Ladbrokes Withdrawal Times

Ladbrokes Withdrawal Time for UK Payment Methods 2022

Last Updated: 27 September 2022, Author: AceOdds.com

The Ladbrokes withdrawal time ranges from instant with Ladbrokes Grid up to 4 Banking Days with a wire transfer.

Ladbrokes offers all of the most frequently used payment methods to withdraw your winnings from your account. You can use any debit card, including debit cards linked to Apple Pay for iOS users and PayPal e-wallet. Your withdrawal method will usually be one you have already used to deposit, you can see the deposit options here. The reason for this is the closed-loop policy which regulates deposits and withdrawals to prevent fraud. You can read more about it in our article on closed-loop regulations.

Ladbrokes' withdrawal times vary, up to 4 banking days in some instances, depending on your bank. You can access your winnings faster with PayPal or Visa Fast Funds, which take a maximum of 8 hours. You can access your funds immediately from a Ladbrokes shop using Ladbrokes Grid.

Some sign up bonuses may come with rollover requirements, and while these are active, you may not be able to withdraw funds from your account.

Sort by:
Method Processing Time Min Max Fee
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
1 - 3 Banking Days £5.00 - Free
Visa Fast Funds
Visa Fast Funds
Up to 4 Hours £5.00 - Free
PayPal
PayPal
Up to 8 Hours £5.00 - Free
Bank Transfer
Bank Transfer
2 - 4 Banking Days £5.00 - Free
Ladbrokes Grid
Ladbrokes Grid
Instant £0.01 - Free
Apple Pay
Apple Pay
1 - 3 Banking Days £5.00 - Free
Accepted Currencies:

Debit Card

Debit Card withdrawals time is 1-3 banking days.

Your bank processes debit card withdrawals, so the estimated time of 1-3 banking days can vary if your bank has longer processing times.

Ladbrokes accept Visa, Maestro and Mastercard debit cards for a minimum withdrawal of £5. Cards must be registered in the name of the account holder.

Visa Fast Funds

Most major UK banks offer Visa Fast Funds.

Visa Fast Funds is a service available from most major UK banks that means you can access your funds within 4 hours, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Fast Funds will be available automatically. If your card is eligible, you will see the option on your withdrawal form.

PayPal

PayPal withdrawals will be available within 8 hours.

You can withdraw your funds faster by using your existing PayPal account. Withdrawals to PayPal will be processed within 8 hours.

To withdraw to PayPal you will need to have made a successful deposit with your PayPal wallet in the previous 6 months.

Paysafecard

Access your funds in your Paysafecard account within 8 hours.

If you have made a deposit using a Paysafecard account then you can withdraw to the same account. As with PayPal, funds should be in your account within 8 hours, once internal checks have been completed.

Bank Transfer

Bank Transfers take 2-4 banking days.

You can transfer your Ladbrokes balance directly to your Bank Account in 2-4 banking days. Processing times for this method are dependent on your bank, so it may take up to 5 banking days.

The minimum you can transfer is £5 using Bank Transfer.

Ladbrokes Grid

Access your funds immediately by visiting a Ladbrokes shop.

Ladbrokes Grid allows you to withdraw amounts as low as 1p, by visiting a Ladbrokes shop with your Grid card.

You can also use your Grid card to accumulate points when you bet or play machines in a shop.

Apple Pay

Apple Pay withdrawals take 1-3 banking days.

Ladbrokes customers using iOS can use Apple Pay to withdraw their funds back to the debit card registered to their Apple Wallet. Credit card transactions are not permitted.

You can add up to 8 cards to your Apple Pay wallet. If you have used Apple Pay to deposit, your withdrawal will be processed in 1-3 banking days.

How to Withdraw from Ladbrokes

Once you are logged into your account, you can withdraw your balance from Ladbrokes by clicking on the account icon in the top menuIn the drop-down navigation menu, you will see the Withdraw option. 

Ladbrokes Withdrawal Menu
The Ladbrokes Account Menu

On the next screen, you will be presented with all the withdrawal methods currently available to you. Select your withdrawal method and any additional details, enter the amount you wish to withdraw and click the Withdraw button to complete the transaction.

Ladbrokes Withdrawal Options
Ladbrokes withdrawal options screen

Your withdrawal method will be a method you have already used to make a deposit, bank transfer or Ladbrokes Grid. If you would like to withdraw an amount smaller than £5 you will need to contact Customer Services.

Unavailable Withdrawal Methods

  • eWallets (other than PayPal) - Neteller, Skrill, Much Better and Rapid Transfer aren't available at all from Ladbrokes, despite being popular with gamblers and available from sites such as Paddy Power.
  • Google Pay - Although Ladbrokes accept Apple Pay as a deposit and withdrawal method, Android users will be disappointed to find its equivalent Google Pay is unavailable.
  • Credit Cards - UK gambling regulations do not permit the use of Credit Cards. You can use a credit card to deposit in other countries such as India and the US.

Change History

  • 13th September 2022 - Added Paysafecard as a withdrawal method. Previously Ladbrokes accepted Paysafecard vouchers and it was not available to withdraw, they now only accept payments through a Paysafecard account and therefore withdraw to the same method.

Ladbrokes Withdrawal FAQs

The option to cancel or modify a requested withdrawal is no longer available to UK customers. Customers in other countries may be able to modify requests that are still shown as pending.

You can check the current status of all withdrawals, as well as your withdrawal history by visiting the cashier and viewing your Payment History.

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Last Updated: 27 September 2022, Published: 26 April 2022