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Casinos that accept Money Order

On this page we list casinos that accept Money Order for banking transactions, either for deposits into or withdrawals out of your casino account. By default the list is sorted by our rating of the casino.

List of casinos that support Money Order transactions

Money orders are one of the most straightforward payment methods out there. The first money orders were apparently started by a British company way back in 1792. Today, they are available in many countries across the world and are an accepted method at numerous online casinos. Money order issuing institutions vary from country to country, so you will have to do a bit more research to figure out where you can enact a money order transaction near you.

YesLas Vegas USA Casino60400% to $1000060Play
YesOld Havana Casino60250% to $100060Play
YesSlots Plus Casino60400% to $1000060Play
YesSun Palace Casino60400% to $1000060Play
YesVegas Casino Online60400% to $1000060Play
YesIsland Casino4040Play
YesSportbet Casino4040Play
NoLadbrokes Casino9090

Money Order payments at online casinos

Payment methods do not come much more straightforward than money orders. In order to acquire a money order, all you need to do is go to a place where a money order is sold, ask for it, and pay for it. You will receive the money order on the spot. There is usually a small fee of around a dollar or so associated with the service. Money orders can be made for very small or very high amounts. As they are widely treated on equal footing as cash, they are also very easy to deposit to a bank account or exchange for cash at an institution that issues them.

There are a couple of drawbacks to using money orders. The first is simply the inconvenience of having to buy or deposit one, as this will require a trip to an institution in-person. However, the bigger issue for many is having to physically carry around a document that can have a very large value. Unlike checks, money orders are not made out to a particular person or institution, making it a very lucrative item for thieves who can then easily cash a prepaid money order.

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