How to Withdraw from Bet-at-home: How Long Does It Take in 2024

Bet-at-home Withdrawal methods

Bet-at-home is a highly popular European online betting site and as such there is a wide array of payment methods allowing you to quickly and easily withdraw or deposit in the most convenient way for you. From the usual Visa and Mastercard to the more popular E-wallet options such as Skrill, Trustly and Neteller as well as Paysafecard. No matter what you want you are covered.

Bet-at-home Withdrawal Options and Limits

Withdrawal Method


Processing time

Min limit

Max limit

Debit Card

(Visa or Mastercard)


Up to three working days



Trustly Free**

Up to three working days

£10 N/A













3-5 working days



Online Bank Transfer Free**

Up to three working days

£0.01 ( 1 pence)


*2 free withdrawals per month all extra withdrawals are charged up to 5 Euros

**3 free withdrawals per month all extra withdrawals are charged up to 5 Euros

Bet-at-home Withdrawal Methods – Debit Card

Debit card is probably the most common of all the withdrawal methods available with Bet-at-home however in regards to your other options offers no distinct advantages. With a £25 minimum withdrawal and a £4250 maximum withdrawal limit multiple transactions would likely be required to get any large sum of money out of your account. This paired with potential three day processing time leaves Debit cards a potentially undesirable option for most average users. However if the parameters set fit all your needs and the potential three day wait isn't something that matters to you the no fee withdrawal may be something that appeals to you especially if you wish to make multiple withdrawals throughout the month. Even considering all of the information above, if Debit card still suits your needs then it is still a perfectly feasible method of withdrawal.

Bet-at-home Withdrawal Method – Neteller

Neteller, a popular E-wallet option provides some of the best options for withdrawing your money on Bet-at-home. With a high £8500 max withdrawal and a fairly low £10 minimum the potential withdrawal amounts are relatively big especially compared to others on this list. Pairing this with the overall lack of processing fee as well as almost immediate processing time Neteller really provides an excellent option for withdrawing your cash from Bet-at-home as well as being a trustworthy and well regarded company accepted by many other betting sites.

Bet-at-home Withdrawal Method – Skrill

Skrill, another popular E-wallet, is used by Bet-at-home and features a £10 minimum and £5100 maximum withdrawal limit. These are fairly average in comparison to other options available giving you a pretty inbetween option in comparison to other methods. However the two free monthly withdrawals followed by 5 euro (depending on currency of account) charge per each withdrawal means that Skrill may not be an optimal method to withdraw funds with if you are a user who wishes to make multiple withdrawals per month. It may struggle to be beneficial especially considering the high potential fee should many withdrawals need to be made leaving skrill a fairly poor choice for withdrawing from Bet-at-home.

Bet-at-home Withdrawal Method – Trustly

Withdrawing from Bet-at-home with trustly is one of the better choices for many people especially given the uncapped withdrawal limit and only £10 minimum withdrawal. Although there is a 3 withdrawal cap before the £5 euro (charge depends on the currency of the account) fee is applied the uncapped withdrawal amount means that this isn't something that will likely need to be worried about. Trustly does have up to a three day withdrawal time however the uncapped maximum withdrawal is a very attractive feature of trustly making it one of the better withdrawal options of the bunch.

Bet-At-Home - Alternative Methods

Bet-at-home offers two alternative methods of transferring money out of your account which are Paysafecard and Bank transfers. Paysafecard features a fairly average set of credentials in regards to other options available to you with a £10 minimum and £4250 maximum withdrawal. However no potential fees and immediate withdrawals are two very attractive options. Bank transfers offer the lowest available withdrawal option of any on this site with a 1 penny minimum withdrawal and uncapped max withdrawal. It is true that with a potential 3 day wait to withdraw your money and a small charge after your 3rd monthly withdrawal bank transfer is another good option to withdraw money from Bet-at-home.

How Long Does A Bet-at-home Withdrawal Take?

Bet at home withdrawals can take varying amounts of time to enter your account depending on the method you use, however with options like Skrill, Neteller and Paysafecard being immediate and other options such as Visa, Trustly and Bank transfers being up to 3 days the wait will never be very long for your funds to hit your account.

Step by Step Guide

How to do a Bet-at-home Deposit

  1.  Login to your Bet-at-home account and navigate to the green “Deposit now” button in the upper right hand side of the screen.
  2. Select one of the various deposit methods and enter the appropriate information as well as the amount you wish to deposit. (Please note that Credit cards are not a valid deposit method)

How to make a Bet-at-home Withdrawal 

  1. Login to your Bet-at-home account and navigate to the “MY ACCOUNT” menu in the top right corner.
  2. Select ”Withdrawal” from the drop down menu and select which method you wish to use to withdraw your funds.
  3. Enter the appropriate information and the withdrawal amount and wait for your cash to enter your account.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How long does it take to withdraw?

    Payout time will vary majorly depending on which way you are withdrawing your winnings, however with options like Skrill, Neteller and Paysafecard being immediate and other options such as Visa, Trustly and Bank transfers being up to three days you will never be waiting  too long to receive your money.

    How can I see the withdrawal history?

    To see your withdrawal history with Bet-at-home first log into  your account. Then navigate to the “My account” drop down menu and select manage account. From there navigate to the account activities tab on the left hand side and you will be able to view all recent transactions. As well as this you can use the drop down menu to specify which kind of transaction you wish to view as well as use the calendars to specify what dates you wish to view your transactions from.

    What is the Minimum deposit and withdrawal amounts?

    The minimum deposit or withdrawal amount with Bet-at-home varies a lot depending on which method you wish to use. Methods like Visa debit range from a £10 minimum deposit and £25 minimum withdrawal and methods like Paysafecard boast a substantially less £1 minimum deposit and £10 minimum withdrawal. The range between different methods is large so there are many options for you to use to transfer money.

    How to cancel a withdrawal?

    Cancelling a withdrawal is not possible at Bet-at-home (Which is standard across all bookies).

    What to do if you have problems?

    If you are having problems transferring money from Bet-at-home the first thing you should do is navigate to the Bet-at-home help line located at the bottom of the help tab page. There you will find the option to enter the FAQ area to see if your problem can be located there as well as a list of phone numbers and email addresses that you may wish to use to contact the Bet-at-home team should the problem persist. Furthermore it is always also a good idea to be checking that your account has been verified and authorised with appropriate ID and that any payout rules have been met

    Is PayPal accepted?

    Unfortunately paypal is not an accepted method to withdraw or deposit money with Bet-at-home however there are many other E-wallet options or even your standard debit cards are available so don't let this discourage you.

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Andy H
Andy H
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