Take a Break

Time-Out

If you want to take a short break from betting with us, you can do so by taking a Time-Out for a period of 24 hours, 48 hours, 7 days or 30 days.

Once you begin your Time-Out, you will not be able to use your account for betting, although you will still be able to login to withdraw any remaining balance. It will not be possible to reactivate your account until your chosen period has ended.

If you feel you are at risk of developing a gambling problem or believe you currently have a gambling problem, you should use Self-Exclusion.

To take a Time-Out please visit the Responsible Gambling Controls section of Members by choosing Time-Out.

Self-Exclusion

If you feel you are at risk of developing a gambling problem or believe you currently have a gambling problem, please consider Self-Exclusion.

If you want to stop playing for any other reason, please consider taking a Time-Out or using Account Closure.

Self-Exclusion allows you to close your account for a specified period of 6 months, 1 year, 2 years, 5 years or permanently. This prevents you gambling with bet365 for your selected period of time.

During a period of self-exclusion you will not be able to use your account for betting, although you will still be able to login to withdraw any remaining balance. It will not be possible to re-open your account for any reason, and bet365 will do all it can to detect and close any new accounts you may open.

Should you opt to self-exclude from bet365, we strongly recommend that you seek exclusion from all other gambling operators you have an account with. This can be done by contacting them directly or you can exclude from other Northern Territory licensed operators by completing a Self-Exclusion Notice form, accessible here, and returning this to the Northern Territory Government.

Whilst we will remove you from our marketing databases, we also suggest that you remove bet365 from your notifications and delete/uninstall all bet365 apps, downloads and social media links. You may also wish to consider installing software that blocks access to gambling websites, click here for more information.

We recommend that you seek support from a problem gambling support service to help you deal with your problem.

You can self-exclude your account in the Responsible Gambling Controls section of Members by choosing Self-Exclusion.

Alternatively you canĀ Contact our customer service team for assistance and further information.