The following Ladbrokes deposit guide will provide a full overview of Ladbrokes payment options, how to verify your account, how to withdraw and more. Ladbrokes is known as an innovative bookmaker in the Australian bookmaker industry as they provide unique promotions and bet types. They also have a wide range of deposit and withdrawal options for new customers. Ladbrokes are an approved betting operator for major sporting organisations in Australia, such as Cricket Australia. Furthermore, they sponsor a number of sporting teams and racing clubs around Australia.
Step by step guide to payment
In this section, we’ll provide you with full instructions on how to successfully make a Ladbrokes deposit or Ladbrokes withdrawal.
How to make a deposit
- Login to your Ladbrokes account
- In the top right section of the desktop website, click the green “Deposit Now” button. On the Ladbrokes mobile app, select the menu navigation icon in the top left corner and select deposit in the menu.
- Choose a Ladbrokes deposit option and follow the instructions.
For new Ladbrokes customers, you can enter a promo code during registration and you’ll receive a welcome bonus once the account is setup.
How to make a withdrawal
Below is a step by step guide for the Ladbrokes withdrawal process. A key step before withdrawing is making sure your account is verified with Ladbrokes first, otherwise you won’t be able to withdraw funds.
- Visit your Ladbrokes My Account page and select Withdraw in the left sidebar.
- Select a Withdraw option and follow the prompts.
Ladbrokes payment options
In this section, we’ll review all the Ladbrokes payment options for making a deposit into a Ladbrokes account. All payment options come with no payment fees and online options provide instant funding.
They currently provide a total of 8 deposit options on the desktop website, which includes: Credit/Debit Cards, Internet Banking, Bank Transfer, PayPal, Poli, Ladbrokes Card, Cash-In and Flexepin. On the Ladbrokes mobile app, they provide five options for a deposit: Credit Card, Ladbrokes Card, PayPal, Cash-In and Flexepin.
The Credit/Debit Cards option is our recommended option as it provides instant funding and no transaction limits. PayPal and POLi also provide instant funding but Ladbrokes have a $10,000 per transaction limit. A bank transfer will take 2-3 days to process, however if you’re a Major Bank customer (ANZ, Commonwealth Bank, NAB), the process only takes 1 hour. If you’re a Westpac customer, Ladbrokes makes it clear that they don’t support this bank for deposits.
Cash-In and Flexepin are both instant deposit methods but they contain high transaction limits of below $1000 for Cash-In and $500 for Flexepin.
|Payment method||Minimum deposit||Maximum deposit||Payment fee||Processing time|
|Bank Transfer||None||$100,000||$0||2-3 day deposit process (Major Banks – 1 hour)|
Ladbrokes currently provides three different methods for making a withdrawal from your account. All three methods are available on both the desktop website and mobile app.
The first is a Ladbrokes Card withdrawal which is basically a VISA card by Ladbrokes. This option has a $5,000 per transaction limit and the card balance is also limited at $5,000. Once your Ladbrokes account is verified, you can apply for a Ladbrokes Card and enjoy the benefits.
The next Ladbrokes withdraw option is PayPal and funds clear in 1 day into your PayPal account. This is the fastest method for making a Ladbrokes withdrawal. The last withdraw option is a bank transfer and the funds will clear within 1-3 days, depending on your bank. If you’re a customer of a major bank in Australia, the funds will clear in 1 day. While less-popular Australian banks will clear in 2-3 days.
|Withdrawal method||Minimum withdrawal||Maximum withdrawal||Payment fee||Processing time|
|Ladbrokes Card||Unsure||None||$0||1-3 days (Australia)|
|Bank Transfer||Unsure||$100,000||$0||2-3 days (Australia)|
1.Are payments secure at Ladbrokes?
The Ladbrokes website is secured using 2048-bit encryption, which protects your personal information and credit card details. The bottom of the website displays a Digicert EV SSL secure banner, which indicates their website has a security certificate installed.
2. Which currencies are available on the site?
For an Australian Ladbrokes account, the only currency available is Australian Dollars for a Ladbrokes deposit or withdraw.
3. How can I set a deposit limit?
Firstly, on the Ladbrokes desktop website head to my account section. Then in the left sidebar, select “Responsible Gambling” under the “Account & Settings” menu. Scroll to the section with Pre-Commitment instructions and select the “Pre-commitment Limit” link. On this page, you’ll be able to enter a deposit limit starting from $10 and per day, week or month.
4. What is the customer verification process?
Once you’ve registered as a Ladbrokes customer, you must verify your account in the Ladbrokes my account section. The account must be verified within 45 days of the register date or your account may be suspended
5. I haven’t received my withdrawal yet, what should I do?
In this case, please get in touch with Ladbrokes and provide the customer service team with the withdrawal date, withdrawal amount and the withdraw option you selected.
6. Can I cancel a withdrawal?
If you would like to cancel a Ladbrokes withdrawal, it’s best to contact Ladbrokes immediately with your request.
Ladbrokes Customer Service
Ladbrokes has offices in three Australian locations: Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney. As a result, they have a wide range of customer service options for their customers.
They have a dedicated customer support line on 1300 Ladbrokes. While for 24/7 live betting, Ladbrokes provide an 1800 number for placing live bets. For an Australian bookmaker, they provide excellent opening hours as they can be contacted on the weekends and after-hours. In addition, Ladbrokes have a live-chat option for sorting out any betting issues or an account question. The last option for contacting Ladbrokes is via the contact form on the contact page.
- 24/7 Betting Line:
- Customer Support: 1300 LADBROKES
- Opening Hours: from Monday to Sunday: 8am -11pm (QLD time)