Betway Casino Payment Options
1st Deposit Bonus: 100% up to $/€/£250.
2nd Deposit Bonus: 25% up to $/€/£250.
3rd Deposit Bonus: 50% up to $/€/£500.
The minimum qualifying deposit required for any of the bonus offers is $/€/£20.
There’s no need to ask the customer support what payment methods are available to you in specific, because Betway Casino provides individual lists of payment method, for each of its core markets. If you happen to be from the UK, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Portugal or any other of the listed countries, simply select your country of residence from the drop down menu.
As you can see from the list below, there are quite a lot of payment methods you can choose from to make deposits and withdrawals. Furthermore, you can make your deposits in several currencies. Please, choose the one that suits you best when you register.
Deposits are instant, and free of charge. If a player has made a deposit, but has not wagered the amount deposited at least once, Betway will withhold 10% of the deposited amount as an administrative fee. Other than this, deposits are free of any fees whatsoever.
The payment options, including both the deposit and the withdrawal options seem overwhelming. Basically, Betway has covered all types of payment providers. Most of the passionate player’s favorites are part of Betway, such as EcoPayz, PayPal, EntroPay, INSTADEBIT and the standard Skrill and Neteller.
Betway Casino does not state any withdrawal limit, but we suspect there still is one. We cannot speculate on this matter, but if it’s not stated with must assume it’s beyond what other online casinos are willing to pay out. Players who are willing to withdraw their winnings, might be asked to provide the KYC documents, such as proof of address, photo ID and if applicable a proof of ownership of the payment method used. Withdrawals of €/£/$2,000 or more are subject to mandatory KYC check.
Heftier withdrawals are as expected subject to thorough checks, ergo the pending period of 24 hours has to be respected.
When withdrawing, the payment method you’ve used to make the deposit has the priority, meaning it becomes the first option you MUST take as a withdrawal method. If this is not possible, like in the case with Maestro, the withdrawal will be completed via bank transfer.