As mentioned, in order to utilise one of the uKash vouchers, you would first need to purchase one from an outlet supplying such. These were available from their humble beginnings in 2005 right up until the merger with Skrill Group in 2015, and as a result, the uKash online cash vouchers were replaced with the Skrill Group’s aforementioned Paysafecard on 31st October of the same year. However, up until then, they were bought from a variety of outlets, and players would then be in possession of the necessary 19-digit PIN code. The code represented the amount of cash paid to receive such, and if you needed to know the nearest point of sale for these, the uKash website featured its own ‘Store Locator’.
Alternatively to this, many countries also allowed customers to purchase uKash vouchers online as well, thereby eliminating the need to go out to a land-based store to pick one up. However, in order to do this, it was necessary to be in possession of a credit or debit card, whereas store purchases could be done with cash. Following this, players would have to log in to their online casino account and direct themselves to the cashier page. Here, a drop down menu provides several different payment method options, at which point, you’d need to select uKash as the desired choice. Then, you’d be prompted to enter the 19 numbers of the PIN code into the relevant field, enter the currency of your casino account and, finally, input the amount you wanted to fund it by. Confirming the amount would transfer the funds from the voucher instantly to your account, allowing instant play of the selection of games available.