Sportingbet have heard punters calls to offer more withdrawal options, and have added the popular FNB eWallet to their banking options, giving punters more choice when requesting a withdrawal. One of the biggest benefits about withdrawing via eWallet is that you don’t need a bank account to get your cash, just a nearby FNB ATM. In this guide we’re going to run through how to request a withdraw on Sportingbet using the new FNB eWallet.
How to withdraw using eWallet on Sportingbet
The minimum withdrawal using the Sportingbet FNB eWallet is R100 and the Max is R3000. The withdrawals are same day so you should receive your cash within 24 hours of your request, here’s the withdrawal process;
- Login to your Sportingbet account and navigate to the cashier page on Sportingbet and select FNB eWallet withdrawal.
- Select your amount and confirm the mobile number, this is the number that the voucher will be sent to, and must match that of your account.
- Confirm your transaction on Sportingbet.
- The money will then be transferred to your FNB eWallet.
- You’ll receive an SMS with a PIN after the money has successfully hit your eWallet.
- Head down to a FNB ATM and use the PIN to withdraw your cash.
You can now top up and withdraw without at bank account
The addition of the FNB eWallet as a withdrawal option is great for punters who don’t have access to a bank account or a for making deposits. It’s now possible to make a deposit at Sportingbet using 1ForYou vouchers, and then using FNB eWallet to withdraw the winnings or the balance. No need for a bank or card! This makes Sportingbet much more accessible to South Africans and is a very positive move from the bookmaker.
Those who don’t yet have a Sportingbet account can claim a 100% deposit match up to R2000 on their first deposit if they open a new account. Have a read through our Sportingbet review for more on what Sportingbet have to offer its customers.