Best PayPal Sports Betting Sites & Apps

We help you find the best PayPal sports betting sites in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Indiana

Why Chose Betting Sites that Accept PayPal?

Paypal is a very popular banking option for deposits to and withdrawals from online sportsbooks. The standard for betting sites is to accept Paypal and there are only a few legal and licensed sportsbooks in the US that do not accept Paypal as a payment method.

One of the best things with using PayPal to transfer money into your betting account is the ease of use and speed of the transaction. Keep reading for the full list of sports betting sites in NJ, PA and IN that use PayPal as a banking option.

Top 5 Best PayPal Sports Betting Sites and Apps in the US

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Why use PayPal for Online Sports Betting Deposits/Withdrawals?

Online sportsbooks offer a plethora of banking options ranging from credit card payments, online bank transfers, e-wallets, and cash deposits. PayPal has fast become one of the most popular payment methods for online sports betting. As a consuequence betting sites more or less need to offer PayPal to their customers to stay competitive.

Uniform money transfers both in-and-out from a sportsbook must work flawlessly and this is exactly what PayPal delivers, a smooth and fast way of moving money to an online sportsbook. Deposits are instant and withdrawals are made within 24 hours (at most sportsbooks).

How to Create a PayPal Account

How to Create a PayPal Account

Link a debit or credit card to your PayPal account and you are ready to start transferring funds to your online sports betting account.

1 Go to PayPal

Click the button below to visit the PayPal website

2 Click register Pesonal account

Select the Personal account to register a free paypal account

3 Complete the registration form

Fill in your name, address, e-mail and password

4 Confirm your e-mail

To verify you are the rightful owner you need to verify your email address.

5 Add funds to your account

Link a debit or credit card to your PayPal account and you are ready to start transferring funds to your online sports betting account.


What sports betting sites accept PayPal?

More or less all sports betting sites that are licensed and legal in the US accept deposits from and withdrawals to PayPal.

What is PayPal?

PayPal is an online payment system supporting online money transfers. PayPal is a publicly traded company on NASDAQ.

How much does sportsbooks charge for a PayPal transaction?

All transactions to and from sportsbooks are free and the fee that PayPal charge is covered by the sportsbook.

How does PayPal work?

PayPal lets you: - Transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. - Transfer money from your PayPal account to another PayPal account. - Get a PayPal debit card that you can use to make transactions in the "real" world. - Get a cash advance from your credit card and deposit the amount in your PayPal account - Connect one or several credit cards to your PayPal account which are credited once making a purchase.

About PayPal

Paypal was founded in 1998 as a money transfer service. In 2000 before their IPO in 2002 PayPal merged with Elon Musk’s online banking company Just after PayPal went public in 2002 eBay acquired the company for a whopping $1.5 billion. Paypal has since grown significantly and have close to 300 million registered users and close to 20.000 employees worldwide.