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Payment Options Slots and Bingo


If you’re playing your favourite real money bingo and slots games through a mobile app then you’ll probably be making a deposit on your phone too. All of us want this process to be as quick and secure as possible. But which is the best option? Aside from debit cards there are several excellent eWallet and mobile carrier payment services accepted by gambling sites that you might want to consider. For your convenience here are three of the best.

  1. BOKU Mobile Payments

BOKU is by far the most popular mobile phone payment option for online gamblers. It is quick, convenient and very secure. The BOKU system was developed to facilitate payments for virtual goods of all kinds, including music streaming and social gaming, and it has flourished in the gambling sector. The advantage of depositing this way is that you don’t have to share any bank details with your casino or sportsbook. Instead you simply add your phone number into the accounts page along with the value of your deposit. Then wait for an SMS with a verification code that you should enter on your account page. Once you’ve completed that process you’ll be ready to bet. The value of your deposit is simply deducted from your pay-as-you-go balance or added to your monthly bill.

There are some disadvantages to BOKU payments that you should be aware of – there is a £30 daily limit, and should you win you cannot withdraw using the system. Of course you can always set up a bank account or eWallet to withdraw to instead. If you’re interested in learning more then check out this list of BOKU slot sites to find out where it is accepted.

  1. Paypal eWallet

One of the most popular eWallet payment options for slots and bingo players is Paypal. It’s accepted widely and allows fast, secure and free deposits and withdrawals. You will probably recognise the Paypal logo that’s displayed on a lot of casinos and sportsbooks in the UK. If you want to try this service you’ll need to set up an account at the Paypal site. Then, once it’s verified then you are good to go. You can deposit directly into the eWallet then transfer funds from there to your casino account. Or you can use Paypal to facilitate a payment straight into your gambling account without going via the wallet. It’s very easy to do.

For those who are security conscious Paypal comes with the added advantage that you don’t need to share your bank details with the casino or sportsbook, only with Paypal itself. Withdrawals also appear immediately in your wallet, without the 5 day wait that occurs with some banks.

  1. Skrill Payments

The third deposit method we cover here is Skrill. This system was formerly known as Moneybookers and it is another eWallet. It was created specifically for gambling and is pretty similar to Paypal. Once again you will need to set up an account which allows you to transfer funds in and out of a virtual wallet on the Skrill site. It is really convenient to use from your casino account, allowing deposits in just a few short clicks without the need to enter your bank account details.

Most slots and bingo sites won’t charge you to make deposits via Skrill but you should always check with a support agent or on the site FAQs to be sure. The only drawback of this deposit method is that most gambling sites exclude it from promotions due to a history of abuse from players signing up multiple accounts to claim free spins and bonuses. But if you can live with that then Skril is an excellent alternative to your standard debit card or wire transfer.

Of course, there are many more payment options available on your bingo app, including other eWallets like Neteller and top-up cards like Paysafecard. But for convenience, safety and security we recommend the three listed in this article. Have fun, and gamble responsibly.

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