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Madison, WI Cash Advance and Title Loans

Loan Options in Madison, WI Loan Limit*
Cash Advance/Installment Loans $3,000
Title Loans $25,000
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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 Do You Need To Bring In

Required Documents

  • 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 and/or debit card
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

Customer Testimonials in Madison, WI

"I did not have updated bank statements and pay stubs since I had not used the Cash Store for at least 1 year. The store manager was very helpful in letting me know which documents were required and that I could go online to obtain them." - Lisa K.
"Courteous, professional staff, and very importantly for me, I didn't feel embarrassed because I needed your financial assistance. I'm welcomed and treated with respect, just like anyone else going to a bank, etc., for loan assistance. Thank you!" - Nancy F.

1111 N Sherman Ave, Madison, WI 53704

Phone: (608) 241-0035

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

Get Directions


2 miles south of the Dane County Airport. 5 miles northeast of the University of Wisconsin Madison and Camp Randall Stadium.

Public Transit:

A bus stop is located 100 yards northeast of the Cash Store on the other side of Sherman Avenue.

Driving Directions:

From Hwy. 30, head west until it merges onto Aberg Avenue. Take Aberg Avenue for 1 mile and turn left onto Sherman Avenue heading south. The Cash Store will be on your left at the corner of Sherman Avenue and Aberg Avenue in the Northgate Shopping Center, right next to the Tobacco outlet.

Information on Madison, Wisconsin

In a 2012 study, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine named Madison, Wisconsin as the best city for young adults. Madison was ranked just ahead of southern rival and live music mecca, Austin, TX, for this honor. The study cited the extremely low unemployment rate, the availability of jobs, the burgeoning online startup scene, and the availability of so many free entertainment options as the reason for the city’s selection. In another study conducted in 2012, USA Today declared that Madison was “America’s Best College Football Town.” The University of Wisconsin Badgers football team has played at Camp Randall Stadium since 1895, making it the single oldest football stadium in the Big Ten conference. Over the decades, the Badgers have developed into a football power with a rich tradition to rival the best college football programs in the country - yet another reason why Madison is such a great place for young folks.
Madison is also Wisconsin’s capital city with a population just over 236,000, making it the second largest city in the state. Now just because it’s the capital doesn’t mean that living in Madison has to be expensive. There are lots of ways to save money and live well in “Mad City”. You can find free things in a few of the normal online spots like Craigslist and freecycle.org, or you can check out a locally-owned website, Madison Stuff Exchange, which encourages residents to give away items for free and/or sell at a cheap rate. If you want to get out and do things, there are low cost and free activities throughout the city such as visiting the James Watrous Gallery at the Overture Center for the Arts, walking through the Dane County Farmer’s Market on the Square, or taking in a lunchtime musical at Lunch Time Live.
Madison, WI Living Costs
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom $849.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedroom $956.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner $46.95
Average Water Bill $51.68
Average High Speed Internet Bill $49.00
Average Electric Bill $92.00
Average Natural Gas Bill $63.33
Average Cable TV Bill $30.00
Average Phone Bill $134.00
Madison, WI Transportation Costs
Metro Transit Base Fare $2.00
Metro Transit Day Pass $4.50
Metro Transit 31 Day Pass $58.00
Madison Taxi Fare - Flag Pull $4.00
Madison Taxi Fare - Rate per Mile $2.20
Union Cab Fare - Flag Pull $2.50
Union Cab Fare - Rate per Mile $2.40
Madison, WI Arts and Outdoors Costs
Madison Children's Museum $7.95
Overture Center for the Arts FREE
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art FREE
James Watrous Gallery FREE
Chazen Museum of Art FREE
Geology Museum FREE
Wisconsin Veterans Museum FREE
Wisconsin State Capital FREE
Governor's Mansion FREE
Monona Terrace FREE
Olbrich Botanical Gardens FREE
Aldo Leopold Nature Center FREE
The Arboretum at the University of Wisconsin FREE
Allen Centennial Gardens FREE
Henry Vilas Zoo FREE
Art Fair on the Square FREE
Dane County Farmer's Market on the Square FREE
Annual International Festival FREE
Hot Summer Nights FREE
Lunch Time Live FREE
Jazz at 5:00 FREE
Concerts on the Square FREE
Madison, WI Sporting Events (Lowest Prices)
University of Wisconsin Badgers Spring Football $5.00
University of Wisconsin Badgers Football $45.00
University of Wisconsin Badgers Men's Basketball $24.00
University of Wisconsin Badgers Men's Hockey $20.00
University of Wisconsin Badgers Volleyball $5.00


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