Withdraw Money

If you open your ‘My Account’ page while logged in and select ‘Withdrawal’, you’ll see an overview on how to withdraw money to your nominated bank account. You'll also see the minimum and maximum limits.

We may need to see personal documents before we can process a large withdrawal. This is to comply with various legal, security and regulatory rules.

Why hasn't my withdrawal arrived yet?

On the ‘Withdrawal’ page you can see how long each type of withdrawal will take to reach your account. A bank transfer can take 3-10 working days to process.

If after the given period of time your money still hasn’t arrived, contact us and we’ll investigate. Remember weekends and public holidays are not counted as working days.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will a withdrawal to my bank account take?

If your account is financially verified, withdrawals processed before 3.30pm (AEST) Monday to Friday should show in your bank account the following morning. Withdrawals processed between 3.30pm Friday...

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Where is my withdrawal?

Remember that bank transfers can take up to three working days, and withdrawals to credit/debit cards up to five working days. If your withdrawal still hasn't arrived after this time (don't count...

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Can I deposit or withdraw money using a payment method not in my name?

No. You can only deposit to your Unibet account using a payment method in your name, and you can only withdraw money to an account or card in your name. You can't deposit to a friend's Unibet account,...

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Can I cancel my withdrawal?

If you wish, you may reverse your withdrawal as long as it has not yet been processed by our team. Just select ‘My Withdrawals’ in your Account History.

Can I withdraw to my credit card?

Yes. Credit and debit card withdrawals are only possible to Visa cards issued in your own name.

What is a BSB or SWIFT code?

A SWIFT code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes and it is a unique identification code for a particular bank. The BSB Code is a combination of your bank and branch code, a 3 digit bank code...

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