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US Bank Routing Numbers and Wiring Instructions

To complete any bank wire transfer you must have the bank’s routing number and for international transfers, the SWIFT code.

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How to Find Routing Number

It can be easily found on a check:

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US Bank Routing Numbers:

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

 

How to Wire Money

US Bank gives you many options to complete your financial wire transfers: you can do it online, in person by going to the nearest branch and also by phone.

Domestic Wire – Up to 24 Hours for Processing

  • Bank Name
  • Routing Number
  • Address of Bank
  • Creditor’s Name and Address
  • Creditor’s Account Number

International Wire – Up to 7 Days for Processing

  • Swift Code
  • Routing Number
  • Customer’s Name and Address
  • Customer’s Account Number
  • Invoice Number

If you have any other doubt or question contact their Customer Service at 1 800-US-BANKS.

 

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