Bingo Deal | On The Debate this week…

skip to content

All NewsLatest News: The Great Getaway

All ArticlesBingo School: Payment Methods

All NewsLatest News: £1 Million January Jackpots

All ReviewsTop Bingo Site: Mecca Bingo are rated 9/10 and offer a £30 sign up bonus

All Free PlaysFree Plays: £250 free at Posh Bingo

Bingo School

Payment Methods

A guide to payment options available at online bingo halls.

There are now more ways than ever to deposit and start playing at your favourite online bingo halls. In fact there are that many it can become quite confusing to new players.

All of the bingo halls that we cover allow you to deposit and withdraw your winnings using all the familiar credit cards and debit cards most of us know. For example, Visa, MasterCard, Switch and so on.

Not everyone feels comfortable with handing over their details every time they set up a new account somewhere, be that with a bingo hall or a an online retailer.

For those of you who use eBay you may be accustomed to PayPal .Once you have a PayPal account you don’t have to hand over your card details every time you process a payment, you simply login using your username and password to with draw or deposit your money. This is of course if the bingo hall accepts PayPal as a method of payment.

There are also a number of other payment methods which are similar to PayPal. Neteller being one, they cover over 180 countries across a broad spectrum of industries and businesses. Neteller have one of the best anti-fraud programs in place and excellent online support.

Ukash. Ukash works a bit differently from PayPal etc, in that you purchase vouchers from retail stores and use these voucher to purchase things online. Be that bingo credits or a new pair of shoes.
Ukash is available at over 420,000 outlets worldwide, in over 55 countries. You can get Ukash from shops, petrol stations, kiosks, ATMs and online.

Western Union. You have probably seen Western Union on the high street. Any bingo winnings can be sent to your Western Union account and withdrawn as cash from their high street locations.

If you prefer a more traditional approach, most bingo halls will still let you withdraw your winnings via cheque or by direct bank transfer. The obvious problem with cheques is the length of time which it takes to process the payment. On the other hand, the like of PayPal, Neteller and Ukash have various processing and handling fees.

Payment Methods

A guide to payment options available at online bingo halls.

90 Ball Bingo (UK) Rules

90 Ball Bingo is a game using a printed ticket of 15 numbers on three lines; most commonly played in the UK, Australia and New Zealand!

Newsletter Signup

Register here so we can keep you up-to-date with Bingo Deal news...