Funding Methods - Online Bingo
There are now many ways to fund your online bingo account other than credit cards. With the growth of online payment systems it can be quite confusing deciding how to pay for your bingo, so we've put this section together to highlight and assess all the different funding options available.
Some methods have advantages over others, some are cheaper than others, some more secure, and some are less hassle. To help you decide which one is the best for you, we've put together this section with details on how to use each method, and its pros and cons. Once you've decided which one is the most suitable, we've also listed which sites accept your chosen method, so you can simply look down the list, pick a site, and either go straight there, or have a read through of our review of the site first.
Have a look at the table below and click through the various method pages to see which payment method suits you best.
Popular Bingo Funding Methods
|Debit / Credit Cards
With a debit or credit card in most wallets and purses it's the natural payment choice for most bingo players, and is the most widely accepted method across the whole range of bingo sites.
Bingo sites that accept Debit / Credit cards.
One of the most popular E-Wallets, Neteller offers a secure system for funding bingo accounts. Easy to set up, widely accepted and no withdrawal charges, get the details here.
Bingo sites that accept Neteller.
PayPal is one of the most popular ways of making transactions online, as you only need one account with your details, so, it's a big time saver. More bingo sites are now accepting it, so see which site you can play on with our PayPal bingo list.
Bingo sites that accept PayPal.
With identity theft becoming a bit of a concern for many people, Paysafe Card offers the ability of fund bingo accounts without having to give out any bank details. Find out which 'Paysafe friendly' sites have a bonus on offer.
Bingo sites that accept Paysafe card.
Previously known as Moneybookers, a Skrill account is basically the same, just a name change. Find out what you need to do to set up an account and fund your bingo fun with some Skrill cash.
Bingo sites that accept Skrill.
If you like to keep your payment options 'local', then Ukash has vouchers that you can buy from your local store then use on a lot of bingo sites, many of them offering bonuses. Check out the list.
Bingo sites that accept Ukash.