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UNFCU’s ABA / routing number is 226078609.

UNFCU does not have a SWIFT code because UNFCU is not directly connected to the SWIFT network. UNFCU’s registered BIC is UNUNUS31. This code can be used for identification purposes only. Payments with only a BIC will not be delivered to UNFCU. 

UNFCU does not charge for money you receive via incoming wire transfers. UNFCU’s ABA number and your account number must be included for UNFCU to receive the transfer. 

All UNFCU fees and service charges are updated regularly on our Fees & Service Charges page.

In order to use Zelle®, the sender and recipient’s credit union or bank accounts need to be based in the US (does not include US territories).

If you are the primary cardholder, you will receive an enrollment email from Priority Pass. You should receive this email within three weeks of your Elite application being approved.

Once you enroll, Priority Pass will send you the Priority Pass Select card. You can also download the Priority Pass app to access your digital card.

Remember to update your Priority Pass information if you receive an Elite replacement card with a new number. Visit the Priority Pass website to log in or for ways to contact them. 

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