10bet Withdrawal Methods -

How Long Does 10bet Withdraw Take? (UK Payment Methods)

Last Updated: 22 July 2022, Author: AceOdds.com

Withdrawals to most methods are processed in 1-2 days. Bank Transfer may take up to 3 banking days.

Once you've set up your account with 10bet and taken advantage of their sign-up offer, hopefully, you'll have funds in your account that you can withdraw.

The withdrawal times at 10bet are all fairly similar, taking at least 1-2 days, so there's not a huge speed advantage for withdrawals using any method. With 10bet, your deposit method and the closed-loop policy will impact less the time it takes you to withdraw money.

10bet has a minimum withdrawal of just £1 for all of its payment methods, which is far lower than most other bookmakers who set the limit at £5, or even £10.

Below we'll look at the withdrawal options 10bet offer and their benefits.

Sort by:
Method Processing Time Min Max Fee
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
1 - 2 Banking Day(s) £1.00 - Free
PayPal
PayPal
1 - 2 Day(s) £1.00 - Free
NETELLER
NETELLER
1 - 2 Day(s) £1.00 - Free
Skrill
Skrill
1 - 2 Day(s) £1.00 - Free
Trustly
Trustly
1 - 2 Day(s) £1.00 - Free
Bank Transfer
Bank Transfer
1 - 3 Banking Day(s) £1.00 - Free

Debit Card

Withdraw up to £35,000 to your registered Debit Card.

Using your debit card to withdraw 10bet gives an estimated processing time from 3 hours to 2 business days. All withdrawals will automatically be processed to the same card used to deposit.

Debit cards have the lowest withdrawal limit of all the payment types at £35,000.

PayPal

Withdrawals are processed in 1-2 days. The maximum withdrawal is £50,000.

PayPal can only be used as a withdrawal option at 10bet if you have already used it to fund your account. If this is the case, you can withdraw up to £50,000 to your PayPal account.

The processing time is a minimum of 3 hours, up to 2W days. 10bet differentiate between "business days" and "days" with different payment methods. If you are making your withdrawal close to a weekend, this could impact your withdrawal, and you might find that e-wallets are faster than other methods.

Neteller

Withdraw between £1 and £50,000 to your Neteller e-wallet.

As with PayPal, Neteller can only be used to withdraw if you have already used it to make a deposit.

Suppose you do choose Neteller as your payment method of choice. In that case, it's worth knowing that you can apply for a pre-paid Mastercard with Neteller that allows you to spend funds directly from your Neteller account.

Skrill

Receive your funds in 1-2 days and withdraw up to £50,000.

Skrill is the same as other e-wallets in that you can only use it to withdraw if you have already made a deposit. The maximum withdrawal is £50,000, but you should check any transaction limits on your account.

Skrill also offers a pre-paid Mastercard that allows you to spend your funds directly or withdraw them as cash at an ATM.

Trustly

Use Trustly to withdraw up to £50,000 directly to your bank account.

Trustly is a third party that allows transfers directly from your bank account without entering debit card details. If you've used Trustly to deposit, then you can use it to withdraw funds back to the same bank account.

Withdrawal times will vary for Trustly, depending on your bank clearance times. It could be as little as a few hours or up to 2 banking days.

Bank Transfer

If your deposit method is not a supported withdrawal option, you can use bank transfer to withdraw up to £50,000.

Bank Transfer is a withdrawal option if your deposit method is not supported for withdrawals. This might be because you used a method like Paysafecard, a debit card has expired, or your details changed.

Unlike some other bookmakers, 10bet don't impose a higher minimum withdrawal on bank transfers, so you can still withdraw as little as £1. Depending on the processing times at your bank, you can expect to receive your funds in 1-3 banking days.

How to Make a Withdrawal from 10bet

There are 2 ways to access the withdrawal options at 10bet. Firstly you can click Withdraw from the account drop-down menu or choose Account Details, and the withdraw option will be available on the left-hand menu.

10bet withdraw menu
The withdraw option in the 10bet account menu

Whichever option you choose, a pop-up window will appear asking you to select your withdrawal method and amount.

In our case, we have not yet funded our account, so we received a warning that we must have deposited with a selected withdrawal method before using it.

10bet withdrawal screen
Selecting your withdrawal method at 10bet

We did note that at this point, selected e-wallets are visible as options, which they weren't when making an initial deposit. We think it's fair to say that once your 10bet account is established, more payment and withdrawal options may become available.

Unavailable Withdrawal Methods

The withdrawal methods at 10bet mostly match the deposit methods, so you shouldn't have issues withdrawing if you are lucky enough to make a profit. It is worth noting some methods that you can't use to withdraw.

  • Paysafecard - Paysafecard is an accepted deposit method with 10bet, but when making a withdrawal, you will need to use a bank transfer.
  • Apple Pay - Apple Pay is listed as a deposit option but not for withdrawals.
  • Google Pay - If you are an android user, you cannot use Google Pay for either deposits or withdrawals at 10bet.
  • Credit Cards- Despite being available as an option elsewhere in the world, in the UK, gambling sites have not been able to accept credit cards for deposits or withdrawals since April 2020.

10bet Withdrawal FAQs

The minimum you can withdraw by any means is £1. The maximum is £35,000 for debit cards and £50,000 for all other methods.

Withdrawals will be shown as pending until they have been reviewed and approved by 10bet.

Suppose your deposit method isn't available for withdrawal. In that case, 10bet will use a bank transfer to return your funds, and you will be prompted to enter bank details. If you have any issues with your withdrawal, contact 10bet customer services for more assistance.

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Last Updated: 22 July 2022, Published: 22 July 2022