Checkbook Orders

You can order new checks online or by phone. You can also change the style of your checks or order covers, labels, accessories or stamps for adding endorsements or addresses.

Depending on the type of Chase checking account you have, you may be eligible for free or discounted checks. These discounts don't appear when you reorder checks online, but will show up on your monthly statement.

To learn more about the benefits of your Chase account, contact us by phone or visit your local Chase branch.

Check graphic indicating The routing and Transit number are denoted by nine digits at the bottom left, the checking account number is at the bottom middle and the check number is to the right of that. In some cases the order of the checking account number and the check number is reversed.
 

Order checks at Chase Online SM

To reorder personal and business checks:

  • Log in to Chase OnlineSM
  • Click the Customer Center tab
  • Click the "Order checkbooks or deposit slips" link in the Manage Accounts section

For certain account types, check styles cannot be changed online.

 

Order checks on the vendor site

You can also reorder your personal and business Chase checks by accessing the Deluxe personal check reordering page.

To help you place your order, see the Checkbook Order Form from your previous checkbook order to find your:

  • Routing/transit number
  • Account number
  • Next order starting number

If you'd prefer to place your order by telephone, call us at 1-866-322-1101. Please have one of your current checks handy for reference.

 

Changing your address

For security purposes, please log in to Chase OnlineSM to change your checkbook address during the online reordering process. If your address has changed since your last checkbook re-order, please call Telephone Banking at the appropriate number below from 7 AM to 9 PM local time, seven days a week.

  • Call 1-800-935-9935
  • Hearing impaired customers with TDD equipment can call 1-800-CHASETD
 

Protecting your identity

We recommend that you do not print your Social Security Number, driver's license number, or other unnecessary personal information on your checks.

Merchants should request and verify your identifying information when they accept the check from you.