There’s few things more frustrating than watching your winning bet slowly fizzle out without being able to do anything about it. If this seems to happen to you a lot and you’re getting rather tired of it, then Ladbrokes Cash Out is your saviour. Read the low down on Ladbrokes Cash Out, we’ll tell you everything you need to know including how to use the feature and the key terms and conditions you ought to know about.
Firstly, Ladbrokes Cash Out is a feature that allows punters to settle their bets and either secure a profit or minimise a loss before an event has concluded. This bet will be settled at the Cash Out price which is calculated using a formula relating to the price at the time of the be and the price at the time of the request to Cash Out.
Bets that are available to Cash Out will be displayed under the My Bets section. If you are not able to Cash Out your bet then the Cash Out button will be shown in grey. If you’re wondering why Cash Out is unavailable then simply click on the “i” and a pop up will appear explaining exactly why the feature is suspended.
If you prefer to bet in an actual bookmakers then that is no problem, at the bottom of the receipt you are given in exchange for your betting slip, you will notice a 14 digit number. Using the Ladbrokes Grid Card mobile app, you can enter this number, hit submit and be given the Cash Out value of your in shop bet. Cash Out is available both online and on mobile and is open to all, new and existing customers. However, if you are currently without an account, a look at the Ladbrokes £50 free bet sign up offer or range of Ladbrokes promo codes available.
If you do wish to Cash Out with Ladbrokes then head to www.ladbrokes.com, select My Bets, choose the bet you wish to Cash Out and if your request is successful, you will be met with a Success message on screen.
At times, Cash Out is not available and this may be down to a number of reasons. One may be that your bet contains a market that is not applicable with Cash Out, similarly, one or more of the markets in the bet is suspended. If you placed your bet using a free bet, that may be another reason why, it could also be unavailable if you used the bet to trigger a free bet or promotion. If your bet is worth nothing, you won’t be given the option and if the number of selections in your accumulator exceeds 14, you will not be able to Cash Out.
Ladbrokes Cash Out is available on both online and mobile across selected events, fixtures and markets. All Cash Out request are subjected to a time delay, however.
Ladbrokes Cash Out definitely affords more control to punters, now you can automatically guarantee a return and secure a profit or rather, minimise losses.