Boise, ID Cash Advance and Title Loans
|Your Loan Options in Boise, ID||Loan Limit*|
|Auto Equity Loans||$20,000|
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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
- A 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 Boise, ID
The Cash Store is located a quarter of a mile west of Stevens-Henager College.
The Overland Road/Cole Road bus stop is located a half a mile east of the Cash Store.
From IH-84 East exit Cole Road (exit #50A). Go on the loop around Steven-Henager College and merge over one lane to the left onto Overland Road heading west. Go about .3 miles past Entertainment Avenue and the Cash Store will be in a strip mall on the north side of the street between Payless ShoeSource and PS Nails.
Quarter of a mile west of North Gate Shopping Center. 1 mile north of Memorial Stadium and Western Idaho Fairgrounds.
The State Street/Saxton Drive bus stop is located 1/2 blocks northwest of the Cash Store on Saxton Drive.
From IH-84, exit Eagle Road (exit #46) and head north for 6.6 miles. Turn right onto State Street/Hwy. 44 and drive east for 4.2 miles. The Cash Store will be on your right, just after Saxton Drive, across the street from Walmart and next door to Radioshack.
Directly south of Taft Elementary School across Anderson Street. Caddy corner from Veterans Memorial State Park.
The State Street/Veterans Way bus stop is located in front of Wendy's, across the street from the Cash Store.
From IH-184 exit Curtis Road (exit 2). Head north on Curtis Road for 2.5 miles. Curtis Road will become Veterans Parkway. Continue on Veterans Parkway until you reach State Street. The Cash Store is located at the intersection of Veterans Parkway and State Street, facing Wendy's and caddy corner to Veterans Memorial State Park.
More Information on Boise, Idaho
The city of Boise, Idaho began as a fort to protect settlers traveling along the Oregon Trail. Today, Boise is Idaho’s capital and the state’s largest city by population with nearly 206,000 residents. In recent years, Boise has made national headlines due to the prowess of the Boise State University football team. Known as the “Flutie Effect”, a phenomenon where a school’s popularity rises from having a successful sports program, Boise State University saw a tremendous increase in student enrollment after the 2007 college football season when the team finished undefeated and ranked in the top 5.
Men’s Health magazine also gave Boise more national exposure by recently naming it as the best city for men. Taking into account health, quality of life, and fitness, Boise beat out places like San Francisco, Austin, and Portland, Oregon. Men’s Health cited Boise’s lack of commute time as one of the major factors for the town’s unique designation. The average commute time in Boise is around 18 minutes which is way below the national average for large metropolitan areas. Less time spent in traffic leads to more time for sleep, exercise and eating healthy, according to Men’s Health Magazine.
With more free time on their hands, Boise residents can take advantage of the low-cost or free activities that are available in the city. For example, Boise has more than 100 free parks which have sports facilities for volleyball, football, skateboarding, and even cricket! The city is also home to museums such as the Idaho Black History Museum and the Idaho Military Museum which offer free tours to the public. With so many cost effective things to do, it’s not surprising that Boise is such a highly regarded city.
Here is some additional information and facts on Boise, ID:
|Boise, ID Cost of Living|
|Median Home Cost||$136,400.00|
|Average Rent - 1 Bedroom||$612.00|
|Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms||$704.00|
|Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner||$32.50|
|Average Water Bill||$15.00|
|Average High Speed Internet Bill||$60.00|
|Average Electric Bill||$100.00|
|Average Cable Bill||$60.00|
|Boise, ID Transportation Costs|
|Valleyride Local Transit Base Fare||$1.00|
|Valleyride Universal Transit Base Fare||$3.00|
|Valleyride Local Day Pass||$2.00|
|Valleyride Universal Day Pass||$6.00|
|Valleyride Local 31 Day Pass||$36.00|
|Valleyride Universal 31 Day Pass||$70.00|
|Boise City Taxi Fare - Flag Pull||$2.40|
|Boise City Taxi Fare - Rate per Mile||$2.40|
|Boise, ID Arts and Outdoors Costs|
|Idaho Black History Museum||FREE|
|Basque Museum & Culture Center||$4.00|
|Idaho State Capitol||FREE|
|Museum of Mining and Geology||$2.00|
|Idaho State Museum||$5.00|
|Idaho Military Museum||FREE|
|Idaho Botanical Garden||$5.00|
|Old Idaho Penitentiary||$5.00|
|Parks around the City||FREE|
|Boise, ID Sporting Events|
|Boise State University Spring Football||$9.00|
|Boise State University Football||$32.00|
|Boise State University Men's Basketball||$29.00|
|Boise State University Softball||$6.00|
|Boise State University Track and Field||$6.00|
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