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Please note that William Hill's sportsbook is no longer accepting UK customers.

Efficient and fast withdrawals are a key component of top tier bookies, and an important aspect to consider when assessing or joining a bookmaker. Below, we go through everything you need to know about William Hill withdrawals.

Before we get into the withdrawal options available at William Hill, it’s important to point out that customers must withdraw using the same method they utilised to deposit funds into their William Hill account. There are several payment methods to take advantage of with this bookmaker, including debit card, PayPal and paysafecard. We’ll go into all the available options for William Hill withdrawals below.

Method Min Max Processing Time Fee
£5 £99,000 Instant Free
£5 £99,000 Instant Free
£5 £99,000 Instant Free
£10 £5,500 Instant Free
£10 £25,000 Instant Free
£10 £80,000 Instant Free
£10 £200 Instant Free
£5 £99,000 Instant Free
£10 £8,400 Instant Free
£10 £10,000 Instant Free
Method Min Max Processing Time Fee
£5 N/A 1-3 working days Free
£5 N/A 1-3 working days Free
£5 N/A 1-3 working days Free
£10 £5,500 Up to 24 hours Free
£5 £25,000 Up to 24 hours Free
£5 £80,000 Up to 24 hours Free
£5 £300,000 Up to 24 hours Free
£25 £100,000 3-5 working days Free

Visa, Mastercard and Maestro debit cards are available to deposit and withdraw with William Hill. No charges apply, with funds arriving in your account between 24 and 72 hours for UK-issued cards following your withdrawal request.

However, you’ll receive your funds within four hours should your request qualify for Visa Direct.

The minimum withdrawal for debit cards is £5, with the maximum set at £33,000.

PayPal

PayPal boasts impressive withdrawal efficiency, with the process typically completed within 24 hours of your request.

There are no fees involved, and punters are able to withdraw a minimum of £10 and a maximum of £5,500 at any one time with this option.
For customers residing in the UK, remember that you can no longer deposit via PayPal using funds from a credit card.

Fast Bank Transfer

Withdrawals are issued via bank transfer with this method. William Hill don’t charge any fees, although online banking fees may be incurred.

Withdrawals are processed between 3-5 working days. The minimum withdrawal is £5, while the maximum is £10,000.

William Hill Cash Direct

To make a withdrawal with William Hill Cash Direct, all you have to do is visit your local William Hill shop to collect or redeem your CashDirect voucher, which comes with a unique 19-digit number.

Withdrawals are processed immediately, with no fees involved. The minimum withdrawal is £10, and the maximum is £10,000.

paysafecard

paysafecard withdrawals are processed via bank transfer (see below). Thus, no fees are involved, and you’ll receive your funds between 3-5 working days.

The minimum withdrawal is set at £25, while the maximum withdrawal amount is £99,000.

Bank Transfer

William Hill doesn’t charge any fees for bank transfer transactions, although some will be asked to send a few verification documents before any withdrawal is processed via this method.

You’ll be required to give your bank name, bank address, account holder’s name, account number and sort code in the withdrawal process.

Funds are expected to arrive in your account between 3-5 working days with this method. The minimum withdrawal is £25, while the maximum is £100,000.

If you have deposited via Apple Pay, all withdrawals will be processed to the same bank account used to make your Apple Pay deposit where possible. Like PayPal, UK customers can no longer deposit via Apple Pay using funds from a credit card.

Nevertheless, Apple Pay is directly linked to your debit card, and withdrawals are processed within 48 hours for UK-issued cards.

No fees are involved, with the minimum withdrawal set at £25. Unfortunately, it is unclear what the maximum withdrawal is when using this method.

  1. Click the ‘Deposit’ icon after logging in.

  2. Select a payment method from ‘Other methods’.

  3. Fill out the required information. This will be the standard financial details, e.g., card number if using a debit card.

  4. Confirm how much you want to deposit before clicking ‘Deposit’.

  5. Funds will then be added to your account and a new payment method will be added to the ‘My methods’ list.

  1. Click on the ‘Balance’ icon at the top of the homepage.

  2. Select ‘Withdraw’ from the drop-down list provided.

  3. Enter the amount you wish to withdraw

  4. Click ‘Withdraw’

  5. The next page will display withdrawal request confirmation.

  6. Click ‘Continue’ to proceed with your withdrawal.

William Hill withdrawals can be made through a wide variety of methods, and while most of the processes aren’t the most efficient, the utmost security is guaranteed. Overall, withdrawing funds from this bookmaker is markedly simple, while the various methods available are likely to satisfy the overwhelming majority of customers.

Nevertheless, for a more comprehensive overview of everything William Hill has to offer, be sure to check out ThePuntersPage’s in-depth William Hill review.

William Hill’s withdrawal times can range anywhere from four hours with VISA Direct to 3-5 working days if withdrawing via debit card, bank transfer and paysafecard.

You can withdraw from William Hill via several different methods. These are debit card, fast bank transfer, bank transfer, William Hill Cash Direct, paysafecard and Apple Pay.

No. All William Hill withdrawals come without any charge.

Yes, at William Hill your account can have up to six active payment methods.

No. William Hill stopped its UK customers from reversing withdrawals from the 30th June 2020.

WRITTEN BY James Cormack View all posts by James Cormack

Big sports fan specialising in football. Experienced the lows of Vlad Chiriches and Tim Sherwood as a Spurs fan along with the more recent ‘success’ under Pochettino. My following of the New England Patriots since 2012 somewhat makes up for the lack of silverware produced by Spurs in my lifetime.

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