In observance of the upcoming holidays, all Arvest branches and the Customer Service line will close:

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Saturday, December 24 by 2:00 p.m. CST.

Monday, December 26

Monday, January 2


We will be open for regular business hours on Saturday, December 31.


For your convenience, you can bank 24/7 using:


An ATM near you

Arvest Go Mobile App

Arvest Online Banking with BlueIQ™

24-Hour Account Info Line


For some, the holiday season means sharing your home with friends and family. Preparing your home for the holidays can be stressful or overwhelming. Don’t know where to start? Use these 4 easy steps to get ready to host your holiday festivities this year!


You don’t have to wait for your “spring clean” routine to declutter your space. Decluttering now will help alleviate the post-holiday stress of feeling like you have too much in your house. Carry around a basket and work through getting rid of unnecessary items that you no longer need. You can start with the high-traffic areas of your house – such as the living room and kitchen. You may also consider donating lightly used household items or clothing.


Making time to do a deep clean on your home can leave you feeling refreshed and worry-free about inviting friends and family in. Remember, there’s no need to break the bank to make your guests feel welcomed. All it takes is a clean space and inviting them in.

Plan Ahead

Create to-do lists of any household chores or maintenance that need to be done before guests arrive. Seeing these written down will keep you organized and on track for completing these checklist items before hosting.

Simmer Pot

Who doesn’t love holiday scents? Bring festive smells into your home this year by creating a simmer pot. A simmer pot is made from a pot on the stove, turning your burner on low, and filling the pot with water, citrus, spices, and herbs! You may customize this to your favorite scents and your guests are sure to be impressed!

When preparing for the holidays seems too daunting for you, try out these helpful tips. To prevent burnout, remember to give yourself breaks during your preparation. We know that your holiday hosting will be a hit!