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How to Find Your Wells Fargo Routing Number

Are you looking for your Wells Fargo routing number? Below is how you can look for it.

If you’re sending or receiving money using your Wells Fargo bank account, you need to make sure you’re having the right routing number.

What is a routing number?

In brief, a routing number is a nine-digit number that banks and other financial institutions use to identify themselves. A bank routing number is sometimes known as ABA numbers, check routing numbers or routing transit numbers.

You need your routing numbers for several reasons. For instance, you need it for:

  • To set up direct deposit
  • For ACH payments;
  • To transfer funds between accounts at different banks;
  • For bill payments;
  • To receive government benefits;
  • To receive tax refunds;
  • For wire transfers;
  • To have payments like paycheck deposited into your account

Please note that Wells Fargo uses the same routing numbers for both checking and savings accounts.

Wells Fargo Routing Number For Each State

Wells Fargo routing number is different for each state.  So, it’s important to know it. But your Wells Fargo routing number is associated in the state you opened your bank account.

So, if you have moved to Texas for example, but you had opened Wells Fargo bank account in New York, your routing number is associated in New York.

It is as simple as that.

Here is a table of the Wells Fargo routing numbers by each state:

StateWells Fargo Routing Number
Wells Fargo Alabama062000080
Wells Fargo Alaska125200057
Wells Fargo Arizona122105278
Wells Fargo Arkansas111900659
Wells Fargo California 121042882
Wells Fargo Colorado102000076
Wells Fargo Connecticut021101108
Wells Fargo Delaware031100869
Wells Fargo District of Columbia054001220
Wells Fargo Florida063107513
Wells Fargo Georgia061000227
Wells Fargo Hawaii121042882
Wells Fargo Idaho124103799
Wells Fargo Illinois071101307
Wells Fargo Indiana074900275
Wells Fargo Iowa073000228
Wells Fargo Kansas101089292
Wells Fargo Kentucky121042882
Wells Fargo Louisiana121042882
Wells Fargo Maine121042882
Wells Fargo Maryland055003201
Wells Fargo Massachusetts121042882
Wells Fargo Michigan091101455
Wells Fargo Minnesota091000019
Wells Fargo Mississippi062203751
Wells Fargo Missouri113105449
Wells Fargo Montana092905278
Wells Fargo Nebraska104000058
Wells Fargo Nevada321270742
Wells Fargo New Hampshire121042882
Wells Fargo New Jersey021200025
Wells Fargo New Mexico107002192
Wells Fargo New York026012881
Wells Fargo North Carolina053000219
Wells Fargo North Dakota091300010
Wells Fargo Ohio041215537
Wells Fargo Oklahoma121042882
Wells Fargo Oregon123006800
Wells Fargo Pennsylvania031000503
Wells Fargo Rhode Island121042882
Wells Fargo South Carolina053207766
Wells Fargo South Dakota091400046
Wells Fargo Tennessee064003768
Wells Fargo Texas111900659
Wells Fargo Texas-El-Paso112000066
Wells Fargo Utah124002971
Wells Fargo Vermont121042882
Wells Fargo Virginia051400549
Wells Fargo Washington125008547
Wells Fargo West Virginia121042882
Wells Fargo Wisconsin075911988
Wells Fargo Wyoming102301092
Wells Fargo American Samoa121042882
Wells Fargo North Mariana Islands121042882
Wells Fargo Puerto Rico121042882
Wells Fargo Virgin Islands121042882
Wells Fargo American Forces Abroad121042882
Wells Fargo routing number for each state

Wells Fargo routing number to make ACH Transfers

To make an ACH transfer, you’re going to have to choose the Wells Fargo routing number for your particular state.

For example, if you live in Texas, then you will use the Wells Fargo routing number for Texas which is 111900659. If you live in another state, look at the ACH routing number for your particular state in the table above.

Wells Fargo routing numbers for Wire Transfers

Wire transfers are a quicker way to send money than an ACH transfer. However, there is going to be a fee.

If you’re making a domestic wire transfer, however, you will need to use this Wells Fargo routing number: 121000248.

To make domestic wire transfers, and in addition to the routing number, you will also need the following:

  • The name of of the person whom you’re making the transfer to;
  • The name and address of the person’s bank;
  • The person’s account number as well as the routing number.

For international wire transfers, you will need both this Wells Fargo routing number: 121000248 and a SWIFT Code: WFBIUS6S. SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication.

In addition, you will need the following to make an international wire transfer:

  • The name of of the person whom you’re making the transfer to;
  • The name and address of the person’s bank;
  • The person’s account number
  • Purpose of the payment; and 
  • The currency being sent

Where to find your routing number?

So, you want to know where to get your routing number from Wells Fargo? Here’s where to get it:

Your Wells Fargo personal check

You can find your routing number on the bottom left-corner of a check. However, note the routing number on your check might be different than the routing number for a wire transfer. So, before you’re making a transaction, make sure you check with your bank to get the accurate routing number.

Wells Fargo routing number on this page

We have listed the Wells Fargo routing number for each state on the table above for ACH transfers. We have also listed the routing number for domestic and international wire transfers.

Your Bank statements

You can find your routing number as well on your monthly Wells Fargo bank statements.

Wells Fargo online

Your can find your routing number online by simply going into online banking. You will be asked three questions.

The first question is whether you’re looking for a routing number or an account number.

Another question is whether you will be using the information to receive a wire transfer. After that, the next question will be the kind of account you need the information for.

Then, they will ask you in what state did you open your checking or savings account. Then, voila, your routing number!

On the Federal Reserve website

You can look up your routing number on the Federal Reserve website. 

Customer service

Lastly, you can always call customer service at 800-956-4442 to get your routing number. It’s available 24 hour a day, 7 days a week. However, note that you will have to provide some details to identify yourself.

Which routing number to use?

Depending on your financial transactions, you will need to use different routing numbers.

Domestic ACH Transfer

For domestic transfers, use the ABA routing number from your state (see the table above).

For Domestic Wire Transfer

Use the Wells Fargo domestic wire transfer number 121000248

For international wire transfers

Use the Wells Fargo routing number 121000248 and the SWIFT code WFBIUS6S

Wells Fargo routing number: bottom lime

In conclusion, if you have a Wells Fargo account, you’ll likely need to your routing number. You will need to set up direct deposit, to set up automatic payments, or to wire transfer. So, it’s important to know it and keep it handy.

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