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Web Cash at Costco.ca is currently Sold Out!
Buy Lotto tickets online, play slots or bet on the biggest sports games with Web Cash. Like a gift card, Web Cash lets you load your PlayNow Wallet without adding a credit card to your account! Visit your local Husky Station or select lottery kiosk to purchase Web Cash.
The Benefits of Web Cash
Purchase with cash and play online. No credit card required.
No Usage Fees
Avoid the fees when depositing online with cash.
Web Cash funds do not expire.
All your Favourite Games
Web Cash can be used to play all the games you love.
How to Deposit with Web Cash
Follow these easy steps:
PlayNow is your online gambling destination.
Conveniently buy Lotto tickets online, right until draw time.
Find your favourite slot games like Cleopatra and 88 Fortunes, or discover new casino games added weekly.
Add excitement to the biggest sports games with BC’s only legal sportsbook.
Web Cash is the latest way to fund your PlayNow.com account and is available at select lottery kiosks and Husky stores throughout the province of British Columbia. Web Cash can be purchased for $25 each and allows you to pre-pay with cash, debit or credit to fund your PlayNow.com account.
Web Cash funds can be used to play all games available on PlayNow.com. Web Cash funds are subject to restrictions and will be credited to the Account's Non-Withdrawable Cash balance, meaning you will need to wager the equivalent amount of the voucher (excluding token's or Free Play wagers) in order to withdraw the Web Cash funds.
If you need further assistance with deposits or have further questions, the PlayNow online chat is available or call the Customer Support team at 1-877-706-6789.
Web Cash is currently sold out at Costco.ca. Find Web Cash at select lottery kiosks and Husky stores throughout the province of British Columbia. Use this interactive map to help you locate the most convenient location.
Yes, Web Cash may be subject to credit card fees depending on your credit card provider.
Once deposited into your account, the cash can be used towards any product available on PlayNow.
Yes, however Web Cash carries no cash value until deposited into a PlayNow account.
Deposits made via Web Cash are credited to a Non-Withdrawable Cash balance. You are required to wager an equivalent amount on PlayNow products (excluding tokens or free play) before Web Cash deposits can be withdrawn from your account.
- You have $0 in your account.
- You make a deposit of $25 using your Web Cash voucher.
- Your account balance is now $25; making the Non-Withdrawable Cash Balance $25.
- You purchase a $5 lottery ticket. The ticket is a winner and the payout is $10.
- Your account balance is now $30 ($25 balance - $5 purchase + $10 winnings = $30).
- Your Non-Withdrawable Cash Balance is down to $20, because you made a $5 purchase. The $10 you won is now eligible for withdrawal.
No, Web Cash vouchers carry no expiry date.
Yes, purchases with Web Cash count towards all promotional spend requirements on PlayNow.
Web Cash vouchers are used for cash deposits, and are not considered tokens. The only difference between Web Cash and paying with a Credit Card/Interac/EFT deposit is the Non-Withdrawable stipulation added to Web Cash deposits.
What is GameSense?
GameSense reinforces our focus on keeping it fun. GameSense involves learning how the games work and the odds of winning and losing. Using your GameSense means balancing the fun part of gambling with the need to stay in control and within your boundaries.
Set a budget
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If you're experiencing difficulties associated with gambling, our self-exclusion program, Game Break, may be a great way to help you take a break and regain control. Learn more.