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NetBet Deposit Guide - Payment Methods for 2022

Last Updated: 26 July 2022, Author:

Most deposits are instant and there are no transaction fees. Deposit limits vary by payment method, but you can deposit between £10 - £35,000.

The range of payment options at NetBet is extensive compared to most other bookmakers, so you're bound to find something that suits your needs.

Once your account is created, verifying your account will help you avoid any delays later on when it comes to making withdrawals. Look at our verification guide to ensure the process goes smoothly.

Before placing your bet, you should also look at the bonus codes available on NetBet to ensure you're getting the most bang for your buck. NetBet offers a selection of offers for existing customers that could earn you free bets.

When signing up with NetBet, we found we had a free choice of all the deposit methods on offer, so it's worth looking at the withdrawal options before deciding on your first deposit. Withdrawals can only be processed to a method you have previously used to deposit, so it's worth being aware of the details.

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Method Processing Time Min Max Fee
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Instant £10.00 £35,000 Free
Instant £10.00 £5,000 Free
Instant £10.00 £40 Free
Instant £10.00 £250 Free
Instant £20.00 £250 Free
Google Pay
Google Pay
Instant £10.00 £10,000 Free
Instant £10.00 £10,000 Free
Instant £10.00 £10,000 Free
Bank Transfer
Bank Transfer
1 - 5 Banking Days £10.00 £8,000 Free

Debit Card

Deposit up to £35,000 instantly with Visa or Mastercard.

Debit cards have the highest deposit limit at £35,000, so if you are planning on making large bets, or are part of a syndicate, then this is the best option to choose.

There are no fees for deposits, your funds will be available instantly and you can save your card for use in future.


Deposit between £10- £5,000 with a PayPal account.

The limit on PayPal deposits is far lower at £5,000, but it's a convenient way to make payments without entering your card details.

With NetBet you can also opt for a PayPal billing agreement, making future deposits One Touch.


Deposit up to £40 using just your mobile phone.

Boku is a mobile payments company available to customers on EE, Vodafone and O2 in the UK. Although the deposit limits are low, its convenience is that no bank details or cards are required. Charges are made directly to your mobile phone bill.


Deposit up to £250 without a bank account or card.

Paysafecard allows you to deposit money into your NetBet account without needing a bank account. Purchase a voucher for up to £250 from a Paysafecard outlet and use it to deposit funds directly to your account. 

It is worth noting that to withdraw funds via this method, you will need an online Paysafecard account.


Deposit between £20 and £250 using your nearest Paypoint outlet.

As with Paysafecard, CashtoCode allows you to deposit cash into your NetBet account. On the NetBet deposit page, you will generate a CashtoCode paycode. Take this to your nearest Paypoint to pay, and the funds will be added to your account.

Although this sounds convenient, CashtoCode is not a listed withdrawal method, so a bank account is needed to withdraw any winnings from your account.

Google Pay

Use your Google Pay wallet on your android device to deposit up to £10,000.

Unusually NetBet lists Google Pay as a payment method, but not Apple Pay. This is good news for Android users who want to pay on the go.

Use any debit card linked to your Google Pay wallet to deposit up to £10,000.


Deposit up to £10,000 with an ecoPayz account.

If you have an ecoPayz e-wallet, you can use it to deposit up to £10,000 to your NetBet account. It is simple and free to open an ecoPayz account.


Use your bank account to make instant deposits of up to £10,000.

Trustly is a third party that enables instant bank transfers of up to £10,000 to be made to your NetBet account without storing card details with NetBet. All major banks are supported. You just need to select your bank and log into your online banking.

Bank Transfer

Deposit up to £8,000 using bank transfer.

Considering the range of other options available at NetBet, with a deposit limit of just £8,000 and a timescale of 1-5 days for funds to be available, it's hard to see the benefit of using a bank transfer to deposit.

However, it is available as a deposit method if you need to use it. When selecting this option on the deposit page, you will be provided with a deposit reference. You can then use this to make a payment at your bank branch or using online banking.

How to Deposit Funds

If you choose not to make a deposit when opening your NetBet account, then NetBet will be sure to remind you when you log in.

If you want to make additional deposits later on or have skipped out of the reminders, then the green Deposit button is visible in the menu bar at the top of the screen.

NetBet deposit menu
The deposit button is available in the NetBet menu

Clicking the button will take you directly to the deposit screen, which you can also access from the My Account section.

Select your preferred deposit option from the drop-down at the top of the page, then your deposit amount. You will also be offered the chance to enter a deposit bonus code if you have one.

NetBet deposit screen
Selecting your deposit method at NetBet

Once you have selected your payment method and amount, click the Add £x to my account button and follow the on-screen instructions to complete your deposit.

Setting Deposit Limits

If you opt not to create a deposit limit when setting up your NetBet account, it is simple to do later.

Access your account page by clicking your username in the menu bar, and then select Player Controls.

NetBet player protection
Finding the safer gambling tools at NetBet

This will open the Responsible Gambling tools screen. There are simple toggle switches for each tool to enable you to turn them on and off or edit the settings.

When setting a deposit limit, remember that you can decrease your limit immediately at any time, but increases take 24 hours to take effect.

NetBet deposit limits
Setting a deposit limit at NetBet

You can also manage your funds by setting a Loss or Bet Limit. This will limit the amount you can spend or lose over a certain period.

Other tools available include the Session Timer, which will automatically log you out after your time limit is reached and the Reality Check, which will pop up and remind you how long you've been playing. You also have the options of Self Exclusion or just Take a Break.

Unavailable Payment Methods

The selection of payment options at NetBet is broad, but there are some surprising exceptions.

  • Alternative e-wallets - NetBet accepts the widely used PayPal and the slightly less common ecoPayz. However, they do not accept Neteller or Skrill, two e-wallets common on other gambling sites.
  • Cash or Dedicated card - As an online-only bookmaker, NetBet cannot accept cash in a retail unit and does not provide a dedicated card as you can find at Bet365 or William Hill. The closest you can get to depositing cash is to use Paysafecard or CashtoCode.
  • Apple Pay - Unusually NetBet accepts Google Pay, but not its Apple equivalent.
  • Credit Card - In common with all UK bookmakers, you cannot use credit cards to deposit at NetBet due to a regulation change in April 2020.

NetBet Deposit FAQs

You can only use cards registered in your own name to deposit NetBet. Cards can also only be registered to one NetBet account at a time.

All NetBet sites, such as Sports and Casino, hold their balances separately, so the first thing to check is if your deposit has been credited to another product. You can then move funds between your accounts.

If this is not the case, then email with your transaction details.

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Last Updated: 26 July 2022, Published: 26 July 2022