Bank Transfer (Article No. 293)

Bank Transfer allows you to deposit to one of our bank accounts located in your country of registration. It usually takes 1-5 working days for your deposit to be confirmed, and 1-5 working days for a withdrawal to reach your bank account.

Minimum Processing Fees
Deposit £10 1-5 Days Free
Withdrawal £10 1-5 Days Free

How to Deposit

Firstly you need to register your bank details on your Ladbrokes account:

  1. To register your banking details log into your Ladbrokes account
  2. Click on Banking from the top of the home page
  3. Click on Deposit from the cashier page
  4. Select Bank Transfer from the payment method carousel
  5. Enter the amount you wish to deposit and click Submit
  6. You will be provided with a unique reference number. Please make a note of this reference as it will be needed when you make your deposit from your bank account.


You can transfer funds either online, in branch or over the telephone (depending on your bank's available services) to the following Ladbrokes bank accounts quoting the unique bank reference.

Austria Germany Ireland Netherlands
Bank: ING Bank
Account Name: Worldpay AP Ltd
Account Holding Branch: Vienna
Account Number: 19360 00454396025
IBAN: AT071936000454396025
SWIFT: INGBATWWXXX
Bank: Net-m Privatbank 1891
Account Name: Worldpay AP Limited
Account Holding Branch: Bielefeld
Bank Code: 70013100
Account Number: 124184
IBAN: DE44700131000000124184
SWIFT: BVWBDE2WXXX
Bank: Barclays Bank PLC
Account Name: Worldpay AP Limited
Account Holding Branch: Dublin
Bank Code: 99-02-12
Account Number: 42831001
IBAN: IE77BARC99021242831001
SWIFT: BARCIE2DXXX
Bank: Rabobank NV
Account Name: Worldpay AP Ltd
Account Holding Branch: Roermond
Account Number: 146939956
IBAN: NL79RABO0146939956
SWIFT: RABONL2UXXX
Sweden Switzerland (CHF) United Kingdom (GBP) United Kingdom (GBP)
Bank: Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken
Account Name: Worldpay AP Limited
Account Holding Branch: Stockholm
Bank-Giro: 5812-5790
Account Number: 52771008173
IBAN: SE7950000000052771008173
SWIFT: ESSESESSXXX
Bank: ING Bank NV
Account Holding Branch: Zurich
Branch Code: 8387
Account Number: 1080288
Account Name: Envoy Services Ltd
IBAN: CH3508387000001080288
SWIFT BIC: BBRUCHGTXXX
Bank: Barclays Bank PLC
Account Holding Branch: 1 Churchill Place, London E14 5HP
Account Name: Worldpay AP Limited - CLT A/C GBP
Account Number: 50216844
IBAN: GB48BARC20364750216844
SWIFT: BARCGB22XXX
Bank: LloydsTSB Bank
Account Holding Branch: Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN
Account Name: Worldpay AP Ltd
Branch Code: 30-00-09
Account Number: 00018710
IBAN: GB96LOYD30000900018710
SWIFT: LOYDGB2LXXX

How to Withdraw

  1. To make a withdrawal log into your Ladbrokes account
  2. Click on Banking from the top of the home page
  3. Click on Withdraw from the cashier page
  4. Select Bank Transfer from the payment method carousel
  5. Follow the on screen instructions to register your bank details
  6. Enter the amount you wish to withdraw and click Submit
  7. Click the Withdraw button and funds will be credited to your bank account within 1-5 working days

Do you have a question?

  • Do I need to add a reference when making a payment through bank transfer, to ensure it is credited to my Ladbrokes account?

    It is essential you quote the unique reference number on all transfers. Failure to quote the reference number correctly will result in a delay to funds being credited to your account.

  • My payment hasn’t reached my Ladbrokes account, but has been deducted from my bank account?

    Payments made via Bank Transfer typically take 1-5 working days to be processed. Please consider bank processing times before making a deposit with this payment method. If you would like to make instant payments to your Ladbrokes account, we offer a number of alternative payment methods.

    If the above time has elapsed and your funds have not been credited to your Ladbrokes account, please contact us and provide the following information:

    • Your Ladbrokes Customer ID (Username)
    • Date payment was sent
    • Amount and currency

  • What is an IBAN & SWIFT/BIC number?

    IBAN stands for the International Bank Account Number and is used by banks in European countries for international funds transfers. Every customer has their own unique IBAN, which should be quoted for all international funds transfers.

    A SWIFT code is an 8 or 11-character bank code, which allows effective identification of the Bank to which your withdrawals are sent to.

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