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Saginaw, MI Cash Advance

Loan Options in Saginaw, MI Loan Limit*
Cash Advance $600
Cash Loans $600
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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 Saginaw, MI

"The girls there were friendly and non judgmental. It's a hard hit of pride for some of us needing to ask for help. I really appreciate that the employees are quick and efficient and understanding to the customers." - Brandi A.

"The ladies that work their are very professional, very nice, and they make me laugh. It's one of those places where you just want to go because of the atmosphere is great." - Deandrea S.

3220 Tittabawassee Rd, Saginaw, MI 48604

Phone: (989) 792-0401

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

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3 miles south of Saginaw Valley State University. 2 blocks west of Fashion Square Mall.

Public Transit:

There is a bus stop located 1 block east of the Cash Store near the corner of Tittabawassee Road and Bay Road.

Driving Directions:

From IH-675 exit Tittabawassee Road (exit #6). Head west on Tittabawassee Road for 1 mile. The Cash Store is on the right at the intersection with Fortune Boulevard/Bueker Drive, next to the Meijer gas station.

Some more facts about Saginaw, Michigan

The first people to live at the site that would become the city of Saginaw, Michigan were the Sauk people. The term “Saginaw” itself is believed to mean “where the Sauk were” in the language of the Ojibwe tribe who drove out the Sauk people from their lands. The first permanent European settlement was established in 1815 when Louis Campau built a trading post on the west bank of the Saginaw River. In 1819, the United States Army established a fort near the trading post and named it Fort Saginaw. Fort Saginaw became Saginaw, MI which was incorporated as a city in 1857.

Saginaw is now estimated to have a population of 51,000. It is situated in Saginaw County, MI on roughly eighteen square miles of land. The city is the county seat for Saginaw County and is part of what is locally referred to as the Tri-Cities, a geographical area comprising the cities of Saginaw, MI, Midland, MI, and Bay City, MI. Saginaw is also part of the greater Flint, MI, Tri-Cities region.

The main entertainment district for Saginaw can be found in the downtown area, where places such as the Children’s Zoo and the Dow Event Center can be found. The Saginaw Children’s Zoo hosts many events such as Pancakes with Penguins and Zoo Boo, which allows children to dress up in costumes and go trick-or-treating at the zoo throughout the month of October. The Japanese Cultural Center, Tea House, and Gardens of Saginaw offer visitors a glimpse into the Japanese culture. It was opened in 1971 as a result of its 52 year Sister-City relationship with Tokushima, Japan. Finally, Saginaw is also home to two professional sports teams, an indoor football team, the Saginaw Sting, which plays in the Continental Indoor Football League, and the Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League.
Saginaw, MI Living Costs
Median Home Cost $77,450
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom $430.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms $579.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner $29.00
Average Electricity Bill $103.31
Average High Speed Internet Bill $44.67
Average Cable TV Bill $52.00
Average Phone Bill $28.21
Saginaw, MI Transportation Costs
STARS Public Transit - Adult $1.25
STARS Public Transit - Seniors and Disabled $.60
STARS Public Transit - Children 42” or taller $1.25
STARS Public Transit - Children shorter than 42” FREE
Saginaw, MI Activities Costs
Saginaw Art Museum - Adults $5.00
Saginaw Art Museum - Students $3.00
Saginaw Art Museum - 65 yrs and over $3.00
Saginaw Art Museum - 15 yrs and under FREE
Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum FREE
Castle Museum of Saginaw County History - Adults $1.00
Castle Museum of Saginaw County History - Children FREE
Saginaw Railway Museum FREE
Saginaw Zoo - 1 yr and older $7.00
Saginaw Zoo - 11 months and under FREE
Saginaw Zoo - Thrifty Tuesdays $5.00
Saginaw Japanese Cultural Center Tea House and Gardens FREE
Saginaw Greek Festival FREE
Saginaw Cinco de Mayo Festival FREE
Saginaw, MI Sporting Event Costs
Saginaw Spirit - Adults $13.50 - $17.50
Saginaw Spirit - 3 to 12 yrs old $10.50 - $17.50
Saginaw Spirit - 62 yrs and over $11.50 - $17.50
Saginaw Sting - First 2 rows $25.00
Saginaw Sting - Lower level reserved $15.00
Saginaw Sting - Upper bowl $10.00


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