Rakeback.com - Don't play poker without it


PartyPoker Removes Almost All Cashout Fees

PartyPoker Removes Cashout Fees

PartyPoker has waived fees for all players cashing out via the following methods:

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Bank transfer
  • Paypal
  • Maestro
  • Kalixa Pay
  • ClickandBuy
  • Goplay Prepaid Mastercard

Currently the 6th highest trafficked online poker room, PartyPoker stated 'listening to the players is central to our ongoing strategy'.

In a TwoPlusTwo forum post user 'Party_Rep' explained the decision to remove the processing fees was in response to feedback highlighting withdrawal fees as a contentious issue.

Get PartyPoker VIP

Free download securely from official Partypoker server

eWallet Fees Remain

PartyPoker implemented a 3% withdrawal fee for eWallets such as Skrill, Neteller and WebMoney in 2013.

eWallets are less commonly used by casual players, so at the time that move was seen as part of the general move towards a recreational player model.

At the current time this fee is still in place but Partygaming is said to be in negotiations to have the fee lowered.

Other RoW facing rooms such as PokerStars and Full Tilt do not charge for eWallet cashouts.

PartyPoker introduced the 3% fee around the time many players were abusing a 1.5% cashback promotion run by Skrill. PokerStars and other sites detected this and stopped running the promotion, but didn't raise fees. 

PokerStars also allows players to request higher deposit and withdrawal limits.

PartyPoker Recreational Player Model

PartyPoker & The Recreational Player Model

PartyPoker has had an interesting history of changes and updates, in its transition towards favoring a recreational player model.

Get PartyPoker VIP

Free download securely from official Partypoker server

comments powered by Disqus

Top Rakeback Offers

View all rakeback offers

Check Out These Sites

Join Banc de Binary
>> Bet on asset value changes

Join Option FM
>> Try your skill at trading Bitcoins