Last Updated: 2 November 2022, Author: AceOdds.com
Make deposits of at least £10 instantly using debit cards, e-wallets and bank transfers.
Whether you claim free spins or a deposit match as your Mr Green welcome offer, you'll need to choose a deposit method to claim it. Mr Green offers a good range of deposit options, so it's worth checking out our withdrawal guide before deciding which to choose, as your deposit method will impact your withdrawal times.
The minimum deposit available is £10, whether you opt to use an e-wallet or debit card. Mr Green does not list maximum deposits on their help pages, but on logging in we found our maximum deposits for most payment types were limited to £10,000.
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Use your debit card to deposit a minimum of £10.
Deposits made with a debit card will be available to use instantly. You must use a card registered in your own name.
Occasionally Mr Green may ask for verification of your card ownership, asking you to send copies of the card, along with photo ID and proof of address.
Make instant deposits without entering your card details.
Mr Green accept all the most well-known e-wallets, so it's not surprising to see PayPal available.
Remember that transactions can only be made from your PayPal balance or a linked debit card. Credit cards linked to your PayPal account cannot be used to make gambling transactions.
Make instant deposits direct from your bank account.
Trustly uses open banking technology to allow you to make instant payments from your bank account. There is no need to enter card details or use a separate app.
The maximum deposit available is £10,000.
Use a Neteller account to deposit up to £10,000.
Neteller is a popular e-wallet alternative to PayPal and is commonly available for payments on casino sites.
The payment limits for Neteller are the same as with other payment methods. We were allowed to deposit between £10-£10,000 using Neteller.
Make instant deposits of at least £10 using Skrill.
Another alternative e-wallet popular on gambling sites, Skrill allows you to deposit up to £10,000 to your Mr Green account.
If you prefer not to enter your card details or link your bank account directly with gambling sites, then e-wallets are a good choice.
Deposit up to £200 using Paysafecard.
Paysafecard allows you to purchase vouchers at outlets to fund your account with up to £200.
At Mr Green, you cannot use these vouchers directly on the site. Instead, you will be redirected to your online Paysafecard account to log in and make your deposit.
To deposit at Mr Green, you can select the orange deposit button in the top menu bar, or at the top of your account menu.
When making your first deposit at Mr Green, you will be given the opportunity to choose a welcome offer or proceed without one.
The deposit screen will display either your choice of bonus or a warning that by depositing without choosing, you will be forfeiting your bonus.
You can then select your deposit method and amount to make your deposit. Mr Green will redirect you to your payment provider to log in and validate your payment.
As with other casino sites, Mr Green offers a variety of methods to manage your gambling. Most other sites offer you the option of setting a deposit limit when you create an account. The difference with Mr Green is that they insist on it. The default is set to allow you to deposit £50 a week, though you can change this limit when registering.
All of the safer gambling options are available directly from your account menu.
The Green Gaming option is Mr Greens' focus on responsible gambling. It assesses your gambling risk patterns and offers advice and tools to manage your gambling.
When you select Deposit Limit, you can amend or delete the weekly limit set at sign up and set monthly or daily limits.
In common with other bookmakers, Mr Green imposes a 24-hour cooling-off period if you wish to increase or cancel your deposit limits. Reductions in your limit will be applied immediately.
If you are trying to add a new card and receive an error message, then it is possible that you already have too many cards registered. Contact Mr Green customer services for help with the issue.
No. Mr Green requires all payment methods to be registered in the same name as the account holder.
Mr Green does not charge any deposit fees, but your payment provider may charge fees. For example, Paysafecard has a 3.9% fee.