Popular Payment Methods
The best betting sites
usually allow their customers to deposit and withdraw funds via a number of different payment options.
Visa and Mastercard are still popular around the world, but eWallets, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are increasing in popularity. Our guides will help you to see all of the payment options available at betting sites available in your country.
The most popular bookmaker payment options include:
Visa and MasterCard – Credit cards and debit cards continue to be the most popular way to fund betting accounts all over the world. Depositing by a debit card - or via credit card where permitted – is both quick and easy, and most of the time, is fee free.
Some bonus offers and free bet offers made available to you by a bookmaker (especially as part of a new customer offer) may require you to deposit using a particular payment method, and although other payment methods are becoming more popular with punters, it may be that you are required to deposit using a card in order to claim any such offers.
Withdrawal times when using a credit or debit card are generally quick – it depends on the betting site. It may be that any winnings are returned to you in a matter of minutes. For others, it may take 24 hours or longer to process your withdrawal.
Skrill - Skrill is a popular e-wallet used all over the world, and is the preferred payment method of choice for many bettors.
Skrill allow you to make both deposits and withdrawals to and from your betting account, without being charged any additional fees.
PayPal - A number of betting sites accept PayPal as a deposit method, and it is the preferred choice for many bettors, especially in Europe. Offering a quick and secure way to deposit funds into your betting account, PayPal is also is quick for withdrawals as well - we’ve seen some of betting sites process PayPal withdrawals in less than an hour!
Neteller – Neteller have processed online gambling payments for over 20 years. After initially processing payments in the United States, this eWallet is massive across the world, although legal issues mean that customers in some countries are not permitted to use this payment method when depositing at a betting site.
Bitcoin – Bitcoin betting sites are launching regularly, and some online bookmakers in some countries now exclusively only accept cryptocurrencies. We’ll tell you on this page more about available BTC betting sites.
Bitcoin Betting Sites
Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency which has exploded in popularity over the past few years. Launched in 2009, BTC is becoming more mainstream and is now a popular payment method at some online betting sites.
Many sports bettors choose to deposit betting funds via Bitcoin due to its high levels of security, as well as its fast processing times.
If you’re looking to find out which betting sites accept Bitcoin as well as other cryptocurrencies, the guides and comparison tables found on these pages are designed to show you all available options in your country.
paysafecard Betting Sites
Another popular deposit option for many bettors is the paysafecard, which allows you to deposit funds into a betting account without the need for a bank account or credit card.
This pre-payment method requires you to buy a paysafecard from a sales outlet, and then use it to purchase a voucher code, which is a 16-digit code you can enter as a way to deposit at a betting site, with your account balance credited with the same amount you spent on the paysafecard.