You can now withdraw your winnings in SECONDS with Paddy Power

This is a gamechanger

Comments

Nothing beats a winning bet.

You’ve studied the form – “Jong Roda JC have won how many of their last 12 away games played on a Friday night in March?”

You’ve weighed up the prices – “They should be odds-on here. Do these guys even watch the Dutch Reserve League?!”

And you’ve got your rewards – only you haven’t because it takes so chuffing long to withdraw your winnings!

Clean up on the Dutch Reserve League at Paddy Power.com

Well not anymore.

We’ve heard our punters’ pleas – “I can deposit in seconds but it takes a week to withdraw?!” – and we’ve said “It’s 2019, we can put a man on the moon and an orange-skinned lizard in a wig in the White House but we can’t pay people out their cash when they win a bet?”

So from now on our customers using Visa Debit or Pre-pay cards can get funds transferred instantly from their PP Online account straight to their bank.

That’s right, I said instantly.

No more faffing about as you check which is the quickest withdrawal option, no more wondering how many days it’ll take for the creaking cogs of the financial system to tick over and drop your money into your hands, just withdraw your winnings and it’ll be in your bank account quicker than a UK ambassador packs up in Washington.

If you’re a customer of Barclays or Nationwide, HSBC & Natwest in the UK, or Bank of Ireland, AIB or Permanent TSB in Ireland, you no longer have to wait for days when your shrewd selections show a return.

So there’s no more waiting for days as your hard-earned returns work their way through the vagaries of the banking system. Just say the word and it’s there!

All which should give you have even more time to examine the front-runners in Dutch Reserve League. Jong Go Ahead Eagles this season are worth a look this season, you heard it here first!

Limits apply. Available on selected banks only. Maximum withdrawal time 2 hours. T&Cs apply.

Get the latest premier league 2019/20 odds at paddyPower.com

What do you think?