Sweet Shop Bingo is an online bingo site, which provides users with the ability to play bingo games. However, in order to play for cash prizes, users must first deposit money into their account and there are a number of different Sweet Shop Bingo payment options available for this purpose.
In this article, we take a closer look at these payment methods and the pros and cons associated with them.
For registered users looking to deposit money into their account, the following payment options are available:
- Credit Card – Visa and MasterCard only.
- Debit Card – Visa only.
- PayPal – Online payments service. All currencies supported.
- Telephone (UK and overseas)
- Paysafecard – Pre-paid voucher.
- Entropay – Virtual Visa card, funded from a credit or debit card.
- NETeller – Online money transfer service. UK users only.
- Wire Transfer – All currencies supported.
The minimum deposit for all of the above payment methods is £5. Users are able to use multiple different methods to make deposits, although the maximum number of methods that can be used by a single player is five.
Limitations and Notes
It is worth noting that some of the Sweet Shop Bingo payment options listed above have certain limitations that users should be aware of. For example, all approved deposits will result in credit instantly being added to an account, with the exception of wire transfers, which will take between five and eight business days.
NETeller can only be used by players in the UK, meaning it may not be suitable for players who travel a lot, while Paysafecard can be used to deposit money, but money cannot be withdrawn back to a Paysafecard.
All things considered, credit or debit cards and PayPal are the best all-round options for players. These methods allow for deposits and withdrawals to be made to and from the same source, while also offering additional security protections. It should be noted, however, that credit or debit cards must be in the same name as the user account.