American Express National Bank Hours

Check out American Express Bank's holiday schedule.

American Express is known the world over as a leading credit card company, with 114 million cards in force. Lesser known is the fact that it also owns American Express National Bank, Member FDIC is an online bank that customers can use to open high-yield savings accounts or certificates of deposits.

Does this nontraditional bank operate with traditional hours? Keep reading to find out:

American Express National Bank Hours for Normal Days

Because American Express National Bank, Member FDIC is an online bank with no branch locations, it doesn’t keep “normal” hours the way traditional banks do. You can access your account online at any time, regardless of the day.

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Is American Express National Bank Open on Weekends?

Technically, no branches of American Express National Bank, Member FDIC are open on weekends — or any other day — because the company doesn’t operate any branches. However, you can conduct banking business online or on your mobile app any day of the week, including weekends.

American Express National Bank, Member FDIC Hours
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Sunday – Saturday24/7 online

American Express National Bank Hours for Holidays

Because it’s an online bank, American Express National Bank, Member FDIC doesn’t “close” on the federal holidays that other banks observe. But if you’re interested in knowing which federal holidays the U.S. Office of Personnel Management observes, here’s the 2020 schedule:

  • New Year’s Day: Jan. 1
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: Jan. 20
  • Presidents’ Day: Feb. 17
  • Memorial Day: May 25
  • Independence Day: July 4 (observed on July 3)
  • Labor Day: Sept. 7
  • Columbus Day: Oct. 12
  • Veterans Day: Nov. 11
  • Thanksgiving Day: Nov. 26
  • Christmas Day: Dec. 25

Even if the holiday schedule doesn’t affect your bank directly, it still helps to have all your money ducks in a row around the holidays as those days are usually busy and stressful.

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How To Bank With American Express National Bank After Business Hours

As mentioned earlier, the status of American Express National Bank, Member FDIC as an online bank means you don’t need to worry about conducting banking business during normal “business hours” since everything is accessible 24/7. You can bank with American Express online or via its mobile app.

One thing to keep in mind: American Express notes that for transferring funds, business days are considered to be Monday through Friday, and that any transfers done after 7 p.m. ET will be processed the next business day (this excludes holidays).

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How To Contact American Express National Bank Customer Service

You can access the bank’s personal savings customer service department 24/7 by calling this number:

  • 1-800-446-6307

You can also reach American Express National Bank, Member FDIC by:

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  • Fax: 1-800-542-0779
  • Mail: For general inquiries, write to:
    • American Express
      P.O. Box 981535
      El Paso, TX  79998-1535
  • Social media: American Express maintains Twitter and Facebook accounts that can be used to ask questions or seek help.

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