Spela Casino supports the following deposit and withdrawal methods:
Spela is a pay and play casino and you don’t have to go through a registration process or a long account verification procedure. However, you have to use Trustly as a “mediator” between you and the Spela casino.
Trustly is a third-party provider of payment solutions that helps you make safe, instant deposits and withdrawals. Whenever you decide to deposit funds at Spela, you have to choose the currency – either SEK or EUR, as well as the amount you would like to deposit. The minimum deposit amount is €20. The maximum is €10,000. Then, you will be redirected to your online banking and the amount will be instantly deducted from your bank account.
Withdrawals are processed in the same manner. The minimum withdrawal amount is €20. The maximum is €50,000 per month, €25,000 per week and €10,000 per day (No withdrawal limits for UK players).
These limitations do not apply for the progressive jackpot slots, and the VIP players, though.
The FAQ section explicitly says that deposits are free of charge, but a closer look at the T&C reveals that “Spela reserves the right to deduct a 2.85% processing fee on player transactions”.
[UPDATE] Spela customers now have a full range of payment methods at their disposal. Deposits and withdrawals are possible via VISA, MasterCard, Maestro, Neteller, Skrill, Entropay, entercash, SOFORT, giropay, paysafecard, boku, Euteller, ecoPayZ, Interact Online, iDebit, instadebit, EasyEFT.
Please refer to the images below to figure out the deposit/ withdrawal limits you have to comply with.
Update: As of April 14th, 2020, the UKGC prohibited the use of credit cards for online casino deposits as well as the credit card gambling through e-wallets. Still, UK-based players have plenty of other options available, including VISA/ Mastercard debit cards and prepaid cards.
The Spela owner Genesis Global Limited, holds a licence from the MGA, which speaks volumes of casino’s reliability. Other than that, Spela has a valid SSL certificate, which means players’ sensitive information is in safe hands.
Spela’s terms and conditions state that the restricted countries include United States of America and its territories, France and its territories, Spain, Denmark, Hungary, Iran, Israel, Portugal, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine, Belgium, Australia, Slovenia, Greece.
However, this is not, by any means, the full list of restricted jurisdictions. For example, Spela does not have a UKGC licence so it is a definite no-no for UK players. When you initiate a deposit at Spela, you are prompted to choose Germany, Finland or Sweden to be redirected to the local banks supporting Trustly. Therefore, Spela is available for Finnish, Swedish, and German players for now.
[UPDATE] As of April 2019, Spela casino holds a UKGC license and therefore it is legally allowed to provide its services on the UK gambling market. In addition, it is now available in more than 30 other countries. During the registration process, you will be prompted to choose a currency, as well as a country of residence from a drop-down menu. If your country is missing, then, it must be among the restricted ones.
Spela has a FAQ section, covering the most common players’ questions. However, if you have an account-specific question, you can get in touch with the customer support via e-mail, phone or live chat. Kindly note that the live chat option is available to registered customers only.