Ladbrokes have become the first bookmaker in Australia to release a new innovative feature for punters to ‘Cash In’, which allows punters to immediately deposit funds into their Ladbrokes account at over 1000 newsagents around Australia.
The feature allows customers to deposit funds online easier and without the use of a credit card to bet online. Punters have the option of depositing funds straight into their account and it can also be withdrawn just as easily thanks to the already available Ladbrokes Visa Card.
There are three different ways that users can take advantage of the Cash In feature, the easiest being by smart phone.
Customers will simply have to login to their Ladbrokes account and locate the Cash In button and select new deposit. Then fill in the amount you wish to add to your account, once this is completed you will be given a code and you will have to take that to your local participating newsagent and make your payment to instantly top up your Ladbrokes account.
You can follow the same process above using a computer by visiting the Ladbrokes webpage and you will be given a electronic code that can be printed out and taken to the newsagent for an instant deposit.
The third and final way is to purchase a pre-paid card at the participating newsagents. This card will allow you to instantly top-up your account without using your credit card details by redeeming it online.
The easiest way to locate a participating newsagent is by going onto your Ladbrokes application on your smart phone and selecting the find a store option. The phone will use your current location and give you directions to the closest store near you. You are also able to locate participating newsagents via the website on a computer.
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