New to online bingo? It’s a great time to get involved: there are so many amazing bingo sites to choose from. But you’re bound to have plenty of questions before you start playing — including: “How can I make payments and withdrawals?”
Join me below for the only answer you need!
PayPal is one of the most popular payment options at online bingo sites, with millions of users worldwide.
You can make payments and withdrawals with PayPal at any online bingo site displaying the familiar blue-and-white logo. Many players choose bingo sites that accept PayPal for speed and convenience, so they don’t need to enter their card details repeatedly.
Just register and link one or more bank accounts to get started. Money is transferred from your account to the bingo site – and vice versa – quickly.
Skrill (formerly Moneybookers) is another hugely-popular payment option at online bingo sites.
Like PayPal, you just need an email address and password to access your account. It’s accepted at websites run by companies all over the world, for streamlined international transactions.
Online bingo sites accepting PayPal typically take payments through Skrill too.
Neteller is another e-wallet which allows you to make payments without needing to enter your banking details directly into a site. It’s a common option at bingo websites and requires just an email address with a password to process transactions.
Paysafecard (formerly UKash)
Paysafecard is a voucher system rather than an e-wallet. You can buy vouchers at hundreds of thousands of stores worldwide and use them to make payments at online bingo sites.
This gives you the freedom to control your spending carefully, as you can’t just authorise multiple consecutive payments as easily as you would with a debit card or e-wallet. You don’t need to create a Paysafecard account either, which is a big plus if you care about privacy.
Pay By Phone
Paying by phone (such as through Boku) is increasingly popular. Some bingo fans find this much simpler than using their debit/credit card or e-wallet when playing online, as payments are just added to your next phone bill.
Countless online bingo sites accept payments via credit and/or debit cards. Visa and MasterCard are the two most popular and you’ll see their logos on most bingo websites. Maestro is fairly common too but not as much as the latter payment options.
Different sites may apply charges for transactions through cards, though, so look into this before committing to a payment.
Cryptocurrencies aren’t available as widely as other payment methods, but some online bingo sites accept them.
Bitcoin is the biggest, though Ethereum, Dogecoin and more have their fans too. They offer a fast way to pay for online gaming without some of the charges imposed by banks/credit card companies.
Use this guide to online bingo payment options to help you get started and choose the right method for your spending habits.
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