How To Withdraw Money From Bovada
So, you're expert casino skills have led to a well-deserved trip to the cashier. Bravo. Whether your Bovada winnings came from intense sports bets, future or parlays, or a winning streak with the live dealer or a poker tournament, you all must go through the cashier.
Getting your winnings isn't an ordeal from Bovada. With these simple tips, you can find a check in the mail or your crypto wallet in no time flat.
Sign in to your Account
Everything begins with you signing into your Bovada account. Then, choose the withdraw feature. You'll be taken to the screen where you'll choose from the following withdrawal methods:
- Credits Cards
- Bitcoin Cash
- Wire Transfer
Each method requires a minimum value, and the processing time varies. Also, your withdrawal request can take up to 48 hours for Bovada to review and approve. If your withdrawal request gets approval, Bovada will send you a unique code for your withdrawal reference.
If you opt for a wire transfer, this method is the most expensive to use. This is because Bovada takes a transaction fee before sending your hard-earned funds to your account.
If you choose Bovada to make check withdrawals, follow the above procedure and choose the check option. Please understand that Bovada doesn't mail checks to P.O. Boxes or military bases.
All Bovada members can receive one check free of transaction charges every 90 days. If you want more, you will be charged a $100 fee. And if the check exceeds $3,000, Bovada will send you multiple checks over seven days. And when you receive your checks, please cash them immediately. Otherwise, they might become ineligible after a certain amount of time.
If you choose Bitcoin, you won't face transaction charges. However, if your Bitcoin withdrawals exceed $9,500, Bovada reserves the right to break up those winning and send them to you over three days. Also, none of your Bitcoin payments will be honored until everything is verified.
Regardless of your payment method, Bovada reserves the right to request that you verify your identity before your withdrawals are honored.