How to Withdraw from BoyleSports: How Long Does It Take in 2022

BoyleSports Withdrawal methods 

BoyleSports prides itself on being Ireland's largest independent bookmaker. Founded in 1982 the business founded by John Boyle is massively popular in Ireland and recently moved into the UK betting market. With their large widespread success it is no surprise the variety of quality transfer options available to you. Not only is there the minimum you would expect (Mastercard and Visa debit), but also the internationally famous and well known PayPal alongside Skrill, paysafecard, and Neteller. You can even pay into your account using your mobile phone bill with Boku, however you can not withdraw with this method. How to withdraw is simple, and we cover that with a step by step guide later in this article.

BoyleSports Withdrawal Options and limits

Withdrawal Method


Processing time

Min limit

Max limit*

Debit Card

(Visa or Mastercard)


3-5 days



PayPal Free

24 hours

£5 N/A



24 hours





24 hours





24 hours



Apple Pay Free

2-12 hours



*There does not appear to be a maximum withdrawal limit set by BoyleSports and it is likely that any limit you do encounter is being set by your bank.

BoyleSports Withdrawal Methods – Debit Card

BoyleSports accept Visa, Mastercard, and Electron debit cards. As is standard across the industry they will only accept cards that are registered in the BoyleSports account holder's name. Payments taken from and paid back to the card are always free of charge if the balance has been turned over at least once.

BoyleSports Withdrawal Method – Neteller

Neteller is an eWallet popular throughout the gambling industry. It supports deposits from credit or debit card, bank wire, international and local bank transfers. Deposits from Neteller are instantly credited to your Boylesports account and withdrawals are processed within 24 hours.

BoyleSports Withdrawal Method – Skrill

Skrill (Moneybookers) is one of Europe's largest E-wallets with millions of satisfied customers. They support deposits from credit or debit card, local electronic funds transfer and bank wire. There is no need to pre-register or pre-fund your Skrill account you just simply follow the on-screen instructions. Deposits from Skrill (Moneybookers) are instantly credited to your BoyleSports account and withdrawals are processed within 24 hours.

BoyleSports Withdrawal Method – PayPal

PayPal describes itself as “the safer, simpler, smarter way to pay”. Signing up for a PayPal account is quick and easy if you do not already have one from using Ebay before. You can fund PayPal with your debit card or bank account. (Note that if you have used your credit card to fund PayPal in the past it is possible that when you try to transfer money to BoyleSports it may be declined). Deposits from PayPal are instantly credited to your BoyleSports account and how long a withdrawal will take varies but will be around 24 hours.

BoyleSports Alternative Withdrawal Methods

Apple Pay is a relatively new mobile payment and digital wallet service as the name suggests brought to you by Apple Inc. It allows you to make payments from any Apple device, namely the iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac. The withdrawal time using Apple Pay is a little quicker than most other available methods.

How Long Does A BoyleSports Withdrawal Take?

Withdrawals take varying amounts of time depending on the method you use. With BoyleSports using a debit card will take approximately 3-5 days to receive your money however any other method such as Paypal,paysafecard, Skrill or Neteller all take up to 24 hours. It can take longer if you have not met all of the payout rules and BoyleSports require you to either do something with your money or provide more identification.

Step by Step Guide

How to make a BoyleSports Deposit

  1. Login to your Boylesports account and navigate to the my account section in the top right corner.
  2. Select banking and then deposit.
  3. Enter all required info as well as the amount you wish to deposit and click confirm deposit.

How to do a BoyleSports Withdrawal 

  1. Login to your Boylesports account and then locate the “My account” section in the top right hand corner.
  2. Select banking and then withdraw 
  3. Enter any required information (this depends on the method you wish to withdraw with) as well as the amount you want to withdraw and complete your withdrawal

Frequently Asked Questions

How to view my withdrawal history?

To view your withdrawal history login to your boylesport account and navigate across to the my account section in the top right of the page. After selecting this locate the banking tab and then the transactions. After selecting this use the drop down menu to choose deposit and withdraw. By default it will show you all of today's withdrawals however this can be changed in the drop down menu to the right.

What is the Minimum deposit and withdrawal amounts?

The minimum amount which you can deposit is for the majority of methods just £5. If you want to withdraw funds then this is the same. If your balance is less than the £5 limit and you wish to withdraw this can be arranged via bank transfer as a one off event should you be in the process of closing your account.

How can I cancel a withdrawal?

Cancelling a withdrawal is not possible, even whilst it is still pending waiting to be paid. This is standard policy with all betting sites.

I am having problems with my withdrawal, what can I do?

If you are having problems with your withdrawal, for example there has been a longer than usual payout time go by, use the help tab in the top right corner. First check the FAQ,s and see if your problem is stated there. If so then go through the advised steps to solve your problem. If your problem isn’t stated on the FAQ page then contacting BoyleSports via Email, or using the live chat or phone number to call are all viable options and will hopefully be an effective way to solve your problem. You are better off contacting them proactively rather than waiting for them to contact you.

Is PayPal accepted?

BoyleSports accepts PayPal as both a deposit and withdrawal method.

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Andy Heaford
Andy Heaford
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