Paddy Power Withdrawal Times

Paddy Power Withdrawal Time - Payment Options for 2022

Last Updated: 13 September 2022, Author:

The Paddy Power withdrawal time can range from instant (Rapid Transfer and Play Card) to 24 hours (PayPal, Skrill, Neteller) or 1-5 banking days (Debit, Visa, MasterCard and Apple Pay).

If you got lucky with Paddy Power’s new customer signup offer or won big via one of their promotions, you’re going to want to put that money back into your pocket. As long as your Paddy Power balance isn’t made up entirely of Bet Credits, there’s no issue with making a withdrawal.

When you make a deposit you need to think about which method you plan to use to withdraw your money because there are limitations and sometimes delays. For example, you may have used your debit card to add funds to your Paddy Power account instantly, but you could be waiting up to 5 days for it to find its way into your account.

If you need your cash fast, e-wallets are the way to go. Neteller, PayPal and Skrill will give you your money in 4 - 24 hours, with Rapid Transfer offering the only option for immediate withdrawal. 

Although many withdrawal methods are available, you may not have the option to pick and choose because of Paddy Power’s closed-loop policy. This regulation means that you must withdraw winnings to the same payment method used to deposit funds to an amount that at least covers the value of the deposit.

Sort by:
Method Processing Time Min Max Fee
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
2 - 3 Banking Days £0.01 - Free
Visa Fast Funds Visa Fast Funds
Visa Fast Funds
Up to 2 Hours £0.00 - Free
Cash Cash
Instant £10.00 - Free
PayPal PayPal
1 - 4 Hours £1.00 - Free
Skrill Skrill
1 - 4 Hours £1.00 - Free
1 - 4 Hours £1.00 - Free
Bank Transfer Bank Transfer
Bank Transfer
1 - 5 Banking Days £10.00 - Free
Apple Pay Apple Pay
Apple Pay
2 - 3 Banking Days £0.01 - Free
Rapid Transfer Rapid Transfer
Rapid Transfer
Instant £0.01 - Free
Instant Transfer Instant Transfer
Instant Transfer
Instant - - Free
Accepted Currencies:

Visa and Mastercard Debit Card

Funds could hit your account immediately or potentially take up to 5 days. Withdraw as little as 1p and a maximum of £10,000.

Although your money can be in your account at the click of the button, it’s all down to the banks and could take up to 5 business days. However, 2 - 3 days is a more common UK lead time. Once cleared, the transaction will appear on your statement as PP Online.

Visa Fast Funds

Receive your funds in under 2 hours with a compatible Visa card.

Visa debit or pre-paid cards, including linked to Apple Pay, could receive their funds in under 2 hours if they are compatible with Visa Fast Funds.


Funds on your Play Card and CashCard+ instantly! Withdraw up to £2000 on your Play Card per day. Spend your CashCard+ funds online.

Although listed in Paddy Power’s deposit method as cash, this section refers to the Paddy Power Play and CashCard+ powered by Mastercard. The Play Card functions as a Debit Card, allowing you to withdraw cash from an ATM. The CashCard+ is a prepaid card. Any funds on that card can be used to make purchases but cannot be withdrawn as cash.


Withdraw from £1 to £5000 and get your money in 4 - 24 hours.

Although Paddy Power operates a high deposit limit for PayPal, the withdrawal limit is at the lower end of the scale, capped at £5000. Like the other e-wallets, you can expect to receive your money in up to 24 hours. However, unless you make your withdrawal request during a busy time, it’s more likely that you’ll receive your funds in around 4 hours.


Money in your account in 4 - 24 hours with a minimum withdrawal amount of £1 and maximum withdrawal of £5000.

If you deposited funds from your Skrill e-wallet, Paddy Power will select that as your withdrawal method. Just make sure you’ve disabled your popup blocker to avoid any issues with being redirected to your Skrill account.

Though usually a speedy withdrawal method, it can take up to 24 hours for funds to be in your account during busier periods.


Withdraw a minimum of £1 and have funds in your account within 24 hours. Transaction withdrawal limit of £5000.

As with all payment methods, if you deposited funds via Neteller, Paddy Power will select it as your withdrawal method, to at least the value of the deposit made. You may have to wait up to 24 hours for your funds to clear during busier times.

Bank Transfer

Withdraw a minimum of £10 and a maximum of £10,000 with funds reaching your account in 1 - 5 days.

