coral connect card

philderby1

Senior Member
Joined
Oct 8, 2012
Location
derby
Ive been thinking about signing up to either ladbrokes/coral/willhill ways of linking online accounts with shops and finally did it yesterday.

I signed upto to skrill a few weeks ago to try and speed up the withdrawal process only to find out they have very similar eye watering fees as neteller.

now got a coral connect card will do all my betting/poker activities with them as there are two Coral shops in Derby near me.

No fees no fuss transactions.
 

colinsunderland

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Joined
Jan 28, 2016
Location
uk
I use connect. Couple of things
If you have an ewallet active on your account you cannot use the fotb instore either at all, or sometimes account security will take the block off.
Also, withdrawals over the counter, same, remove the skrill account if you dont want hassle :thumbsup:
 

Daniel L

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Joined
Apr 15, 2015
Location
London
Coral are decent & the connect is an easy way of getting cash out quickly especially if you live closely - with no charge at all, it's very handy. I haven't really had many complaints given my usage with them that haven't been resolved but that's mainly thanks to the rep here, otherwise I'm not so sure. Withdrawals in shop are limited to £500 per day, this isn't a problem for the majority.

One thing, if you do deposit with a debit card or e-wallet, just remember that you can not then take the cash out in shop until that has all been withdrawn back to the deposit method or lost, even if the deposit has been fully wagered.
 

colinsunderland

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Jan 28, 2016
Location
uk
Coral are decent & the connect is an easy way of getting cash out quickly especially if you live closely - with no charge at all, it's very handy. I haven't really had many complaints given my usage with them that haven't been resolved but that's mainly thanks to the rep here, otherwise I'm not so sure. Withdrawals in shop are limited to £500 per day, this isn't a problem for the majority.

One thing, if you do deposit with a debit card or e-wallet, just remember that you can not then take the cash out in shop until that has all been withdrawn back to the deposit method or lost, even if the deposit has been fully wagered.

Unless its changed recently I've always been able to withdraw in shop from a debit card deposit, you just have to supply the last 4 digits from the card used.
e-wallets are a nightmare though as I mentioned above :(
 

Daniel L

Experienced Member
Joined
Apr 15, 2015
Location
London
Unless its changed recently I've always been able to withdraw in shop from a debit card deposit, you just have to supply the last 4 digits from the card used.
e-wallets are a nightmare though as I mentioned above :(
That's definitely the case when I've tried, but when you actually search connect T&C's nothing really appears about this. It's advertised like you can withdraw cash in shop at anytime, I'm not sure if you've seen the advert. I even had the shop staff saying 'they don't tell us that' but yeah it's decent for basically deposting in shop, playing online, then having access to funds instantly without any fees, that's basically it. :thumbsup:
 

paul7388

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Jan 8, 2014
Location
glasgow scotland
I don't have the connect card for above reasons as coral is the only bookie I have neteller as my main deposit method.

Always deposit by either neteller or mainly paysafe and get all withdrawals back to neteller so quick enough for me.

William Hill and Ladbrokes both work same as Coral. if you have an ewallet for depositing you are stuffed trying to withdraw in shop.

I would have got one of the priority cards of William Hill where you can withdraw straight from an ATM anything in your balance but as I have a few deposit methods cant get one unless I remove them all except cash.

Ladbrokes as I only use debit card or cash is okay as you just go into any shop ask for a withdrawal and type in your password these days. No need to even hand your card over like you used to.
 

aceking123

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Joined
Mar 4, 2008
Location
uk
Ladbrokes is better & will hill as well both these no problems . haven't had a limit yet on withdrawal from online via shop , clearly there must be but had a couple of withdrawals via shop for 2k & they paid without any fuss.
 
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