Irish bookmaker, Paddy Power, is one of the most recognisable high street betting shops in the UK. Established in 1988, the bookmaker has rapidly expanded to operate an incredibly prominent online betting and gambling service, notably thanks to its often mischievous use of social media.
But, there is nothing scandalous about its online betting site, with a vast selection of sports betting markets and great track record with customer relations, they are one of the most popular online betting sites in the industry.
Welcome bonus – Risk Free Bet up to £20
As with the majority of online betting sites, Paddy Power offer a tempting welcome to their new customers. When you create an account with the online bookmaker, you can receive a risk free bet simply by placing your first bet of £10 or more on any sports market . If your bet loses, then they will refund your stake in cash up to £20.
Being a world renowned online betting service, Paddy Power offers a wide range of payment methods to its customers. Here are some of the deposit and withdrawal methods available on Paddy Power.
- Debit cards and credit cards: Switch, Laser, Maestro, Visa Electron, Visa, MasterCard.
- E-wallets: PayPal, Skrill, Neteller.
- Bank transfer and cheque.
Paddy Power won’t charge you directly for any deposits or withdrawals but your credit card supplier or e-wallet provider may apply charges for any transactions made. Making a deposit with a card or e-wallet is instant and the minimum deposit is limited to £5. There are no maximum deposit limits, however Paddy Power may limit individuals if they suspect suspicious behaviour. As for withdrawals, you can expect to wait a few hours when withdrawing through an e-wallet and up to 5 working days via a bank card or transfer. The minimum withdrawal is £10 and, again, there are no maximum withdrawal limits but Paddy Power may impose restrictions if they suspect foul-play.
Paddy Power operate in a limited number of currencies. In fact you can only bet on their website using UK Pounds Sterling (GBP) or Euros (EUR).
|Type of Payment||Minimum Deposit||Processing Time||Fees|
|Cheque||£5||5-10 working days||Zero|
|Bank Transfer||£5||1-5 working days||Zero|
|Type of Payment||Minimum Withdrawal||Processing Time||Fees|
|Debit Card||£10||2-3 working days||Zero|
|Credit Card||£10||2-3 working days||Zero|
|Bank Transfer||£10||1-5 working days||Zero|
Mobile betting – Paddy Power offer a wide range of mobile gambling services across all popular mobile platforms. Whether you use an iPhone, an iPad or an Android powered smartphone, you will be able to access all the betting action from anywhere in the world. You can find out more about the Paddy Power mobile app here.
Cash-out in-play – When betting live in-play on Paddy Power, you have the choice to cash-out your bets before the final whistle blows. This means that you simply cut your losses if the result sliding away from you or, alternatively, you could take your winnings before the other team snatch a late equaliser.
On-going promotions – Paddy Power is home to the Money-Back special. This feature offers money-back deals on different markets each and every day. Depending on the sporting action of the day, these deals could relate to any sport and any event – so keep your eyes peeled and your fingers crossed.
Live streaming – You can access a huge selection of live sporting action via the Paddy Power website. Simply bet on the match you wish to watch using the Paddy Power live betting pages.
Paddy Power blog – Paddy Power publish a top-notch blog on their website, filled with sporting news and analysis with a little bit of humour thrown in too. Read all about those bettors who dream daft but dream big in the “Stupid Punt” section and then read about those unlikely success stories in the “Punting Hall of Fame”. Who knows, you could be the next big winner (or loser) to get a mention.
Be in the know – Paddy Power also run a comprehensive form guide for horse racing aficionados. Complete with statistics and visual race predictors, the Paddy Power inFormer gives you everything you need to know – from horse form, jockey form, and trainer form to information about the race meeting and course conditions.