Paysafecard Betting Sites & Online Casinos

Paysafecard allows you to make easy and secure online transactions using prepaid vouchers, meaning you can make a deposit at an online casino without having to enter any personal banking details. The card can be purchased at various retailers across certain countries in Europe, North & South America, as well as Australia and New Zealand. Simply visit their website and enter your postcode to find the nearest retailer to you. In some countries, you may even be able to purchase these vouchers online.

Paysafecard allows you to, as it says in the name, pay safely online, however, it does not have any scope to make withdrawals, so you will need to use a different method to withdraw any winnings.

Online Gambling Sites That Accept Paysafecard

How it Works

Unlike many e-wallets, the Paysafecard is basically a one off transaction via a 16-digit number that you will be given at the point of sale.

The first step of the process is to locate where your nearest Paysafecard retailer is. There are hundreds of thousands based around the world, ranging from your local garage to high street supermarkets. You will need to go into the store and then inform the clerk of how much you want to credit your Paysafecard.

The amount must be paid in cash and in full and in return you will be given your 16-digit number. The number can then be entered in to your bookmaker of choice and then you can highlight how much you want to deposit. 

The card will be perfect for people wanting to keep as little personal information stored on their bookmaker as possible. Apart from having to enter detail when you register for the account, you will not have to use any banking information whatsoever. The process is quick and easy and once your 16-digit number has been used, it will be discarded. For each transaction you will be given a new number with the amount specified on that card.

Using Paysafecard for online gambling

The Paysafecard can be used in a multitude of countries around the world. This covers the majority of Europe, the US, Australia, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Canada. There are over 500,00 stores that will accept Paysafecard deposits around the world and you can use their website or even their mobile app to find the closest store to you.


The main benefit to using the Paysafecard over other banking methods is that you will have complete anonymity when banking. This means that you wont need to enter any details over than the 16-digit pin that you are given when you purchase your code from the store.

The all-new mobile app will allow you to log into your account and track the pins that are tagged to the account. This will allow you to see how much money is left on each one and also find out where you can go to get new pins and increased funds.


There are a number of downsides to using Paysafecard, the main one being that you can’t withdraw back to the same card. If you have used a Paysafecard to deposit then you will need to add another form of either e-wallet or bank account to the bookmaker in order to withdraw any winnings. This almost takes away the whole concept of the Paysafecard in that at some point you will still need to upload some form of banking information. But, this can be used alongside an e-wallet such as Skrill or Neteller, which keeps banking information online to a minimum.

The card also comes with a fairly low limit to the maximum transaction of £1,000, converted to your local currency. This will likely be enough for most, but if you are looking to deposit more than this you will need to combine cards in order to do so, increasing the number of transactions.

The card also only allows you to purchase them with cash and you can’t use a credit or debit card. Again, for ease of use this becomes a bit of a pain, especially if you are looking to deposit large sums, often meaning several trips to the bank in which to avoid daily withdrawal limits on your bank account.


Paysafecard are actually one of the oldest forms of ‘alternative’ deposit methods for online gambling being founded in 1996. The company are based out of the Isle of Man and in 2015 reported record revenue figures of $613 million.

Paysafecard is was actually set up by a combination of Neteller PLC, Netbanx Ltd and Optimal Payments Limited. Over the course of the next 15 years the brand were seemingly passed about like a bit of a rag doll as Neteller were acquiring business and other forms of online payment companies left right and centre, before finally falling under the wings of Skrill.

In 2015 Paysafecard merged with rivals UKash to become the largest form of pre-paid service in the world.  

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