Everything you need to know about the payment providers offered for online gambling in New Jersey
Here at Gambling-NewJersey.com (GNJ) we only showcase legal and licensed online casinos and gaming sites which are compliant with the New Jersey gambling laws. Because we’re also licensed by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, when it comes to featuring payment providers, we’re only ever going to showcase the payment providers which are used by licensed and regulated online casinos in NJ.
Check out the overview of the different types of payment providers the online casinos and sports betting sites in NJ use.
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Visa is a credit, debit and prepaid card provider and probably the world’s best-known brand when it comes to making deposits into NJ-based online casinos and sports betting websites. You can make a minimum deposit of $20, a maximum deposit of $20,000 and you can’t withdraw back into your Visa card. Most high rollers prefer bank transfers such as ACH as they can deposit large amounts.
Just like Visa, MasterCard is widely used as a deposit method when it comes to online casinos and sportsbooks in New Jersey. The same deposit limits set by Visa apply to MasterCard too.
ACH stands for Automatic Clearing House and is a type of bank transfer method that allows online casino players as well as players in New Jersey to transfer funds using their checking account. It can take up to 7 to 10 business days for your deposit to appear in your account, so not great if you want to play immediately.
American Express is a popular credit card option for players looking to deposit funds into their online gambling and sportsbooks accounts in New Jersey. It’s a quick, and safe way to make deposits easily.
Bank transfers offer online casino and sportsbook players in New Jersey a very secure way of making deposits and withdrawals into and from their playing accounts.
Unless an online casino or sportsbook has a brick and mortar location in NJ where you can visit and deposit cash into, you can’t really deposit via physically handing over your dollars.
Discover is a credit card option and unlike Visa and MasterCard, Discover isn’t widely available at most of the online casinos and sportsbooks in New Jersey.
Neteller, just like PayPal is an eWallet and it’s one of the most commonly used eWallets for players in New Jersey as it specializes in transactions to and from online casinos and sportsbooks.
PayNearMe is used by quite a few online casino and sportsbook players in New Jersey. PayNearMe allows you to pay via different payment options such as credit card, bank transfer, etc.
PayPal is an eWallet, just like Neteller and it’s probably the most well-known eWallet around. A few online casinos and sportsbooks in New Jersey are starting to offer PayPal as a deposit option.
Play+ is a prepaid debit card option and a few regulated online casinos and sportsbooks now accept Play+.
VIP Preferred is an eCheck payment method and quite a few online casinos and sports betting websites in New Jersey accept it. As it’s an eCheck, it’s safe and secure.