List of Banks Closed for Veterans Day
Banks and businesses close for Veterans Day. Check if your bank is open. Many restaurants offer free meals to veterans.
Veterans Day is a federal holiday that celebrates and honors those who have served and are currently serving in the United States military. This year, Veterans Day falls on November 11, a Saturday, with many schools and employers observing it on Friday. Due to the holiday, many banks and other businesses will be closed, including Capital One, Citibank, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and PNC. However, there are still plenty of banks that plan to remain open on Veterans Day.
If you're planning to conduct any bank transactions on Veterans Day, it's important to check whether your banking institution will be open. Many banks offer contactless ATM services or mobile apps for check deposits, but cash transfers and deposits may take a few business days to process.
In addition to banks, the U.S. Postal Service will suspend services on Saturday in honor of Veterans Day, while FedEx services will be available. Many local restaurants will be closed, but some are offering special deals to veterans, such as a free Grand Slam breakfast at Denny's and a free donut at Dunkin' for retired and active military members. Buffalo Wild Wings is also offering a free 10-piece boneless wing meal and fries for veterans and current military members all day Saturday.
It's important to check your bank's specific holiday schedule and take advantage of the special deals offered to veterans on Veterans Day. Remember to show your appreciation for those who have served and continue to serve our country.