Treasure Bingo is an online bingo service, based in Gibraltar, allowing players to play a range of games, including 5p Bingo, 10p Bingo and various other online jackpot games. In order to actually play these games, however, and be in with a chance of winning, it is first necessary to deposit money into your account.
Below, we take a look at the various Treasure Bingo payment options, and examine the pros and cons.
The following methods are all available to Treasure Bingo players looking to deposit funds:
- Credit Cards – Visa and MasterCard only.
- Debit Cards – Visa and Maestro only.
- Telephone – Call 08082 387 546 (UK), or +12684 844 830 (overseas).
- PayPal – Online wallet. Deposits available in all currencies.
- Wire Transfers – Bank transfer. Deposits available in all currencies.
- Entropay – Virtual visa card, funded from a debit or credit card.
- Paysafecard – Pre-paid voucher.
- NETeller – Online wallet. Available to UK customers only.
The minimum deposit with all of the above methods is £5.
Limitations and Notes
Before deciding on a payment option, it is worth noting some of the limitations. For example, the Paysafecard is a solid option for making a deposit, but customers are not able to withdraw funds back to their Paysafecard. Meanwhile, NETeller is only available inside the UK and the telephone option can take longer than other methods.
All approved methods result in credit immediately being added to your bingo account, with the exception of wire transfers, which can take up to eight business days.
Out of the available Treasure Bingo payment options, the best choices for most players are paying with a debit card, credit card, or PayPal account. These methods are all safe, secure and include additional security protections. In addition, users can withdraw funds using the same method they use to deposit funds.
PayPal is perhaps the best all-round option, because credit and debit cards are limited to Visa, MasterCard and Maestro only, and the customer must also be the card holder. PayPal can also be used to keep Treasure Bingo deposits off of bank account statements, which can be valuable for those looking to play discreetly.