By Laura Li  Fri Jan 18, 2013

Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2013 Holiday Bank Hours

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Martin Luther King Jr.’s actual birthday was this past Tuesday, but the country will celebrate this coming Monday, Jan. 21. In observance of the holiday, many banks will be closed, so make sure to check whether your bank will be open lest you find yourself shut out.

Rev. King, who would’ve turned 84 this year, espoused a message of harmony and equality that still resonates. Many communities around the country take advantage of the federal holiday to host memorial services for the inspiring figure. Some will gather to discuss social issues still facing the nation, while others will volunteer to deliver meals to seniors or beautify school campuses.

A handful of banks will remain open on Monday; some (such as SunTrust and U.S. Bank) will keep their in-store locations open. Remember that you can continue to perform banking transactions through online, mobile and ATM banking. If you need to make a timely transaction, it would be a good idea to do it before the holiday, as even the banks that remain open might delay processing transactions until the following day.

Below is our list of banks’ holiday hours on Martin Luther King Jr. Day:

Bank Martin Luther King Jr. Day Locations
Chase Closed Find branches near you
Bank of America Closed Find branches near you
Wells Fargo Closed Find branches near you
Citibank Closed Find branches near you
U.S. Bank Limited hours; check with your branch Find branches near you
Capital One Closed Find branches near you
TD Bank Open Find branches near you
HSBC Closed Find branches near you
PNC Bank Closed Find branches near you
SunTrust Closed Find branches near you
BB&T Closed Find branches near you
Regions Bank Closed Find branches near you
BBVA Compass Closed Find branches near you

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If you’re fortunate enough to have the day off, we hope you enjoy your break, and we will see you back here soon!

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