How do I open an account?
Open an Account
A UBET account provides a convenient and efficient way to bet via the telephone, Internet or Phone App. You can start your account with as little as $10 (AUD).
There are three ways you can open an account:
- Open a restricted account immediately online
- Open an account at a UBET retail outlet
- Open an account by mail
To establish an account you must provide sufficient identification under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML) Act.
If you already have an account but have not used it before for Internet Access, you will need to contact
UBET Account Betting and Enable the Account
Note: For information on the operation of your UBET Account, see the Account Information page.
To open a restricted account online click “Join-up” and follow the prompts.
Important information – Confirming your identity
- We must confirm your identity within 90 days of joining UBET.com or within 45 days for Northern Territory residents. For further information please see "Verification".
- You will not be able to withdraw funds from your UBET.com account until your identity and any debit/credit cards have been confirmed
- You will be able to make purchases and deposits during this time
To open an unrestricted UBET account at a UBET Retail Outlet, complete the UBET Account Application Form and call into your nearest with the appropriate proof of identification documents. Accounts can be opened quickly if application is made prior to the commencement of the day's racing program. You can start your account with as little as $10 (AUD).
If you are unable to access an Australia Post or UBET Retail Outlet, you can have your identification verified by an Acceptable Referee. Take the UBET Account Application & Identification Form to one of the Acceptable Referees noted on Page 3 of the form and then forward the completed form to:
UBET Betting Accounts
PO Box 248
Albion QLD 4010
Don't forget to include your initial account deposit. (Minimum deposit is $10 (AUD)) and can be paid by a money order.