CrownBet continue to improve their product with the recent announcement of the CrownBet Card – a Visa Prepaid ATM card that allows punters to gain instant access to their winnings.
There is nothing worse than having a big win on a Saturday afternoon and having to wait three days for a bank withdrawal to go through to enjoy the spoils. When you win, you should be able to immediately access your cash and that’s what the CrownBet ATM card allows you to do.
All punters have to do to access their funds instantly is transfer their winnings from their account to the CrownBet Card which is as easy as clicking a button in the ‘my account’ section the site.
Once the transfer is instantly completed, the CrownBet card can be used for shopping online, in store where any Visa card is accepted or to withdraw cash at any ATM where Visa is accepted which is in over 200 countries – it is that easy!
“Members enjoy the superior experience they receive with CrownBet, but many of them still love the feeling of real cash in their hand. Now they can have the best of both worlds,” CrownBet CEO Matt Tripp said in a press release.
To get your hands on the CrownBet Card, all you have to do is apply in the account section of CrownBet. The application process is quick and easy with customers expected to receive their cards in the mail within a few days.
CrownBet are the latest local bookmaker to offer an ATM card for customers to access their winnings with the Ladbrokes ATM Card, the Sportsbet Cash Card and Bookmaker ATM cards also available to Australian sports bettors.
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