Routing numbers are essential for money transfers. Find your Chase Bank routing number for wire transfers and ACH transactions.
Chase routing numbers for wire transfers
The Chase routing number for domestic and international wire transfers to a Chase account in the United States is 021000021.
If you’re sending an international wire transfer to a Chase bank account in the USA, provide the SWIFT Code CHASUS33.
Chase Bank routing numbers by state
The routing number for Chase Bank (JPMorgan Chase Bank) varies by location. The following is a table with the Chase routing numbers by state.
|State||Chase routing number|
|New York (downstate)||021000021|
|New York (upstate)||022300173|
What’s a routing number?
A routing number is also known as an American Bankers Association (ABA) number. It’s a nine-digit number created by the ABA in 1910.
The routing number tells a financial institution where to send the money.
On a check, the routing number is the left-most number.
How to find your Chase routing number
There are several ways to find your Chase routing number. If you have paper checks, the 9-digit number on the bottom left is your routing number.
It can also be found through online banking, the mobile app, at a Chase bank branch, by calling the contact center, or looking at the ACH letter given to you at account opening.
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