Here’s Your Huntington Bank Routing Number

Learn how to identify your Huntington Bank routing number.

If you’re looking to transfer money or set up a direct deposit with Huntington National Bank, you’ll need to know your bank routing number. Bear in mind that this number is different from your Huntington Bank account number. Keep reading to learn how to find your routing number in seconds.

How to Find Your Routing Number

You have four options to locate your Huntington National Bank routing number:

  1. Log on to online banking
  2. Use the mobile app
  3. Look at the routing number on a check
  4. Review your bank statement

With online banking, you’ll find your routing number on your account details page in the Account Information section. On the mobile app, your routing number can be found in the Summary tab. On a check, your routing number will be the nine-digit number at the bottom left.

On your bank statement, you’ll have to do some extra legwork. Look up your account number at the top right of your statement. Take the third and fourth digits and match it up with the following table to find your Huntington Bank routing number:

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Huntington Bank Routing Numbers
Account Number Routing Number Account Number Routing Number
02 041215032 43 074000078
03 044115090 44 042215060
04 041215016 45 042215060
05 041215032 47 041215016
06 044000024 48 044115090
07 044000024 50 041215032
08 044115090 51 044115090
09 044115090 52 051903761
10 041215032 53 051903761
11 044000024 54 041215016
12 041215032 55 074000078
13 044000024 56 051903761
14 042215060 57 051903761
15 072403473 58 041215032
16 044115090 59 041215032
17 072403473 60 044000024
18 072403473 61 044000024
19 051903761 62 044000024
22 051903761 63 041215032
24 051903761 65 042015422
26 041215016 66 041000153
27 051903761 67 044108641
28 044115090 70 041215016
29 057000697 71 042100191
31 044115090 72 042100191
34 074000078 74 042100191
36 072403473 76 044000024
38 072403473 77 044000024
40 074000078 78 041215032
41 051903761 89 044000024

What Is a Routing Number?

A routing number is a nine-digit number, sometimes called an ABA number, that serves as a roadmap for financial transactions between banks. If you’re trying to move money from one place to another, either via an ACH transfer or even a simple check, the routing number will allocate the transfer to the right bank and the correct account.

Related: Huntington Bank Checking Account Review

Understanding Your Huntington Bank Routing Number

The first four digits of the routing number represent the Federal Reserve routing symbol. Each of the 12 Federal Reserve districts has its own codes. For example, Federal Reserve District 12 includes Los Angeles, so a bank routing number search in Los Angeles reveals routing numbers beginning with 1220, 1221 and so on. The next group of four numbers are ABA institution identifiers, which identify your specific bank. The final number is a “check” digit, which validates the prior eight numbers.

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Routing Numbers for Wire Transfers

Huntington Bank has different identifying numbers if you’re making either a domestic or an international wire transfer.

For incoming domestic wire transfers, Huntington Bank has one identifying number: 044000024.

For incoming international wire transfers, you’ll have to provide the sender with a SWIFT code, rather than your Huntington Bank routing number or the domestic wire transfer number. Also known as a Bank Identifier Code, a SWIFT code is eight or 11 digits long and includes both letters and numbers. A SWIFT code is used to identify the country, bank and branch where an account is registered.

If you’re trying to send money online, click to get a complete guide on online money transfers.

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John Csiszar

After earning a B.A. in English with a Specialization in Business from UCLA, John Csiszar worked in the financial services industry as a registered representative for 18 years. Along the way, Csiszar earned both Certified Financial Planner and Registered Investment Adviser designations, in addition to being licensed as a life agent, while working for both a major Wall Street wirehouse and for his own investment advisory firm. During his time as an advisor, Csiszar managed over $100 million in client assets while providing individualized investment plans for hundreds of clients.

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