Las Cruces, NM Cash Advances and Title Loans
|Loan Options in Las Cruces, NM||Loan Limit*|
|Cash Advance/Installment Loans||$5,000|
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- A recent paycheck stub or other proof of income
- The most recent checking account statement (account must be open 30 days)
- A personal check or debit card
- Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID
Customer Testimonials in Las Cruces, NM
3 miles north of the New Mexico State University.
Bus stop 300 feet east of the Cash Store along Walton Boulevard.
From IH-25 exit Lohman Avenue (exit #3). Go west on Lohman Avenue for a quarter of a mile and turn right onto Walton Boulevard. The Cash Store will be on your left, next to GameStop and Wendy's, across the street from Walmart.
2 miles northwest of the New Mexico State University.
Bus stop located approximately 200 feet to the west of the Cash Store.
From IH-10 exit Avenida De Mesilla (exit #140). Go north on Avenida De Mesilla for 1 block and make a right on Valley Drive. After 1 block, make a left onto Hickory Drive. The Cash Store will be on your right, located in a strip mall in between Payless ShoeSource and Cato.
1 mile north of the Dona Ana Community College East Campus.
No public transit available.
From downtown Las Cruces, take Interstate 25 (Canam Highway) north towards US Highway 70. Take exit 6 onto US Highway 70 East. Head east on US Highway 70 for approximately 1 mile and exit onto Rinconada Boulevard. Turn right onto Rinconada Boulevard. The Cash Store will be on your left, in a shopping center across the street from Walmart.
More details about Las Cruces, New MexicoWith a population of nearly 98,000, Las Cruces, NM is the second largest city in New Mexico. Also known as “The City of Crosses”, Las Cruces is one of the oldest settlements in North America. It was first colonized by the Spaniards as early as 1598 but wasn’t officially incorporated as a town until 1907. During that long time span, the city has been a part of Spain, Mexico, The Republic of Texas, The Confederacy, and finally the United States.
Las Cruces showcases its rich history and culture through various attractions and activities. The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum covers the state’s long history of farming and ranching through interactive exhibits. The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science features science-related exhibits and helps educate visitors about the environment of the Chihuahuan Desert and southern New Mexico. Popular events in Las Cruces include The Whole Enchilada Festival, a three-day event that celebrates the traditions and food of New Mexico. Another popular event is The Day of the Dead, which is a Mexican festival that honors deceased friends and relatives.
Outdoor enthusiasts will find that Las Cruces is an ideal destination. On average, the city has about 350 days of sunshine each year. Couple that weather with natural features like the nearby Organ and Robledo Mountains and you have the perfect spot for hikers and campers. Because there is so much public land around Las Cruces, the cost of camping is also a bargain when compared to other parts of the country. In many areas, campers can find camp ground prices as low as $10 per night.
|Las Cruces, NM Living Costs|
|Median Home Cost||$139,800.00|
|Average Rent - 1 Bedroom||$450.00|
|Average Rent - 3 Bedrooms||$1,050.00|
|Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner||$38.00|
|Average High Speed Internet Bill||$50.00|
|Average Electric Bill||$113.48|
|Average Cable TV Bill||$38.00|
|Average Phone Bill||$28.26|
|Las Cruces, NM Public Transportation Costs|
|Roadrunner Transit - 19 yrs to 59 yrs||$1.00|
|Roadrunner Transit - 6 yrs to 8 yrs, Students, Medicare Holders, 60 yrs or older, Disabled||$.50|
|Roadrunner Transit - 5 yrs and under||FREE|
|Las Cruces, NM Activities Costs|
|Las Cruces Museum of Art||FREE|
|New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum - Adults||$5.00|
|New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum - 60 yrs and over||$3.00|
|New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum - 5 yrs to 17 yrs||$2.00|
|New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum - 4 yrs and under, Military Veterans||FREE|
|The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science||FREE|
|Las Cruces Railroad Museum||FREE|
|Branigan Cultural Center||FREE|
|Harvest Wine Festival||$5.00|
|The Day of the Dead Marathon Series - Day Pass||$80.00|
|The Day of the Dead Marathon Series - Half Day Pass||$60.00|
|Whole Enchilada Festival||FREE|
|Las Cruces Music in the Park Series||FREE|
|Las Cruces, NM Sporting Event Costs|
|New Mexico State University Football - General Admission (lowest price)||$10.00|
|New Mexico State University Baseball - Adults||$6.00|
|New Mexico State University Baseball - 12 yrs and under||FREE|
|Las Cruces Kings (Semi-Professional Football Team)||FREE|
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