At casinos.ie there is not only assistance which enables Irish casino players to choose a good and safe online casino from the vast number of online casinos that are available but there is also descriptions of some of the more popular casino deposit methods that might be used. How to make a deposit into your account is very often not considered when deciding to play at an online casino but it is a very important decision and although your deposit method can be changed it is much simpler to get it right in the first instance. The most obvious is simply to get out the credit card that you use for other internet transactions but if you do that you could be in for a nasty shock when the bill comes through as credit card issuers do not like online gambling or in fact any form of gambling and that includes online casinos. Any deposit into an online casino will be subject to charges for two reasons; firstly the cash will be available in your online casino account immediately which makes it a cash transaction as far as the credit card is concerned which in turn means that interest is being charged from the day of the casino deposit and secondly you will probably find in the small print of your credit card agreement that using the credit card for any kind of gambling is subject to a surcharge which can be as much as 2% of the transaction. There are better online casino deposit methods such as a debit card or one of the many e-wallets that are available such as Moneybookers or PayPal which also have the advantage of keeping your bank and card details away from the online casino. There is also the opportunity to make cash deposits into your online casino account if it is with those bookmakers such as Ladbrokes or Paddy Power who have high street shops in Ireland.