Withdrawing money from your gambling account is always a pleasant process because it means that you’ve actually won something and want to have the winnings at your disposal. Even if it’s not a huge amount, you still would want to know how to withdraw the money, so that’s why we have created this page.
Of course, making a withdrawal isn’t the only option you have. The money in your account can also be used to make more wagers and win ever more cash. The decision whether to withdraw or not is entirely up to you.
If you are interested in learning more about deposits and withdrawals by using various banking methods at different bookies, check out our deposits page.
Choosing a withdrawal method
There are a wide variety of options that you can use for making a withdrawal at gambling websites and no one can tell them that they don’t make it easy for you to receive your winnings. Here are the most used ways of making a withdrawal:
If you have a preferred withdrawal method, we recommend always seeing if it’s accepted by the bookmaker before signing up with them. Credit and debit cards are the most popular method of withdrawals, so it’s normal that most websites accept them. You can also use a cheque but usually takes too much time for them to go through, so people don’t use them that often. For more information about the different deposit and withdrawal methods, check out this section.
After you have chosen your preferred withdrawal method, just click on the withdrawal section, select the method you wish to use and do what the instructions say.
What is the minimum amount for making a withdrawal?
While there is always a minimum amount for a withdrawal which is different at each bookmaker, you shouldn’t worry because it’s usually a small sum and it shouldn’t be a problem for you to make withdrawals from gambling websites.
For example, the minimal withdrawal amount at Bet365 is £5 if you use a debit or credit card, but for PayPal users, the sum rises to £10 and to £25 for Click2Pay customers. It’s always worth it to check the minimum amount beforehand, especially if you are using a more obscure method as the sum there is usually bigger.
Do you get charged when making a withdrawal?
The best sports betting websites won’t charge you for making withdrawals, but some sites have a one free withdrawal per month limit (mostly if you use a fast bank or wire transfer at Bet365). Of course, there are payment methods who themselves will charge you a fee, like PayPal.
We hope that the information provided in this article will be useful for some of you and there won’t be any problems when making a withdrawal which hopefully will happen often for our readers. If you still want to learn more about the specific withdrawal/deposit options, go to the ‘Deposit Options’ section on our website.