Bet365 withdrawal methods are many and varied. Whether you prefer debit card, credit, ewallets or bank transfer or some other form of banking, bet365 withdrawal provides you a number of alternatives. Since the list is so long it doesn't really make sense to have them all here, you should rather check out the withdrawal options directly on the bet365 website and get the correct information first hand.
Bet365 withdrawal methods are listed with every option clearly presented. As a punter who is looking to make consistent profits, seeing my preferred option listed among the bet365 withdrawal methods was a relief. I am confident that whichever is your preferred option, you'll find it listed among bet365 withdrawal methods.
An important aspect of betting with a bookmaker for me is the range of withdrawal methods available. I was keen to see what bet365 had available in terms of withdrawal methods and I have to be honest, I was quite impressed at the range of withdrawal options available. Many bookmakers offer a limited range of withdrawal options, but not bet365. Another thing I liked about bet365 withdrawal is the feeling of safety I have with them. I know bet365 is a well-respected bookmaker with a tradition not to be messed with and I can feel secure using my credit card on their website.
In my experience, using my credit card to both deposit and withdraw my bet365 funds, it took one to two days for my funds to land in my bank account. However, that might be so fast for me because my card was issued in the United Kingdom. For card issued elsewhere, it may take more for your funds to be available to you. On the other hand, I was told that e-wallet withdrawals take even less, but you can read that yourself if you visit bet365 site.
To withdraw funds from my bet365 directly to my debit or credit card, I clicked on the menu and chose withdraw from the options available. I selected the amount I wanted to withdraw from my account and clicked to process. Of course, all of that was possible only after I have verified my identity and account. You can read more about the process of verification in this review.