PointsBet Deposit & Withdrawal Options

PointsBet is one of our vetted sportsbook partners. If you sign up for PointsBet through one of our links, we may receive compensation. This allows us to keep this site free and doesn't affect our ratings or opinions in any way.

PointsBet Logo

Use Promo Code: ODDS2000

PointsBet offers all of the main types of deposit and withdrawal methods, including PayPal, online bank transfer, ACH, debit/credit cards, Play+, cash, and more. Deposits are usually instant and withdrawals take up to 5 business days (but are usually much faster). We rated PointsBet's banking options as 5 stars out of 5.

>> Access the PointsBet Second Chance Bets Up to $2,000 here

PointsBet is one of our vetted sportsbook partners. If you sign up for PointsBet through one of our links, we may receive compensation. This allows us to keep this site free and doesn't affect our ratings or opinions in any way.

PointsBet Deposits Methods

Method Min/Max Deposit Deposit Time

Online bank transfer

$5/$10k

Up to 3 business days

Debit/credit card (Visa, Mastercard)

$5/Varies

Instant

PayPal

$5/Varies

Instant

PointsBet Mastercard

$5/$5k

Instant

Cash (at physical sportsbook)

$5/None

Instant

Cash (via PayNearMe)

$5/$500

Up to 30 mins

ACH/eCheck

$5/Varies

Up to 3 business days

PointsBet Withdrawal Methods

Method Min/Max Withdrawal Withdrawal Time

Cash (at physical sportsbook)

$50/$10k

Up to 24 hours

PayPal

$5/None

1-2 business days

ACH/eCheck

$5/Varies

2-5 business days

Online bank transfer

Not specified/None

2-5 business days

How to Deposit With PointsBet

Below you can see the steps you need to take to deposit money into your PointsBet account. 

Don’t forget about the PointsBet second chance bets for new customers if this is your first time making a deposit with the sportsbook. Your first PointsBetting bet is second chance up to $1,500 and first standard bet is second chance up to $500, so make sure you deposit enough to make the second chance bets for the amounts you prefer. Be sure to use PointsBet promo code ODDS2000 to receive the intro bonus.

Follow these steps to deposit into your PointsBet Sportsbook account:

  1. Log in and go to the My Account section of the site/app.
  2. Click Deposit. All the available methods will come up in a list and other information.
  3. Choose your preferred method.
  4. Enter the amount you want to deposit (at least $10) and follow the instructions to complete it. You will have to submit information such as bank account/routing number, debit/credit card numbers, or something else depending on the method you chose.
  5. Confirm the transaction. Your funds should be in your playing account within minutes.

How to Withdraw Money From PointsBet

PointsBet offers four withdrawal options: ACH/eCheck, online bank transfer, PayPal, and cash at one of the physical sportsbooks. The minimum/max withdrawal limits vary based on the method and PointsBet doesn't charge any fees for payouts.

Here’s how to withdraw money from your PointsBet account:

  1. Log in and go to the My Account section of the site/app.
  2. Select Withdraw and you will see which withdrawal methods are available. If you deposit with PayPal, ACH/eCheck, or online bank transfer, you can use that for withdrawing your money. If you used another method, you'll have to choose one of the options we just listed unless you go to one of the physical PointsBet sportsbooks and to get your payout in cash.
  3. Choose a payout method and enter the amount you want to withdraw along with any other requested information.
  4. Confirm the transaction.
  5. Your winnings should arrive within 5 business days—though it's usually faster.

PointsBet Deposit & Withdrawal FAQ

PointsBet does not charge fees for deposits or withdrawals. Note that some payment processors and banks may charge a small fee, especially if you are using credit cards, as banks may see this kind of transaction as a cash advance.

There are certain banks and financial institutions that don’t support gambling-related transactions. As a result, they may abort your attempt to transfer your money. You should check with your bank before making a payment request to PointsBet. If everything checks out and the problem persists, you should contact PointsBet's customer support service for further clarification.

You can deposit into your account using cash by using PayNearMe or by visiting one of PointsBet's retail partner casinos. If using PayNearMe, you'll receive a unique barcode that you can present to a cashier at a participating 7-Eleven, CVS Pharmacy, or any other store where you can make your deposit in cash. If depositing with cash at the casino, visit the casino teller and ask for more information on how to deposit.

PointsBet does not accept physical checks for deposits or withdraws. Instead, you can use e-checks as an online method that lets you deposit money into your online gaming account from your checking or savings account.

If you need help, you can contact PointsBet 24/7 via the following methods:

  • Live Chat:
    • Website: Scroll down to the footer and hit “Live Chat”
    • App: Hit the “Menu” button on the bottom right of screen and scroll down to “Live Chat”
  • Email: [email protected]

PointsBet State Availability

State

Online

Retail Partner

New Jersey

Yes

Twin River

Iowa

Yes

Catfish Bend Casino

Indiana

Yes

Penn National Gaming

Illinios

Yes

Hawthorne Race Course

Kansas

Yes

Kansas Crossing Casino & Hotel

Colorado

Yes

Double Eagle Hotel & Casino

Michigan

Yes

Northern Waters Casino Resort

New York

Yes

N/A

West Virginia

Yes

Mountaineer Casino

Pennsylvania

Yes

Hollywood Casino at Penn National (York)

Related Resources

PointsBet Sportsbook
Intro Promo

PointsBet Logo

2 Second Chance Bets Up to $2,000

Dave Rathmanner

Dave Rathmanner is the Founder & CEO of Odds Assist. After struggling to find helpful sports betting resources and honest reviews when he first started betting, he decided to create the site he always wished he had. Dave has been betting on sports since NJ legalized it in 2018 and regularly analyzes sportsbooks to find the best options for bettors. Aside from creating new content for OA readers, Dave is also passionate about researching betting markets, creating models, and developing profitable betting strategies.