Although Sunday’s opening of banks and credit unions is uncommon, there are several banks that can be found open on Sunday to do their banking needs as usual.
The most common situation in which certain banks are open on Sunday is those that maintain branches in grocery stores. TD Bank represents a primary example of a bank with operations in multiple states that opens its doors on Sunday.
TD Bank has Sunday hours at branches within grocery markets and at its free-standing locations as well.
Some smaller banks and credit unions maintain Sunday hours to obtain a competitive edge against larger institutions and to attract business.
Local chambers of commerce often maintain information about banks with Sunday hours.
Are There Any Banks on Sunday?
Yes, banks do open on Sunday. With more banks offering hours on Sunday we thought that putting them in one place would be useful.
This list sums up the banks and credit unions (and their individual branches) that can be found open on Sundays.
Please note though that on Sunday these banks are often open for a short period of time, typically late morning to early afternoon.
If you can’t find any “banks open on Sunday near me,” your second best bet is to take advantage of a bank near you that offers mobile banking and 24/7 ATMs to conduct your banking on Sundays.
Also, these hours are always subject to change – so before heading to the bank, we recommend calling ahead to confirm they are open.
Banks Open on Sunday
- Academy Bank Midwest (Walmart Locations 11 am – 4 pm)
- American Savings Bank (9 am – 3 pm)
- Armed Forces Bank (11 am – 4 pm)
- Crest Savings Bank (8:30 am – 1 pm)
- IBC Bank (noon – 4 pm)
- TD Bank (11 am – 3 pm)
- Valley National Bank (10 am – 2 pm)
- Wells Fargo (10 am – 3 pm)
- Most banks in Walmart locations have Sunday hours.
Banks Closed on Sunday
- JP Morgan Chase
- Bank of America
- PNC Financial
- Bank of New York Mellon
- US Bank
- State Street
- Capital One
- Royal Bank of Scotland
- Regions Financial
- Fifth Third Bank
- Northern Trust
- Bank of Montreal
- Bank of the West
- Union Bank
- Allied Irish
- Zions Bank
Like banks, most credit unions are open from Monday through Friday and closed on the weekends. While some might be open on Saturday, we currently don’t know of any credit union with retail offices open on Sunday.
If you happen to know of a credit union open on Sunday, please leave a comment or contact us, so we can add it to our list. Below you will find the top credit unions and whether or not they are open on Sundays.
Credit Unions Open on Sunday
- Coastal Federal, NC
- Community America, KS (grocery store branches only)
- First Community, St. Louis, MO (Walmart branches only)
- TruMark Financial, PA
Credit Unions Closed on Sunday
- Navy Federal
- State Employees
- PenFed Federal
- SchoolsFirst Federal
- The Golden 1
- Security Service Federal
- Star One
- San Diego County
- America First
- First Technology
- American Airlines Federal
- Randolph-Brooks Federal
- Bethpage Federal
- Alaska USA Federal
- Citizens Equity First
- Digital Federal
- Teachers Federal
- Delta Community
- ESL Federal
- Police and Fire Federal
Even though most banks and credit unions are closed on Sunday, you can still carry out basic banking transactions through ATMs or banking online.
It’s important to remember that if you do use an ATM or website, some transactions won’t fully post to your account until the next business day when the bank or credit union opens. This is usually not an issue, but something to keep in mind.
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Why aren’t Banks Open on Sunday?
The plain and simple reason that banks aren’t open on Sunday is that it’s not cost-effective for them to be open.
This is especially true now that ATMs and bank websites can handle most common banking transactions, such as checking your balance, transferring between accounts, withdrawing, and depositing.
The one bank that does offer Sunday service, TD Bank, uses this as a way to differentiate itself from all the other banks.
Did we miss a bank or have hours changed for one of the banks listed? Let us know so we can update this list!