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Payment Methods Betting Online FAQs
Which are the most popular payment methods for betting?
Traditional payment methods such as debit cards and credits cards remain popular payment methods, as does depositing directly from a bank account. Online bookmakers widely accept e-wallets such as PayPal, Neteller and Skrill, while Apple Pay and Google Pay are also accepted at some betting sites. Prepaid cards are also becoming increasingly popular with online bookies, with the paysafecard widely accepted with UK betting sites.
Which bookmakers accept Neteller?
Neteller is used by a number of betting sites, although legal issues mean that customers using bookmakers in a number of countries (including Albania, Cambodia, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, Laos, Lebanon, Macau, Singapore, and Turkey) are not permitted to use this e-wallet as a payment method and will have to deposit using an alternative.
FreeTips.com has a full list of which betting sites accept Neteller, with a quick and easy to use comparison table available showing the bookmakers allowing you to use Neteller in your country.
Which betting site offers free bet?
Most online bookmakers offer some kind of free bets to new customers, and, from time to time, existing customers can claim free bets as well. Betting site offers such as free bets can come in several forms including, a deposit match bonus, a first bet bonus, risk free bets.
Some free bet offers may depend on the payment method used to deposit. Our bookie specials page will tell you if any free bet offers require you to deposit via a specific payment method, or whether a certain deposit method is not accepted for a particular bookmaker promotion.
FreeTips.com have comparison tables showing which bookmakers offer free bets or a welcome bonus, as well as details on how to claim your free bet.
Which bookmakers offer Cash Out?
Cash Out is available on selected markets at most major betting sites. The popular feature allows punters to settle bets early – cashing out for a profit before the event has finished, or for a smaller loss than could be expected if your bet is looking unlikely to win.
Top betting sites offering Cash Out include: bet365 (which also offers a Partial Cash Out option), Betfair, BetVictor and Unibet.
Which bookmaker accept PayPal?
PayPal is accepted at many betting sites in the UK. Betfair led the way by becoming the first betting site in Europe to use PayPal, and the e-wallet is now used by a number of top bookmakers in the United Kingdom and throughout Europe as a payment method for deposits and withdrawals.
Some bookies may offer free bets or a welcome bonus for new customers based on their initial deposit being made via PayPal.
Which is the best betting site?
Everyone looks for different things from a bookmaker – it isn’t as simple as picking whichever betting site your mate uses – and most have good points as well as bad points. The best bookmakers tend to be those with a solid all-round offering. They should have a wide range of sports and markets to bet on, as well as good odds and live in-play betting. The best betting sites should also offer great 24/7 customer service, a good free bet offer, plus a range of deposit and withdrawal methods (as well as quick withdrawals).
FreeTips.com’s favourite online bookmakers at time of writing include bet365 and Stake.com.