Most options at CashPoint start at €10.00, but there are three payment methods that you should be able to use to deposit from €1.00 and these are Skrill, Paybox and (possibly) Paysafecard.
TipBet Sports (TipBet Sports Review) have a minimum deposit of €1.00 by Paysafecard. All their other deposit options start at a minimumm of €10.00.
Genting Bet did have a low £2.00 Skrill limit, but that has now been raised to a massive £50.00!
While we check the deposit limits often, they can change overnight, and the sites never let us know that they have been increased. If you have signed up recently with either Bet365 or Genting Bet expecting low deposit limits and were disappointed then I apologise for that.
It seems that shortly after we find a sportsbook with a low deposit limit it gets increased. Most recently this happened with GentingBet and Bet365, but it has happened at other sportsbooks too. We do check these details frequently but bear in mind that the sites can change their limits overnight.
Deposit from €1.00 at CashPoint Sportsbook
The CashPoint brand has been around since the 1990’s and aside from the online gambling sites, they have a network of real life betting shops and kiosks. They are more well known in Germany and Austria but they have also opened up gambling outlets in the United Kingdom and other European countries.
There are other payment methods available for depositing to this bookie, but the minimum amount – other than for the three listed above – is €10.00.
They cover all sports except for Horse Racing.
Cashpoint sportsbook is licenced by the Malta LGA, and the UK Gambling Commission.
This sportsbook has an online casino too, but no poker room at this time.
Because of the limited number of sportsbooks that take £1.00 deposits we are adding another one that does not quite reach that low limit, but does come close.
Low deposits at Genting Bet
The deposit options are quite limited here, with currently only debit cards being offered. Players depositing using debit cards will have to deposit a minimum of £10 (or 10 Euros).
The minimum deposit for players using Skrill was just £2.00 or €2.00. But the Skrill option has been taken off of the site now, so we are in the process of confirming that it is no longer available.
There is £10.00 risk free offer on your first bet – bet £10 at odds of evens or higher, and if it loses you will get your money back, but, sadly, this is not available to players using Skrill to deposit.
Restricted countries at this bookie include the United States, Australia, Portugal, Spain, Ireland and many more. Players form the United Kingdom are welcome here, and this site has a licence from the UK Gambling commission.