JPMorgan Chase Bank is one of the big four national chain banks in the United States. They operate thousands of branch locations and ATM’s throughout the country and offer a full-range of banking services at all of the branch locations. With locations in 26 states, you are likely to find a location nearby if they operate in your state.
In order to be able to find the nearest branch and ATM location near you, all you have to see the map above and you will be able to locate all of the JPMorgan Chase banks that are nearby. With so many locations throughout the country, it is safe to say that Chase probably services more than half the people in the US.
During corona virus outbreak J.P. Morgan Chase is “temporarily” closing 1,000 bank branches, or 20% of its locations.
JPMorgan Chase Bank Hours of Operation
With more than 5000 banking locations throughout the United States, you are bound to be able to find one of the branches that are open near you. It is important that their customers are able to take advantage of the products and services that they have to offer so they established their banking hours as to make it as easy as possible for its customers to have full access to their money and the banking services that they have to offer.
They are open long hours during the week, however, none of the more than 5000 branches are open on Sunday. They do have special hours on holidays depending on the holiday that is coming up. Below is a listing of all the current hours of operation, both normal and special holiday hours.
JPMorgan Chase Bank Hours – Open during Coronavirus
- Monday 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
- Tuesday 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
- Wednesday 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
- Thursday 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
- Friday 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
- Saturday 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
Closed on Sunday’s.
JPMorgan Chase Bank Holiday Hours – Open
JPMorgan Chase Bank branches are open normal hours on the following holidays:
- Black Friday
- Christmas Eve
- Cinco de Mayo
- Father’s Day
- Good Friday
- Easter Monday
- Mardi Gras
- Mother’s Day
- St. Patrick’s Day
- Tax Day
- Valentine’s Day
JPMorgan Chase Bank Holiday Hours – Closed
JPMorgan Chase Bank branches are commonly closed on holidays and the following are the holidays that are closed:
- Christmas Day
- Columbus Day
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- Labor Day
- Independence Day
- Memorial Day
- New Year’s Day
- President’s Day
- Veteran’s Day
- Thanksgiving Day
JPMorgan Chase Bank Locations
JPMorgan Chase Bank operates in 26 states nationwide and below is a complete list of each of the states and the number of branches that are located in each of the states. To find exactly where each of them is located in the area that you live in just click here to use the location finder for Chase Bank. The branch locator is really simple to use, all you need to do is enter your zip code or full address or even just city and state. Within seconds you will have the results of all of the local Chase Banking locations.
JPMorgan Chase Bank Routing Numbers
The 9-digit bank routing number is an extremely important number that you will need to have when you are setting up several different things associated with your checking and saving accounts as well as wire transfer operations. Each account holder is given the banks routing number when they create their account, however, there is another way to find the routing number for JPMorgan Chase Bank.
Example of how to find the bank routing number on JPMorgan Chase Bank – Check:
If you look at that the above image you find that the unique bank routing number can be found on each of the checks that you have received from JPMorgan Chase Bank that you get associated with your checking account.
Listing of JPMorgan Chase Bank Routing Numbers
The unique bank routing number is extremely important to know as it makes it easier for all of the transactions that are being done by their customers are properly recorded to the correct customer accounts. There are a number of situations that will normally require you to use the bank routing number from JPMorgan Chase including setup up direct deposit from your employer, wire transfers (both international and domestic) or making payroll payments.
The JPMorgan Chase Bank routing number is unique to the area that you live in and below is a listing of all of the bank routing numbers:
Banking Services offered at JPMorgan Chase Branches
As a full-service bank, Chase offers a wide range of banking services to the many millions of customers. They offer both commercial and individual checking and savings accounts as well as commercial and personal loans. They also provide additional services like credit card accounts for individuals and companies.
They also have financial services they offer including financial services like retirement and investment planning. They even offer some specialized securities and treasury services that are not available at many of the smaller, local banks. You can also get advice about asset and wealth management from one of their well-trained associates.
ATM’s and newly introduced kiosks at certain locations throughout the country makes it possible for you to do some of your banking business without having to go through a teller inside the bank. This really makes JPMorgan Chase extremely convenient for their customers.
About JPMorgan Chase Bank
JPMorgan Chase Bank is the largest United States bank with $2.5 trillion in assets being managed. The company known as JPMorgan Chase Bank has been around since 1799 when it first opened as Bank of the Manhattan Company, it changed names a few times and it came to be known as JPMorgan Chase Bank in December of 2000. From its headquarters located in midtown Manhattan in New York City, New York, it operates more than 5100 branches and ATMs in 26 states.
JPMorgan Chase Bank uses its position as the largest bank in the United States (ranked by total assets managed) and the 6th largest bank in the world to offer its customers access to all of the highest quality services and banking products. No other US bank can offer individual and commercial customers the same level service that JPMorgan Chase is able to provide.
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