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How to Deposit Money in Bet365 Using Paypal?

PayPal is a very popular service around the world but has a very small market share in India. It is a trusted name and very easy to use. It is natural that people would like to use PayPal to deposit and withdraw money on betting sites. In this article, we will try to teach you how to deposit money in Bet365 using PayPal in India.

Check the Deposit options listed at Bet365

There are a number of different methods to deposit money at Bet365. These can change with time and from country to country so make sure you check what works in your country.

  • Go to
  • Click on ‘Deposits’ from the options at the bottom of the home page
  • You can see the different deposit options in your country without even having an account

Currently, PayPal is not accepted as a deposit method in India and so you cannot use it to transfer funds to Bet365.

How to deposit money in Bet365 without using PayPal?

There are a number of other methods that you can use such as:

The easiest method to use is the debit or credit card already in your pocket, however, your bank may not allow that transaction to occur. The banking rules in India keep changing and it is always a hit or miss with debit/credit cards.

This is why we advise players to use an e-wallet. Once you set up your e-wallet you do not have to worry about any issues. You can make a deposit at Bet365 or any other website with ease.  Equally importantly, you can also withdraw your money in just a few hours.

PayPal is too big a name to allow even the hint of legal trouble and so it blocks out gambling sites in India completely.

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