Citibank Routing Number is required while you are processing online transfers and wire transfers to another Citibank account in any regions of the United States. Wire transfer is one of the easiest and fastest ways to transfer your money inside or outside the country in less possible time. One can set up one-time or recurring wires according to their needs. Besides their account number, account name, bank address, and phone number, Citibank transit number is one of the most essential information that one is required to provide while making online transfers, and direct deposits.
Your Citibank ABA routing number will be determined according to where you have opened your account. You can easily find this nine digit bank code as it is printed on the bottom left of the voided checks provided by the bank. Citibank routing number for accounts in California will differ to that of New York or other regions. Citibank routing numbers in important regions including Illinois, Maryland, Connecticut, Texas, New Jersey, Florida, and Pennsylvania are listed below.
|Region||Routing ABA Number|
|Northern California —|
including San Francisco & Central California
for incoming wires
including Los Angeles & San Diego
except Las Vegas branches 27, 29, 30 & 50
Las Vegas branches 27, 29, 30 & 50 for incoming wires
|Virginia & Washington DC||254070116|
for former EAB customers