The fourth Thursday of November every year is Thanksgiving Day, which falls on November 26th this year. Thanksgiving is a federal holiday, meaning financial institutions, schools, and many businesses close to allow their employees to celebrate. Therefore, if you need to go to the bank, you won’t be able to.
ATMs will still be open, but any more complicated transactions can’t be completed. It is best to get any banking needs done before Thanksgiving Day.
Curious if banks are open on certain holidays? See our list of bank’s holiday schedule.
Continue reading to see which banks will be open or closed on Thanksgiving Day.
Are Banks Open On Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving is one of the 10 federal holidays in the year, so numerous organizations, such as schools, government offices, and businesses, close. Customers will still be able to access their online accounts, and there may even be customer service to help. Read below to see a list of banks closed on Thanksgiving Day, and plan accordingly to have all your banking needs taken care of.
Business operations will resume as normal the following day, November 27th.
Are Banks Closed On Thanksgiving Day?
The majority of banks, when asked if they are open on Thanksgiving Day, just reply with “we are closed.” This means most individuals will not be able to complete banking needs in person. Fortunately, many transactions, deposits, and various other things can be done online with the click of a button.
Here’s a list of banks closed on Thanksgiving Day:
- American National Bank
- Ameris Bank
- Bank of America
- BBVA Bank
- BMO Harris
- Capital One
- Citizens Bank
- Commerce Bank
- Eastern Bank
- Fifth Third Bank
- First Citizens Bank
- Frost Bank
- Great Western Bank
- M&T Bank
- PNC Bank
- Regions Bank
- Santander Bank
- Signature Bank
- Silicon Valley Bank
- SunTrust Bank
- Synovus Bank
- U.S. Bank
- Union Bank
- United Bank
- Wells Fargo
- Zions Bank
Banks Open On Thanksgiving Day 2020
Most banks will be closed, but customer service lines and online banking is available for use. If you would like to know more, it is best to contact your bank directly before visiting on any holiday.
Thankfully, banks will resume their day-to-day operations the day after Thanksgiving, so there is won’t be a long wait to complete your banking needs.
Upcoming Bank Holidays
There are a few bank holidays coming up, but there is only one left in 2020:
- Christmas Day: Friday, December 25, 2020
- New Year’s Day: Friday, January 1, 2021
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Monday, January 18, 2021
If you would like to view all of the upcoming bank holidays in 2021, check out our Bank Holiday Schedule guide.
Most banks are closed on Thanksgiving Day since it is a federal holiday, so it’s best to complete all your banking needs in advance. Review the list of banks that are closed to see if your bank is on there.
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