Presidents Day, also known as Washington’s Birthday, arrives on Monday, which means many of the nation’s banks will be closed in observance of the federal holiday. If there are any time-sensitive bank errands to complete, get to them today or over the weekend.

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While most banks won’t be open on Presidents Day, a select few will continue to serve their customers. Chase and Wells Fargo, two of the biggest banks in the country, will operate under normal Monday hour; so will TD Bank, which is known for being open during most federal holidays.

Note that certain banking transactions will take an extra day to process because other companies and businesses may be closed for Presidents Day — delaying transaction processing.

Although PNC Bank and SunTrust Bank will close their stand-alone branches, their supermarket branches will remain open. (Services may be be limited at in-store locations.)

Here is the Presidents Day schedule for the biggest U.S. banks:

BankPresidents DayLocations
ChaseOpenFind branches near you
Bank of AmericaClosedFind branches near you
Wells FargoOpenFind branches near you
CitibankClosedFind branches near you
U.S. BankClosedFind branches near you
Capital OneClosedFind branches near you
TD BankOpenFind branches near you
HSBC BankClosedFind branches near you
PNC BankClosed (except supermarket branches)Find branches near you
SunTrustClosed (except for in-store locations)Find branches near you
BB&TClosedFind branches near you
Regions BankClosedFind branches near you
BBVA CompassClosedFind branches near you

For transactions that don’t require a visit to a branch, customers should always try to use online, mobile and ATM banking.

Besides, you’re better off enjoying your three-day weekend instead of making the trip to the bank.

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