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Great Western Bank Routing Numbers

Routing NumberBank NameAddressTelephone No.
291471134 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N. LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
291481483 GREAT WESTERN BANK- ABERDEEN PO BOX 230, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57402-0230 605-229-2634
107006004 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
101902298 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
104906000 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
122105252 GREAT WESTERN BANK 100 NORTH PHILLIPS AVENUE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57104 605-333-7890
091409597 GREAT WESTERN BANK - SIOUX FALLS 3405 N. LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
073906005 GREAT WESTERN BANK 100 N PHILLIPS AVE., SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57104 877-999-9828
073920845 GREAT WESTERN BANK 100 N PHILLIPS AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57104 877-999-9828
091409584 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N. LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 877-999-9828
304971987 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
091409212 GREAT WESTERN BANK PO BOX 2290, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57709 605-343-9230
291471066 GREAT WESTERN BANK - MADISON 100 N PHILLIPS, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57104 605-256-6532
104013809 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
104922204 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
073904188 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 877-999-9828
073906306 GREAT WESTERN BANK 100 N PHILLIPS AVENUE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57104 877-999-9828
104101397 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548
073908980 GREAT WESTERN BANK 100 N PHILLIPS, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57101 877-999-9828
104000702 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 402-551-4310
273970365 GREAT WESTERN BANK 100 NORTH PHILLIPS AVENUE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57104 605-334-2548
073900975 GREAT WESTERN BANK 100 NORTH PHILIPS AVENUE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57104 605-334-2548
091408734 GREAT WESTERN BANK 3405 N. LOUISE AVE, SOUTH DAKOTA, SD 57107 605-334-2548

What is Great Western Bank Routing Number?

In the United States, a Great Western Bank routing number (also called routing transit number) is a nine-digit code that identifies financial institutions. It is mainly used to facilitate the transfer of money between financial institutions through systems such as ACH, Fedwire, check etc. Great Western Bank Routing number can be found on the bottom of a Great Western Bank check.

When you'll need a Great Western Bank routing number?

Each financial institution can theoretically apply for up to 5 routing numbers according to policy. However, in reality, many institutions have more than 100 routing numbers due to mergers or acquisitions. The banks or credit unions that have multiple routing numbers may use different routing numbers for different purposes.

For example, some routing numbers are dedicated for use with Fedwire only, and cannot be used for ACH transfers. Some financial institutions may also assign routing numbers for specific regions or specific types of accounts, such as a business account. Also, sometimes a routing number can be used only for the old accounts of an acquired or merged bank.

Ways to find your Great Western Bank routing number online

Here are several ways available to you to find your ABA routing number:

For your bank to process the payment quickly and securely, you should always check routing numbers with your bank or your recipient.

Routing Number Format

The routing number always can have two mode. The first one is fraction form and the second one is magnetic ink character recognition (MICR)form. The important thing is, contain the same information them.

Let's see, "XXXX YYYY C" MICR routing number

In the 4 digit Federal Reserve Routing Symbol, the first two digitscan only be 00 - 12, 21 - 32, 61 - 72, or 80. 01 through 12 are the"normal" routing numbers and match to the 12 Federal Reserve Banks.For example, 073000338 is the routing number for Federal Reserve Bankincoming wires in New York, with the initial "07" showing the FederalReserve Bank of Chicago.Within these ranges, 21 - 32 are assigned tothrift institutions for only, such as credit unions and savings banks.

61 - 72 are numbers something special for non-bank payment processes. That is clearinghouses and is termed Electronic Transaction Identifiers (ETIs). 80 is used for traveler's checks.

Primary (01-12)Thrift (+20)Electronic (+60)Federal Reserve Bank
012161Boston
022262New York
032363Philadelphia
042464Cleveland
052565Richmond
062666Atlanta
072767Chicago
082868St. Louis
092969Minneapolis
103070Kansas City
113171Dallas
123272San Francisco

International Money Transfers

When you send or receive an international wire with your bank, you might lose money on a bad exchange rate, which is like a hidden fee. That’s because the banks still use an old system to exchange money. We recommend you use TransferWise, which is usually much cheaper. TransferWise’s smart technology:

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