One of the many questions we get here at Fable Casino about banking at our site is whether players can mix their depositing options, and how much they’re able to deposit with each if they’re combining them. There’s also a concern that they won’t be able to withdraw using their preferred method if they use an alternative payment method once. We thought, then, that we’d spend some time here laying the answers to these questions, to help you get a handle on payments here at Fable Casino.
Mixing Payment Options
If you’re always wondering ‘Can I use multiple payment methods?’ the simple answer is yes! Of course you can! We want to make your experience as streamlined as possible, meaning that if you want to do something, we’ll do everything in our power to make sure that becomes a reality! This means, even if you’ve only used one payment method a hundred times, you’re still welcome to switch to another.
All you need to do is head to the banking section of our website, and choose the new payment method you want to start using. Then you just need to choose how much you want to deposit and enter the new details. Of course each depositing method comes with its own requirements and limitations, but you can read all about that in our banking information pages.
Different Deposit Limits
We here at Fable Casino realise that we have an especially strong appeal to the kind of players who tend to be highrollers, or at least like to play with relatively high amounts of money. We get it, the higher the value and risk, the bigger the reward and thrill at the end of the day; so it makes sense that you’ll want to deposit as much as you can with different deposit methods at our casino. The only problem is, however, that different payment methods have different limits associated with them.
While you can check our banking information pages for specific values for the limits on deposits (and withdraws), there’s basically a sliding scale from phone bill depositing – where you’re limited to £10 per transaction – and credit and debit card and other transfer methods – where you can drop up to £5,000 into your player account.
If you want to deposit even more, though, it’s totally acceptable to mix and match depositing methods, if you want money to come in from difference sources. Maybe you want some cash out of one account and some out of another, you can mix cards or transfers quite easily, and if you’re in a pinch, you’re always welcome to use phone bill depositing for an extra boost to your bankroll.
Withdrawing with Mixed Depositing Methods
Now, it’s a well-known fact that you’re only able to withdraw using (where possible) a banking method you’ve previously used to deposit. This, of course, can lead to the question of whether you can withdraw with a previously used payment method, if you’ve used another payment method in the intermediary time. For instance, say you always use your MasterCard to deposit, then one day you happen to used Skrill; can you still withdraw using your MasterCard?
We’re happy to announce that we will allow these kinds of withdrawals, meaning you don’t need to worry about switching up depositing methods at the expense of withdrawals.