Denmark has progressed a lot in the recent years, and even if they still are not using the Euro as a currency, there are many bookmakers who accept the Danish Krone when people deposit or withdraw money. This article will tell you which sports betting websites will allow you to deposit it and additional tax information which may be helpful to Danes. We will also discuss the best payment options that you can use for your account.
Where can you bet using Danish Krone?
|Bookmaker||Founded||Jurisdiction||Bonus||Min. Bet||Max. Bet||Grade||Review|
|2003||Malta||50% up to £200||£1||£5000||
|2015||Curacao, UK||£50||£0.1||No max||
We managed to find three bookmakers who accept the Danish Krone, but most likely there are more who will allow deposits to be made with this currency. The three betting websites have very good reviews and you won’t make a mistake by choosing to sign up with them, so we recommend them to all of our readers.
- Bet365 – There you will find thirteen ways to make a deposit into your account by using Danish Krone, some of them include PayPal, Skrill, Neteller, PaySafeCard, Ukash, Entropay, Click2Pay, online bank transfer, cheque, fast bank transfer, wire transfer, and credit or debit card. You can also make withdrawals with almost all of them (the exceptions are PaySafeCard, Ukash, and online bank transfer). Read more about the bookie.
- BetVictor – This bookmaker doesn’t offer the same versatility as bet365, but it still a good choice for anyone wanting to bet using DKK. Customers can deposit by PayPal, credit/debit card, Webmoney, PaySafeCard, and Ukash.
- 888Sport – 888Sport is another good option which provides punters with many ways to deposit or withdraw money, for example, PayPal, Neteller, Entropay, Skrill, Clickandbuy, cheque, bank transfer, wire transfer, Ukash, and credit or debit cards. Money can be withdrawn using all of the above except Ukash.
Gambling Tax in the Denmark
Taxation Laws in Denmark can be a little confusing, especially when it comes to gambling, but all you need to remember is that punters don’t have to pay tax on their winnings. In fact, even the tax paid by the companies has been lowered, so it doesn’t reflect so much on the odds.
Most people who want laws on paying gambling tax on your winnings don’t pay it, so it’s a useless discussion.
What payment methods should Danes use?
When it comes to gambling and online payments, Denmark is considered to be an open minded country, so it’s no hassle to use a credit or debit card for all of you gambling transactions. You don’t need to hide the transactions by using e-wallets or similar payment methods.
However, it’s different for each person because some of you may want to keep their spouses from finding out about their gambling transactions. In that case, we would recommend using an e-wallet like Skrill or Neteller.