Huntington Bank Review: Checking, Savings and CDs

If you live within Huntington Bank's branch network and you’re looking for a checking account with easily avoidable fees, it can be a solid bank.
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Huntington National Bank

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    The bottom line:

    If you’re looking for a no-frills bank to stow your money, Huntington Bank will get the job done. Low and easily avoidable fees are a draw, but much higher interest rates can be found elsewhere. Huntington Bank branches can be found in Ohio, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Wisconsin.


    • No monthly fees on one checking account.
    • Overdraft buffer.
    • Solid regional branch network.


    • Low rates on some savings accounts and CDs.
    • Monthly fees (though they are avoidable).
    • Small ATM network.

    How does Huntington National Bank compare?

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    NerdWallet’s overall ratings for banks and credit unions are weighted averages of several categories: checking, savings, certificates of deposit or credit union share certificates, banking experience and overdraft fees. Factors we consider, depending on the category, include rates and fees, ATM and branch access, account features and limits, user-facing technology, customer service and innovation. The stars represent ratings from poor (one star) to excellent (five stars). Ratings are rounded to the nearest half-star.