Payment Options

Each online casino offers a variety of secure and confidential methods for depositing into your online player account. Please have a look below for some of the more commonly used methods.

Credit Cards

Nearly all casinos accept Visa and MasterCard, but some banks don't allow their cardholders to make such transactions. In addition, some credit card companies place restrictions on the amount of money you can deposit into and withdraw from the Casino. For this reason, we suggest arranging an alternative payment method for your transactions, and most casinos will reward you for doing so.

You will also be surprised to know that American Express can be used at a variety of online casinos. Please visit the Amex Casino page to see where you can use this card.

Alternative Payment Methods

NETeller is an online payment transfer service where you can deposit money into your account and then use it to make online purchases. You can fund your NETeller account by Credit Card, Wire Transfer, EFT/ACH or InstaCash.

FirePay is another payment method similar to a debit or credit card in that you deposit funds into your account in order to transfer funds online. FirePay offers e-mail confirmation of purchases and online account activity statements. You can fund your account either directly from your bank account or via ACH or "E-Checks," both of which require a U.S. bank account.

Citadel is an electronic check service that offers one of the safest online transaction methods available. To open an account with Citadel, you must have a checking account at a financial institution in the U.S. and the check must be payable in U.S. dollars. Their Web site is:

EcoCard is an alternative purchasing method, which is used widely throughout Europe. EcoCard, in conjunction with its affiliated European banks, allows you to purchase casino credits in U.S. dollars, Euros, and Pounds Sterling.

Skrill (formerly Moneybookers) is a tool that allows players to safely send and receive money via email - instantly. Players can fund their account via CC or Wire and then deposit into the casino. This method saves time and hassle - payments are sent/received in real time, which eliminates long time delays plus all one needs to make or receive a payment is your email address, no more bank forms or checks. Their Web site is:

Wire Transfers - you do not have to open an account with a third-party intermediary. Wire transfers are accepted in most online casinos in U.S. dollars only. When executing a transfer, you will need to provide your account details and your player code, which may be found in the Wire Transfer instructions of the Cashier section of each online casino.

Bank Drafts and personal checks can be mailed directly to an online casino for deposit. Most casinos will cover all shipping costs for bank drafts if they receive it via FedEx, TNT, UPS or DHL. After the check is received, the casino will add the shipping cost back into your casino account.

900 Pay is a new payment method that lets you deposit from $75-$150 into your casino account and have the money charged to your phone bill. Credit cards and bank accounts are not required in order to use 900 Pay, and there are no hidden fees or long-distance charges. Withdrawals are issued in the form of bank drafts.

INSTADEBIT is a system, which allows you to make payments securely to online merchants directly from your U.S. bank account. INSTADEBIT works the same as writing a check or using your debit card. INSTADEBIT is free and you are not required to fund a separate account or provide your credit card information. The easy two-step sign up process only takes a minute and then you are ready to make your purchases. You simply complete the consumer registration form, enter your banking information and you are ready to pay for your purchases from your bank account. Your purchases will appear as cheques on your bank statement. INSTADEBIT never shares your personal information with merchants, and you will never be asked for your credit card number.

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