Minimum withdrawal at Unibet: £10.
Maximum withdrawal at Unibet: VISA, Neteller and Skrill – £9000.
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- E-wallet: 24 – 48 hours
- Credit- / Debit cards: 3 – 10 days
- Bank transfer: 3 – 10 days
- Bank check: No available option
Cash outs on weekends: No
Manual flushing: No
Cancel payment: Yes, within 5 hours
Withdrawal methods at Unibet:
Neteller, Skrill and direct bank transfers.
You can’t make withdrawals with MasterCard, only deposits. The payouts can also be made to an account at Neteller or Skrill, and through transfers direct to bank accounts. Unibet does not charge for the transaction. If you have problems with withdrawals at Unibet, you can read more here about regular withdrawal problems.
About withdrawal methods at Unibet
Making deposits and withdrawals smooth and problem free is the oil in the casino machinery. If this becomes a point of irritation, then much fun is lost. Therefore, when you choose a gaming site, you should always examine the protocols and understand why they are in place. What is important to know is that the casino usually doesn’t make the payout itself; payment providers are used. One such provider is VISA, which is connected to banks around the world, but PSPs (Payment Service Providers) have also started to pop up, such as Neteller and Skrill. It is the payment provider and associated banks, not Unibet, that in most cases are responsible for deciding the payment timeframe, which can be anywhere from 1 to 5 days.
Flexibility is important when one is choosing the method, and here the VISA Card, of course, holds an advantage, as most people already use their VISA Card in real stores and online. The payouts move into the same account (the one connected to the card) that the deposits are made from. What seems like smooth to one person might, however, seem complicated for another. Neteller and Skrill offer prepaid virtual MasterCards and can also do transfers.
Unibet doesn’t use Trustly for transfers directly to bank accounts, which a lot of casinos do. Therefore, you have to register your bank details at Unibet if you wish to do a transfer. When Trustly is used as a middleman, your bank information remains invisible to the casino. It is of course up to each and everyone to decide whether or not it is a problem to share their information.
Unibet belongs to casinos that do not charge any fee to payout money to their players. It is possible, though, that the payment provider will. You should check what the process is before you decide to go with a payment method. It is generally recommended that you use the same method for deposits as for payouts. One should, however, always check for fees that can be either preset or percentage-based. Unibet normally doesn’t ask for any specific documentation from their players in order to do a payout. Although, there can be exceptions when it comes to very large amounts, in order to protect the player from the dangers of fraud, etc.