Are you trying to find your Chase Bank ABA Routing Number?
If so, you’re in the right place – JPMorgan Chase Bank (FDIC #628) has over 5,000 locations and it’s important that you remember where you opened your account.
(funny aside, if you’ve ever looked at your credit report and saw “JPMCB Card Services” listed – it’s J.P. Morgan Chase Bank!)
Your ABA routing number will be based on the state in which you opened your account. It’s not where you live now.
Don’t remember exactly where you may have opened it? No problem, we can help you find it out using one of these three ways:
- Look up your routing number by state (if you remember)
- Look for your routing number on your personal checks (if you have one available)
- Call Chase Bank customer service and ask them for your routing number
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Chase Bank Routing Number by State
If you remember, then you’re in luck because Chase has the simplest set of ABA numbers of all the major banks:
|Chase Bank Location
|Chase Bank Location
|New York – Downstate
|New York – Upstate
Many larger banks have far more complicated ABA routing number systems because they bought a lot of smaller regional banks in one area. The only overlap for Chase has to do with New York. The geographic definition of the New York Downstate region is Westchester County, New York City, and Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk Counties). If you aren’t sure if you’re upstate or downstate, read on for another way to find it.
Finding the Routing Number on Your Check
If you have a personal check, you have your ABA routing number.
At the bottom of the check there will be a few numbers separated by a pattern of three squares. These are for computers to read and they know that one of the numbers is the ABA routing number, one is the account number, and the last one is the check number.
In the example above, the nine-digit number highlighted in red is your ABA routing number. The green number, which is usually longer, will be your account number. The ABA routing number is always a nine-digit number and you can use this American Bankers Association Routing Number lookup tool to confirm it matches your bank.
Use the Chase Mobile App or Online Banking
If you have the Chase Mobile app, open it up and look for your bank account. Choose “Show details” and it’ll display both your routing number and your account number.
Alternatively, if you sign into your online banking account and navigate to your bank account, it’ll show you both if you choose “See full account number.”
Contact Chase Bank for Your Number
If you still can’t get your ABA routing number, the last option is to call Chase Bank.
The phone number is 1-800-935-9935 and they are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Different Routing Number for Wire Transfers
The ABA routing number is for domestic bank to bank transfers – if you need to send or receive a wire transfer, you’ll need a different number. Fortunately, it’s a far simpler system with just a few numbers.
The ABA routing numbers are useful only for ACH transfers. If you are receiving a wire transfer, then the code will be different – fortunately, it’s a simpler system with one number for domestic wire transfers and one for international wire transfers.
Wire transfers are “better” than an ACH transfer because they’re faster by a few days but they’re also more expensive. An ACH transfer is free, an incoming wire transfers costs $15 and an outgoing transfer costs $25-$45. (you can save $5 if you do it online vs. a branch)
- Domestic wire transfer (Wire Routing Transit Number) – 021000021
- International wire transfer (SWIFT/BIC Code) – CHASUS33
If you’re receiving a wire transfer, here’s the other information you may need to provide:
|JPMorgan Chase Bank NA
|270 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017
(regardless of where your account is located)
Beneficiary acct. #
|Your complete Chase Bank account number
including leading zeros
|The name and address of your account as it
appears on your statement
If you’re going to send a wire transfer, make sure you confirm all the details before you send the request. In almost all cases, wire transfers cannot be reversed. Also, keep the details nearby because the bank may call to confirm them before they send the wire.
There you go – pretty easy right?