US Bank Routing Numbers & Wire Transfer

    US Bank was founded in 1863 and its headquarter is in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its banking and ATMs locations are allover the United States and abroad. US Bank operates as a subsidiary of U.S. Bancorp.

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ROUTING NUMBERS

Routing number is one of the key details needed to perform wire transfers into US Bank account. The recipient must provide his or her branch’s routing number.

Below is a list of the routing numbers for US Bank in the various states:

  • 122105155 – Arizona
  • 082000549 – Arkansas
  • 121122676 – California – Northern
  • 122235821 – California – Southern
  • 102101645 – Colorado – Aspen*
  • 102000021 – Colorado – all other areas
  • 123103729 – Idaho
  • 071904779 – Illinois – Northern
  • 081202759 – Illinois – Southern
  • 074900783 – Indiana
  • 104000029 – Iowa – Council Bluffs
  • 073000545 – Iowa – all other areas
  • 101000187 – Kansas
  • 042100175 – Kentucky – Northern
  • 083900363 – Kentucky – Western
  • 091215927 – Minnesota – East Grand Forks*
  • 091300023 – Minnesota – Moorhead
  • 091000022 – Minnesota – all other areas
  • 081000210 – Missouri
  • 101200453 – Missouri – Western
  • 092900383 – Montana
  • 104000029 – Nebraska (+ Council Bluffs, IA)
  • 121201694 – Nevada
  • 107002312 – New Mexico
  • 091300023 – North Dakota (+ Moorhead, MN)
  • 041202582 – Ohio – Cleveland
  • 042000013 – Ohio – all other areas
  • 123000220 – Oregon
  • 091408501 – South Dakota
  • 064000059 – Tennessee
  • 124302150 – Utah
  • 125000105 – Washington
  • 075000022 – Wisconsin
  • 307070115 – Wyoming
  • 091000022 – all other states

WHERE TO FIND ON A CHECK

You can locate the routing number for your branch by looking at you check. The following image will show you where to look to know your routing number.

On the check, you will notice there are numbers at the bottom. The routing number is made up of the first nine digits as shown shown.

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HOW TO WIRE MONEY

Wire money transfer provides a very quick way of receiving money in your US Bank account.

US Bank customers can receive Domestic Wire Transfers and International wire transfers.

However, to receive International wire transfers, you must provide the sender with US Bank SWIFT code.

As a recipient you only receive the funds once the sender furnishes the sending financial institution with your bank information.

US Bank allows you make wire transfers online or by visiting the local branch.

Domestic Wire

Domestic wire transfers provide same-day, near-immediate transfer of funds.

For you to receive domestic wire transfers into your US Bank account, you must provide the sending financial institution with your bank details.



Below are the required details:

  • Bank Name – U.S. Bank
  • Routing Number – Find the Routing Number for the branch you opened your bank account
  • Address of Bank – Cincinnati, OH
  • Creditor’s Name – Your name 
  • Creditor’s Account Number – Your US Bank account number

International Wire

As an account holder in US Bank, you can receive international wire transfers after your provide the transferring financial institution with your bank information. For the transactions to begin, you must provide the following details:

  • Swift Code – USBKUS44IMT
  • Routing Number – Find the Routing Number for the branch you opened your bank account
  • Bank Name – U.S. Bank
  • City, State – Cincinnati, OH
  • Customer’s Name – Your name as it appears on your statement
  • Customer’s Account Number – Your US Bank account number

Wire Transfer Fees for US Bank

Fees for both International and Domestic Wire Transfer in US Bank differ. Below is the breakdown.

International Wire Transfers – $25 for each incoming transaction and $50 for each outgoing transaction.



Domestic Wire Transfers – $20 for each incoming transaction and $30 for each outgoing transaction.

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