It seems that the Dragonfish brands are upping their game and whilst it may not be the site owners responsible, the B2B arm of 888 seem to have taken into consideration the areas in which they are lacking. We bought you news a couple of days ago that all the Dragonfish networked sites are dropping their £1 free welcome bonus in favour of a free bingo offering to all players both depositing and unfunded but another change has taken place too.
Brands like Bingo Cove now offer Paypal as a depositing option to players, something that was previously restricted to some of the 888 standalone sites like 888Ladies. However we have yet to see this option offered at sites like Foxy Bingo but is it coming soon?
The simple answer is that we don’t know however we weren’t wrong in our speculation that once 888Ladies and Wink Bingo offered Paypal as a depositing option the Dragonfish brands would follow shortly after.
Paypal have for quite some time been selective in the online gaming brands that they allow to use their payment options although we have seen it at 888 for quite some time, definitely at their poker site. Ladbrokes, Tombola, William Hill Bingo and a number of other brands have also offered Paypal for quite a while.
For bingo players Paypal is a welcome addition to the Dragonfish brands as many use this payment solution to buy and sell goods on the popular auction site eBay. Using this option means you don’t have to register your financial details on multiple sites, simply at Paypal.