Nairabet – Payment Options in 2023 [Betting Deposit Review]

In our opinion, Nairabet in terms of the accepted payment methods ranks in the middle. Because: You can choose from more alternatives than with other bookmakers, but we see room for improvement. Not least because you can’t fall back on the USSD method. In our opinion, this is a bit paradoxical. After all, you can opt for a lite version for mobile bets, just as well.

Deposits in Nairabet shops, via ATM and in the bank

The other side of the coin is that you can also make your deposits offline. For example, you can go to your nearest Nairabet shop or agent. All you must do is give them your ID and the amount you wish to deposit. You can also transfer funds to your betting account via ATM.

  • Nairabet payment methods

You should select “Quickteller”. Otherwise, you can choose “Pay Bills”. Furthermore, some ATMs at GTB branches display “Fund Wallet”. If you select “Fund Wallet”, “Fund GT Wallet” or “Fund Other Wallets” will be displayed. If you go to “Fund Other Wallets” in these cases, you can find a list of merchants on the next page. Here you must enter the corresponding codes. You find the list below:

  • 1,000 ₦ – 04276801
  • 2,000 ₦ – 04276802
  • 3,000 ₦ – 04276803
  • 4,000 ₦ – 04276804
  • 5,000 ₦ – 04276805
  • Over 5,000 ₦ – 04276806

By the way, this is the only payment method where Nairabet requires a minimum amount that is higher than 100 ₦. And you receive the credit immediately to your betting account. Additionally, you can request bank transfers on site. This can be done at First Bank, FCMB, UBA, Sterling Bank, Union Bank, Stanbic IBTC Bank, Access Bank and Fidelity Bank. On the deposit slip, you need to write Nairabet as the account name, the ID as the account numbers, your name exactly as it appears on and of course the amount. Afterwards, the processing will begin immediately.

How to fund your betting account via

Furthermore, Nairabet logically after the registration and login offers you different options for online transactions. The bookie primarily recommends the payment gateway Paystack. However, as a cardholder at Sterling Bank, you can’t use your card to make deposits. Besides, you can opt for deposits and inline deposits. With these and with Xpresspay and GTBank, once you have entered the desired amount, you will be directed to the respective website.

If, on the other hand, you want to use Quickteller or the mobile money provider Opay, the whole procedure takes place separately from You either must fill out the form at or download the Opay app on your Android or Apple device. Nairabet informs about eventual fees exclusively after the login.

Withdrawals are possible only by bank transfer

In contrast, you can withdraw your potential winnings only by bank transfers. To be more precise, you must be an account holder at one of around twenty banks. In this case, you must transfer a minimum amount of 1,000 ₦. You need to provide your bank name, account number, account type (current or saving) and the amount. Bank transactions usually take a little more time, but you will receive the funds within a very short time. Below are the banks you can choose from:

  • Access Bank
  • Ecobank Nigeria
  • Enterprise Bank
  • Fidelity Bank
  • First Bank of Nigeria
  • First City Monument Bank
  • Guaranty Trust Bank
  • Heritage Bank
  • Keystone Bank
  • Mainstreet Bank
  • Nigerian International Bank (CITIbank)
  • Polaris Bank
  • Stanbic IBTC Bank
  • Sterling Bank
  • Union Bank of Nigeria
  • United Bank For Africa (UBA)
  • Unity Bank
  • Wema Bank
  • Zenith Bank

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