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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.
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