ClickandBuy Betting Sites

Betting Sites Accepting ClickandBuy

Here’s the upshot of ClickandBuy: It isn’t accepted by scads of sportsbooks. William Hill and 888Sport headline the cast of ClickandBuy-friendly sites. Any others can be found below.

Bear in mind that sportsbooks change up their payment policies every so often. Just because a site isn’t listed doesn’t mean it isn’t a member of the ClickandBuy family. It probably isn’t, but you can still check with your sportsbook. If ClickandBuy isn’t listed under accepted forms of payment on the website, try contacting the company’s customer service help desk, either online, over the phone or via email. They will be able to give you a definitive answer.

This works both ways, though. If a sportsbook is listed as ClickandBuy-ready above, it may actually not be. That’s how quickly policies change. It’s always a good idea to cross reference this information with what’s listed on the sportsbook payment page. 

No sportsbooks is available for those criterias.

ClickandBuy is a commonly used payment method among all sorts of online merchants—except sportsbooks. Whether that’s because most people don’t know it’s a payment option or because many websites still don’t accept it, we don’t know.

It just hasn’t really taken off in the popularity department.

ClickandBuy can, however, be an extremely valuable method of bankrolling your sporstbook account. It protects all of your personal information. That is its selling point. ClickandBuy is a third party, so you won’t constantly be entering information into different websites that can then be compromised by unsavory hackers.

Safety, in fact, is its most underrated benefit. See, with ClickandBuy, you can, in theory, fund multiple sportsbook accounts. And yet, you have only ever entered information into one location (ClickandBuy), which can be accessed using a username and password. 

Since your ClickandBuy account must have funds in it to complete transfers, the transactions are close to instantaneous. Your sportsbook should receive the funds you send in 24 hours or sooner. 

Unlike many other online payment systems, ClickandBuy’s transaction fees are usually very low. You may need to sacrifice a percentage of your transfer, or it may be a flat rate. Either way, the amount is typically negligible, so you don’t need to worry about the sum of your transaction driving up its overall cost.

Some good news: There is a way to avoid any fees involved. Pre-funded transactions are usually able to be completed penalty-free. Thus, if you deposit funds into your ClickandBuy account, then send that money to a sportsbook, you won’t be charged additional money to complete the purchase.

Granted, there may be fees with the sportsbook, and ClickandBuy may have special exceptions for sportsbook transactions. But, as of now, it looks like you can transfer money into sportsbetting sites without paying an extra cent.

How To Pay With ClickandBuy

Paying with ClickandBuy is a pretty straightforward process.

First, you will need to set up a ClickandBuy account. This will require you providing personal information, such as your name, phone number, email, etc. You can also attach a bank account, credit card or debit card to your ClickandBuy registration in order to speed up future deposits. This information is guaranteed to be secured by ClickandBuy. It can only be accessed with a username and password that you will choose. This information should not be given out to anyone else—unless you are working through a problem with ClickandBuy directly.

You will be asked a number of security questions when making your ClickandBuy account. This is yet another layer of protection. The answers to these queries will be used to confirm your identity during later transactions or when you forget your username or password.

Once your account is all set up, decide how much you want to put in your sportsbook. Be aware of any fees ClickandBuy will impose when completing this transaction. Tack on the fee to your desired deposit. That’s how much you will need in your ClickandBuy account.

It is at this point that you can set up recurring deposits by attaching a credit or debit card to your account. You won’t be able to schedule automatic deposits or transfers, but you will save yourself time by registering a credit/debit card. You won’t have to type in a bunch of information every time you start a transaction, and it will also help speed up future transfers to sportsbooks, ensuring your funds are available well within 24 hours.

Next, you will want to find a sportsbook that accepts ClickandBuy. Use the above widget to obtain that information, but also try contact customer service desks to confirm that ClickandBuy is a valid method of deposit.

You must have a sportsbook account to begin the transaction process. It won’t work without one. ClickandBuy needs to know where to send your money.

The process by which the transfer is actually made will vary by sportsbook. Unless there is a blanket procedure listed somewhere on the website, most likely on the payment methods information page, you will need to speak with a customer service rep. They will give you any information you need to provide to ClickandBuy, such as an account number.

This information will then be provided to ClickandBuy, who will transfer your funds to the appropriate recipient. Think of ClickandBuy as a lesser-known PayPal. That’s how transactions are completed. Once again, any money you send should be available at your sportsbook within 24 hours, but it can take slightly longer.

And remember, in most cases, you can avoid any fees on ClickandBuy’s side by depositing money into your account in advance. If all the money you need to bankroll your sportsbook account is already in ClickandBuy’s possession, you will be able to make low-stakes and high-stakes transfers without further damage being done to your wallet.