Best Paysafecard Betting Sites

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Best Paysafecard Betting Sites

The choice and convenience of having a flutter on an online sports betting site is undeniable, but if you’re the kind of punter who liked to wager with cash in a traditional bookies then doing that digitally may not be so obviously easy. It can often seem that you need to have a debit / credit card and bank account to party online, and not everyone has those options or wants to use them if they have. Step forward Paysafecard as a clever solution to enjoying some sports betting as if using cash.

Originally branded as Ukash, Paysafecard is a prepayment service that’s now part of the very well respected Skrill Group (home to NETeller as well as, no prizes for guessing, Skrill). We suggested Paysafecard is like using cash above, but you can also think of it as the equivalent of a pay-as-you-go phone compared to contract. If that sounds attractive here’s how it works if you want to use it for online sport betting or other gambling products:

Step One is to but a Paysafecard voucher. There are lots of local retail outlets for these cards and a search facility on makes it that much easier to find one that’s close to where you live. All outlets can sell you £10, £25, £50, £75 and £100 vouchers, but if it’s a shop accredited as a PayPoint retailer there are additional options of £125, £150 and £175 value cards – handy if you can afford the outlay and want fewer trips out to the shops.

Step Two is to use the Paysafecard you’ve bought to fund your fun at a sports betting site that accepts it as a payment method (and many of the best do). This is trivially easy to do; once logged in to your player account you just need to click through to the ‘Cashier’ or ‘Deposit’ section it will have, and have your Paysafecard voucher to hand. On the voucher is a sixteen-digit PIN number. Enter this code in the appropriate box on the deposit page, enter how much you want to deposit from it and then confirm those details to complete the transaction. Simple eh?

Not only does offer a simple pay-as-you-go way to make deposits into your player account, the service offers an option for withdrawing cashable funds too. This requires setting up an online account at, which is free and quick to do. That account can then be used to receive payments from your favourite betting site when luck lands you that three-horse accumulator you took a punt on at Newmarket!

There’s only one important thing to note to ensure withdrawals are as easy as falling off a log – make sure to use the same email that you used for your player account when you register your myPaysafecard account.