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Alice, TX Cash Advance and Title Loans

Your Loan Options in Alice, TX Loan Limit*
Cash Advance/Installment Loans $3,000
Title Loans $20,000

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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

1900 Dr N W Atkinson Blvd Ste 200, Alice, TX 78332

Phone: (361) 396-0504

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

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2 miles northeast of downtown Alice, TX. 1.5 miles northeast of Alice Memorial Stadium.

Public Transit:

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Driving Directions:

From downtown Alice, TX head north on E. Main Street/Hwy. 44/Hwy. 359 for approximately 2 miles. Turn left onto Dr. N.W. Atkinson Boulevard. The Cash Store is located in the shopping plaza adjacent to Walmart, next door to Domino's and across the street from Chili's.

More details about Alice, TX

Alice, Texas can literally trace its existence to a simple twist of fate. As the story goes, back in the late 1800’s, a railroad company wanted to put a rail line through what was then the town of Collins, TX. When the residents of Collins decided against the idea, the railroad company was forced to change its plans and relocated the railroad a few miles outside of Collins at a railway junction known as Bandana. Within a few years, Bandana went through a couple of name changes and the town that grew around Bandana was eventually renamed into what is now Alice, TX.

Not only is Alice the county seat for Jim Wells County, it is also known for being the cultural center of Tejano Music. Early in its history, Alice’s economy was dependent on the cattle industry mainly due to the railroads and its central location between San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and many of the larger towns along the Rio Grande River. That changed around the middle of the last century when oil was discovered nearby. To this day, Alice is considered an oil town with several oil drilling companies having a presence in Alice, TX.

Alice, TX Facts
Estimated Population 19,600
Population Density per Square Mile 1,593
Population Change Since 2000 1%
Median Age 34 yrs old
Estimated Number of Households 6,640
Alice, TX Living Costs
Median Home Sales Price $106,600.00
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom $520.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms $779.00
Average Electric Bill $143.45
Average Phone Bill $26.16
Alice, TX Activities Costs
South Texas Museum Free
Alice, TX Sporting Event Costs
Alice High School Football - General Admission $6.00
Alice High School Football - Stidents $3.00

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