What Does Cash In Mean At William Hill
William Hill’s cash in feature is the equivalent of a cash out bet. Cash out is a major feature in any modern sports bettors’ arsenal and William Hill is not missing out here. Odds are updated live in play and before the action kicks off and you can hit the button, whenever you feel that you want to cut and run on your original bet, by cashing in on the offer from the bookies. Let’s face it, when your last result in an acca is looking dire it is sometimes the best option.
How To Cash Out With William Hill
With William Hill the option to cash out (or in) is fairly simple, easy, and can be done online, through mobile, or in shop.
- Go to your ‘My Bets’ tab.
- Select the ‘Cash In’ tab. From here you can see all the bets that support cash in.
- Find the bet that you’re interested in and you can see the cash in offer.
- Simply select cash in to accept the offer and then confirm.
- Or if applicable, move the slider to your desired partial cash in amount, select cash in and confirm.
These cash in bets are also visible in your open bets section and can be actioned from there.
Why Can’t I Cash Out Of My William Hill Bet?
There are some instances in which cashing out isn’t an option and for these bets it’s good to be aware of that. The inflated markets like Your Odds, Flash Odds and some promotional bets, like Free Bets will not have a cash in option on browser, mobile or in store. That is simply the nature of these types of bets so it’s best to be more certain when placing these.
As well as this, there’s times when a game’s cash in option is withdrawn by William Hill. This can be simply to protect their odds and it’s at their discretion whether or not they withdraw the function from any bets.
Cash Out In Store Bets With William Hill
With William Hill, cashing in while you’re at the shop is as easy as on mobile or web browser, so long as you have a William Hill Plus Card. With the card you can access all of the bets you place in store on your mobile and cash out as you would any normal bet in store or after you’ve left the shop and got home. You can also cash in bets at the store without a card, but a plus card does make things a little more convenient.