Online casinos provide a world of exciting and often profitable gaming for punters from all over the globe. Of course, one of the main reasons that anyone signs with an online casino is to play their different casino games. These can run into the thousands, depending on the size of the online casino in question. However, aside from finding the best online slots, progressive jackpots, roulette, blackjack, poker and other games, finding the best possible online payment method for specific needs can be just as important.

As one would expect in 2018, there are a myriad of options available to online casino gamers who may be looking for a fast, convenient and perhaps above all, safe way to get their money out of their online casino accounts. From the classic tried and trusted options, through to newest innovations, we round up the top 5 online payout methods for casino users.

  1. Credit Cards and Debit Cards

Credit cards and debit cards are perhaps among the oldest of trusted online payout options on our list. Universally available, there are virtually no online gambling sites that don’t accept some form of Visa or MasterCard payment option. Both Visa and MasterCard are available as credit or debit cards, thanks to Visa Debit and Electron card options, and MasterCard’s Maestro option. Keep in mind however, that credit and debit cards will take a bit longer to clear due to various banking processes. Expect anywhere from 3 to 7 days in most cases.

  1. eChecks

Another interesting payment option which has been around for quite a while is eCheck or electronic checks. The concept is pretty simple and widely available at online casinos. Instead of mailing in a real check to deposit money the internet has duplicated this process electronically. The method operates just like a regular check where the bank information is provided and the fund come from your bank account through a third party payment processor. eCheck is considered a direct payment option similar to bank wire.

  1. PayPal

PayPal is the most universally recognized online payment system and is classified as a eWallet. PayPal is simple to use and very easy to set up, with a quick visit to the PayPal website, users are up and running in under ten minutes (if you really take your time). All you need to set up a PayPal account is a valid online banking account which you will need to link to your PayPal account. Payouts from most online casinos to PayPal take about 24 to 48 hours to process, making it one of the fastest and most reliable casino payout options around.

  1. PaySafeCard

PaySafeCard is a fairly interesting online payment system that is gaining a lot of ground very quickly among online casino users. PaySafeCard is classified as a prepaid payment option which uses a secure PIN-based voucher system in order to make fast and very safe deposits to your casino account. You can purchase vouchers at thousands of participating retailers around the world or online. Note that PaySafeCard can’t be used to withdraw funds but can be used in tandem with virtually any other payment option listed.

  1. Bitcoin

Bitcoin is one of the most controversial payment options on the web but is also one of the most interesting. Bitcoin is what’s known as a crypto currency and is not related to regular currencies such as dollars or pounds. You can but Bitcoin using conventional currency online and then use your Bitcoin to deposit and withdraw from your player account. Bitcoin does not require a bank account or even ID for you to be able to use it.

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