If your U.S. financial institution and your card are part of the Plus Alliance Network, you can get surcharge-free access to thousands of ATMs at top retailers and other convenient locations across the U.S.
How to take advantage of the Plus Alliance ATM network with no surcharge fee
With participating ATMs all over the U.S., the Plus Alliance Network makes accessing your account with a qualifying card convenient — and surcharge-free. Here’s how:
See if your card qualifies
If you see the Plus Alliance logo on your card, you can use the Plus Alliance Network with no surcharge fee. If not, contact your financial institution to ask about signing up for a qualifying card.
Look for a Plus Alliance ATM
If you have a qualifying card, use our locator to find a participating retailer or financial institution within the U.S. Then simply use your qualifying card at any domestic Plus Alliance ATM with no surcharge fee — it’s that easy.
Start using surcharge-free ATMs
Use Plus Alliance ATMs just like any other ATM. The only difference is you won’t see a surcharge fee!
Enjoy surcharge-free ATM access all over the U.S.
Locations are approximate, see the ATM Locator for details
Need cash, but you’re not by your financial institution? With a qualifying card, you can skip the surcharge fee with a conveniently located Plus Alliance ATM.
Find the nearby ATMs here or at your travel destination.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about the Plus Alliance Network.
Check out our list of participating financial institutions and prepaid card providers above. If your financial institution or prepaid card provider isn’t listed, your card is not enabled for surcharge-free access at Plus Alliance ATMs
First you’ll need to open an account with a participating financial institution or prepaid card provider. Finding one is easy — just click the link below to view a current list of providers, then contact the financial institution of your choice to begin.
To receive a refund for a fee, contact your financial institution to initiate a claim. They will likely need to know the date, time, location, and amount of your transaction so keeping your receipt can expedite your refund.
If this occurs, the ATM will automatically communicate the error to Visa and your financial institution or prepaid card provider. Your balance should then accurately reflect the amount you received vs. the amount you entered. If it doesn’t, the difference will automatically be credited back to your account.