If you’re going to start playing for real at one of our recommended Fantasy Sports websites then you’ll soon want to deposit some funds into your account. Long gone are the days when we had to search for the most reliable and trustworthy method by which to transfer money and in general each site provides various, well-regarded ways to accomplish this task.

Interestingly Fantasy Sports is a relatively new industry only available in a handful of countries meaning that it’s not necessary to offer dozens of different of ways to deposit money – for example Mondogoal offers just two, via Skrill and Credit Cards. Below we’ll describe the various deposit methods available along with links to more detailed information.

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Credit Cards
(more info)
Available at:
Mondogoal
DraftKings
FanDuel
StarsDraft
SkyBet
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Debit Cards
(more info)
Available at:
SkyBet
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eWallets
(more info)
Available at:
Mondogoal
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PayPal
Available at:
DraftKings
FanDuel
PayPal
StarsDraft
SkyBet
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Bank Transfer
Available at:
StarsDraft

Credit Cards: If you’ve got a credit card then this is probably the method you’ll use to send some money to your site(s) of choice; it’s virtually instant and it’s usually free unless you’re sending money to another country.

Debit Card: Debit cards are for the more cautious amongst us because they are linked directly to our bank accounts and won’t let us spend more than we have.

eWallet: An eWallet is an increasingly useful tool for paying for items online and it’s also a sensible way to receive money. Skrill and Neteller are the best known examples and it’s Skrill which is used at Mondogoal for all you UK players out there. eWallets still need to be funded by another method of course – usually a credit card – but then those funds can be easily accessed for further use.

PayPal: Surely everyone is familiar with Paypal by now? They’re the global giant who provide a way to send and receive money that’s linked to your bank account or a credit card (or both). It’s fast, safe and certainly a recommended deposit method.

Bank Transfer: This is one for the traditionalists and if you feel this is a more secure way of sending money then go for it but transfers can take days and cost significant sums of money.