Silver Sands Introduces New Deposit Option, Get R2,000 Bonus
Silver Sands Casino has added another payment option to its long list of deposit methods. It’s UPayCard, an online payment method that allows players to fund their casino accounts and clear their winnings in a safe and fast manner. UPayCard was established in 2013 and it functions as an e-wallet you can register with for free.
To introduce this banking method to its customers, Silver Sands Casino offers a 100% bonus up to R2,000 and 100 free spins for the Pay Dirt slot on top. All customers who make a deposit of at least R200 via UPayCard can claim this bonus using the coupon code UPAYBONUS. The wagering requirements for this offer are set at 30x the deposit and bonus sum plus the amount obtained from free spins. Players can redeem this bonus each time they make a deposit via UPayCard.
Before claiming the bonus, create a free account on the UPayCard website. There will be no fees charged on the account creation, monthly maintenance or sending and receiving money via UPayCard. Topping up your UPayCard e-wallet is free via bank wire transfer whereas depositing via credit cards, Bitcoin or other means of payment comes at a fee of 1% up to 2.9%. When it comes to withdrawing funds from your UPayCard account to your bank account or credit card, you will be charged between $3 and $25, depending on the method you use.
Besides an e-wallet, the customer can also get a UPayCard Physical MasterCard and UPayCard Virtual MasterCard for physical and online payments and withdrawals. One of the biggest advantages of using UPayCard is the fact that you don’t have to reveal your personal and financial information to the casino. You can use UPayCard on you mobile device too, which allows you to carry out your transaction in a smooth way wherever you are.
On the other hand, one of the biggest disadvantages is the fact that South African players cannot use their local currency to make deposits and withdrawals via UPayCard. So far, UPayCard supports EUR, USD, GBP, DKK, PLN, SEK and NOK.