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What is Funds Withdrawal?

If you plan on winning a few of your sports betting wagers, just as important as depositing money into your preferred sportsbook is withdrawing your winnings from it as well. While it’s not the end-all-be-all for your decision on a sportsbook, it is pretty crucial: you don’t want to sign up with a sportsbook and win a ton of money only to realize your preferred withdrawal method doesn’t jive with that sports betting site.

One of the most important aspects to look at when considering the withdrawal methods of various sportsbooks is the time it takes to see the funds transferred from your betting account to your bank account or your hands.

Most sportsbooks offer a bevy of options with which to withdraw your money, and each one has its own benefits and drawbacks. To save you some time, we at Sports Betting Focus have broken down the seven most common withdrawal options you’re likely to come across on your hunt for the best sports betting site.

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