To be able to take full advantage of what the world of online bingo has to offer you, you usually have to have made at least one deposit at the site of your choice. But how do you make the deposit? What are the payment options available to you?
The payment options available to you differ from site to site but all will at least accept credit or debit cards. Whilst security is something that may be a concern for any player, all of the reputable brands on the Internet are very secure and offer assurances around security and privacy.
Things to watch out for when choosing your payment options at any site include:
Ease of use - is it easy to use and what information is required to process your financial transaction. Popularity - is the option used by many different online bingo sites, or casinos?
And of course, most importantly:
Payment Options Available
There are many different payment options available on the Internet today but here we look at the most popular ones used by recommended online bingo sites.
Credit / Debit Cards
This is the most popular of payment options available and you'll find you can use your Visa, Mastercard, Maestro and any online bingo site. It's the most obvious choice as a funding method, and the most widely accepted.
When using this as your choice for payment, the funds are in your account instantly which means you can head off to the rooms to play immediately.
It's worth noting that some credit cards charge a fee but you will be made aware of this when completing the transaction.
Neteller Bingo Deposits
Neteller is an e-wallet, similar to Paypal and a mainstay of payment options available in the world of online gaming.
Having a Neteller account means that you enter your payment in one place and then just use your account details at the bingo site to fund.
You're provided with a Neteller ID and it is this that you need to enter at the site you are choosing to make a deposit with.
Paypal Bingo Deposits
Paypal has not always been available at all sites, in fact it was only in 2017 that the Cozy Games sites were approved to use this payment option. It has been available on the Dragonfish network since August 2011.
Like Neteller, you need to create an account with Paypal but then your login details can be used to fund your bingo at many sites. This payment option also means your details have to be entered in just one place.
A plus point for this option is that withdrawals to Paypal are pretty speedy too.
Paysafecard Bingo Deposits
Like Paypal and Neteller, the Paysafecard is a great way to deposit if you prefer not to be entering your personal financial details at a number of different sources.
This payment option works in a similar way to topping up your mobile phone and can be brought both online and offline in retail outlets. You'll be provided with a voucher code, and it is the number that you have to enter at the site you wish to deposit at.
Skrill Bingo Deposits
Another of the popular payment options is Skrill, previously known as Moneybookers and it works in the same way as Paypal and Neteller.
You create an account online and then add funds to your Skrill account.
EntroPay Bingo Deposits
Entropay was founded in 2003 and are prepaid cards. It's quick and simple to create an account and get a card, and costs nothing.
However, it costs 4.95% to top up your Entropay card from your debit or credit card, and costs to withdraw to your bank account using this method.
Pay By Mobile Bingo Depositing
Although this option is not currently available on the most popular of networks, Dragonfish, it is one of the popular payment options used by mobile players.
With all of the above methods of depositing at a bingo site available to you, it is also important to note that withdrawals are just as easy and secure. Chit Chat Bingo is a licensed UK Bingo site. That means we conform to the most stringent bingo licensing rules online. Bingo players at Chit Chat Bingo can not only deposit as and when they wish too, they can also make withdrawals with no weekly or monthly limits imposed.