PNC Bank Routing Number — How to Wire


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PNC Bank offers traditional money transfer services through its online banking interface. PNC also gives users the option to transfer funds with Popmoney, a service that allows users to transfer money using only the email address or mobile phone number of the recipient. An overview of PNC’s transfer options can be found here.

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Routing Numbers

  • Delaware — 031100089
  • Florida — 043002900, 267084199
  • Greater Washington, DC — 054000030
  • Illinois — 071921891
  • Indiana — 083009060, 083000108, 071921891
  • Kentucky — 083000108
  • Kentucky, Northern — 042100188
  • Michigan — 041000124
  • Missouri — 071921891
  • New Jersey — 031207607
  • Ohio — 042000398, 041000124
  • Ohio, Youngstown — 043000096
  • Pennsylvania, North-central — 043000096
  • Pennsylvania, South-central — 031312738
  • Pennsylvania, Northeast — 031300012
  • Pennsylvania, Northwest — 043300738
  • Pennsylvania, Philadelphia — 031000053
  • Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh — 043000096
  • Wisconsin — 071921891

Swift Code

  • PNCCUS33

Routing Number On Check

Routing numbers are used by banks to label and track money transfers. Your routing number can be found on the bottom left of the checks provided by your bank, as shown in this sample.

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Sample check

How to Wire Funds

To transfer funds, you must first login to online banking. Next, hit the ‘Tranfer’ tab. Then you can select whether you want to send your transfer the traditional way or with Popmoney. To transfer with Popmoney, all you need is your recipient’s email address or mobile phone number. For wire transfers, you will need:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Address
  • Name of receiving financial institution
  • Address of receiving financial institution
  • Account number
  • Routing number
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