PostFinance Card / PostFinance E-Finance
Facts about depositing with PostFinance Card or PostFinance e-finance in the Online-Casino
- Minimum deposit amount: CHF 1.-
- Maximum deposit amount: CHF 100'000.-
- Money is immediately available online in your player account
- PostFinance will charge 3.5% on your deposit as of March 1, 2022
A relatively widespread payment method in Switzerland is payment with the PostFinance Card. For this reason, you can also use your PostFinance Card to make deposits at jackpots.ch. You are probably already familiar with the procedure for this payment method, as you have already used it to buy products online. You make a deposit at jackpots.ch according to exactly the same principle. Although you are probably already familiar with the PostFinance payment procedure, we would like to summarize the most important points for you regarding payment with the PostFinance Card and PostFinance e-finance in this article.
The prerequisite for a PostFinance Card and also for PostFinance e-finance is a private account at PostFinance. This payment method is therefore particularly suitable for players who already have an account with PostFinance and hold a PostFinance Card.
Paying with the PostFinance Card offers many advantages. The PostFinance Card is widely used throughout Switzerland and is therefore offered as a means of payment in many places. Paying with the PostFinance Card is also considered very secure, as each payment requires both the card number, which can be found on the front of the card, and the ID number to be entered from the back of the card. For deposits exceeding CHF 500.- per month, a personal PIN must also be entered and the card reader is required. This gives the player an additional feeling of security as the card is less susceptible to misuse.
Paying with PostFinance e-finance is also very secure, as payments always requires the personal e-finance number or personal username and password. This ensures that strangers cannot access your account and transfer money.
Since March 1, 2022, PostFinance charges 3.5% on your deposit in Online-Casinos. This brings PostFinance in line with many credit card providers, which already charged fees for gambling before. These fees are not charged by jackpots.ch, so if you have any questions on this topic, please contact PostFinance directly.
To make it easier for you to decide on the right means of payment, we would like to give you some information about paying by PostFinance Card and PostFinance e-finance in this article. With the following tips and tricks for your payments, nothing stands in the way of stress-free gaming pleasure.
Minimum / maximum amount for your payment
To make your deposit as easy as possible, the minimum and maximum deposit amounts of CHF 1.- and CHF 100’000.- respectively allow almost any amount. This guarantees that everyone can play, regardless of whether you prefer to play for larger or smaller amounts. Since there is no lower limit for deposits with PostFinance, it is easy to try out the casino with a smaller amount first. Just choose your desired deposit amount and try your luck at the Online-Casino.
If you make a deposit with your PostFinance Card or PostFinance e-finance, the selected amount will be credited to your online player account immediately. So, with this payment option, there's no need to wait for your balance and you can start playing straight away! Depositing via PostFinance is particularly practical if you want to start playing as quickly as possible.
jackpots.ch does not charge any fees on your deposit with the PostFinance Card and via e-finance. However, PostFinance itself charges 3.5% of your deposit amount. Since these fees are charged by PostFinance itself, jackpots.ch has no influence on these fees. If you have any questions regarding fees, please contact PostFinance directly.
Payment with PostFinance Card
The procedure of depositing with the PostFinance Card at jackpots.ch is very simple, as it is no different from paying with PostFinance Card in online shops. To top up your player account, access your player account while logged in. You can access your account by clicking on the account icon in the top right-hand corner. In the pop-up window that opens, click on "Deposit" and then select "PostFinance Card". Once you have selected the PostFinance Card as your payment method and entered the amount, you will be redirected as usual to the PostFinance page where you enter your card information. Once you have entered and confirmed your details, PostFinance will check if your details are correct and that the amount is covered. If the check is passed, you will be redirected to the jackpots.ch Online-Casino.
Payment with PostFinance e-finance
To deposit, access your player account by clicking on the account icon and select "Deposit". To make a payment via PostFinance e-finance, simply select the PostFinance e-finance symbol as the payment method and enter the desired amount. You will then be redirected to the PostFinance page and you can enter your account information as usual. Once your account details have been confirmed, you will be taken back to jackpots.ch.
Withdrawals to your PostFinance Card are possible because the card is always linked to a PostFinance account. Withdrawals therefore work in the same way as withdrawals to another bank account. To do this, simply enter the account number of your PostFinance account in the payout area of your player account. Of course, we will never charge you any fees for your payout, regardless of the amount.
For legal reasons, a payout is only permitted if your player account and your PostFinance account are in the same name. So please make sure that your bank account and player account are in the same name before making a withdrawal. For this reason, it is not possible to make a withdrawal to the account of a relative or friend of yours, even if you have given express permission to do so.
Please also note that it may take 3-4 working days before a withdrawal can be released.