Making Payments at Online Casinos
Making a payment at an online casino today is really easy to do and there are so many different online casino banking methods that you can actually choose from. The most common methods include credit and debit cards, direct bank transfers, checks/cheques, prepaid cards, e-wallets and even couriers. You should only really choose the method that suits your needs the most.
Online casinos today generally require a minimum deposit amount. You will find out this minimum amount when you attempt to make your first deposit into the casino and this amount could vary depending on which deposit method you are trying to use. For example depositing with certain e-wallets means that you can generally deposit a minimum of $/€/£5.00 at most online casinos, but other methods, such as Visa, might require that you deposit a minimum of $/€/£20.00.
You can find out exactly which online payment solutions are accepted at the casino by heading straight to the cashier. This will bring up a list of all of the accepted methods. You can then choose any of these methods to make your first deposit. Some methods only allow for deposits only, so if you choose a prepaid card such as Ukash or paysafecard for example, you would need to find some other way to withdraw your cash when the time comes. Most other methods allow you to deposit AND withdraw your money though.
If you are the kind of person who prefers not to use your credit card online, e-wallets and prepaid cards are the perfect alternative. Some of the best e-wallets which are widely accepted by online casinos today include Skrill, PayPal, NETELLER, WebMoney, Click2Pay, ClickandBuy and MyCitadel, plus there are plenty of other great e-wallets out there as well.
The types of online casino banking methods that are available to you as a player will also largely depend on where you are trying to sign up from. For example, US players will have quite different methods available to them compared to UK players. Canadian players may have slightly different methods to Australian players and so on, but there are several methods (such as Skrill, Visa and NETELLER) which are fairly universal.