Getting your prize money is almost as exciting as watching your favorite sports team or sportsman win a title. Now that you've gambled the right amount, taken the bonus risk, and built up a good account balance, it's time to cash out your winnings. Many new players have trouble getting their money out of Unibet as soon as possible.
Getting money out of Unibet is just as easy as putting money in. Here's how the withdrawal process is put together.
Unibet accepts the following ways of withdrawal:
|Payment Option||Maximum Limit||Minimum Limit||Processing Time||Transaction Fee|
|Bank Transfer||No Limit||€15.00||1 Hour||No Fee|
|PayPal||€13,000.00||€15.00||2 Hour||No Fee|
|PaySafe||No Limit||No Limit||Instant||No Fee|
|Visa Electron||€50,000||€15||1 Hour||No Fee|
|Trustly||€100,000||€10||1 Hour||No Fee|
|Neteller||€13,000||€15||1 Hour||No Fee|
|Webmoney||No Limit||No Limit||-||No Fee|
|Entropay||No Limit||€10||1 Hour||No Fee|
|Visa||€50,000||€15||1 Hour||No Fee|
|EcoPayz||€13,000||€15||1 Hour||No Fee|
|MasterCard||No Limit||€10||1 Hour||No Fee|
|Skrill||€13,000||€15||1 Hour||No Fee|
Bettors can withdraw their Unibet Sportsbook balance by doing the following steps.
After parent firm Kindred secured a license to conduct business in the Netherlands in May, Unibet launched in July. Kindred had stopped operating in the Netherlands before the market opened, joining several other operators that did the same to comply with Dutch government regulations.