If you have a checking account with Citibank then at some point you will need to know what your routing number is. This number is also sometimes referred to as the ABA number.
For example, you will be asked for both your routing and account number if you set up employee direct deposit or automatic bill pay. Both numbers will also be required when you order new checks and when you send or receive a domestic wire transfer.
You may know your Citibank account number because it was sent to you in the mail when you first opened the account. As for your routing number, it is not always given to you as clearly and as upfront. You need to know where to look for it.
Fortunately, it is very easy to find your routing number for Citibank.
The Citibank routing number list below is sorted alphabetically by location. The location column refers to the place where you opened the account, not where you currently reside. Some of the states listed above have “Not Applicable” as the routing number. This is because Citibank does not have a branch in those states. If you opened your account online, your routing number is based on the branch location your new bank account was assigned to. In this case, keep reading for information on how to get your routing number.
|Citibank Location||Citibank Routing Number|
|District of Columbia||254070116|
|Illinois (including Chicago)||271070801|
|New York (including NYC)||021000089|
|New York (Euro American Bank customers)||021001486|
For international bank transfers, Citibank’s SWIFT code is CITIUS33.
Most banks have only one routing number, so you might think all routing numbers for Citibank are the same. However, that’s not the case. They are separated by state and sometimes region. For instance, the routing number of accounts in Texas is 113193532 while the number for accounts in Illinois is 271070801. Some states have more than one number. California for example, has two routing numbers. The number is 321171184 for accounts opened in Northern or Central California and it is 322271724 for Southern California.
Alternatively, you can get the checkbook associated with your checking account and look at the bottom of one of the checks. You should see two or three sets of numbers displayed horizontally along the bottom. The first set of numbers on the bottom left of the check is your routing number. It should be 9 digits long. The second set of numbers is your account number. If for some reason you can’t find your checkbook, and want to know your routing number, you can simply view the list on this page.
If you wish to go online to find your routing number, first log into your Citibank banking account. The bank account login for Citi is located at https://online.citi.com/US/login.do. After successfully logging in, visit your Account Details page. Next, select a previously written check and view the check image. Look at the bottom left of the image for your routing number.
In addition to the methods above, you also have the option of visiting your local Citibank branch and asking a teller to give you your routing number. You will need to provide them with your account number or debit card.
If you prefer using your phone, you can call your branch’s phone number or request the routing number from a representative by calling Citibank’s toll-free customer support at 1-800-374-9700.