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Chase Bank routing numbers

Find the correct numbers to set up payments, transfers and autopay in the US and worldwide.

Routing numbers are codes of between 8 and 11 digits used by Chase Bank and other banks to help financial institutions identify the location of your account. Called ACH, wire transfer and SWIFT numbers, they're used to process checks, set up autopay, make online payments and transfer money in the US and around the world. Learn how to find the exact routing number you need for your Chase Bank account.

Which Chase Bank routing number do I need?

The routing number you need to send or receive money through Chase Bank depends on whether your payment or transfer is domestic or international.
Transaction Type of routing number Chase Bank code
Payments and debits between US accounts ACH routing number 022300173
Wire payments between US accounts Domestic wire transfer number 022300173
Wire payments to an international account SWIFT code CHASUS33

Chase Bank ACH transfer routing number

The ACH routing number for Chase Bank is 022300173. Short for Automatic Clearing House, ACH numbers are unique to each bank in the US. The ACH number and your bank account number are used by banks and transfer apps like Zelle or Cash App to identify the exact account payments should be taken from and sent to.

Chase Bank wire transfer routing number

The routing number for US wire transfers through Chase Bank is 022300173. You can use this same number to receive international wire transfers to your Chase Bank account.

Chase Bank SWIFT code

The SWIFT code for international wire transfers through Chase Bank is CHASUS33. SWIFT codes are a unique combination of letters and numbers that identify specific banks and financial institutions around the globe. Codes indicate four pieces of information used to exchange money internationally between accounts:
  • The bank's name
  • Its country code
  • Its main headquarters
  • A particular branch

How to confirm the routing number for Chase Bank on your own

Look at a paper check associated with your Chase Bank account to find the routing and account numbers for your account.

Other ways to confirm the correct Chase Bank routing number include:
  • Call your bank. Your local Chase Bank branch or toll-free support line can provide you with routing numbers.
  • Sign in to your online account. Many online bank systems allow you to view the routing and account numbers from your customer dashboard.
  • Search Fedwire. Use your name, city or state to look up routing numbers for Chase Bank or double-check the one you have is correct.

Can routing numbers for Chase Bank change?

Yes. A bank may be assigned more than one routing number depending on its size and the number of states it services. While Chase Bank is headquartered in New York, services or branches in states outside of New York may require a different routing number. Confirm routing numbers with a Chase Bank agent if you're not sure.

List of Chase Bank routing numbers by state

State Chase routing number
Chase Arizona 122100024
Chase California 322271627
Chase Colorado 102001017
Chase Connecticut 021100361
Chase Florida 267084131
Chase Georgia 061092387
Chase Idaho 123271978
Chase Illinois 071000013
Chase Indiana 074000010
Chase Kentucky 083000137
Chase Louisiana 065400137
Chase Michigan 072000326

Bottom line

Routing numbers help banks identify your exact account to make digital payments, transfer money and even process paper checks between branches, states and countries. Learn more about how Chase Bank and other financial institutions use these codes to manage your money in our guide to routing numbers.

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