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Wire transfer fees by financial institution in the U.S.A

Here’s a breakdown of the cost to send and receive wire transfers domestically and abroad at some bigger banks and credit unions as per Nerd Wallet article (click the link for more definition on Wire transfers vs. ACH transfers and Outgoing vs. incoming fees)

Financial institutionDomestic: IncomingDomestic: OutgoingInternational: IncomingInternational: Outgoing
Ally Bank $0 $20 $0 N/A
Alliant Credit Union $0 $25 $0 $50
Bank of America $15
Note: This fee is waived for customers with Interest Checking and those enrolled in the Preferred Rewards program
 $25 $16
Note: This fee is waived for customers with Platinum or Platinum Honors in the Preferred Rewards program
 $45 (when processed as U.S. dollars); $35 (for foreign currency)
Bank5Connect $0 N/A $0 N/A
BB&T $15 $25
Note: $24 for customers in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Texas
 $18 $65
BBVA Compass Bank $15 $15 $15 $15
BMO Harris Bank $0 $25 $0 $45
Capital One 360 Bank $0 Up t0 $40 N/A N/A
Chase $15
Note: This fee is waived for transfers between Chase accounts and for customers with Chase Premier Platinum accounts
 $25 $15
Note: This fee is waived for transfers between Chase accounts and for customers with Chase Premier Platinum accounts
 $40
Citibank $15
Note: This fee is waived for customers with Citigold and Citigroup Private Bank, Citigroup Private Bank, Citi Global Executive Preferred or Private Client accounts.
 $25
Note: This fee is $17.50 for customers with Citigold and Citigold International accounts and $18.75 for customers with International Personal Banking and Citi Global Executive accounts. 
This is waived for customers with Citigroup Private Bank, Citi Global Executive Preferred or Private Client accounts.
 $15
Note: This fee is waived for customers with Citigold, Citigroup Private Bank, Citi Global Executive Preferred or Private Client accounts.
 $35
Note: This fee is $25 for customers with Citigold and Citigold International accounts and $30 for customers with International Personal Banking and Citi Global Executive accounts. 
This is waived for customers with Citigroup Private Bank, Citi Global Executive Preferred or Private Client accounts.
Connexus Credit Union $20 $20 $20 $20
Consumers Credit Union $15$25 $15$60
Discover Bank $0 $30 $0 $30
First Internet Bank of Indiana $0$20 $0 $50
Nationwide $0 $25 $5
Note: This fee is waived for current or retired Nationwide employees, both associates and agents, and their family members.
 $35
Navy Federal Credit Union $0 $14 $0 $25
Pentagon Federal Credit Union $0 $20 $0 $30
PNC Bank $15
Note: This fee is waived for customers with Performance Checking
 $30
Note: This fee is waived for customers with Performance Checking
 $15 $45
Note: Minimum transfer amount is $100
Simple Bank $0 N/A $0
Note: These transfers are routed through Wells Fargo, so they must be directed to that bank.
 N/A
SunTrust $15 $25 $30 $50
TD Bank $15 $25 $15 $40
Union Bank $14 $20 $14 $45 (in U.S. dollars);
$35 (in foreign currency)
U.S. Bank $20 $30 $25 $50
Wells Fargo $15 $30 $16 $45
Wells Fargo also offers a remittance transfer service called ExpressSend, which mainly works with Latin American and Asian countries. The transfer has lower limits than regular wire transfers do, but it costs less. You pay a transaction fee based on the amount you send. For example, you can make a money transfer to India of $500 for a $5 fee, provided the receiving bank is eligible for this service.

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