Entropay Review

entropay logoEntropay is becoming increasingly popular with sportsbook gamblers looking for a secure way to get money into and out of a gambling site. We have used this service before and therefore have first hand experience of just how useful it is from the prospective of a frequent gambler.

What is Entropay?

Entropay is a prepaid card service that operates entirely online. You simply create an account, fund that account and then create virtual VISA cards to add that money to. These cards can be used online to shop and gamble, and unlike typical prepaid cards, it’s all done online.

Entropay works with a number of top sportsbooks, including BetFair and other industry giants. Unlike other prepaid cards, you can also withdraw winnings back to your Entropay cards, before spending that money elsewhere or withdrawing it to your bank account.

Best Betting Sites That Accept Entropay

Rank Betting Site Rating Bonus Visit
1 888sport Treble the Winnings Bet Now888sport Review
2 Bet365 €100 Bonus Bet NowBet365 Review
2 Betway €30 Bonus Bet NowBetway Review

How it Works

After you sign up for an Entropay account, you need to register a credit card or debit card. You can then use this to fund up to 30 virtual VISA cards, which you can use on sites like BetFair. The site will not have access to any of your bank account information or your credit/debit card information, which means this information is never at risk. You can use that virtual VISA card many times over and you can also create others.

There are limits on withdrawals, with a minimum of $10 and a maximum of $10,000, and these withdrawals can take up to 3 working days to complete. Entropay also takes a small fee once you fund your virtual VISA card, but at no other time is a fee charged. This fee is very small and is inline with the amount of money you would expect sites like PayPal and Skrill to charge.


Entropay has many positives that set it apart from its competitors, along with the features that make prepaid cards such a popular payment method in this industry.


There are a couple of niggling issues with Entropay. These are far from big problems and they are certainly not big enough for us to reject this service, but they are still worth mentioning.