For ongoing promotions and special offers then Paddy Power are in a class of their own, providing numerous money-back and free bet specials. Perhaps the best thing about these offers is that they change daily and new offers are regularly added so it always feels fresh and relevant, while there is no hassle in navigating the site – once you get the hang of it. Paddy Power increased its share of the Irish betting market (off-course) from 8% in 1988 to 33% by 2001. To raise money for a UK expansion, Paddy was listed in December 2000 on the London Stock Exchange. The firm opened their first shop in the UK in 2002 and by 2014 they had 250 shops in the UK – more than in their native Ireland. Paddy Power launched their E-gaming series in 2004 via the paddypowergames.com and paddypowercasino.com platforms, following that up just 12 months later with paddypowerpoker.com. Now expanded fully into Australia, France and Canada, they were the first online bookmaker to have a gambling app in Apple’s app store and by May 2013 the app had been downloaded over 1 million times and makes up a large percentage of all bets placed with the company.
Deposit & Withdrawals
Both in and out transactions are run fast and smoothly at Paddy Power. Every deposit method is available, and there are lots of helpful videos on the site as well as a very good FAQ section that guides you through the process. To make a withdrawal from you Paddy Power account via debit card, you simply log in and click on “My Account” then “Withdraw.” Then just confirm your debit card details and enter your Withdrawal Amount and password. Withdrawals to debit cards can take between two and three working days to be processed but they can take up to five on occasion as it takes time for the bank to process the transaction at both ends.
The help and support section is very easy to navigate and it is very simple to self-serve to get the answers you need. If you need to speak (or type) to a person then we have found it was always quick and easy to either speak on the telephone or start a live chat, but the option to send an email or letter are available.