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  • Starter Package

    67.99$
    Every year
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  • Starter Package (MONTHLY PAYMENT)

    8.99$
    Every month
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Order today, as pricing will be higher every month leading up to the season. To avoid interruption of services, all plans are automatically renewed at the same price and time. Your price will NEVER increase for as long as you remain subscribed, even if that's decades from now! You may cancel any time, but understand that you'll be subject to whatever the current pricing is when you decide to re-activate...also, cancelling will make me sad. 😥

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WHAT OTHER BBFFers ARE SAYING

"Saw your Heat Maps in week 6 and that's when my season changed. I started using the Heat Map over other competitors tools like FantasyPros' "Who Should I Start" tool & my Yahoo League's "Research Advisor" tool. There were a couple weeks where my friends thought I was crazy, but going off the Heat Map I would play guys that I wouldn't otherwise and sometimes 'sat my studs.' I pulled out some upsets and beat projections more than a few times. Would not have made it through my bye weeks and some injuries without the Heat Map. Not only was yours aesthetically pleasing and easy to read, the insight in the notes were excellent."

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