Though often the preferred method for moving more considerable amounts of money, with Paddy Power, the bank transfer withdrawal limit is set at £10,000. This is the same limit set for Debit Card withdrawals. However, depending on weekends and bank holidays, you’ll be waiting longer for your money, potentially up to 5 days.

As per the closed-loop policy, you may be forced to wait for your money if you made your initial deposit via Bank Transfer. Something to think about when you’re depositing your funds.

Apple Pay

Instantly withdraw as little as 1p.

Your Apple Pay account will be linked to a specific payment card; as such, your money will be transferred back to that card via Apple. Although the Debit Card withdrawal limit is capped at £10,000, as a ‘middle man,' it’s possible that Apple Pay will operate a lower maximum transfer amount.

Rapid Transfer

Money in your account immediately! Withdraw as little as 1p.

By far the speediest way to withdraw your money - but only if you deposited funds this way (never forget about Paddy Power's closed-loop policy). This service lives up to its name, giving you instant access to your money.

Instant Bank Transfer

Use Instant Banking to get your money instantly with no limits.

Instant Bank Transfer is a payment method powered by Open Banking. It is more secure than card payment and instantly allows you to withdraw funds directly to your bank account.

For withdrawals, there are no maximum or minimum limits.

How to Withdraw Funds

Head into your My Account section and click on Withdraw Funds.

paddy power withdrawals
Paddy Power Withdrawals page

You’ll be able to see exactly what’s in your account. The total balance will show you how much you have to spend with Paddy Power but not how much you can withdraw. 

As you can see, there are two sections; one is a Cash Balance which might be spread across your Main Wallet and your Poker Wallet (if you use this). The other part of your balance comprises any bonuses you’ve accumulated. Although any value here will make up the total balance, it can only be used to place more bets on Paddy Power and cannot be withdrawn.

Once you’ve decided how much you plan to withdraw, click on the Withdraw Funds icon.

paddy power change withdrawal method
How to change your Paddy Power withdrawal method

Just like when you’re depositing funds into your Paddy Power account, the withdrawal process will default to your registered Debit Card and will also give you the option to apply for the CashCard+.

To withdraw via any other method, click on the Alternative Method icon and select your withdrawal method, keeping the closed-loop policy in mind.

Always Bet Responsibly

If you’ve got winnings in withdrawable cash, you may be tempted to put it back in the pot and place more bets. If you’re going to do this, be sure to look at the promotions Paddy Power is running to make your money go further.

Did you set up a deposit limit when you created your account? If so, you should remember why you chose to set that limit in the first place and question whether you should spend above that limit just because the balance is sitting in your account.

Use Paddy Power’s Budget Calculator to work out your finances to decide if re-betting or withdrawing your balance is the best choice.

Unavailable Withdrawal Methods

Paddy Power has quite an extensive offering of deposit and withdrawal methods, but there are some methods that you cannot use that might be available elsewhere.

  • Paysafecard - Paddy Power offer Paysafecard as a deposit method, but unlike William Hill, you cannot use a Paysafe account to withdraw your winnings. You will instead be prompted to use a bank transfer.
  • Google Pay - Paddy Power accepts Apple Pay for both deposits and withdrawals, but Android users cannot use the equivalent Google Pay.
  • Credit Cards - Since April 2020, Credit Cards have not been available to use on online gambling platforms in the UK due to official regulations. They can be used in countries such as the US or Australia.

Change History

  • 13th September 2022 - Added Instant Bank Transfer as a withdrawal method. Paddy Power sets no maximum, or minimum limits for instant withdrawal with Open Banking and funds transfer instantly, even at weekends.

Paddy Power Withdrawals FAQ

You can cancel a card withdrawal made before 8 pm GMT as long as you do it before midnight on the same day.

Funds leave your Paddy Power account as soon as you request a withdrawal. Please see the information in this article to see how long the transfer time is for your chosen withdrawal method.

Unless you’re using Rapid Transfer or an e-wallet, transfer times are based on business days. Weekends and bank holidays are not classed as business days.

You can withdraw as little as 1p with Rapid Transfer and Debit Card withdrawals.

£10,000 is the largest withdrawal amount via Debit Card or Bank Transfer.

Rapid Transfer moves funds instantly, as do the Paddy Power payment cards: Play Card and CashCard+.

Paddy Power does not charge any fees for withdrawing your funds.

If your money hasn’t appeared in your account after five working days, you should contact Paddy Power Customer Support.

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Last Updated: 13 September 2022