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Unibet Withdrawal Times and Methods - Payment Options for 2022

Last Updated: 25 May 2022, Author: AceOdds.com

Funds reach your account in 12 hours with PayPal, Skrill and Neteller, or 3 - 5 working days via Bank Transfer. Minimum withdrawal limit of £10, with no fees.

If Unibet’s promo code offer led to you claiming a win, you will need to decide what to do with your winnings. It’s worth noting that some Unibet promotions have minimum play terms, requiring you to bet again before you can withdraw, so ensure you’re aware of the terms and conditions. If you have Bet Credits in your Unibet account, you must wager them as they cannot be withdrawn as cash.

How you deposit funds will affect your withdrawal options. Not all deposit methods are accepted withdrawal methods, so read our article on how to deposit funds into your Unibet account because you’ll want to keep in mind the closed-loop policy. The closed-loop policy is a stipulated regulation, forcing you to withdraw funds via the method you deposited them to at least the value of that deposit. For example, if you deposited £90 via Debit Card and won £850, you’d have to withdraw at least £90 back to your Debit Card account before attempting to withdraw the rest by any other method.

Sort by:
Method Processing Time Min Max Fee
Bank Transfer
Bank Transfer
3 - 5 Banking Day(s) £10.00 - Free
Direct Banking
Direct Banking
3 - 5 Banking Day(s) £10.00 £100,000 Free
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Electron
1 - 3 Banking Day(s) £15.00 - Free
e-wallet
e-wallet
Instant - 12 Hour(s) £10.00 - Free
Trustly
Trustly
Instant - 24 Hour(s) £5.00 £50,000 Free

Bank Transfer

3 - 5 days for funds to clear with a minimum withdrawal of £10 and a maximum of £100,000.

Unibet does not charge any transaction fees for withdrawing funds via Bank Transfer, and it's unlikely that your bank will either. You must make withdrawals to a bank account registered in your name. Withdrawing to another person's account, even a spouse, isn't an option.

Where we would typically state the closed-loop policy, there are some deposit methods (such as Apple Pay) that aren't accepted withdrawal methods. In most cases, you'll be required to make a Bank Transfer instead.

Trustly

Withdraw a minimum of £5 and a maximum of £50,000 and have funds in your account in just a few minutes.

Trustly is very similar to a Bank Transfer, but instead of going from Unibet to your bank account, it goes via Trustly, making the process almost instantaneous. However, it could take up to 24 hours for your withdrawal to make it to your account.

There are no fees associated with the transaction, and if you used a method to deposit that isn't an approved withdrawal method, this could be an option for you. However, at some point, you will have had to have deposited via Trustly to withdraw with them, and the receiving account must be in the same name as that registered with Unibet.

Debit Cards

Withdraw a minimum of £15 in 1 - 3 days with no maximum limit set.

Available with Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard and Maestro, there are no fundamental limitations with the Debit Card withdrawal method. As long as there's been a successful deposit made using the card you wish to withdraw to and the closed-loop policy is adhered to, you'll have no problems. 

Withdrawals to your Debit Card can take 1-3 banking days to reach your account, similar to other online platforms.

eWallet

Withdraw a minimum of £10 and have your money in your account in up to 12 hours. No maximum stipulated.

By far the speediest withdrawal method Unibet offers, there's also no set withdrawal limit for your eWallet withdrawal. The only stipulation is that you have already deposited funds using the eWallet you intend to use to withdraw.

As with the other withdrawal methods, no fees are imposed by Unibet when you make your withdrawal.

How to Withdraw Funds

Unibet Account Balance
Viewing your Unibet Account Balance

If, unlike us, you have withdrawable funds in your Unibet account, there will be an amount listed in your Main Balance. Click on the balance to navigate to your bank page and start the withdrawal process.

Unibet Withdrawal Option
Selecting a Unibet Withdrawal Option

As long as the balance meets the minimum withdrawal amount of £5, £10 or £15, the available methods will be highlighted. You'll be able to select which method you wish to use to withdraw your funds.

Only those methods used to deposit funds will be available withdrawal methods. This isn't just about invoking the closed-loop policy. You must first use a method for depositing funds before you can use it to withdraw.

Unavailable Withdrawal Methods

As you'll see, not all of the methods available for depositing funds into your Unibet account are also approved withdrawal methods. Since you must first deposit funds via a method before withdrawing, Rapid Transfer, Much Better, and Google Pay still cannot be used to withdraw funds.

  • Paysafecard - Although you can deposit funds via your Paysafecard, you can't withdraw to it and need to use another method. As such, you need to have deposited funds via an alternative way so that you're able to withdraw your funds.
  • Apple Pay - Also an approved deposit method, you can't use Apple Pay to withdraw funds from your Unibet account. If you use Unibet on the go, then perhaps PayPal is a good alternative. Just make sure you've used it to add funds first.
  • Credit Cards - In line with all other online gambling platforms and official regulations, Unibet does not accept Credit Cards as a payment method for depositing funds into your account.

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, look at the promotions Unibet is running to make your money go further.

Any balance listed as credit cannot be withdrawn unless converted to winnings after a successful wager.

Unibet Withdrawals FAQs

Due to regulations, Unibet cannot cancel withdrawals once requested.

Funds leave your Unibet account as soon as you request a withdrawal and the transfer times are dependent on the method used.

Not with Trustly, which will provide funds in your account in up to 12 hours, but all other withdrawal methods are based on banking days.

The lowest withdrawal amount is £5 via Trustly.

With Debit Card and Bank Transfers, you should withdraw a maximum of £100,000. However, no limit is stipulated with eWallet withdrawals.

Trustly can have funds in your account instantly, but only if you’ve first used them to deposit funds.

Unibet doesn’t charge fees for any of the withdrawal methods.

Always double-check that the withdrawal is listed before contacting Unibet. However, if it’s been longer than five days, you can email Unibet, and they’ll investigate.

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Last Updated: 25 May 2022, Published: 25 May 2022