New Pinnacle customers can make a deposit once they’ve signed up and once again, the process is extremely straightforward.
Users can go to their account options in order to make a deposit at any stage and there are numerous options available.
The majority of methods are completely free but it’s always best to check with the finance provider beforehand. Visa and Maestro are the most popular, particularly in Europe and deposits can be made on a regular basis without any additional charges.
E-wallets have become increasingly popular the last couple of years with Neteller and Skrill used frequently by Pinnacle customers. Again, there is no charge for depositing via this method. There is a small charge for using PaySafeCard. Transactions are completed instantly.
Maximum transactions of £35,000 per month are in place on the majority of methods although this may differ from time-to-time.
Table with Bank Transfer payment option:
|Fee – Free
|Min – €10
|Max – 24 hours: €8,000
|Fee – €12
|Min – €10
|Max – Transaction: €2,000
24 hours: €2,000
Withdrawals in Pinnacle Sport are also incredibly simple although unfortunately, Pinnacle apply a small charge for completing the transaction. There is a £10 charge for customers using pounds sterling who make a withdrawal into an e-wallet and this increases to £25 for PaySafeCard users.