What Banks Can You Use With UniBet?
Unibet accepts withdrawals from a wide range of high street and online banks, including all those through a Visa or MasterCard. As well as the retail banks, there is a long list of online
banks that you can withdraw to via the secure Trustly transfer service, including Monzo, Revolut, Starling and other familiar banks that can be found via the ‘Online Banking’ option on the withdrawals page after you select ‘add new account’. They also accept PayPal, Neteller and Skrill E-wallets.
Unibet How To Withdraw
You can withdraw from any of the above banking methods so long as you have the sufficient balance to withdraw the minimum amount for that withdrawal method and also that you have deposited money using that method before. The minimum withdrawal amount for Bank Transfer, Neteller, and Skrill are all £10, although for card withdrawals it’s only £5 on an existing card and £15 for a new card. When you’re ready to take cash out of your balance, to make a withdrawal, follow these steps:
- Access your Unibet online account.
- Navigate to the Bank tab on the side menu and select Withdraw from the drop-down menu,
- From this menu, you can see and select the withdrawal options available to you, as well as the ones that you aren’t able to use and what you need to do to access them.
- Select your preferred option.
- Any cards that you’ve used previously will be saved on your account and selected by default and you can also add new cards to withdraw funds via the ‘+ Other Cards’ button located below any saved card details.
- Once your details are entered or selected you can simply type in the amount that you want to withdraw and hit ‘Withdraw’.
- For large withdrawals, Unibet may request further verification of identification as an anti-fraud measure, which will slow down the process and will require you to send multiple forms of verifying documentation.
Unibet Withdrawal Time
The withdrawal times as shown on the image above range from a few minutes to 5 days, with some online banks and E-wallets being the quickest and bank transfer potentially taking the longest. Withdrawals will be quickest if requested well within working hours on a weekday and will be held up if requested on a weekend, during early mornings, evenings or national holidays. All withdrawals are free, as there are no charges for any of the above methods.