How To Deposit
Start by opening your Ladbrokes Poker software by double-clicking on the icon on your desktop.
When you are registered and logged-on to Ladbrokes Poker Lobby, click on the 'Cashier' button. This will take you to the Poker bank.
Here you will be able to use your credit or debit card to make a deposit. The minimum deposit is £5, or currency equivalent. Subsequent deposits can be made by clicking on the 'Cashier' button within Ladbrokes Poker.
For alternative deposit methods, and more detailed information about banking, please click here.
If you experience problems making a deposit, please contact us.
Transferring Funds To Your Poker Wallet
Following your successful cash deposit, you will need to purchase chips to play on the Ladbrokes Poker tables. To transfer chips back to your account, use the cash-in section of the Poker Bank.
If you experience problems making a chip transaction, please contact us.
To withdraw funds from your account back to your credit or debit card, click 'WITHDRAW' from within the Poker Bank.
You can withdraw a maximum of £5,000 (or currency equivalent) per day from your account. To withdraw amounts in excess of £5,000 (or currency equivalent), please contact our Customer Services department.
For more detailed information about banking, please click here.
Account facilities are provided to customers solely to enable them to place bets or participate in poker or casino games. Customers who, for whatever reason, appear to be depositing or withdrawing money without genuine play will be liable to have their account suspended and the circumstances investigated. This may result in a report to the necessary authorities (see our responsibilities under Anti-Money laundering regulations) or the account being closed.
We accept and understand that when transferring funds to and from their Poker account customers may, because of the fluctuating nature of exchange rates, either lose or gain on the transaction. However, where we believe that customers are using the account facilities primarily to benefit from exchange rate fluctuations then we reserve the right to return funds at the exchange rate in force at the time monies were deposited