The cash pool is a group of banks which allows its customers to access a common ATM (Cash Machine) infrastructure of any member banks in order to make free cash withdrawals in Germany. It was founded in 2000 by SEB, Citibank (now Targobank) and the Sparda banks.
Number of Cash Pool ATM Machines
As of 2013, there are about 2,900 ATM machines in the cash pool.
Charges for withdrawal for Cash Pool Bank ATM (Cash Machines)
Cash Withdrawal from any of the ATMs from the cash pool banks is free of cost.
Foreign customers are charged a flat fee of € 1.95 per withdrawal.
Locating nearest ATM
Customers can search for the nearest ATMs using the website www.cash-pool.de.
A smartphone app for locating the nearest ATM is also available for download in the iTunes Store and Google play .
Current Cash Pool members
- Degussa Bank GmbH
- netbank AG,
- Santander Consumer Bank AG,
- Sparda Banken-Gruppe
- Wüstenrot Bank AG Pfandbriefbank,
- Anton Hafner OHG, Bankgeschäft,
- Bank für Sozialwirtschaft AG,
- Bankhaus Bauer,
- Bankhaus C. L. Seeliger,
- Bankhaus E. Mayer AG,
- Bankhaus Gebr. Martin AG,
- Bankhaus J. Faisst OHG,
- Bankhaus Ludwig Sperrer KG,
- Bankhaus Max Flessa KG,
- Bank Schilling & Co. AG,
- Bankverein Werther AG, ,
- BBBank eG,
- Citibank Privatkunden AG & Co. KGaA,
- Conrad Hinrich Donner Bank AG,
- Fürstlich Castell’sche Bank, Credit-Casse AG,
- Gabler-Saliter Bankgeschäft KG,
- GE Money Bank GmbH,
- Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG,
- Merkur Bank KGaA,
- National-Bank AG,
- Pax-Bank eG,
- SEB AG,
- Steyler Bank GmbH,
- Südwestbank AG,
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The App is NOT available unless you are registered in the German Apple Store (using an address in Germany that your credit card is registered to). You can’t use the app otherwise. The cash pool.de website doesn’t work on safari mobile!