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Twelve Cities With the Highest and Lowest ATM Fees -- and Denver's Poor Performance

If you thought you were getting screwed on ATM fees, you were right. Bankrate has crunched the numbers for the cities with the lowest and highest ATM fees, and Denver's on the latter roster, with plenty of places that would seem to have higher costs of living offering better deals than here. Below, see photo-illustrated run-downs of the six cities with the lowest ATM fees, followed by the six with the highest, featuring Bankrate data.

See also: Ten Most Desirable Zip Codes in the Denver Area

Sixth Lowest ATM Fees: San Francisco Average ATM fee: $2.63

National average: $2.77

Fifth Lowest ATM Fees: Pittsburgh Average ATM fee: $2.60

National average: $2.77

Fourth Lowest ATM Fees: New York City Average ATM fee: $2.60

National average: $2.77

Continue to keep counting down the cities with the highest and lowest ATM fees. Third Lowest ATM Fees: Baltimore Average ATM fee: $2.60

National average: $2.77

Second Lowest ATM Fees: Atlanta Average ATM fee: $2.60

National average: $2.77

Lowest ATM Fees: Cincinnati Average ATM fee: $2.50

National average: $2.77

Continue to keep counting down the cities with the highest ATM fees. Sixth Highest ATM Fees: Minneapolis Average ATM fee: $2.92

National average: $2.77

Fifth Highest ATM Fees: Milwaukee Average ATM fee: $2.93

National average: $2.77

Fourth Highest ATM Fees: Seattle Average ATM fee: $2.95

National average: $2.77

Continue to keep counting down the cities with the highest ATM fees. Third Highest ATM Fees: Denver Average ATM fee: $3

National average: $2.77

Second Highest ATM Fees: Houston Average ATM fee: $3.06

National average: $2.77

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Highest ATM Fees: Phoenix Average ATM fee: $3.10

National average: $2.77

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