KeyBank increases access to surcharge-free ATMs in Bothell

KeyBank has boosted customer access to surcharge-free ATMs in through an agreement with Cardtronics, the world's largest retail ATM owner/operator.

  • Monday, February 29, 2016 6:20pm
  • Business

The following is a release from KeyBank:

KeyBank has boosted customer access to surcharge-free ATMs in through an agreement with Cardtronics, the world’s largest retail ATM owner/operator.

As a result of the partnership, KeyBank clients can use ATMs at Walgreens stores in Washington and Oregon without paying a surcharge. In Bothell there is a new ATM at the Walgreens at 20812 Bothell Everett Hwy.

“We are excited to offer our clients even more access to surcharge-free ATMs,” said John Roehm, retail sales executive for KeyBank’s Washington region.

KeyBank’s partnership with Cardtronics increases surcharge-free ATM access in Washington by nearly 65 percent and nearly doubles the number of ATMs in Oregon/SW Washington that KeyBank clients can use without paying a surcharge fee.

KeyBank currently offers clients surcharge-free access at nearly 2,000 ATMs across the country. KeyBank has 1,254 ATMs. The bank also offers surcharge-free access at ATMs through a similar agreement with Cardtronics in Rite-Aid stores in New York state, and at Cleveland Hopkins Airport.

All KeyBank ATMs, including surcharge-free ATMS available to KeyBank customers can be found using the Branch & ATM locator available at the bank’s website.

“We know our clients want to bank at their convenience,” said Carol Nelson, Seattle market president. “Providing expanded access to surcharge-free ATMs is one more way we make it easy to bank with Key.”

KeyBank will continue to work with Cardtronics and other third party ATM managers on opportunities to further expand the ATM network.

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