What Is Citibank’s Routing Number?
Your Citibank routing number depends on the state or region you live in. It’s also important to reference specific routing numbers for wire transfers or as the former customer of a bank that Citibank now owns.
|Region/State||Citibank Routing Number|
|California (northern and central, including San Francisco)||321171184|
|California (southern, including Los Angeles and San Diego)||322271724|
|Florida (only branches 510 through 512, 520, 522, 529, 530, and 622)||067004764|
|Florida (all other branches)||266086554|
Wire transfers: 254070116
|Nevada (excluding Las Vegas)||322271724|
|Nevada (Las Vegas area only)||122401710
Wire transfers: 322271724
Former EAB customers: 021001486
|Washington, D.C. and Virginia||254070116|
What Is a Routing Number?
A routing number is a nine-digit number you may need to provide if you want to:
- Sign up for direct deposits into your account.
- Make electronic funds withdrawals to pay bills or taxes.
- Request wire transfers.
- Transfer money from your bank account to another or vice versa.
Where Can You Find Your Citibank Routing Number?
You can easily locate your Citibank routing number on a personal check. Your nine-digit routing number is the first set of numbers you’ll see in the lower-left corner of your check. If you have an online account with Citibank, you can also find your routing number by signing in and looking at your account details.
It’s important that you find and provide the correct routing number when a financial institution requests it. This ensures the transaction you want to complete is processed quickly and accurately.
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