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What's the cheapest way to deposit into sports betting sites?

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  • Sep 15th, 2020 6:54 pm
Sep 9, 2020
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What's the cheapest way to deposit into sports betting sites?

Hi everyone,
Recently I got into sports betting and am wondering if there are cheaper ways to deposit into sites like bet365/pinnacle by earning some cashback. (As an alternative way of reducing juice of the bookies)

I found that there are a variety of options, two common ones include using Paysafecard or Prepaid Vanilla Mastercard/Visa.
I am able to get 5% cashback (using Amex cobalt) from grocery stores by purchasing prepaid vanilla cards, which have an activation fee of around ~3-4% (Visa largest denomination $250 with $7.50 activation fee) to earn 2% cashback by depositing into my account.
For paysafecard I think hasty market do offer it but I am not sure if they count as "grocery" under Amex network, and seems like all retailers that sell paysafecard do charge an additional fee.

I am just wondering if there's a possible way to get more than 2% cashback by depositing?

Thanks in advance.
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Mar 15, 2009
385 posts
A lot of prepaid cards DO NOT work on those sites, or even anywhere online at all.

A lot of Big5 bank credit cards do not allow deposits to betting sites either. It's all trial and error...
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Apr 24, 2006
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Stack MasterCard works with Bet365. Saves the hassle of going to find a vanilla card.
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