Argentine Peso (ARS) Betting Sites & Online Casinos

The Argentine Peso, abbreviated ARS, is used solely in the South American country of Argentina, which is the second largest country in Latin American located along the south eastern edge of the Southern Cone.

There are not a huge variety of places to make deposits using the Argentine Peso when it comes to sports betting and casino play, but as always we'll keep monitoring the situation and update this page as and when we find them.

Online Bookmakers That Accept Argentine Peso (ARS)

Online Casinos That Accept Argentine Peso (ARS)

Online Bingo Sites That Accept Argentine Peso (ARS)

Online Poker Sites That Accept Argentine Peso (ARS)

About the Currency

The name 'Argentina' refers to the Latin word argentum meaning 'silver', as a result of the 'Sierra de la Plata' legend, which involved a mythical source of silver that ran through South America. In fact, one of the earlier versions of the Argentine peso – the silver peso made in 1880 – was actually made from 25g of silver.

ZAR is made up of 100 centavos with the symbol for the currency being the same as the US Dollar – $. Bank notes come in 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 500s, while coins come in 5, 10, 25, 50 centavos, as well as 1 and 2 peso coins.

Exchange Rates

The exchange rate between the Argentine peso and other currencies fluctuates massively. From 2002 to 2008, there were 3 to 4 pesos to each 1 US dollar, then from 2009 to 2011, there was more than 6 pesos to 1 dollar. In 2014, it was 8 pesos to the dollar and by 2015 it had risen to 10 pesos at the start of the year and was up to 13 by the end of that same year. According to current figures at the time of writing in October 2016, the exchange rates are as follows, however, for the most up-to-date figures, it's best to visit XE.

Approximate Exchange Rates
15 17 19 11.5 11.4

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