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Everything worth knowing about using Apple Pay at UK betting sites

Top 3 best Apple Pay betting sites (UK)


  • Best live betting in the business
  • Bet Builder for football, tennis, and basketball
  • Biggest range of odds from worldwide events
  • Not the best looking product
  • Might limit winning players
Welcome Offer
Bet £10 Get £30 in Free Bets
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Min deposit requirement. Free Bets are paid as Bet Credits and are available for use upon settlement of qualifying bets. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. Registration required. T&Cs, time limits and exclusions apply.

Website: bet365.comFounded: 2001
Owner: Hillside (New Media) LtdHeadquarters: Stoke-on-Trent


Author: Ryan Ryan

Bet365 is the most popular betting site in the world, and there are good reasons for it. The selection of odds, combined with a great in-play betting and other promotional features makes Bet365 online sports betting very hard to beat.

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  • Live streaming on racing & football
  • Dedicated Android & iOS apps
  • Excellent payment options
  • No football asian handicaps
  • Some promotions are shop-only
Welcome Offer
Bet £10 Get a £10 Free Bet
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New UK customers (Excluding NI) only. Mobile exclusive. Min Deposit £10. Min stake £10. Min odds Evs. Free bet applied on 1st settlement of any qualifying bet. 30 days to qualify. Free bets expire in 7 days. Cashed out/Free Bets won’t apply. Account & Payment method restrictions apply. 1 Free Bet offer per customer, household & IP Address only. 18+. T&Cs apply. T&Cs apply

Website: www.boylesports.comFounded: 1982
Owner: BoyleSportsHeadquarters: Dundalk (Ireland)
Boyle Sports Homepage Mobile
Boyle Sports In Play Mobile
Boyle Sports Casino Mobile


Author: Ryan Ryan

BoyleSports is a well-recognised brand for British punters, with over 340 betting shops throughout the UK and Ireland and a long history of big-value sponsorships across a range of sports. Live streaming on horse racing, football and more is one feature that marks BoyleSports out as a truly high-quality online operator.

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Sky Bet

  • Easy to claim free bet sign up offer
  • Sky Bet Club (& no expiry free bets)
  • Superb betting apps
  • No longer accepting PayPal
  • No asian handicaps
Welcome Offer
Get £30 in Free Bets when you place any bet
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Website: skybet.comFounded: 2000
Owner: Flutter Entertainment PlcHeadquarters: Leeds, UK


Author: Ryan Ryan

Sky Bet is among the elite UK betting sites. Its website and app are smooth and seamless, new customers are well taken care of and existing punters more so with an array of promotions and a knockout loyalty program. Sky Bet also has terrific live streaming options, an excellent bet builder and its Group Bets feature makes it easier than ever before to place bets with your mates.

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List of all UK Apple Pay betting sites

How to deposit at betting sites with Apple Pay


Sign in to your selected bookie

Log in to your account at (or sign up with) a betting site that accepts Apple Pay deposits. You can find a list of the best ones here.


Navigate to the deposit menu

Head to the banking/deposit section of the betting site. Once logged in, this function is typically available straight from the home screen or from within a 'My Account' tab or similar.


Select Apple Pay

If Apple Pay is available as a deposit method at this bookie, you can simply select it and enter the amount you wish to deposit. Many UK betting sites that support Apple Pay deposits will accept minimum deposits as low as £5.


Authenticate transfer

You may be required to authenticate the transaction. You can do this by using Face ID, Touch ID, or using a passcode.


Get confirmation

Once the transaction has completed, the funds will be in betting account instantly and you'll receive a notification confirming the transaction (plus an email invoice from Apple).

Benefits of using Apple Pay for betting

Convenient and quick

With Apple Pay users can make instant transactions with just a few taps on their iPhones, iPads, or Macs.

Enhanced security

Apple Pay uses device-specific numbers and unique transaction codes. That means sensitive data is never shared with the bookies.

Financial Privacy

Betting site transactions via Apple Pay are displayed on bank statements with generic descriptions - great if you're not too keen on your bank statements showing deposits at bookmakers.

Budget management

You can easily monitor and manage betting expenditures with Apple Pay. It's easy to access a clear record of transactions so you can stay informed about your betting activity and budget accordingly.

User-friendly interface

Like everything Apple designs, Apple Pay is as frictionless as a payment provider can be from a UX perspective.

Apple Pay betting deposit limit

There is no specific limit on Apple Pay deposits. However, certain bookies will set their own maximum deposit amounts - bet365, for example, accept via Apple Pay up to £5,000.

It's also easy to block Apple Pay from allowing users to make deposits at betting sites altogether if necessary, either via Apple Pay settings or by a using third-party app.

Apple Pay withdrawals

If you use Apple Pay to deposit at UK betting sites, you may still need to provide debit card details to the bookmakers in order to withdraw funds.

Money laundering regulations in the UK mean that punters can only withdraw funds using the same method as was used to deposit funds.

Given that it is currently not possible to withdraw funds directly to an Apple Pay account, alternative (debit card) payment method details must be provided for withdrawals in this specific situation.

Apple Pay alternatives for betting


PayPal betting sites are much more common in the UK than Apple Pay sites.

PayPal is popular as an online betting deposit method for many of the same reasons as Apple Pay - there's a layer of privacy built in and withdrawals are typically very fast compared to traditional debit card or bank transfer transactions.

The fact that it's so widely accepted across UK betting sites makes PayPal incredibly handy, and there are plenty of bookies that will accept deposits of just £5 with this payment method.


Neteller's long-standing presence in the online gambling industry has solidified it as a preferred choice for many who are looking for a convenient and trusted payment solution at UK betting sites.

It has a user-friendly interface, enhanced security measures, and swift payment processing. One of the main differences between PayPal and Neteller is the fee structure: PayPal may levy charges when you receive money, whereas Neteller adds a fee when you deposit money into your account.

Google Pay

As with Apple Pay, Google Pay users can easily link their bank accounts or cards and make quick deposits to betting sites. Obviously, the main difference between these two e-wallets is the devices on which they are available.

Google Pay has broader compatibility across devices so more punters can use it (however, from what I can see, more sites accept Apple Pay deposits than Google Pay).

E-wallets and betting offers

You should beware that many betting offers are not available to punters who make deposits using e-wallets.

It's important to check the T&Cs of each offer to work out whether you will be eligible to claim it when depositing with this method.

Apple Pay betting sites FAQs

What are the best Apple Pay betting sites?

The best Apple Pay betting sites are bet365, BoyleSports, and Sky Bet. Click here to see a full list of UK bookies that accept Apple Pay deposits.

Does bet365 use Apple Pay?

Yes, you can deposit at bet365 using Apple Pay. The minimum deposit amount is £5 and the maximum is £5,000.

Does Ladbrokes accept Apple Pay deposits?

Yes, Ladbrokes supports Apple Pay deposits. The minimum deposit amount is £5.

Which betting sites have £5 deposits with Apple Pay?

The bookmakers below accept £5 deposits with Apple Pay:

Is there a deposit limit with Apple Pay?

There is no specific deposit limit when using Apple Pay at UK betting sites. However, individual bookmakers will have their own maximum deposit amounts for each payment method so be sure to check this information.