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NetBet Withdrawal Time UK - How long does it take?

Last Updated: 26 July 2022, Author:

Withdrawals from NetBet can take up to 5 working days for all withdrawal methods.

If you've taken advantage of a NetBet sign up bonus and have a profit on your account to withdraw, you'll need to know what options are available.

Thanks to the closed-loop policy, NetBet will automatically withdraw your winnings to the same method you used to deposit. If you haven't made a deposit in the last 6 months or your payment method has expired, you will either need to use a Bank Transfer or make a new deposit and then withdraw your funds back to the new deposit method.

NetBet asks that you allow up to 5 working days for all withdrawals to be processed, so the method you used to deposit is, in theory, not as important. It may be, however, that methods with longer transfer times in general, such as Bank Transfer, may still take longer than instant payment methods such as PayPal.

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Method Processing Time Min Max Fee
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Up to 5 Banking Days £10.00 £35,000 Free
Up to 5 Banking Days £10.00 £5,000 Free
Up to 5 Banking Days £10.00 £35,000 Free
Up to 5 Banking Days £10.00 £200 Free
Up to 5 Banking Days £10.00 £10,000 Free
Bank Transfer
Bank Transfer
Up to 5 Banking Days £10.00 £40,000 Free

Debit Card

Withdraw up to £35,000 with a card linked to your NetBet account.

Where the withdrawal options differ with NetBet is not their processing times, which are 5 working days for all, but their withdrawal limits.

If you are expecting (or hoping) to win big, then a debit card is a good choice as you can withdraw up to £35,000. Only bank transfer has a higher upper limit. You must have used a debit card to deposit before withdrawing to it.


A maximum withdrawal of £5,000 applies to PayPal transactions.

If you deposited using a PayPal account, then the maximum you can withdraw in one transaction is £5,000.

At most bookmakers, e-wallets, such as PayPal, offer a faster withdrawal time, but NetBet still asks you to allow up to 5 working days for processing.


Use an online Paysafecard account to withdraw up to £35,000.

Paysafecard offers a method of depositing funds that allows you to use cash to buy a card. However, if you wish to withdraw your funds this way, you will need to enter the details of an online Paysafecard account to return the money.


Withdraw up to £200 to an ecoPayz account.

ecoPayz has the lowest withdrawal limit of all the payment methods at just £200. You must have deposited with your ecoPayz wallet before choosing it as a withdrawal option.


Withdraw £10 to £10,000 to your bank using Trustly.

If you added funds directly from your bank account using Trustly, you can withdraw funds the same way.

The maximum withdrawal limit is lower than a regular bank transfer, but you can still withdraw up to £10,000.

Bank Transfer

Withdraw up to £40,000 using Bank Transfer.

If your existing payment method has expired or is not available for withdrawals for any other reason, then Bank Transfer is available as a secure backup option.

The maximum withdrawal for Bank transfers is also the highest at £40,000, but you can still withdraw as little as £10 using this method. NetBet ask you to provide a full bank statement from your bank to ensure your request is processed quickly.

How to Withdraw Your Funds

You can access your account page in 2 ways. Either click your username in the menu bar and select My Account from the pop-up window or click the Deposit button.

You will then see your withdrawal options in the left-hand menu, as shown below.

NetBet withdrawal options
Viewing your Withdrawal Options at NetBet from the Deposit page

If you have already made a withdrawal, then selecting Pending Withdrawals will allow you to view withdrawals in progress.

To start a new withdrawal, click Withdraw to open the withdrawal screen.

NetBet withdrawal screen
Entering your Withdrawal Details at NetBet

A drop-down at the top of the screen will allow you to select from your available withdrawal methods.

Before clicking the Withdraw button, you must enter the amount you want to withdraw and your NetBet password.

Unavailable Withdrawal Methods

When withdrawing your funds from NetBet, it also pays to be aware of the methods you can't use. Some of these are available as deposit methods, so you will need to use a bank transfer to withdraw, while others are not available at all.

  • CashtoCode - You can use CashtoCode to add cash funds to your NetBet account, but when it comes to withdrawing any winnings, you will need to provide your bank account details.
  • Boku - The Boku mobile payment provider is a convenient way to deposit small amounts to your NetBet account, but should you make a profit, you will need to withdraw by alternative means.
  • Alternative e-wallets - NetBet allows both deposits and withdrawals using PayPal and ecoPayz, as well as an online Paysafecard account. Despite being popular elsewhere, you cannot use Neteller or Skrill.
  • Credit Cards - Credit Card payments or withdrawals are not available on online gambling platforms in the UK. They can be used in countries such as the US or Australia.

NetBet Withdrawal FAQs

If you request a withdrawal and there is a problem, an error message should appear telling you why. One possible reason is if there is a bonus active on your account. A warning appears on the withdrawal page that any bonus funds will be forfeited if you have not completed the wagering requirements before withdrawing.

When a withdrawal has been marked as processed, it has been approved by NetBet. There may still be additional processing time by your payment provider.

If you have not made a deposit using the card in the previous 6 months or the card has expired, you will be unable to withdraw. You can request your funds using a bank transfer or make a further deposit with a new card or payment method and then withdraw that way.

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Last Updated: 26 July 2022, Published: 26 July 2022