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Lansing, MI Cash Advance

Loan Options in Lansing, MI Loan Limit*
Cash Advance $600
Cash Loans $600
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    Start your application online and save time using our short, secure form.

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    Gather the required documents and bring them with you to a Cash Store location.

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    Pick up your cash the very same day - no overnight wait!

What to Bring to the Cash Store

Bring These Documents to Complete Your Application

  • Your most recent paycheck stub or other proof of income
  • The most recent checking account statement (account must be open 30 days)
  • A personal check
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

Customer Testimonials in Lansing, MI

"It's kind of uncomfortable to have to take an advance on your payroll, but the employees make it a very pleasant experience. The employees are also always so friendly and nice that I would be happy to tell my friends and family about my Cash Store experience." - Adrienne S.

"What AWESOME people you have at your store!! Very personable and professional at the same time. “Morgan” handled mine today; she’s from another store and was helping out. Elaine was also VERY friendly and helpful today. Thank you!! I’ll definitely be doing some referrals." - Susan W.

5525 S Cedar St Ste 3, Lansing, MI 48911

Phone: (517) 887-6124

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat

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2 miles southwest of Hawk Island Park. 5 miles southwest of Michigan State University.

Public Transit:

Bus stop directly in front of the Cash Store along Cedar Street.

Driving Directions:

From IH-96, exit Cedar Street (exit #104). Head north on Cedar street for about 2 miles. The Cash Store will be on the right just after Northup Street, across the street form Burger King..

619 N Marketplace Blvd Ste F, Lansing, MI 48917

Phone: (517) 622-4974

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat

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2.5 miles southwest of Great Lakes Christian College. 2 miles west of Lansing Mall.

Public Transit:

Not Available

Driving Directions:

From IH-96/IH-69 exit Saginaw Highway/M-43. Go west on Saginaw Highway/M-43 for a quarter of a mile and turn left (south) onto Marketplace Boulevard. The Cash Store will be immediately on your right in a strip mall with Subway, GameStop and Pier 1. The strip mall is directly north of Walmart.

Additional information on Lansing, Michigan

The first settlers that came to the area that would eventually become Lansing, Michigan were tricked into coming to Michigan by a land scheme. These settlers, mostly from the state of New York, thought they had purchased land in an already established town in central Michigan. When they arrived to the area, they quickly realized the nature of the scam. Instead of returning home, many of the settlers decided to stay and quickly built their own settlement that they named Lansing Township. In 1847, the Michigan legislature decided that the state needed a new capital city somewhere in the center of the state. After much debate, Lansing Township was selected as the site of the new capital. Officials then decided to remove the word “township” to form the city’s current name of Lansing.

Lansing, Michigan commonly referred to as L-Town, is now the fifth largest city in Michigan with just over 114,000 residents. If you include the greater metropolitan area, the population grows to more than half a million people. The city has become one of Michigan’s centers of government, culture, and education. Lansing is not only the location of the state’s highest government institutions, but is also home to Michigan State University, two of the state’s medical schools, the Michigan Historic Center, and two law schools, and some of the country’s largest insurance companies.

For those who happen to find themselves in the Lansing area, here are a couple of resources for enjoying the city on a budget. EatLansing.com offers a daily steal food special from local restaurants. If you want to go out for a night on the town, you can find coupons at LansingNightOut.com. In addition to information on enjoying the Lansing night life, the site also offers deals on dining out from local restaurants. The city also offers plenty of low-cost activities for residents such as Frost Fest, Festival of the Moon and Sun, Lansing JazzFest, Capital City Dragon Boat Race, Common Ground Music Festival, and Be A Tourist in Your Own Town.
Lansing, MI Living Costs
Median Home Cost $90,000.00
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom $507.00 - $631.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner $45.00
Average High Speed Internet Bill $44.75
Average Cable Bill $39.99
Average Phone Bill $28.21
Average Electric Bill $103.31
Lansing, MI Transportation Costs
CATA Zone 1 - One Way Fare $1.25
CATA Zone 2 - One Way Fare $2.50
CATA Shopping Bus - Round Trip Fare $2.00
CATA Rural - One Way Fare $2.25
CATA Spec-Tran Zone 1 - One Way Fare $2.50
CATA Spec-Tran Zone 2 - One Way Fare $5.00
Capital Transport Cab Fare - Flag Pull $3.50
Capitol Transport Cab Fare - Rate per Mile $2.00
Lansing, MI Museum Costs
Michigan Historical Museum - Adults $6.00
Michigan Historical Museum - 65 yr and over $4.00
Michigan Historical Museum - 6 yr to 17 yrs $2.00
Michigan Historical Museum - 5 yrs and under FREE
Impression 5 Science Center - 1 yr and older $5.00
Impression 5 Science Center - under 1 yr old FREE
Impression 5 Science Center - Seniors $4.50
R.E. Olds Transportation Museum - Adults $6.00
R.E. Olds Transportation Museum - Seniors and Students $4.00
Woldumar Nature Center $1.00
Michigan State University Museum FREE
Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum FREE
Lansing, MI Event Costs
Lansing, Michigan Frost Fest - Advance tickets $15.00
Lansing, Michigan Frost Fest - Tickets purchased at the door $20.00
Festival of the Moon - Advance purchase $12.00
Festival of the Moon - Tickets purchased at the gate $15.00
Festival of the Sun - Advance purchase
Festival of the Sun - Tickets purchased at the gate $20.00
Lansing JazzFest FREE
Michigan Mosaic Music Festival FREE
Be A Tourist in Your Own Town FREE
Lansing, MI Sporting Event Costs
Michigan State University Football - General Admission (lowest price) $13.00
Michigan State University Football - Season Tickets $395.00
Michigan State University Men's Basketball - General Admission (lowest price) $15.00
Lansing Lugnuts - Box Seats $11.00
Lansing Lugnuts - Seating on the Lawn $8.00


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