Slots Payment Methods
Which payment method should I choose?
As we explained on our Bingo payment page, there is really a method for every person. Whatever your considerations, whether it’s budget, convenience, device (mobile or desktop), there is a way to pay for you. This is even more true for slots payment methods. There are a greater number of ways to pay on slots and casino sites. Recently launched methods like Trustly and Zimpler are available across a range of slots sites, but they can barely be found on bingo sites.
Which are the most common methods?
Debit cards, naturally, are available pretty much across the board. You can deposit and withdraw almost universally with debit cards (often Visa). With Mastercard, you’ll be able to deposit anywhere. However, you are less likely to be able to withdraw with a Mastercard. You will also see many sites accepting Maestro and Visa Electron.
E-wallet methods like Skrill and Neteller are as popular on slot sites as they are on bingo sites. Likewise PayPal, the most famous of them all, is available on an equal smattering of bingo and slot sites. Though despite its fame, it is perhaps not as widely available as one would suspect. This is due to PayPal’s high bar for quality. This usually means that a PayPal slot site is a good quality site.
Virtual Prepaid cards like paysafecard are very popular with players who like to control their online gambling budget.
As we’ve mentioned, some methods are only really available on slots sites. Sweden’s wire transfer facilitator, Trustly, is an example of this. In order to make Trustly payments, all you need are your online banking details. You don’t need to register for an account which saves a player undergoing needless admin. In addition, Trustly transactions process pretty much immediately and there are usually no excess fees involved. It has proven itself the best way to pay via direct bank transfer, without the usual time and hassle involved.
For the mobile among you, both slots and bingo players will recognise Boku, the pay by mobile phone bill method. Despite Boku’s popularity, many UK casino sites have removed it as a payment method due to a UKGC ruling.
Probably only slots players know of Zimpler, a new Swedish payment method available around the world. It is unclear why zimpler hasn’t really taken off in the world of bingo. Watch this space!
If you think we’ve left out any important ways to pay, then don’t hesitate to get in touch and set us straight.