You can get $2 bills from many banks, including Bank of America, Fifth Third Bank, and Wells Fargo.
You can also find them through some online retailers like Amazon and eBay.
See our list below for places where you can get $2 bills.
Banks and Credit Unions
Most banks offer $2 bills, according to the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
We spoke with representatives from several banks to confirm that they can provide $2 bills.
While there aren’t any fees related to withdrawing $2 bills, banks might not have $2 bills on hand at all times. You may want to call in advance so it can order the bills for you.
We found that the following banks offer $2 bills at all locations. (Note: Select the name of the bank to find your nearest branch.)
- Arvest Bank
- Bank of America
- Bank OZK (formerly Bank of the Ozarks)
- Capital One
- Chase Bank
- Citizens Bank
- Fifth Third Bank
- First Horizon Bank
- First Republic Bank
- Huntington Bank
- TD Bank
- U.S. Bank
- Wells Fargo
In addition to the banks listed above, all legitimate banks can reach out to the Federal Reserve to get freshly minted bills; you can contact your local branch to request this service.
Note banks have a minimum number of bills to order (usually a sheet of 100 bills).
Note that the safest place to exchange bills is at a bank. Online sellers may provide counterfeit bills or feature listings for $2 bills that are not legal currency (such as collectible or “gag gift” bills that look similar to real bills).
Check the following online retailers to find your options:
Places That Don’t Have $2 Bills
While some retailers may occasionally have them, most stores don’t offer $2 bills. They’re still in circulation, but people tend to keep them, and cash registers don’t have space for them.
The following places generally don’t have $2 bills on hand:
- Best Buy
- Dollar General
- The Home Depot
- Rite Aid
- Trader Joe’s
- Whole Foods
For more information on unique currency, see our research on where to get silver dollars and other dollar coins.