Most banks limit the amount of money you can withdraw per day from your account at an ATM.
In most cases, you will only be allowed to withdraw five hundred dollars. If you know where to go, however, you can find a bank with a much higher limit.
Here is a list of the maximum daily withdrawal limits at some of the larger banks in the United States. The maximum daily ATM withdrawal amount is listed first. If there are limits to the amount that can be spent with the account’s debit card, then that sum is listed after the ATM maximum.
JPMorgan Chase (including Finn by Chase): $3,000 per day maximum from inside a Chase branch, $1,000 at Chase ATM, $500 at other ATMs. Daily purchase limit of $3,000.
Bank of America: $1,500, maximum debit card purchases - $5,000
Citigroup: $1,000, maximum debit card purchases - $5,000
Capital One: $1,000, maximum debit card purchases - $5,000
US Bank: $500, maximum debit card purchases - $1,000
SunTrust: $500, maximum debit card purchases - $3,000
Santander: $2,500, maximum debit card purchases - $9,000
USAA: $600, with a maximum of $3,000 oer day for signature and for PIN debit card purchases
Wells Fargo: $300, maximum debit card purchases - $1,500
PNC Bank: $500, maximum debit card purchases - signature $5,000; for PIN $2,000
BB&T: $500, maximum debit card purchases - $3,000
TDNorth: $750, plus a ceiling on signature debit of $5,000 per day and $2,000 per day for PIN debit.
Ally Bank: $1,000 in ATM withdrawals per day and $5,000 per day in debit card purchases.
Varo (issued Bancorp Bank) $500, $2,500
Green Dot (Green Dot Bank): $500
RushCard (issued by MetaBank): Users are limited to withdrawing $500 from ATMs per day and $3,000 per month from an ATM. The daily limit on spending is $5,000.
NetSpend: (issued by Axos Bank, Bancorp Bank, MetaBank, and Republic Bank & Trust): $940.
Chime: (issued by Bancorp Bank) Maximum daily withdrawal limit of $500 at an ATM and $500 at the point-of-sale. The bank has set a daily limit on debit card purchases of $2,500.
Simple (issued by BBVA): $500 per day at ATMs. The maximum point-of-sale spending in one day is $10,000.
SoFi Money: $610 at an ATM or point-of-sale. There is a daily limit of $3,000 for point-of-sale spending. SoFi also caps the number of debit card transactions it allows in any one day at 12.
Some banks also have a monthly maximum for ATM withdrawals or for debit card purchases.
Online banks like Empower or Chime or any of the other ones in the second half of this list rely on offering a surcharge-free ATM network to their clients. There is one exception - NetSpend does not offer its cardholders access to such a fee-free network.
How to Increase Your Access to ATM Cash
If you need more than the daily maximum, you still have a few other options.
You can get cashback at the point-of-sale. Funds withdrawn from the point-of-sale do not count toward your ATM limit.
You can ask for a debit card cash advance. I do not recommend this option. First off, the cost of the credit is high. Second, why borrow money when you have the cash?
Visit the teller.
Keep your money in more than one bank account. Transfer a spare $500 to a secondary bank account. Keep it there until you have an emergency need for cash. If you want to have access to more of your paycheck, you can split deposit your pay into more than one account.
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