- Fast and reliable
- Extremely easy to use
Betting Sites That Use PayPal
PayPal is so common you'll be hard-pressed to find a site that doesn't accept it. Some of the more popular PayPal-backed companies include BetOnline, MyBookie.ag, TopBet, GTBets, SportsBetting, BookMaker, Bet365 and 888 Sports, but again, it's accepted as a valid deposit and withdrawal option pretty much everywhere.
Bettors from the United States aren't, for the most part, able to use PayPal to fund their wagers. They're better off exploring other methods, such as certain credit or debit cards, direct bank transfers, MoneyGrams or other financial intermediaries and e-wallets.
For those who are able to use PayPal, most sportsbooks will reflect your deposits instantly. No hassle, no waiting. Just betting!
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PayPal is one of the original online payment methods, and it's still prevalent today because of how easy it is use. Sportsbooks usually allow you to make deposits and withdrawals with PayPal, and transactions are generally completed in expeditious fashion.
There are fees you will incur when using PayPal. It's normally a percentage of how much you're receiving.
Unlike other third-party distributors, you'll not be charged for making deposits. You send as much as you want without tacking any money onto your bottom line—which means more money for you to wager on the sport bets that matter!
How To Deposit With PayPal
PayPal couldn't be easier to use. Sign up for an account and provide the necessary bank information. This process can be expedited by signing up with an existing email or Google account. Once you're set up, you can make deposits and withdrawals from the bank account of your choosing, as well as deposits and withdrawls from associated sportsbooks.
This is one of the safest forms of payments available for those in approved regions. Since you're not dealing directly with sportsbooks, your bank account information is doubly safe, protected by the behind the established PayPal brand.
It's still recommended that you research the place to which you're sending money. Much like American Express, PayPal isn't synonymous with scams, but there are dodgy places out there. Looking at online reviews and searching for licensing credentials covers your investment two-fold.
Still, PayPal is relatively worry-free. And the speed with which you'll be able to make and receive payments is nearly unparalleled.