How to make a deposit
You can deposit funds into your online gaming account directly from your bank account or use your favorite credit or debit card. Your payment details must match the information provided when you registered your account. Choose one of the methods below.
VIP Preferred™ is the recommended ACH/e-check deposit method at PartyCasino NJ. Simply enroll with VIP Preferred by providing your driver's license number, your bank's routing number and your account number and funds will be transferred directly from your bank account to your PartyCasino NJ account.
The PartyCasino Prepaid Play+ account is the preferred method for making instant deposits to your PartyCasino NJ account. To enroll online and fund your account using a credit card, debit card or bank transfer, simply log in to your account and select Prepaid Play+ from the Cashier. Please note that additional costs and/or fees may be assessed by your card issuer pursuant to your cardholder agreement.
You can use your VISA or MasterCard credit or debit card to fund your PartyCasino NJ account. Please note that some banks will not process credit or debit card transactions for online gaming. There may also be additional costs and/or fees assessed by your card issuer as documented in your cardholder agreement.
You can use your PayPal account to make a deposit via your PayPal available balance or personal bank account.
You can use a pre-established online banking account with the “Bill Pay” function enabled to transfer funds to your PartyCasino NJ account.
PayNearMe allows you to fund your PartyCasino NJ account with cash at local stores like 7-Eleven. Simply generate the PayCode from the cashier by selecting PayNearMe and have it sent to your email or phone, then go to your chosen store and use cash to make a deposit. Click here to find the nearest location.
You can use your American Express-branded card to fund your PartyCasino NJ account. Corporate Travel Cards, Prepaid Cards, Small Business Cards and Bank Co-Branded Cards will not be accepted. There may also be additional costs and/or fees assessed as stated in your cardholder agreement.