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How To Find Your Santander Bank Routing Number

Finding the routing number for Santander Bank can be difficult. I’m here to help! Here’s how to find your Santander Bank Routing number.

When I turned 16, my mom helped me open a Fleet Bank savings account so I could deposit money from my first part-time job.

Eventually, my Fleet Bank account converted into a Sovereign Bank account during a 1999 divestiture plan.

Then, my Sovereign Bank account transformed into a Santander Bank account in 2008 when Banco Santander purchased Sovereign.

That means that there are a huge number of different ABA routing numbers from all the merges and acquisitions. If you don’t have a personal check laying around (yes Millennials, people still use checks 🙂 ), it can get tricky if you need to know your routing number.

If you’re looking for your Santander Bank routing number, I can help you find it using one of three different ways:

  • Look up your routing number by state (see the list below)
  • Show you how to find your routing number on your personal checks if you have one
  • Call Santander Bank customer service and ask them for your routing number

Santander Bank Routing Number By State

Important: Your Santander Bank ABA routing number is based on when you opened the account and the state that your account was opened in, not where you live now:

StateDate OpenedRouting Number
CTBefore May 17, 2012011075150
CTAfter May 17, 2012231372691
MABefore May 17, 2012011075150
MAAfter May 17, 2012231372691
NHBefore May 17, 2012011075150
NHAfter May 17, 2012231372691
RIBefore May 17, 2012011075150
RIAfter May 17, 2012231372691
DEAny date231372691
MDAny date231372691
NJAny date231372691
NYAny date231372691
PAAny date231372691

Do you know your bank account number?

  • If your bank account number has 11 digits, the bank routing number is 011075150
  • If your bank account number has 10 digits, the bank routing number is 231372691

I happen to memorize my bank account number, so this is an easy way for me to find out what my routing number is.

Finding The Routing Number On Your Check

If you have a personal check handy, then it’s easy to get your ABA routing number.

How to read a personal check

At the lower left-hand corner of the check, there are a bunch of numbers separated by |: icons. Those |: icons or symbols are from the BankerScriber MICR font. It’s for computers to read and not part of the routing number.

The first nine-digit number is your bank routing number. The ABA routing number is always going to be nine digits.

If you’re curious, the numbers next to the routing number is the bank account number and the last group of numbers after that is the check number.

Contact Santander Bank For Your Routing Number

Some people prefer to contact customer service at Santander Bank to get their routing number.

If so, the customer service phone number is (888) 222-4227 which you can verify at Santander Bank’s ‘Contact Us‘ page of their web site.

The customer service operating hours are:

  • Monday – Friday 7am – 9pm
  • Saturday 7am – 5pm

Routing Number For Wire Transfers

In order to receive a wire transfer to your Santander account, you’ll need to provide the following information to the originating bank:

  • Full Name
  • Mailing Address (cannot be a P.O. Box)
  • SWIFT Code – SVRNUS33 (International only)
  • Santander Bank routing number
    • If your bank account number has 11 digits, the bank routing number is 011075150
    • If your bank account number has 10 digits, the bank routing number is 231372691

If the originating bank (the bank that’s depositing the money) requires an address for Santander Bank, use the following address:

Santander Bank, N.A.
601 Penn Street
Reading, PA 19601

The Bottom Line

That’s it! Those are all the easy ways to find the ABA routing number.

I hope that helps you get the right Santander routing number for your account!

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