Thai Baht (THB) Betting Sites & Online Casinos

Thai Baht is the official currency used in Thailand. Unofficially, due to its proximity to these countries, it is also used by Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, and the border area of Malaysia. The currency is divided into 100 units called 'satang' with the symbol for the baht being ฿.

Ladbrokes offers Thai Baht as an option for placing a deposit for sports betting, online casino, online bingo, as well as online poker. Additionally, Red Flush Casino allows THB deposits for online casino.

Online Bookmakers That Accept Thai Baht (THB)

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Online Casinos That Accept Thai Baht (THB)

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Online Bingo Sites That Accept Thai Baht (THB)

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Online Poker Sites That Accept Thai Baht (THB)

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About the Currency

'Baht' has been around for quite some time, however, up until 1897, it was only a unit a weight rather than actual physical currency. It was Prince Jayanta who actually came up with the decimal currency system where 1 baht was worth 100 satang.

Thai Baht exists as 20, 50, 100, 500, and ฿1000 baht banknotes. It is also available in 25 and 50 satang, as well as 1, 2, 5, and ฿10 baht coins. Whilst no longer really used, there are also 1, 5, and 10 satang coins.

Exchange Rates

In relation to the US Dollar, the Thai Baht started out at around 11 baht per 1 USD in 1923, rising to 20 baht per US dollar in 1978. The lowest rate was in 1998 when the baht was at 56 to one dollar, however, now it is down to 35 at the time of writing. For the most up-to-date Thai Baht exchange rates, please visit XE.com.

Approximate Exchange Rates
1 USD 1 EUR 1 GBP 1 AUD 1 CAD
35 39 43 27 27

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