We ask you to always bet sensibly and within your budget. Gambling is supposed to be fun and should be considered as a form of entertainment like going to the cinema, not as a money-making exercise.
How to self exclude.
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 15, 2020
If you feel like you are spending too much time on gambling sites this can affect your mental and financial well-being if left unchecked. You can help curb this, and other bad gambling practises, by using our Self Exclusion tool.
This tool lets you can choose which products you want to be excluded from or whether you want to be excluded from the site as a whole, up to six months. This action cannot be reversed under any circumstances.
Always gamble safely and remember, when the fun stops. Stop. Safer gambling means you are having fun and feel in control of how you play. If your gambling is creating financial stress, anxiety, depression, or affecting your life in a negative way overall, then it may develop into a problem.
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 23, 2020
You can check out Paddy’s guide to sensible gambling, our 7 handy tools, and everything else you need to know about staying in control on our guide where there’s also information about, and links to, support organisations related to gambling.
More information about safer gambling
- Our Safer Gambling hub… Everything you might need in one place
- The Paddy Power guide to safer gambling
- Paddy Power’s 7 tools to help you tackle problems with gambling
- Support Organisations to help tackle gambling problems
- Paddy Power’s 6 tips on how to bet safely