Now that hopefully you’ve all understood how easy it is to open a new account using your mobile device and how to enjoy the best possible betting experience at Bwin, it’s time to get a bit more serious and discuss about money.
No, I’m not going to tell you how you can earn a lot of money by using God knows what “miraculous” online trading program or a “guaranteed” winning betting strategy, I am just going to guide you to make a deposit to your newly opened Bwin account.
How to make a deposit from any mobile device
Whether you’re using an Android phone, an iPhone or iPad, whether you’ve downloaded the dedicated sports app or you’re simply tapping in m.bwin.com in your mobile browser, making your first ever deposit is equally as easy and hassle-free.
First off, you have to log in to your Bwin account by clicking on the “log-in” option in the betting operator’s main menu and then tap in your username and password. Afterwards, you’ll want to click on the icon on the top right side of your screen (marked with three horizontal lines).
This will give you access to the “My account” menu, where you’ll find a “deposits” section under the “payments” sub-menu. If you click on that, you’ll be asked to choose your favorite deposit method and from here you’re just one step away from happiness.
Payment methods accepted by Bwin mobile
Unlike other betting operators, Bwin allows you to deposit money straight from your mobile phone or tablet, making betting on the go completely hassle-free. Even better, you have four payment methods at your disposal, starting with your classic credit or debit card deposit, but also including Diners Club Cards and FreeBets.
If you pick any one of the credit cards accepted by Bwin mobile, you will have to choose the “new credit card” option if this is your first time making a deposit, and then tap in the required details, including the card number, expiry date, the name of the bank account holder and the CVC2 code. All the data entered is safe with Bwin and will not be revealed to anyone by any circumstances, so don’t worry about any such issues.
Finally, you’ll have to enter the amount of money you want deposited in your Bwin account. The deposit fees are the same as on your browser and are detailed at this link here.
For FreeBet deposits, which are coupons you can sometimes find online, in sports newspapers or win at different contests, you’ll need a valid 12-digit code and that would pretty much cover it.
That’s pretty much all you have to know about Bwin deposits, but keep in touch with our website, because other very useful articles about online mobile betting will soon follow. Cheers and good luck on your bets!