Deposit Methods

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Choosing the right real-money deposit method is as important as choosing the right poker site. You need to pick an option that offers low minimum deposits, low fees and fast cash-out times.

That's the first part. You then have to pick a legal online room that allows multiple deposit options so you have choices.

Even in some regulated US states, once-reliable methods have proved a disaster. So, what kinds of banking options can you find in 2017, and which are best for you? Follow the links below to read up on the different real-money deposit methods open to you.

Credit Card

As long as you have funds available, and the means to pay your bill, a major credit card is a great option for US players.

They're accepted widely and you can get your money in and out fast. Fees and charges may apply, however, and even legalized states like NJ still have issues with processing. Find out more here...

VISA

The world's biggest credit card provider boasts leading SSL security on transactions and is accepted at virtually every major legal poker site.

VISA has been notorious in some states for declining payments to 'gambling' websites, but the situation seems to be improving. Find out more about VISA cards....

MasterCard
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When it comes to a credit card tailor-made for online poker, MasterCard is it.

The credit card giant even offers prepaid MasterCards so you can load up a poker account without getting into debt. Click here to find out how you can deposit with your MasterCard today...

Debit Card

Debit cards are great for US customers who have ready funds in their checking accounts and want to play real-money poker without getting into debt.

In addition, debit card deposits oftentimes have quick processing times and zero fees. Plus, the minimum deposit limits can be very low indeed. Read on for more on debit card poker....

Western Union

The world's leading third-party money transfer service, Western Union lets you send money to your poker account via a registered WU agent.

Although some processing fees are involved, it's a great option if you want to keep credit cards out of the process.

Click here to discover the various advantages of depositing with Western Union....

e-check

e-checks are a great ACH (Automatic Clearing House) deposit option for US players. These virtual checks are like straight wire transfers and ensure quick and painless deposits.

Although limits using these virtual checks can be low, e-checks are being more widely accepted online. Find out more about e-checks here...

Picking The Right Deposit Method
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As a US player, you need to weigh up certain factors when picking a deposit option. You want to know that the method is accepted, that you won't get payments declined, and that you can trust a site's cash-out times.

Consider the following:

  • Pick the deposit method that suits you. If you have funds available, go for the debit card option every time.
  • Credit card transactions are still declined, even in legal jurisdictions like New Jersey. Do your homework before loading up.
  • Online e-Wallets like NETELLER are making a comeback and are great for anonymous, low-fee banking.
Fast Cash-Outs For US Players

It can still be tricky getting your money out of an online poker account, so it's lucky that the team here at LegalPoker.com test dozens of sites to make sure the cash-outs are timely.

As credit card companies continue to be jittery about processing payments post-UIGEA, and more providers open their doors to American gamblers, we'll be there to keep you up to speed on the latest developments.

For now, jump in and choose a deposit method that's right for you. In no time you'll be up and running at a legal US poker room and crushing the tables like a pro.