What Is BB&T Bank’s Routing Number?

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BB&T Bank is a financial institution that offers checking and savings accounts as well as other services such as loans, credit cards, and IRA accounts. If you are a BB&T Bank customer, you may be wondering what your routing number is. This guide will explain what the BB&T Bank routing number is used for as well as where you can find it.

BB&T uses different routing numbers for each state they operate in. You should use the routing number associated with the state you opened your account in. The routing numbers for BB&T in each state are as follows:

State Routing Number
Alabama 0622-0398-4
District of Columbia 0540-0154-7
Florida 2631-9138-7
Georgia 0611-1341-5
Indiana 0839-7428-9
Kentucky 0839-0068-0
Maryland 0550-0330-8
New Jersey 0312-0471-0
North Carolina 0531-0112-1
Ohio 0421-0226-7
Pennsylvania 0313-0912-3
South Carolina 0532-0160-7
Tennessee 0642-0816-5
Texas 1110-1769-4
Virginia 0514-0426-0
West Virginia 0515-0339-4

What Is a Routing Number?

A routing number — also known as an American Bankers Association number —  identifies the location of your bank. Routing numbers are commonly used to locate where money is coming from. Some of the most common instances where routing numbers are required include facilitating wire transfers or transfers to another bank, allowing direct deposit into bank accounts, and electronic funds withdrawals to pay taxes.

Where Can You Find Your BB&T Routing Number?

A graphic showing the location of the routing, account, and check number on a check.

You can find your routing number on any of your personal checks obtained through BB&T. If you’re writing a check, you’ll find your nine-digit routing number located in the bottom right corner of the check, directly before your personal account number. In most cases, you can also find your BB&T routing number on their website or the login page of your online banking portal.

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