Casinos that accept Neosurf
On this page we list casinos that accept Neosurf 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 Neosurf transactions
Neosurf is a prepaid value card mainly used in France but also in Spain and Italy and other francophone countries, including Algeria, Andorra, Belgium, Benin, Cameroon, Congo, the Cote d’Ivoire, Mali, Morocco, Switzerland, and Senegal. The service appears to be relatively new.
Neosurf payments at online casinos
It is easiest to think of Neosurf as something akin to a prepaid mobile phone credit ticket, except that it actually stores legal tender instead of credit of some kind. In order to get a Neosurf card you must first go to a point at which these are sold. Here is a handy website for figuring out the nearest location at which you can acquire one. Once you have found an authorised retailer, you have to decide which value card you wish to buy. The available values are 15, 30, 50, and 100 euros. There are also 10 and 20 euro cards that can be sold to minors but are not accepted at vendors that normally are prohibited from selling to minors, such as casinos.
Next, scratch the code off the back of the ticket. This is a unique identifier for your card. You may now use your Neosurf card to top up your balance at any casino that accepts the service.
The advantages of this method are numerous: First, it is rather straightforward and easy to use. You do not have to register anywhere and can use it instantaneously. Second, it appears to provide a very high safety standard.
However, there are a few disadvantages here as well: First, it may not be easy for you to get your hands on one if a retailer is far away or not operating at the time you need them to. Second, it may not be available at in your country. Third, given that it’s relatively new it may not be accepted at many casinos. Finally, most of the information on the product is only available in French, so it will be tough for you to learn more about it without speaking French.