A fantastic debit card option that’s been going strong since 1990, this globally recognised card is the perfect way to credit your bankroll using money direct from your bank – it’s simple to use, quick, and there’s no credit involved. You can also cash out your winnings using Maestro too! It’s easy to keep track of your finances when you use a debit card via your online banking system, so you always know exactly how your finances are performing. Recognised globally as a trusted way to transfer money, you get your MasterCard Maestro through a bank or other financial institution and then use it to make payments over the counter and/or online. And for new MansionCasino.com players making an initial deposit today, there can be extra funds up for grabs when you opt in to your exclusive Welcome Bonus offer up to $/€5,000.
Making Maestro Deposits
It’s easy to use this payment method to add funds to your bankroll. You can log in to your Mansion Casino online account at any time of day and night and access the Cashier – we understand that people have busy lives and that having entertainment at your fingertips when it’s convenient to you is important. Therefore, you can hit the Maestro MasterCard option at any time to make your deposit. Simply state your deposit amount and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the transaction – when the funds appear in your bankroll, you can play the 300+ games we offer for the chance to win real money right away. You can also withdraw winnings via the withdrawal area to the same Maestro debit card, making it even easier to track your funds.
Mobile Deposits via Maestro
If you prefer to play while on the move, our mobile casino site and our mobile casino app both accommodate withdrawals and deposits, as well as bonus requests, so you can even be in charge of your money whilst travelling. The Cashier is fully functional 24/7 for complete convenience, and even if you switch between devices (e.g. laptop, phone, and iPad), all your account info is updated in real time so you’ll know exactly how much is in your bankroll.