Withdrawing your winnings

It's important to know you can safely withdraw winnings. Back in the days of offshore sportsbooks that wasn't a certainty, but now with regulated online sports betting in New Jersey, it is.

Many sportsbooks only allow players to withdraw via the same methods they deposit. You should always check each book for specific requirements for its withdrawals. See the chart below for a quick view.

Withdrawal Methods

  FanDuel DraftKings PointsBet BetStars 888 William Hill
Credit/Debit Cross Cross Cross Tick Tick Tick
PayPal Tick Tick Cross Tick Tick Cross
Skrill Cross Cross Cross Tick Cross Cross
Bank Transfer Cross Cross Tick Tick Tick Tick
Prepaid Card Tick Tick Tick Tick Cross Tick
Check Tick Tick Cross Tick Cross Cross
ACH (eCheck) Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick
Cash Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick

Prepaid Card

Usually, you will only be able to withdraw to your prepaid card (Play+ is the most widely used) if you used that method to deposit the funds.

Funds should appear within 48 hours, making this one of the faster withdrawal methods.


Withdrawing via Paypal is widely available at the Sportsbooks in NJ. It is one of the faster methods and as such proves to be one of the most popular. 

If you haven't got a Paypal account it's pretty straightforward. Enter your email and create a password for your account. Then, fill out the form with your name, address, and phone number and you should be good to go!

Cash at Counter

Some sportsbooks allow cage pick up at a retail location. Obviously, funds are available immediately.


Withdrawing your funds via check is obviously on the slow side, as the sportsbook will have to cut then post the check to you. Then it will have to clear your bank account.

Allow five to seven days just for processing the check, even before it is mailed to you.