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Roulette Payment & Banking

Online Roulette Guide

We have a lot of free roulette games on this site, which don’t require a discussion on payment options of course. But there may come a time when you want to bet for real, in which case you’ll need to think about what kind of payment option you will use to make deposits and hopefully withdrawals, if you win.

There are many options available- most decent casinos go out fo their way to ensure that they have a wide choice of payment options including:

Credit Cards like Visa and Mastercard
Debit Cards like Solo, Visa Electron, and Delta
Paypal (the most popular online payment mechanism)
Web wallets like Neteller and Skrill (formerly Moneybookers)
Other methods like Western Union, UKash, and Wire Transfer etc.

In this section we’ll be taking a look at the pros and cons of each method.

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Pros and Cons of Different Payment Mechanisms

Credit cards: Visa and Mastercard.

The advantages are obvious- most people have them and they are easy to use. But some people prefer to have an extra step between the merchant (ie the casino) and themselves.

Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Mastercard Debit and Entropay.

Again, pretty ubiquitous like credit cards. But some people like to add a step in the chain.


PayPal is perhaps the best know online payment method, but not all online casinos accept it- they are pretty strict about who they work with- generally only available to EU residents that live in a country that has a regulated online casino market.


Make Neteller roulette deposits and withdrawals: this service is a web wallet that provides a secure online funds transfer service. It’s like having a personal online wallet.


You can buy UKash vouchers with cash (banknotes and coins) at most corner shops and newsagents. It works a bit like a mobile phone top up voucher. You buy some UKash and get a 19 digit number which you enter in the banking section of the casino. The funds are then transferred into your account. UKash roulette fans take note: the company was bought by Paysafecard in 2015 (see below). UKash will disappear as a brand name from the end of 2015 and be superseded by paysafecard.


Skrill, formerly known as Moneybookers, is another excellent web wallet. and is one of the quickest ways to send and receive money online.


Paysafecard is a European prepaid card that you can use on the Internet. It is a simple mechanism that is fast and secure and is gaining popularity quickly. If you want to protect your privacy online, head to paysafecard roulette friendly sites as you can use this system without signing up or disclosing your private or financial details. You just get a 16 number code which you use to deposit at the casino. You can buy the vouchers at retail outlets worldwide.