Have a Chase ATM Card? Life is About to Get a Little Easier

By Christopher Maag

If you’re a Chase bank customer who somehow finds it difficult to locate any of the bank’s roughly 2 gadjillion ATMs, your life is about to get a little easier. The nation’s largest bank announced last week that will install 800 new ATMs at ampm gas stations across California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Washington state.

About three-quarters of the new machines will be in California, bringing the total number of Chase ATMs in California to 16 bajillion. (Or, actually, 4,000.)

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“We are making banking even more convenient for millions of Chase customers, especially in California,” Jim Sutton, Chase’s chief of ATM expansion, said in a press release.

More places to get cash may also help the gas station chain sell more gasoline and snacks.

“We expect this to help generate additional fuel purchases and in-store sales, further strengthening the ampm brand,” ampm President Bill Fry said in a press release.

This story originally appeared on Credit.com.

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