New to sports betting in Nigeria? Do you need help on how to fund NairaBET account using USSD, Recharge Card, Banks and more? Or better still, do you encounter any problem when you try to credit NairaBET account?
As expected, we’d be revealing different secret methods on how you can use to deposit funds into your NairaBet account. So, without wasting any more time, let’s get straight to business.
How to Fund Nairabet Account using USSD, Recharge Card, Airtime, ATM , Quick teller and More
The last place you placed a bet was probably a NairaBET shop. This time, you’d like to do from the comfort of your mobile.
Here are 6 easy ways you can credit NairaBet account from anywhere:
Pay to Nairabet agent (shop)
Perhaps, the easiest means of loading your NairaBet account. All you need to do is just visit any authorized outlets “Agent” near you.
To located the closest one near your location, you can call NairaBET Customer Care on 070062472238 (0700NAIRABET) to get help.
As soon as you located one, walk in and then give the cashier/agent your Nairabet customer identification number or user ID and the particular amount you’d like to fund your Nairabet account with.
The agent will then fund your account immediately.
Note: Your account password is not needed to complete this. NEVER disclose your account password to anyone.
So easy, yeah? Let’s check out an even simpler method.
Where can I see my customer ID/user ID is?
Your Nairabet customer ID is located at the top right corner of your browser screen as soon as you are logged-in to your NairaBET account.
Here is a simple way on how to fund your Nairabet account using Bank deposit.
To begin, simply walk into any of the Nigerian banks listed below and request to fund through “paydirect online’:
- First Bank
- Stanbic IBTC Bank
- Access Bank
- Fidelity Bank
- Sterling Bank
- Union Bank
The cashier will give you a deposit slip that will reqyure you to enter certain details of your NairaBet account.
You can fill it as follows:
- Account name: In this space, write NairaBet
- Account Number: In this space, provide your NairaBET account ID
- Depositor’s Name: write your name as it is on NairaBet.com
- Amount: Enter the amount you want credited into your NairaBET account
At the upper part of the deposit slip, please repeat your deposit amount as follows. For:
- N1,000 – NairaBET Credit N1,000
- N2,000 – NairaBET Credit N2,000
- N3,000 – NairaBET Credit N3,000
- N4,000 – NairaBET Credit N4,000
- N5,000 – NairaBET Credit N5,000
- Any other amount – NairaBET Credit Others (For amounts not listed above)
As soon as it is processed, check your account. You will find the fund in your account instantly.
Pay with your card
Here is how to pay into your NairaBet account using ATM card
The following cards are accepted:
- Interswitch verve cards
- Visa cards and
- Naira Master cards.
- With this method you can skip waiting in queues, or filling any bank teller.
Just follow the steps below:
Have your card ready by your side
Head over to nairabet.com, then Login and click on the “Deposit” (or “My Account” on computer). That will take you to the list of available payment options.
Once there, Pick “Webpay” on your mobile device, or “Pay with ATM card” option on computer.
Type in your target amount.
For example, 30000 then click on “Pay”. You’ll then be redirected away from the NairaBET page to the payment gateway page.
On the payment gateway, kindly fill in all the needed details, like providing your card details, and input your PIN. Tap on Pay/Proceed to confirm transaction.
It will redirect you to a status page, where you can check out the status of the transaction you recently made.
Once successfully, you will be redirected back to the NairaBET page.
From there, you can check your account balance, and you’d see that the money has reflected immediately.
Pay at the ATM – How to Fund Nairabet Account through ATM
If the option to “Pay with Your Card” appears somewhat difficult, you can go for the option of funding your NairaBET.com using the nearest ATM you.
Two things you will need – an ATM card with funds and your Nairabet customer ID number.
Head over to the closest ATM in your vicinity. Insert your ATM card and input your PIN.
Now, choose “Quickteller” option on the ATM screen. Pick “Pay Bills” or “Fund Wallet” or “Fund GT Wallet” or “ Fund Other Wallets” (If you’re using a GT Bank ATM).
Once that is complete, you’ll see the list of merchants will appear. Select Others.
The machine will ask you to enter your merchant code. Now, the code you will enter will depend on the amount you want to fund your NairaBET.com account with.
Below are the codes:
- 55601 – N1,000
- 55602 – N2,000
- 55603 – N3,000
- 55604 – N4,000
- 55605 – N5,000
For deposits above N5,000, kindly type the code 55606. You will be asked to enter the amount you want to deposit. Enter the amount and proceed to the next page.
The next step is to enter your NairaBET customer ID number. After entering your ID, it will bring up your name. Should another name appear, it means you have entered the wrong ID and you’ll have to cancel the transaction and start all over again.
Confirm and re-confirm the details you have provided as correct. Some machines (although nor compulsory) may request for your telephone number.
Once you carefully go through all these steps, your NairaBET.com account will be credited instantly!
How to Fund NairaBet account using Quickteller Mobile APP
First, open the app, then pick “Sport Bet” option.
Next, you will see a list of bookie, scroll down and pick “NairaBet”
Next, it will ask for your customer reference (or customer ID) and select an option – Choose “Nairabet online player” if you already have an account and want to fund online.
Choose “Nairabet Shop agent” if you want to walk into the shop to complete your process.
Now, once you enter “customer reference number” and choose “Nairabet online player option”, it will take you to a page where you will enter your card details.
Note: To view your customer reference/ account ID, kindly log into your NairaBet account and click on the face icon at the right corner of your screen.
Fill in your card details and click on “Pay”. That is it! You’ll see your money immediately in your account!
Card number: these are the numbers in front of your ATM card. It is usually 16 digits, however, in some ATM cards, it may be more than 16 digits.
Account Type: select either Savings or Current.
CVV: these are the three digits at the back of your ATM card. Note that some cards may have 7 digits. In such cases, please enter the last three digits.
MM/YY: this the expiry date of your ATM card. It can be seen in the front of your ATM card.
Pin: this is your ATM card pin.
Fund your account with GTB USSD
There’s now a sixth way to fund your NairaBET account, and that’s by GTBank USSD (quick code). The code to dial is: *737*50*Amount*88#.
Afterwards a message pops us asking for your NairaBET.com customer ID number. Simply press “Reply” (or “Answer”) and enter your NairaBET customer ID number. Then press “Send” again.
You will then be asked to enter your PIN code or the last 4 digits of your GTBank card.
That’s it! Check your account, the money will be there to use!
How to Fund Your Nairabet Account using Airtime
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How do I fund my account with the FirstBank USSD Code?
Dial *894*89401890*amount# with the phone number you registered to your First Bank account.
A message will pop up asking you to input your NairaBET customer ID. Do that.
Input your 5-digit pin also and that’s all! Your account will be credited.
Fund Your Nairabet Account on Jumia One
Download the Jumia One App on your Android or ios device.
👉 Locate the Betting Icon under the Food, Travel and Entertainment segment.
👉 Click on it and it automatically selects the Nairabet Icon
👉 Input your Nairabet Username.
👉 Input the amount you want to fund your account with.
👉 Click on proceed to pay.
👉 Confirm your details and click on Continue to Pay.
👉 Click on Pay Now to complete payment.
All these available options are different ways on how to fund Nairabet using different methods.