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Ukash is the old name for an electronic payment system which was taken over by Paysafe Group, which also owns Neteller and Skrill, in 2014. That means that any bookmaker or online merchant that accepts Skrill will, by association, also accept Ukash.
Sky Bet does not accept Skrill or Neteller payments at the present time. Therefore if you rely on these payment methods for your online betting, you are going to have a problem depositing and withdrawing at Sky Bet.
We recommend that e-wallet users look at the list of bookmakers where you can use PayPal for both deposits and withdrawals. If you are looking to bet online using electronic payments, that could be a good option for you.
We’ve determined that Sky Bet do not accept Ukash and so if you are looking to bet with Sky Bet, you’ll need to know which methods they accept for deposits and withdrawals.
Below is a list of deposit options at Sky Bet. Customers can currently have three payment methods on their account at any one time.
Depositing via credit or debit cards is the most popular way to fund Sky Bet accounts. There are various types of cards accepted by Sky Bet including:
Both deposits and withdrawals are free of charge and the minimum deposit via this method is £5.
One feature we really like at Sky Bet is their ‘Fast Withdrawal‘. Customers can now withdraw their funds to their bank account using the debit cards they have associated with their account and the money will reach their bank within no more than 2 hours! Currently, Fast Withdrawal is available to Barclays and Nationwide debit card customers only.
E-wallet deposits are increasing in popularity with online bettors with PayPal being the most popular. Customers at Sky Bet can make both deposits and withdrawals from their account using PayPal with money reaching their account in super-fast times. PayPal is available to Sky Bet customers in the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and Finland and the minimum deposit is currently £10.
If you use the Sky Bet mobile app via an iPhone or iPad, you will be able to make deposits into your account using Apple Pay. No card details need to be entered on Sky Bet to pay via Apple Pay. Simply enter the deposit amount and authorise the payment via your phone/tablet fingerprint scanner or by entering your password. Any deposits will then be charged to your mobile bill.