In The Spotlight: Today’s Most Trusted Online Casino Payment Methods


When you sign up to an online casino to play in the real money mode, it would be a good idea to already have a deposit method ready to use, but exactly what online payment methods are generally accepted at online casinos? Find out more right here.

Today’s most popular online casino payment methods revealed

Almost every fully licensed online casino today will accept a wide range of secure, reliable, and convenient payment options, but the exact selection of accepted payment options will vary from one online casino to the next. However, you will find that the vast majority of top-rated online casinos today tend to accept many of the following safe payment options:

  • Visa debit and credit cards
  • MasterCard credit and debit cards
  • Paysafecard
  • PayPal
  • Maestro, American Express, Solo, Swift credit & debit cards
  • Skrill
  • Neteller

Other honourable mentions

As well as these tried and tested online payment options, you will also find that many online casinos today accept various other secure payment solutions, such as Apple Pay, EcoPayz, MuchBetter, direct/instant bank transfers, Trustly, Interac, AstroPay, and perhaps one or two other methods. Depending on which country you are based in will also often determine which payment methods you can use.

More about depositing and withdrawing at online casinos

At your average UK-licensed PayPal casino, for example, players, by law, cannot deposit with credit cards. Instead, they can use any of the other methods mentioned above. Also, you generally have to have to withdraw using the exact same method that you used to deposit. In other words, if you deposit £10 with PayPal, then you would also need to use that same PayPal account to withdraw. You also cannot use anyone else’s banking details to deposit into your account. It all has to be in your name.

The minimum deposit amount at most UK casino sites today can be £5.00, £10.00 or £20.00 (depending on the casino), and the good news is that withdrawals are generally not capped at a certain amount. In some online casinos around the world, players are sometimes restricted to only being able to withdraw $/€/£5,000.00, $/€/£10,000.00 or $/€/£50,000.00 per month (or equivalent currency value). The good news is that you can deposit and withdraw from your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer.

How to deposit at online casinos

Making a deposit at an online casino is really easy, and you must be at least 18 years old to sign up to an online casino and play in the real money mode. Don’t forget to have a payment ready before you sign up to the casino. As soon as you have registered an account and your new account has been activated, all you have to do is go to the casino’s cashier section, select your preferred payment solution, and then follow the onscreen instructions that apply to your chosen method. A deposit literally takes just seconds to be processed.

How to withdraw at online casinos

Withdrawing at online casinos is just as easy as depositing, except in the reverse order. The only thing that you must be aware of is that withdrawals are very rarely instant. In most cases, you can wait anywhere from two or three hours up to usually no more than a day or two to receive your winnings, so don’t start panicking because your withdrawal wasn’t processed straight away.

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