ATM banking overview

As a U.S. Bank customer, you have access to one of the largest ATM networks in America.

U.S. Bank ATMs are designed to accommodate your most common banking needs. With access to your U.S. Bank checking, savings and credit card accounts, you can quickly transact and be on your way.

It’s your money. We make it quick and easy to move it and use it – 24/7/365. 

What can I do at U.S. Bank ATMs?

Most U.S. Bank ATMs offer the following features.1

Go cardless.

With a new contactless feature, use a U.S. Bank ATM near you without inserting your card. Add it to your digital wallet and simply wave your device over the ATM reader. Or wave your newly-issued, contactless U.S. Bank card over the ATM reader.

Check your balances.

Enter your PIN and see a quick balance summary. You can easily view or hide your account balances during a transaction.

Deposit cash and checks in a flash.

Insert up to 30 checks and 50 bills at a time without an envelope, and cash deposits are credited to your account instantly. Simply put your money in, confirm your deposit and be on your way.1

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Get cash the way you want it.

Do you prefer large or small bills? You choose. Withdraw your cash the way you want.1

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Transfer money between your U.S. Bank accounts.

Transfer your money easily from one U.S. Bank account to another. You can use this feature to reduce the outstanding balance on your line of credit or credit card.

Make payments.

Transferring your money from one U.S. Bank account to another is easy – and so is making payments on your U.S. Bank credit cards. Just insert the card you want to pay and then transfer the payment.

Customize your ATM settings.

Choose your primary language and set up your fast cash preferences. And to make your stop even faster, you can choose to decline printed receipts for all your ATM transactions.

Reset your card PIN.

To safeguard your security, it’s a good idea to change your card PIN regularly. Set your card PIN and change it as often as you wish at a U.S. Bank ATM.

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Difficulty seeing at the ATM?

You can adjust screen contrast before entering your card PIN. Select “High Contrast” to make it easier to read during bright daylight. You can also use headphones to have the ATM read the words on the screen to you.

Access to more ATMs

For ATM Banking options while you’re on the go, U.S. Bank partners3 with other ATM providers, including the MoneyPass® ATM Network2, which allows our customers to transact at thousands of additional ATMs across the country; fees and functionality vary by location.1

Functionality at most of these ATMs includes cash withdrawal, balance inquiries and transfer to accounts linked to your card.

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Frequently asked questions

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