SpinIt Casino’s doors are open for most of the globe, with exception to US players, French players and a few other minor markets. Meeting the needs of players coming from different region calls for a diverse payment method list. Players can deposit and withdraw with a range of payment methods, like credit cards, debit cards, e-wallets, online banking methods that interlink your credit card and the casino, and prepaid cards.
It’s one of the few casinos that accept more than 10 different currencies, the full list is as follows: USD, EUR, NOK, SEK, GBP, CHF, CAD, AUD, ZAR, CZK, PLN, RUB, DKK, RON, GEL, TRY, CNY, NYZ, MXN, NGN, BGN, HRK, HUF, PEN, KRW and UAH.
The minimum amount a player can deposit at SpinIt Casino is €10 and the maximum is €10,000, depending on the nature of the deposit method. All deposits are instant, meaning you can start playing immediately. There are no fees that apply to deposits whatsoever.
Withdrawing has always been a problem for many players, even when playing at renowned online casinos. Fortunately, SpinIt Casino is known for making fast withdrawals that take little time to be fully completed. If you’ve previously verified your account and your identity with SpinIt Casino, all withdrawals shouldn’t take longer than 24 hours to be fully processed. The documents that are required are the standard ones, including a photographic ID, proof of address, proof of payment method and in some instances, the casino might require you to have these documents signed and stamped by a public notary. However, this happens rather rarely.
The minimum amount players can withdraw at SpinIt Casino is €10. Bank wires are the only payment method that takes longer than average. Furthermore, players can withdraw a maximum of €5,500 per week and a total of €22,000 per month. In our opinion, these limits are adequate for most players.VIP players are subject to higher withdrawal limits.
SpinIt Casino does not charge any fees on withdrawals, however, usually the payment provider will charge you a minor fee. Depending on the payment method, it can be a fixed, a percentage of the withdrawal amount, or a mix of both.