Sometimes, it’s not about the length of the list of payment options, but how useful the options are in fact. Twin Casino supports credit and debit card deposits, but you can also deposit using e-wallets, online banking featuring Trustly, and the go to prepaid card turned e-wallet Paysafecard. Another deposit option that must be duly noted is Zimpler, a mobile player dedicated payment provider.
Furthermore, Twin Casino players can deposit in several currencies, without incurring any currency conversion charges, such as the EUR, USD, SEK, NOK, GBP, CAD and AUD. As far as deposits go, there are no fees, at least there aren’t any by Twin Casino. You can test Twin Casino with as little as €/$/£20, or you can deposit as much as €/$/£10,000 per transaction. Note, you can deposit €/$/£10,000 per transaction with Trustly or if you decide to make a bank transfer directly to Twin Casino. Other deposit options come with a maximum deposit cap amount of €/$/£1,000, and €/$/£800 which applies to Zimpler.
For what it’s worth, all deposits are processed instantly, as long as your e-wallet or your bank account balance can support it.
The list of withdrawal methods pretty much mimics the one showing the deposit ones. This is considered a feature, because those who are already part of Twin, full depositing members of Twin Casino, can withdraw using the payment method they’ve used to fund their respective accounts.
There’s a minimum withdrawal threshold set at €/$/£20 only. Moreover, players are allowed to withdraw the same amount per transaction as they are to deposit. Basically, this makes Twin a fair online casino. We’ve witnessed withdrawal policies which mandate players to make several withdrawals to reach the amount they’ve deposited with one single transaction.
What worries us is the absence of a withdrawal limit of any kind. We prefer casinos that publicly display some kind of a withdrawal limit, be that a daily, weekly or a monthly one. Also, there are fees on withdrawals, to be precise, you will have to cover a €/$/£2.5 fee if you withdraw using credit cards, debit cards, Neteller or Skrill. It’s not that impactful, but casual players will feel the burden for sure. After all, €/$/£2.5 is the average value of no deposit free spins on Starburst for instance.
Note, Twin Casino has a KYC policy in place, which means you will be required to provide proof of identity, proof of residence, and if you’ve deposited with a credit card, you will have to provide a proof of payment method as well.