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Betting Sites With Great British Pound Currency

Page Summary: The best Great British Pound betting sites listed.

Bookmakers Which Take British PoundsGreat Britain has a long tradition when it comes to gambling on various sporting events and leads the world still in the provision of the best online bookies. Although they are often based in other countries for tax and legal reasons, the majority of sites are still unashamedly British and aimed at the audience in this country. This article is going to look at the best betting sites accepting GBP – although all sites do – and also methods of payment and the tax laws regarding winnings for people in Great Britain.

Which Bookmakers Accept Great British Pounds?

The simple answer to this question is that they all do. To help you to find the best ones though, we’ve listed the top five below, as well as the different payment methods that they will accept for both deposits and withdrawals.

Betvictor LogoBetVictor.com – BetVictor is huge in the UK and offers an equally wide range of depositing and withdrawal methods as any bookmaker. For deposits players can use credit and debit cards, PayPal, UKash, Webmoney, Neteller, PaySafeCard, Skrill and Western Union. All of these options can also be used for making withdrawals from the site as well.

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T&C’s apply, 18+, new customers only.

Will HillWilliamHill.com – William Hill is the quintessential British bookie, so of course they accept GBP as a currency! They have a wide range of methods that they accept, with both deposits and withdrawals available using debit/credit cards and the majority of ewallets, including PayPal.

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T&C’s apply, 18+, new customers only.

Paddy Power LogoPaddyPower.com – PaddyPower is, as you can tell by the name, an Irish site, but they still accept GBP as a payment method. For deposits players can use credit and debit cards, PayPal, Skrill, Neteller, UKash, PaySafeCard, Entropay, PayByMobile, bank transfer, cash and cheque. All of the above, except for UKash, can be used for withdrawals as well.

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T&C’s apply, 18+, new customers only.

888Sport Logo888Sport.com – 888Sport accepts a huge amount of deposit and withdrawal methods, but a number of them are country specific. The ones that can be used with GBP are: credit and debit cards, Entropay, ClickandBuy, Skrill, Neteller, PayPal, PayPoint e-vouchers, PaySafeCard, UKash, bank transfer and wire transfer. Withdrawals are also available with these methods, apart from UKash and Paypoint e-vouchers.

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T&C’s apply, 18+, new customers only.

Great British Gambling Tax Laws

Since 2011 punters in the UK have not had to pay tax on any winnings that they gain through gambling, as the government scrapped the duty that collected 6.75% from bookmakers – a tax that was passed on to customers by bookmakers through a 9% charge on winnings. This means that any money that you make in the United Kingdom is 100% yours to keep.

Recommended Payment Methods

This might sound boring and predictable, but there is only one method that we would 100% recommend for all punters in the UK, and that method is the credit card or debit card. These are the simplest to use and allow money to go straight into or out of your account in seconds. Other countries are better off served using e-wallets and suchlike for legal reasons, but gambling is completely legal in the UK, so there is no need to be concerned when using a credit or debit card.

Author: David Lenton

David Lenton
David 'the Cheeky Punter' Lenton is an ex professional online sports bettor and trader with over 15 years of experience in the industry. He has also worked for a number of top bookmakers including Bet365, Ladbrokes, William Hill and Coral. With such a long time spent dedicated to the gambling industry no one is better placed when it comes to advising punters. Follow on Twitter @thecheekypunter