PayPal Casino

Casino sites that accept PayPal deposits

E-wallets are one of the safest ways to make online deposits and purchases, and PayPal is probably one of the most secure as well as the most trusted. You’ll be happy to know that is a PayPal casino, meaning you can deposit and withdraw using this payment method. This alternative method is also one of the quickest ways to withdraw your winnings. Deposits are instant just like a bank transfer, unlike a bank transfer though where withdrawals can take between 3 – 7 working days, withdrawing to PayPal can take just 24 hours.

Advantages and Disadvantages of using PayPal as a deposit method

PayPal and other e-wallets including Neteller and Skrill use some of the most secure software to make transactions safe. Their encrypted software is some of the most advanced in the world. As previously mentioned, the deposits and withdrawals using PayPal are some of the quickest around, but should anything go wrong with a payment, you are protected by the PayPal Buyers Protection policy that will get you a full refund.

The only disadvantage of using PayPal and other e-wallets is you may have to pay a fee when you deposit from your wallet to your player account at our online casino. If you have funds in your PayPal balance, there will not be a fee. However, if you deposit into your player account using a credit or debit card via PayPal, a small fee may be applied to the transaction. It will depend on your bank’s agreement with the e-wallet provider, so charges may vary. Fees will also apply if you need to convert currency. If your chosen casino does not accept your countries national currency and you need to convert it to another, a fee of 0.4% to 7.4% will have to be paid.

PayPal withdrawal and deposit limits

There are limits on how much you can deposit and withdraw into PayPal at any one time. The majority of online casinos accept a minimum deposit and withdrawal of just £10, and this is something you can do if you are using PayPal as your chosen payment method. How much you can withdraw in your e-wallet depends on the casino, some have a maximum withdrawal limit of £5,000, while some go as high as £10,000. These limits can be daily, weekly or monthly, we advise that you read the casino’s terms and conditions and withdrawal policies for more information.

So whether you decide to use PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, Boku or Bank Transfer, one thing is certain, you will be able to enjoy all of our slots, casino games and scratch cards once your player account is funded.