When registering at an online casino for the first time you will be directed to the banking or payments page where you will need to register your method of depositing money into your account. All online casinos have a huge range of casino deposit methods ranging from credit cards and debit cards through a full range of e-wallets and even bank transfers. The most popular online casino deposit methods are Visa and MasterCard (which includes the Irish Laser Card) although care should be taken to avoid using the credit card versions rather than the debit card versions as credit card casino deposits do have additional charges from the credit card issuer although not from the online casino. A Paysafe Card is an interesting option for those who like to restrict their online casino activity as it is a pre paid card so you cannot deposit more than is on the card and the maximum deposit under this scheme is €1000. This is not a good method for those who like to play at online casinos late at night and have a large budget. Online casino deposits using an e-wallet are simple and easy with Skrill ( Moneybookers) and Neteller being probably the most used. UKash is still listed as an online casino deposit method at some online casinos but it is now the same as PaySafe so you will be directed to that site. Another interesting casino deposit method for some people is the cash deposit option. It might seem strange to have a cash deposit option for an online casino but it is in actual fact only available at online casinos such as Paddy Power casino or Ladbrokes casino where there is also a high street presence. To use this casino deposit method you need to visit one of their betting shops and pass cash over the counter to be credited to your online casino account.