16 Notaries Open on Saturdays: Fees, Hours, etc Listed

Short Answer: When you need a notary on a Saturday to sign an important document, you can go to your local bank or library, some check-cashing stores and hotels, a UPS Store, or you can contact a mobile notary to come to you. Many places offer the service for free, but a mobile notary will charge a fee determined by the state. For more information about where to find a notary on a Saturday, see below.

The List of Notaries Open on Saturday

Banks

While most banks offer notary services, a select few provide this service on Saturdays. Notaries are available only at select branch locations, and the availability of a notary can vary. Make sure you call the branch before you visit to determine if a notary is available. We obtained the following information either from the bank’s website or by speaking with a customer service representative.

Chase

  • Saturday hours: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Free
  • Availability: Service available only to customers and only at select locations
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport
  • Find a branch

Huntington

  • Saturday hours: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Free
  • Availability: For both customers and non-customers, and only at select locations
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport; appointment required
  • Find a Huntington branch

PNC Bank

  • Saturday hours: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Free
  • Availability: Service available only to customers and only at select locations
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport
  • Find a PNC branch

U.S. Bank

  • Saturday hours: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Free for customers, $2 for non-customers
  • Availability: Available only at select locations
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport
  • Find a branch

Wells Fargo

  • Saturday hours: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Free
  • Availability: Available to both customers and non-customers, at select locations
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport; appointment required
  • Find a branch

Check-Cashing Stores

Amscot

  • Saturday hours: Typically 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., though many locations are open 24 hours
  • Notary fee: Varies, but typically charges the state minimum. Call (800) 801-4444 or visit your nearest location for details on notary fees.
  • Availability: Locations in most states
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID and witnesses if necessary
  • Find a location

PLS Check Cashing

  • Saturday hours: Most locations open 24 hours
  • Notary fee: Varies, but typically charges the state minimum. Call or visit your nearest location for details on notary fees.
  • Availability: Locations in most states
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID
  • Find a location

USA Check Cashing Store

  • Saturday hours: Typically 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Varies, but typically charges the state minimum. Call or visit your nearest location for details on notary fees.
  • Availability: Locations in California
  • Requirements: Government-issues ID
  • Find a location

Hotels

If you are staying at a hotel or resort, you may be able to find a notary on a Saturday through the hotel. For example, some Walt Disney World Resort Hotels offer notary services through their business centers. The UPS Store also partners with many hotels to provide business center services, including notary service, during conventions and other large business gatherings. Many times, hotels will partner with local notaries to provide services to their guests on an as-needed basis. It is also common to find airport hotels with business centers that offer notary services.

Mobile Notaries

When you need a document notarized, you can simplify the process by calling in the services of a mobile notary public. National mobile notary services, which are just a click or call away, enable you to get your important documents notarized in the comfort of your home, business, or wherever you want them to come to you.

All States Notary

  • Saturday hours: 24-hour mobile notary service
  • Notary fee: About $100 for 1-2 documents, then $25 for each additional document.
  • Availability: Network of notaries available in all 50 states
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport
  • More information

Notaries To You

  • Saturday hours: 24-hour mobile notary service
  • Notary fee: About $100 for 1-2 documents, then $10 for each additional document; price may vary based on the location relative to an urban area.
  • Availability: Network of notaries available in all 50 states
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport
  • More information

Notarize

  • Saturday hours: 24-hour online notary
  • Notary fee: $25 for each notarization
  • Availability: Network of notaries available in all 50 states
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport
  • More Information

Other Places

Hospitals

  • Saturday hours: All day
  • Notary fee: Varies
  • Availability: Hospitals typically don’t staff notaries, but they can bring in independent notaries as needed
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport (Note: People do not always have proper ID with them when they are in a hospital for an emergency. In special circumstances, there may be ID document alternatives, such as providing credible witnesses)
  • More Information
  • Find a Pak Mail

Pak Mail

  • Saturday hours: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Varies by location; usually $5 to $15 per signature
  • Availability: Notaries are not available at all times, and at all locations.
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport
  • More Information
  • Find a Pak Mail

Public Libraries

  • Saturday hours: Vary by location; typically around 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Typically free
  • Availability: Most public libraries have notaries on staff
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport
  • Find a library

The UPS Store

  • Saturday hours: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Notary fee: Varies by location depending on your state’s maximum notary fees. The UPS Store locations we called in the Michigan and Oregon charged $10 per signature or $10 for the first signature and $5 each for any additional signatures.
  • Availability: Not all UPS locations offer this service; schedule an appointment online on the UPS Notary Services page.
  • Requirements: Government-issued ID or passport; appointment required
  • More Information
  • Find a UPS Store

What You Need to Get Something Notarized

To get a document notarized, you need to bring a valid, government-issued photo identification, payment for any fees, and the documents that you need notarized when you visit a notary. According to the National Notary Association website, the following documents are considered acceptable forms of ID:

  • State-issued driver’s license
  • State-issued identification card
  • U.S. passport issued by the U.S. Department of State
  • U.S. military ID
  • State, county, and local government IDs
  • Permanent resident card, or “green card,” issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

In Summary

There are a variety of places where you can turn if you need an important document notarized on a Saturday, including banks, mobile notaries, shipping stores, libraries, and even some hotels and check-cashing stores. While many local banks and shipping stores offer notary services on Saturdays, either free of charge or for a small fee, you may find the convenience of mobile notaries to be well worth the cost.

For more about notary services, we list more than 30 places to get something notarized near you, as well as places with notaries that are open on Sunday.