Deposit Methods

There are more than 2000 different casinos online that you can deposit and gamble with real money on, and there are also many different ways that you can deposit at these online casinos.

If you prefer to transfer the funds via bank transfer, pay with a prepaid card, use your credit card or maybe you are just looking for a new and easier way of depositing money online, this is the page dedicated for you showing you the options and the casinos that provide them.

How to Deposit Money at an Online Casino

When you have created an account at a casino online, you either download their software and go to their cashier there or you go to the cashier on their website. There are different places at each casino where you find the deposit part of the site, but you should have no trouble locating it. Here you can choose between the depositing options that the casino software provides to the operator. Usually the casinos will offer a vast array of options, so simply choose the one you prefer and fill in the details that is necessary to complete the transfer.

Remember that you should only deposit at casinos that are known to be safe. Check out our casino reviews page for a list of sites that we would recommend and know that will keep your financial data and private information safe.

Deposit Methods

We will list and explain the most commonly used online deposit methods here. If you want to read more about a specific depositing method, click the name of the method to find more information and the best online casinos that accepts the given method:

Credit Cards

Out of all the depositing methods, using credit cards like Visa, Mastercard or American Express is the ones that is the simplest and most common. However, due to a lot of countries making online gambling illegal, using credit cards to deposit is not always that easy depending on the country you live in.

eWallet Accounts

An eWallet is like having a bank online. You can deposit and withdraw funds from your account, just like with your regular bank. This is the method that is the easiest with regards to withdrawing a well and almost all the online casinos accepts the most popular ones like Neteller, Skrill/Moneybookers, and now also PayPal is being accepted at most casinos. You can fund your eWallets easily by transferring funds from your bank account and withdrawing is easy as well.

Alternative Deposit Methods

The most popular ways of depositing funds to a casino have already been listed, and you are probably familiar with most of those or we urge you to use these as they are the recommended ones for a reason. They are fast, easy and cheap (most of the time).

But there are alternatives if you have problems with the other methods or you have some others you prefer. Bitcoin has all of the upsides, but involve some risk and is somewhat complicated for newbies. Entropay is expensive, but has a high success rate in some regions that are trying to block online gambling transactions.

How to Withdraw Money from an Online Casino

If you happen to be so lucky that you have deposited at an online casino, played some and won a lot of money, you probably want to withdraw some of your winnings to splurge on something for yourself. Withdrawing money from online casinos is usually done by the same method as you deposited the money. But you should be aware that most casinos will require you to send in proof of your identity.

When you deposit at a casino, you should anticipate them wanting to show your proof, so I would try to scan my passport or drivers license and a recent utility bill or bank statement. It differs what the casino demands, so having them all at hand should leave you safe. If you are unsure, try contacting the casinos customer service and ask them what they require in order to process a potential withdrawal.

As for the withdrawal process itself sometimes you will not be able to withdraw funds using the same method as you deposited with. This is mostly the case with credit cards and payment vouchers, so I recommend using an eWallet to avoid this hassle. If you deposit with a credit card, you usually need to withdraw using bank transfer or something similar which could take a while. If you are unsure, I would again advice to ask the customer service at the casino you are looking to deposit at, they are more up to speed with the financial details than I could ever be (although I try ;)).