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PayPal was one of the first online payment methods on the internet, and is trusted by millions of people worldwide to make financial transactions. Whether you want to transfer money to a friend, pay for something at an online store, or make a deposit at a Netent Casino, PayPal can help you out. PayPal is reliable, easy and safe to use, and that’s why we have included it on our recommended payment methods page.
In the past PayPal seemed to have resisted payments to and from online casinos, but as online casinos are becoming more popular and common on the internet, this famous online wallet has joined in and now offers payments to and from casinos.
There are currently four Netent casinos that offer PayPal for their transactions: There’s Mybet, and the Stan James casino, which we’ve had on our website for a while, but recently Boyle Sports and BGO casino also joined our list of Paypal Casinos.
Mybet is a well know bookmaker which offers an online casino and online poker besides sports betting. Alongside PayPal they also accept credit cards and well known e-wallets such as Neteller and Skrill. If you haven’t got an account with Mybet yet, and you sign up and make your first deposit with PayPal, you will receive a 100% bonus, up to € 500.
StanJames is another famous bookmaker, which also offers a great Netent online casino and online poker alongside their sports betting pages. With your first € 20 deposit with PayPal, you will receive a € 5 bonus.
Our website has a very convenient ‘Payments’ page where you’ll find an overview of the different payment methods accepted at different casinos, to help you get an idea of what is out there. Here you’ll find all the relevant information on e-wallets such as Skrill (previously Moneybookers), Paysafe and Neteller amongst others, which are designed to make financial transactions on the internet. We’ll soon be adding even more e-wallets to our page, so keep an eye out for it!