What Are US Bank’s Hours?

Find out if U.S. Bank branches are open on weekends.

U.S. Bank is the fifth-largest commercial bank in the U.S., with $467 billion dollars in assets. GOBankingRates rated U.S. Bank as one of its Best National Banks of 2020 thanks to factors such as its wide geographic reach and diverse product lineup. Most of U.S. Bank’s branches operate during normal banking hours during the workweek, with adjusted hours on weekends.

Keep reading to find out when you can expect to find U.S. Bank branches open for business:

US Bank Hours for Normal Days

U.S Bank branches are usually open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., though some branches open at 10 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Individual locations will have different hours, so always call ahead or check online to confirm your branch’s hours. Some branches located in grocery stores are even open on Sunday.

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U.S. Bank Hours
Day Time
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Although these hours are the norm, they might not apply to every branch. Not all branches are open on weekends, either. Those with Sunday hours are typically open at supermarkets such as Ralphs.

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US Bank Hours for Holidays

U.S. Bank doesn’t post a holiday schedule on its website, but because it’s one of the biggest banks in the country it likely follows the same federal holiday schedule as other big banks. That schedule, set by the Office of Personnel Management, observes the following holidays in 2020:

U.S. Bank Holiday Schedule
Holiday Date
New Year’s Day Wednesday, Jan. 1
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, Jan. 20
Presidents’ Day Monday, Feb. 17
Memorial Day Monday, May 25
Independence Day Saturday, July 4
Labor Day Monday, Sept. 7
Columbus Day Monday, Oct. 12
Veterans Day Wednesday, Nov. 11
Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 26
Christmas Friday, Dec. 25

 

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Customers should expect U.S. Bank to shutter its branches for the above holidays. However, GOBankingRates suggests calling your local branch to make sure it’s closed on these holidays.

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How To Bank With US Bank After Business Hours

Like most banks, U.S. Bank gives its customers the option of banking after normal business hours through its network of ATMs, which are open 24/7 and let you check balances, make deposits, withdraw cash, transfer money and more.

You can also use its online and mobile banking options, which let you access your accounts anytime and anywhere. Here are some of the tasks you can handle with online and mobile banking:

  • Review balances of all your U.S. Bank accounts.
  • Deposit checks.
  • Transfer money between your accounts.
  • Send and receive money through Zelle.
  • Activate U.S. Bank credit cards.
  • Review and download transaction history.

Online banking with U.S. Bank also allows you to access your credit score.

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How To Contact US Bank Customer Service

If you’re in need of customer service from U.S. Bank, you can call or go online. If you want to call, here’s the customer service number for U.S. Bank support on personal banking:

  • 1-800-US-BANKS (1-800-872-2657)

Additionally, U.S. Bank’s customer service portal provides information for:

  • Online and mobile banking
  • Checking and savings
  • Credit and check cards
  • Mortgages
  • Home equity lines and loans
  • Vehicle loans and leases
  • Student loans
  • Wire transfers
  • Reporting fraud

You can also call a local branch if you want to speak to someone closer to home.

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Sean Dennison

Sean joined the GOBankingRates team in 2018, bringing with him several years of experience with both military and collegiate writing and editing experience. Sean’s first foray into writing happened when he enlisted in the Marines, with the occupational specialty of combat correspondent. He covered military affairs both in garrison and internationally when he deployed to Afghanistan. After finishing his enlistment, he completed his BA in English at UC Berkeley, eventually moving to Southern California.

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