New Jersey Online Poker Deposits

Deposit Methods

Huge news for NJ online poker players. Unlike the rest of the country, where players have to jump through hoops to throw money into their offshore poker account, getting your money into a legit New Jersey poker site is as easy as shopping online. Ever buy anything on Amazon or eBay? Then you can make a New Jersey poker deposit just as easily.

From Visa and MasterCard to bank transfers and cash deposits, we'll show you which sites accept your favorite deposit option and show you easy it is to get money into your account.

Everything you need to know about the best New Jersey poker deposit options in 60 Seconds

  • Making a deposit at a New Jersey poker online site is as easy as shopping online
  • The best New Jersey poker sites offer a number of deposit options, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and third party options too
  • Not all banks support payments to Internet gambling sites
  • Check with your bank or credit card issuer if your card is declined when you try to deposit
  • NJ Internet poker sites employ high-end encryption technology to keep your financial information safe - it's the same type of security your bank uses
  • Most NJ poker deposits are instant - the cash is available in your account and ready to play with right away


You can use your Visa to make a New Jersey poker site deposit. It's literally as easy as shopping online. Just enter your Visa card number along with the expiration date and you're good to go. It's safe, secure, and incredibly easy.


MasterCard online poker New Jersey deposits are amazingly easy and very secure. Best of all, if your MasterCard is tied to a loyalty program where you earn points, you'll collect them each time you make a deposit.


Got an American Express? New Jersey poker sites all over the site accept AMEX. Making a deposit is just like shopping online, so all you need is your AMEX number and a valid NJ billing address to get started.

Credit Card

Credit Card NJ Internet gambling deposits are becoming more widespread as more and more USA banks open up their credit card transactions for poker deposits. Remember to check with your card issuer to make sure they permit deposits from NJ online poker sites.

Debit Card

When you make a NJ poker deposit using your debit card, you'll benefit from having the money withdrawn from your checking account automatically. That means there are no surprises at the end of the month, and no rush to come up with a bunch of extra cash to pay your Internet poker bill.


You use PayPal to buy stuff off of eBay. You use it at your favorite local retailer. Now you can use it to pay for NJ poker deposits online. Not all sites accept PayPal as a deposit option, but check back often if you really want to use this payment method.


One of our favorite 3rd party NJ poker deposit transfer options, Neteller lets you fund your online poker account using your bank account, credit card, or another method. You simply load cash to your Neteller account and then transfer the money to your NJ poker online account. If you don't want to reveal your bank info to the site, this is a great method worth checking out.

Western Union

Your local convenience store likely offers Western Union, and in many cases you can make a Western Union poker transfer online too. If you're looking to make a New Jersey poker deposit using cash, Western Union is definitely your best bet.

Bank Transfer

Want to move the money directly from your bank account without using a third party transfer site? You can arrange a bank transfer directly with your NJ poker online site of choice. It's usually quite fast, so you can get on your way to playing poker and winning big.

Check back often for new deposit options

New Jersey online poker is relatively new. And to complicate matters a bit more, it's not regulated in most of the other 50 states. That means not all New Jersey poker sites offer all deposit methods yet, so make sure you visit here often for updates. And don't forget, new and reputable deposit options are popping up all the time. So if your favorite deposit option isn't listed yet, there's a chance it will be soon.