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Springfield, IL Cash Advance and Title Loans

Loan Options in Springfield, IL Loan Limit*
Cash Advance/Installment Loans $2,650
Title Loans $4,000
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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 Springfield, IL

"I am always greeted cordially, professionally, and personally by name on site. Even on a bad day they make you feel good." - Elizabeth C.

"The people that work there are very friendly, and always put a smile on your face. Never once did I feel that they made me feel bad about getting a loan. I also loved the way they called me to remind me when the loan was due." - Jennifer C.

2512 N Dirksen Pkwy, Springfield, IL 62702

Phone: (217) 492-1172

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

Get Directions


3 miles east of the Illinois State Fairgrounds.

Public Transit:

Bus Stop located behind the Cash Store in the Walmart parking lot.

Driving Directions:

From IH-55 exit Sangamon Avenue (exit #100B) and head west. Go to the first stop light and turn right onto Dirksen Parkway. Go 1 mile north on Dirksen Parkway and the Cash Store is on the right in the same strip mall as Payless Shoesource and Game Stop across the street from Goodwill.

More information about Springfield, Illinois

Springfield, Illinois is a city that is deeply rooted in the history of the United States of America mainly because of one former resident, Abraham Lincoln. Mr. Lincoln arrived in the Springfield area in the early 1830’s where he studied law, became a practicing lawyer, and began his career as a politician. As a testament to Abraham Lincoln’s influence on the city, Springfield is home to several historical sites dedicated to the 16th president of the United States. Some of these historical sites include the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, the Lincoln Home National Historic Site, and Lincoln’s Tomb. Springfield is also the current capital of Illinois, a distinction that came about do to efforts spearheaded by Abraham Lincoln and his associates.

Currently, Springfield, Illinois has a population of 116,000 and, aside from being the state capital, is also the county seat of Sangamon County, Illinois. Springfield residents enjoy a low cost of living and an unemployment rate that this 15% lower than the national average. The local economy is mainly centered around the various state and federal agencies that are headquartered in the city. It is also home to three universities, a medical college, and is the birthplace of one of the country’s foremost civil rights organizations, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Springfield, IL Living Costs
Median Home Cost $100,300.00
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom $520.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms $635.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner $30.00
Average High Speed Internet Bill $50.00
Average Natural Gas Bill $45.00
Average Cable TV Bill $52.36
Springfield, IL Transportation Costs
Springfield Mass Transit District - 5 yrs and over $1.25
Springfield Mass Transit District - 65 yrs and over & disabled $.60
Springfield Mass transit District - 4 yrs and under , 1 to 2 children with an adult FREE
Springfield Mass Transit District - 4 yrs and under, more than 2 with an adult $.60
Springfield Mass Transit District - Transfers FREE
Springfield Mass Transit District - Standard Discount Pass, 20 rides $20.00
Springfield Mass Transit District - Disability Pass, 20 rides $12.00
Springfield Mass Transit District - Senior (65 or older) Pass, 20 rides $12.00
Springfield, IL Arts and Outdoors Costs
Lincoln Home National Historic Site FREE
Clayville Historic Site FREE
Elijah Iles House $3.00
Museum of Springfield History FREE
Illinois State Museum FREE
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum $6.00 - $12.00
Adams Wildlife Sanctuary FREE
Henson Robinson Zoo $3.50 - $5.25
Eisenhower Aquatics Center $3.75 - $4.25
Washington Park Botanical Garden FREE
Springfield Park District FREE
Springfield, IL Sporting Event Costs
University of Illinois at Springfield Sports - Adults $6.00
University of Illinois at Springfield Sports - Children FREE
University of Illinois at Springfield Sports - Students FREE
Springfield Jr. Blues Single Ticket $5.00 - $10.00
Springfield Jr. Blues 1-3 Season Tickets $150.00
Springfield Jr. Blues 4 Pack Season Tickets $550.00


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