The Wells Fargo routing number is not the same for everyone. There is a different routing number for Wells Fargo based on the location you opened your account, the type of account, and what type of transaction you are making.
You might need this number in order to:
- Set up direct deposit
- Send Money
- Make a wire transfer
If you need it for any of these reasons, or others, you can look up your bank routing number on this chart.
Wells Fargo Routing Numbers (By State & Territories)
For checking and savings accounts, your routing number for Wells Fargo is based on the location that you first opened it.
In the table below, some states have the same numbers listed. For example, the routing number 121042882 is used for multiple places including California, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Puerto Rico, and American Forces abroad.
|State (Or Territory)||Routing Number|
|District of Columbia||054001220|
|Texas – El Paso||112000066|
|North Mariana Islands||121042882|
|American Forces Abroad||121042882|
Wells Fargo has multiple different routing numbers based on the type of transaction you are doing. Keep reading to see the other types.
Other WF Routing Numbers
Command Asset Program routing number is: 102307164
Wells Fargo EasyPay Card routing number is: 031302777
Wells Fargo Wire Routing Number
Wire transfers are a fast way to transfer money. In some cases, the funds can be made available within a few minutes. Banks, such as Wells Fargo, have a separate routing number for these transactions in order to process them faster.
Inside the United States: 121000248
Outside the United States: WFBIUS6S (SWIFT code)
Note: For international transfers, the Wells Fargo SWIFT code is used instead of a routing number.
Line of Credit Routing Numbers
Routing number based on the first 3 digits of your bank account number.
|Account Number||Routing Number|
|650, 651, or 654||121042882|
|661, 662, or 663||321270742|
Note: People in Southern California may have a different number than on the chart, but either can be used.
What is a routing number?
A routing number, also called the ABA routing transit number (ABA RTN), is a nine-digit code that indicates the financial institution you bank at. They are unique to each bank and allow the accurate transferring of money between financial institutions.
That means it is important to use the correct routing number, or your money can end up going to the wrong place. Check with your financial institution before engaging in any important financial transactions.
Large banks, like Wells Fargo, can have multiple routing numbers for each area they operate out of. Your RN would be based on the state in which you opened your account. Other banks that are smaller, or online-only, may have just one number for all account holders.
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How do I find my Wells Fargo routing number?
If you can’t find the routing number you need in this post, here are some other ways to locate it:
- The first set of numbers on the bottom left corner of your check
- On your monthly statement
- Calling customer service at your bank
- Looking on the bank’s website
- The Federal Reserve Banks’ E-Payments Routing Directory
On the above check, the routing number is positioned at #10.
Learn more about the parts of a check.
Using the Wells Fargo App
If you’d like to double-check that you’re using the right routing number, here’s how to do so on the Wells Fargo app:
- Sign on
- Click on your account
- Tap “Show more detail”
- Click “Routing numbers”
- Now you’ll see the routing number for direct deposits, electronic payments, and domestic wire transfers.
Routing Numbers for other Financial Institutions:
Your routing number for Wells Fargo depends on the state in which you opened up your account. It also varies based on the type of account, such as checking’s account versus line of credit. Also, you would need to use a different routing number if doing a wire transfer.
The Wells Fargo routing number for wire transfers is 121000248 within the United States and the SWIFT code is WFBIUS6S for transfers outside of the U.S.
The routing number used for an ACH transaction depends on the state you opened your bank account in. Please use the chart above or check the official website.