Citibank Routing Number
|Citibank is known for its wide range of products including checking and savings account, various home and student loans, prepaid and credit cards and many more. The bank also has various services for its customers which is known by name Citibank wire transfers which requires a special number called routing number. It is required at the time of checks reorder, set up a direct deposit or automatic payment or to send a wire transfer.
Citibank Routing number is a 9 digit number printed on the lower left corner of bank’s check. This RTN or transit number is assigned to the bank by the American Bankers Association (ABA) for routing wire transfers to be carried out by the banks’ account holders. Routing Number is different for different branches located in a state and is designed to facilitate services like sorting, bundling and shipment of paper checks to payer’s account. It is used to identify the Citibank branch where the customer got his account opened.
How to find Citibank Routing Number
Citibank Routing number can be used by personal, business as well as private banking customers for making wire transfers. Various locations like Chicago, Brooklyn, Miami, Fresno etc. have different routing numbers which are required at time of making wire transfer. One can easily lookup for the routing number on paper checks, deposit tickets or statements of their account but if one wants assistance the bank’s customer service is always there to help. If you are unable to find Citibank routing number for particular branch you can call customer service at 1-800-374-9700. or check this table for prominent locations with their routing numbers.
If you are about to receive an international transfer, make sure that the sender has included the ABA number for New York that is 021000089 as well as the ABA number for the branch of Citibank where your account was opened.
Citibank Routing Number List
|S.No||Branch Location||Routing Number or ABA number|
|1.||Nevada (except Las Vegas branches)||322271724|
|2.||Las Vegas branches, Nevada||122401710|
22271724 for incoming wires
|3.||New Jersey(Englewood Cliffs)||021272655|
|4.||New York (Boston, Long Island, Westchester)||021000089 & 021001486 for former EAB customers|
|6.||Texas(Houston, Dallas, Wichita Falls)||113193532|
254070116 for incoming wires
|11.||Florida (Boca Raton, Jacksonville)||266086554|
|12.||Virginia & Washington DC||254070116|
|13.||Northern California(San Francisco & Central California)||321171184|
|14.||Southern California (including Los Angeles & San Diego)||322271724|
|18.||Sioux Falls, SD||091409681|
Citibank swift code is required when you make international wire transfers from countries like UK (London), India (Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad), Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Philippines etc. to USA.