Itau Boleto


Itau is one of the largest banks in Brazil and offers several financial services to its customers. One of the most used services is the payment of slips. In this blog, let’s talk about how to pay Itau slips and all the important information about this process.

How to Pay Itau Bullets

To pay an Itau ticket, you can use different service channels offered by the bank. See below for the available options:

  1. Internet Banking: Visit your account through the Itau website and make the ticket quickly and safely.
  2. Bank agencies: head to an Itau branch and pay the ticket in the cashier.
  3. ATMs: Use Itau ATMs to make the payment of the ticket.


Before paying the ticket, make sure all information is correct, such as amount, due date and barcode. If there is any errors, contact Itau to get guidance on how to proceed.

Other information about Itau slips:

Itau offers the option of payment of overdue slips, but it is important to note that interest and fines can be charged in such cases. Therefore, it is recommended that you make the payment within the due date to avoid these additional charges.

In addition, Itau provides a duplicate issuance service of slips if you have lost the original or need a copy for some other reason. This service can be accessed by Internet Banking or directly at a bank branch.

Service Channel
Opening hours

Internet Banking 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Bank branches Schedule
ATMs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

It is important to emphasize that the payment of itau slips is subject to the fares and conditions established by the bank. Therefore, it is recommended that you consult the updated information on the official website of Itau or contact the bank to obtain all the necessary information.

Click here to access the Itau website and get more information about payment of slips.

Source: Itau’s Official Website

We hope this blog was useful for you to understand how to pay Itau slips. If you have any questions or need more information, do not hesitate to contact Itau or consult the bank’s official website.

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