Schedule: Philippines Banks Christmas Holiday 2014 Banking Hours (BDO, BPI, MetroBank, PNB and other banks)

Largest banks in the Philippines have already released the complete extended hours and banking schedules of the upcoming Christmas Holiday Season for 2014.

The public is being reminded that from December 24, 2014 until January 4, 2015, only December 29 is the only regular banking day. But in order to serve the growing needs of their clients some banks have extended their banking hours.

BDO Unibank, Inc., commonly known as Banco de Oro and BDO, announced through its official Facebook page that select branches will remain open during the holidays. Below is the schedule of BDO from December 24 to January 2.

  • Dec. 24, 26, 30 and 31 – Shortened hours for selected branches
  • Dec. 25 and Jan. 1, 2015 – All branches are closed
  • Dec. 27 and 28 – Regular banking day for weekend banking branches
  • Dec. 29 – Regular banking day for ALL branches
  • Jan. 2, 2015 – Shortened hours for selected branches
  • Jan. 3 - 4, 2015 - Regular banking day for weekend banking branches

For the full list of BDO branches, please click on this link: http://bit.ly/HolidaySched24and26. Mall branches will be open until 3:00 PM on the 24th, and 5:00 PM on the 26th and other branches will be open until 1:00 PM on the 24th, and 3:00 PM on the 26th.

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) will be OPEN to serve the public on December 24 (half day), December 30 (whole day), and January 3, 2015 (whole day). For complete list of BPI branches schedule, please refer to their official website post.

According to Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, commonly known as Metrobank through its official website announcement, announced that select Metrobank branches across the country will be open on weekends (December 20,21,27,28; January 3, 4) and during the holidays (December 24, 26,30 31; January 2) to accommodate over-the-counter transactions. View the list of Metrobank branches and banking hours here.

On its Facebook post, Land Bank of the Philippines announced the following schedule below this holiday season.

  • Dec 24-26 -Closed
  • Dec 29 - Open (last banking day for the year)
  • Jan 2 - Open (LANDBANK Plaza Malate and Makati Business Center branches only)

Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), for its part, announced that they are open on December 24, 26, 30, 31, and January 2. View the list of RCBC branches and banking hours here.

In an announcement made by the Philippine National Bank (PNB) through its official Facebook page, its branches are OPEN on December 24 to 31, 2014 and January 1 to 4, 2015. For more details on the list of branches open, please view the PDF file here: http://bit.ly/PNBHolidayBanking.

Chinabank are open on December 24, according to their Facebook post. For the list of Chinabank branches open on Dec. 26, 30, 31, and Jan. 2, please visit this link: http://chinabank.ph/pdf/2014-Holiday-Banking-Schedule.pdf.

On its Facebook page, UnionBank of the Philippines said that they are OPEN on December 22,23 and 29, 2014 only.

Security Bank Corporation announced the select branches that are open from December 24 to January 4 with the exception of December 29 (Regular working day). Please click here to view the list.

Based on the report, Philippine Bank of Communications (PBCOM) said all of its branches will have extended banking hours on December 23 and 29. The bank said all branches will be OPEN from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm on Tuesday, December 23, 2014 and Monday, December 29, 2014.

All PBCOM branches will be closed during the following declared holidays: December 24, 25, 26, 30 & 31, 2014 and January 1 & 2, 2015. Regular banking will resume on January 5, 2015.

For United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB), please click here for the list of Branches open during the holidays of December 26, December 30 and December 27 (Saturday).

Maybank Philippines said some branches will be open on December 23, 26 27, 28, 29, January 3, 4 and 5. For the full list of open branches during the holidays, click here.

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