How to Make Deposits at Online Casinos

There are so many deposit methods available for players now that they should never have a problem when it comes to depositing into an online casino. The most common banking options that you are likely to find when you head to the cashier section include major credit cards such as American Express, Visa and MasterCard.

You will also come across debit cards such as Visa Electron and Maestro, plus a range of others. If you prefer not to use a credit or debit card when you want to fund your casino account, you could sign up to one of the many e-wallets that are now available. You can fund you e-wallet via several different means and then you can use the funds that are in the e-wallet to transfer to and from your casino account.

Some of the best e-wallets to look out for include PayPal, Neteller, Click2Pay, ClickandBuy, Skrill (formerly moneybookers) and various others. Transactions with most e-wallets take just seconds to complete. If you don’t want to use an e-wallet, the other main options include bank transfers or Wire transfers or the last option to consider using is a prepaid card such as Ukash or paysafecard. Depending on where you are trying to deposit from, you may or may not have certain options available to you.

Every accepted deposit method will always appear in the cashier section and you can usually see if the logo of your preferred method is displayed anywhere on the homepage. Most online casinos have a minimum deposit amount that can be anywhere between $5 and $20 and you can also now set limits to how much you can deposit within a 24 hour period. If you reach this limit though and you still want to add more, you can always raise this limit so in theory, there is no point in setting a deposit limit if you are just going to raise it when you reach the limit.

Most deposits methods offer free transactions, but some may charge you a very small fee. It’s always good to check how much your preferred method is likely to charge you before making a deposit.