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Key Points from the Ladbrokes Casino Terms and Conditions

The Terms and Conditions on the Ladbrokes website relate to all products provided by the company, including its bingo, poker and sports betting sites. The terms are extensive and contain a lot of detail. In this page, I refer to the version of the terms and conditions as updated on 27th May 2016. Over time, the T&C may be updated, and as such, some changes to this page may be required. If you wish to inform me about this, or if you have any questions about anything you read here, please feel free to contact me at contact@online-casinos.com.

Contents of the Terms

The Ladbrokes User Agreement has been presented clearly, and is separated into 41 headings, making it easier to digest. I have read through the entire contents and highlighted any points that I think are of particular interest to players. Of course, it is always recommended to familiarise yourself with the entire terms of use before joining any online casino.

1. Introduction

2. Parties

3. Changing the Terms of Use

4. Access to and use of the Website

5. Registration and Account Security

6. Restricted Territories

7. Opening and Maintaining your Account

8. Depositing and Withdrawing Funds

8.1 We do not charge for deposits made by bank transfer, debit or credit cards although you should note that some credit card companies categorise betting transactions as ‘cash’ and may levy a fixed and/or interest charge from the date of payment.

Comment: All deposits and withdrawals are processed free of charge by Ladbrokes Casino. Although many players are unaware that their credit card company classes deposits on gambling websites as cash advances. Therefore, it is recommended to check the particular details with your credit card company to avoid unnecessary charges, or use an alternative payment method, such as a debit card, or PayPal.

9. Payment of Winnings

10. Placing a Bet

11. Making an Offer and Placing a Bet on the Exchange

12. Cancelling an offer on the Exchange

13. Maximum Payout

14. Cash Out

15. Account Correction

16. Self-Exclusion

16.1We offer a self-exclusion facility to help you if you feel that your gambling is out of control and you want our assistance to help stop. At your request, we will prevent you from using your account for a specific period, as determined by you, of between 6 months and 5 years and we will take reasonable steps to prevent the opening of new accounts.

Comment: Ladbrokes takes its commitment to responsible gambling extremely seriously, and provides numerous tools to help players manage their gambling habits. In addition to self-exclusion, players can set deposit limits on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Also included are the contact details for numerous charities and organisations who can provide further help and support with gambling addiction.

17. Errors in relation to Sportsbook markets

18. Errors in relation to Exchange markets

19. Termination of Account

20. Consequences of Termination

21. Information we collect about you

22. No Warranty

23. Intellectual Property Rights


25. Links from our website

26. Uploading Content to our Website

27. IT Failures

28. Breach of the Terms of Use

29. Limitation of Liability

30. Fraud

31. Disputes

32. Compliance with laws

33. Withholding payment and our right to offset liability

34. Severability

35. Waiver

36. No Partnership, Agency, etc

37. Assignment, Transfer, etc

38. Third Party Rights

39. Law and Jurisdiction

40. Entire Agreement