October 3, 2017 in Banking

These are the 7 big US cities with the lowest ATM fees

The fees for withdrawing money from an out-of-network ATM have never been higher, the 2017 Bankrate checking account survey finds.

The average cost — including fees assessed by both your bank and the ATM’s owner — has gone up for the 11th consecutive year, to $4.69.

But in these cities, those costs are lower.

Bankrate surveyed banks and thrifts in the 25 largest U.S. markets. We count down to the city with the lowest fees.

Average fee charged by customer’s own bank: $1.69

Average fee charged by ATM’s owner: $2.75

Total average out-of-network ATM fee: $4.44

National average: $4.67

Average fee charged by customer’s own bank: $1.52

Average fee charged by ATM’s owner: $2.89

Total average out-of-network ATM fee: $4.41

National average: $4.67

Average fee charged by customer’s own bank: $1.69

Average fee charged by ATM’s owner: $2.61

Total average out-of-network ATM fee: $4.30

National average: $4.67

Average fee charged by customer’s own bank: $1.46

Average fee charged by ATM’s owner: $2.83

Total average out-of-network ATM fee: $4.29

National average: $4.67

Average fee charged by customer’s own bank: $1.35

Average fee charged by ATM’s owner: $2.88

Total average out-of-network ATM fee: $4.23

National average: $4.67

Average fee charged by customer’s own bank: $1.44

Average fee charged by ATM’s owner: $2.75

Total average out-of-network ATM fee: $4.19

National average: $4.67

Average fee charged by customer’s own bank: $1.00

Average fee charged by ATM’s owner: $3.07

Total average out-of-network ATM fee: $4.07

National average: $4.67