Decisions, decisions! So you need to choose a payment method when playing at the casino but can’t make up your mind on which method to choose. Need some help making the decision? We’ve got you covered! Follow our handy tips and find the best payment method to suit your needs whether you are making a deposit or a withdrawal.
In order to source the most convenient banking method for yourself, it is important that you ask yourself a couple of questions beforehand to ascertain your requirements.
Five questions to ask when choosing a casino payment method
- Do I need to make a deposit or a withdrawal?
- When would I like these funds to reflect/become available?
- Is there a cost involved in using this payment method?
- Can you use the same payment method for making both a deposit and a withdrawal?
- What is the most important aspect to me about a payment method?
Once you have asked yourself these questions, check out the various options below and make your choice. Above all your online security is important at Red Flush Canada and the casino prides itself on providing secure online gambling and incredible casino entertainment.
Alternative payment methods
If you are looking for a fast and efficient payment option that still provides maximum online security then an alternative payment method would be a good option. Alternative payment methods include:
- Virtual cards such as EntroPay
- Instant bank transfers like InstaDebit and Citadel
- Prepaid coupons like Paysafecard
- E-wallets such as Skrill, NETELLER, iDebit, ClickandBuy and eziPay
Direct payment methods
If you want to pay directly from yourself to the casino without the use of an external party then you can use a Direct payment method. Direct payment methods include the use of direct bank transfers and the use of Visa and Mastercard.
Things to consider when making your choice
Have you made your decision? Remember to log in to the casino and view the full list of payment methods that are available in your country.
Use the handy Statements feature to track your transactions including all deposits and withdrawals.
Which Banking method did you choose?