SuperCasino revolves a rather narrow player base, primarily located in the UK, ergo, we’re going to evaluate its banking terms and the payment options based on this fact. There a few terms you must know about and respect them, otherwise they might be detrimental to your experience, especially if you’re a bonus player.
For starters, PayPal deposits carry a fee of 3%. In other words, if you deposit £10, only £9.70 will reach your cash balance at SuperCasino. There aren’t any fees on deposits made with other deposit methods, but you’re most likely aware that payment providers change a small fee on every transaction you make. For example, if you’re going to deposit with a credit card, a fee charge of up to 2.5% might apply.
In spite of the fee PayPal is still the best payment option. However, if you’re a high roller, you might consider opting for a different, more efficient deposit method, an e-wallet preferably. Your ultimate objective is to reduce the fee charges to the very minimum.
As you can see from the above listed withdrawals options, it’s a decent range of payment methods. Most of the deposit methods can be used for withdrawing money out of SuperCasino. There are no fees which you should worry about, that is, as long as you’re withdrawing £10 or more. Any transaction less than this comes with a fee charge of £1.5. We totally understand SuperCasino’s decision in view of this matter.
SuperCasino might take up to 48 hours to perform the necessary checks and finish all procedures before your funds are actually released. Now, if this is a modest amount, the money might be released sooner. However, in order not to raise your expectations too high, credit card, debit card and bank transfer withdrawals can take as many as 5 days before they’re fully complete. E-wallet withdrawals on the other hand, a war more efficient. SuperCasino will inform you of the status of your withdrawal via email.
There are a few limits mentioned, but none of them is labeled as a default withdrawal limit. There’s one that applies to jackpot wins, and it says that SuperCasino reserves the right to pay out jackpot wins in £10,000 equal installments until the full amount is paid out. On the other hand, if a player wants a lump sum payment, the lump amount will be offset against future values. This is a big flaw!
Furthermore, bonus players can win no more than £5,000 per month. If say you’re a bonus player and you win more than this threshold, you will not be allowed to withdraw more than the said amount. Lastly, withdrawals of £2,500 or more within a 24 hour period are subject to extensive checks and need management approval.