What Is PNC’s Routing Number?

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The routing numbers for PNC bank vary by state. When looking for your routing number, you should use the state of the bank where you originally opened the account. The various routing numbers by state are as follows:

Florida 043002900
New Jersey 031207607
Ohio 041000124, 043000096, 042000398
Pennsylvania 031000053, 043000096, 031300012, 031312738, 043300738, 043000096
Delaware 031100089
Washington 054000030
Wisconsin 071921891
Missouri 031207607
Indiana 071921891, 083009060, 083000108 
Kentucky 083000108
Michigan 041000124
Illinois 071921891

What Is a Routing Number?

Routing numbers are used by banks in the U.S. to identify themselves. They consist of nine digits and may also be referred to as:

  • American Bankers Association (ABA) routing numbers.
  • Routing transit numbers (RTNs).

Routing numbers are used for:

Routing numbers help financial institutions understand where funds are coming from, where they’re going to, or both.

Where Can You Find Your PNC Routing Number?

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

There are a few different ways that you can find your PNC routing number:

  • The easiest way is to simply look at the front of a PNC check. Your routing number will be the first nine digits on the bottom left-hand corner of the check.
  • Another option is to sign in to your online banking portal. Once logged in on your desktop or mobile device, you should be able to find the routing number in the settings menu under your account information section.
  • Finally, you can call PNC customer service. Contact the bank at (888) 762-2265, at which point you’ll probably be asked to answer a few security questions. After that, you will be able to get the routing number information from a representative.

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