantasy sports lineups.

Well, the truth of the matter is the more information you can fit into your brain the better.

However, realizing that we are limited as human beings, not insulting our intellectual ability, we would also like to do with as much bang for the but as possible, even if it only saves a few buck. Therefore the promo code helps us save those few bucks as a savvy internet subscription buyer. While I could go ahead and tell you what works best for me in fantasy sports, it may not work as well for you, as you may be doing something slightly different or in a different style than what I do as a fantasy sports expert. But I am here to give you my best recommendation for the rest of this 2018 season and beyond.

If you listen to the numberfire podcast or read through the website you know the kind of conservative, and frankly sometimes boring analysis that is given there on a weekly basis in the major sports categories. Although I have not heard anything on NBA or NHL, 2 of the major sports they miss on the podcast for some reason.

What Are Other Options?

Did you know you can get these types of articles in vegas picks analysis, from statistical engineers, and mathematics, along with their actual winning lineups which you can use to dominate small tournaments or cash games on fanduel, draftkings, and for only $10 per month?

Sportsline: The Optimal and GP Handicapper

Yes you can, that would be a this way you can get signed up for $1 for the first month. No promo code needed.

This is more of a handicapping method, although all the major sports including NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL here on this site give excellent values for recommendations as how to get the best value plays into your lineups, which is essential for winning contests on fanduel and draftings, including pheripherials for the site you are playing on when you click on the players name under the value rankings section, which is kind of hidden there, as I discovered after some time of casually using it, I kind of like it as a 2nd opinion site before making my final lineup decisions for my slate I am playing on for the day or night. 

Advanced Metric Tools

If you would like a way to manage with more advanced tools for analysis, you will have to of course pay a bit more, although that not being

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available at sportsline, you can get more data comparable to, with more data including a soon to some mass lineups generator so that you can bank all the cash in most lineups you make, using the DraftDashBoard Customizable lineups tool. The promo is already set up for you, so no need to enter any code. 

Here is a brief overview of above of what you actually get: No useless info to pay for with data that’s not important to use, nor sports that your not into. The 12 main features outduels numberfire’s premium access, with the weekly DFS/Betting expert Derrick Thomas’s weekly NFL picks that and avoids that rarely go wrong. In addition to the above features I will explain another important feature on video here:

You won’t know if you will win or lose until you win or lose as a basketball coach recently stated. 

So use all of the resources you can. I would recommend getting all of the tools including the Numberfire analytics, so use their system, especially for cash games, You won’t hit on every lineup but you can give yourself a better chance to hit them. 

You should love the optimizer you use, and be in there a lot, along with any film in game study for tournaments as well as listening to podcasts, radio and other media to gauge the chalk and give yourself the best advantage in competition without overwhelming yourself. The Draftdashboard definitly helps you do that, just like I used in the video above. 

I also give weekly fantasy football standard deviation and co-efficient variable rankings, of which did very well last week if you look at the players that were in this projection list here from last week, week 9 projections

I will also give weekly, and for free, my Cash as well as my Tournament Video in side the weely, so that you can have better explanation related to the week in fantasy football on fanduel, as what I specialize in.

One more thing that I am giving away here is a free report, so that you may have a more thorough explanation of the consistency rankings process and overview of what it takes to be successful in fantasy sports at

Thank you for visiting today, and if you have had any experiences or use of these tools with any success stories we would love to hear about them and comment below.

Also keep checking back for my weekly projection updates, great to use for cash games on fanduel, as I persue my passion in the fantasy sports arena. 




6 thoughts on “NumberFire Premium Tools Promo Review; This Promo May be Better for you”

  1. This looks like a great tool for those serious about their fantasy sports. I am in a free fantasy football league that is just for fun. I’m not doing too well, though–forgot to even check my line up this past weekend and ended up playing 3 guys on an off week. Woops.

    My husband does the free league with me, but he is also in a paid league. He should look into something like this to help him make the most of it. I hate when he doesn’t win in a league that cost us money, lol!

  2. I am not a sport fan, neither of those of fantasy sport. Then it has been very interesting to know about this NumberFire tool. It looks great and useful for fans. I would like to know more about that. Is it only for football? Or maybe it is applicable to other sports? 😉

    1. Yes, Maria, it is applicable as brought out to others such as NHL Hockey, and NBA basketball, and MLB Baseball. Thanks for stopping in.

  3. Andrew, this sounds like a lot of fun, but it might be a bit too serious for me. Not knowing how this works I think I need a simplified, more step by step for dummies (me) layout. However your post does set out a few great sounding tools.

    I just might have  to visit your site again and read further.

    I was a great fan of football (North American style) when I lived in Canada but our football in Australia is somewhat different. I also played football up to and during my university days.



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