How to Make Deposits

Making a deposit at an online casino is really straightforward, but before you can deposit you need to decide which method would be the best to use. Online casinos have made this really easy for you by accepting a wide range of deposit methods and South African players can use most of these methods without any problems. Don’t forget that you also need to register an account with the casino before you can make a deposit and signing up is both free and simple.

South African players can generally deposit at online casinos using credit and debit cards such as Visa and MasterCard, plus a growing number of players have chosen to deposit using various major e-wallets such as Skrill and NETELLER. You can also deposit at any of our featured South African online casinos using certain prepaid cards such as Ukash, or by sending direct bank transfers. One of the other reliable methods, but the slowest method, is to deposit using a cheque, but fewer players go for this option.

The minimum deposit at most online casinos can be anywhere from as R150 to R300 but the exact minimum amount that you can deposit will vary from one online casino to the next and it will depend on exactly which method you are using to deposit. When depositing at an online casino with a credit card, a debit card, a prepaid card, or by ewallet or direct bank transfer, the transactions is usually processed in a matter of seconds, whereas paying by cheque can take up to seven days or longer to be processed.

When making your first ever deposit at an online casino, you may be entitled to some kind of new player welcome bonus and the most common welcome bonus is the matching deposit bonus. Before you make a deposit, make sure that you take full advantage of your new player welcome bonus. If this is a 100% match worth up to R2,000 it means that you could deposit up to R2,000 and the casino will match your deposit by the same amount, giving you a total of R4,000 to play with.

You may need to enter a unique bonus code into the required field when making your deposit, so make sure that you enter the correct code otherwise you could miss out on what is rightfully yours. Most deposits at online casinos are free, but some payment methods may charge a tiny fee which will be hardly noticeable. To find out more about any charges that may apply, the best thing to do would be to contact your chosen payment method.

Once you have made a deposit using a credit or debit card or ewallet, most of the important financial information will be stored at the casino for future use. This means that all future deposits won’t take as long as the first ever deposit because you won’t need to keep entering so many details such as your card number or your e-wallet account number.

When you do make a deposit, simply follow the onscreen instructions that apply to your chosen method and then before you actually send the funds, make sure that the details and the amount that you are trying to deposit are both correct. If you run in to any kind of difficulty when making a deposit, the best thing to do would be to contact the player support at the casino.

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