Tuesday, August 25 2020
The economy is recovering, but things are still a little shaky out there. Many people are looking for ways to leverage what they have to get some extra money.
One common action people take is to use valuable items — such as artwork — to get some extra cash temporarily. Many times, this happens at pawn shops.
But is pawning your art a legit way to get money from your artwork? Or should you go the traditional route, such as using an auction house or selling to someone privately? Read on to see why a pawn shop is a viable option.
Get Cash Fast... Without Losing Your Artwork
Pawn shops offer you the unique opportunity to leverage your art for cash today — yet you don’t have to let go of your art. This is possible through pawn loans.
Pawn loans require no credit checks, and you can get them in as little as a day. You secure the loan with your artwork. As long as you pay back the loan balance plus fees and interest in 30 days, you get your art back.
In many cases, borrowers aren’t getting a pawn loan out of necessity or desperation. Perhaps a unique investment opportunity presents itself to you, but you don’t get paid until next week. Pawning your art provides you that capital to buy into said investment opportunity. Then, you can pay back the loan when you receive your paycheck.
What If You Sell Your Art?
Perhaps you aren’t as attached to your art, and you’d rather earn money that you don’t have to pay back. That’s understandable.
Pawn shops make it easy to sell your art, too.
See, the traditional routes take time. If you sell to someone else, you might have to go through a broker. You’ll endure a lengthy appraisal process and owe commissions to your broker (and perhaps other parties involved in the process).
What if you use an auction house?
In this case, you won’t have the final say on your artwork’s price. Whoever has the best bid, wins. Sure, there’s a chance you might wind up with more than you hoped for, but it’s more likely you’ll get less.
At a pawn shop, you have more choice. One pawn shop low-balled you? Leave them behind and visit a different pawn shop. As long as you demand a reasonable amount for your artwork, you’re more likely to get the price you want through pawn shops.
Bring Your Artwork to Cash Express in Philadelphia
Need some extra cash for the short-term? If you have some artwork, Cash Express would be happy to lend you money against it. Just bring your art into our Philadelphia pawn shop so we can take a look at it. We’ll get money into your hands within a few hours!
Wednesday, July 15 2020
Decluttering your house? Your first thought may be to have a garage sale. You know, clean out your home and make a few bucks.
But yard sales aren’t your only option — and they may not be the best, either.
Pawn shops could actually be the better choice. Here are some reasons to consider a pawn shop in Philadelphia like Cash Express.
You Can Keep Your Items in Some Cases
Selling isn’t your only option at pawn shops. If you need some quick cash but want to keep your item, you can pawn it for a loan.
The pawnbroker holds onto the item for 30 days. As long as you pay back the loan plus interest and fees, you get your item back. No credit checks required. Plus, if you can’t pay back the loan, you only lose the item — not your credit score.
A Better Price
You may not know the true value of most items you’re selling at a garage sale. You could be leaving money at the table by selling these items at a massive discount.
Most pawn brokers bring in an industry expert to appraise your item. Who knows: you may end up earning $100 on an item you would’ve sold for $10 at a yard sale.
No Setup Required
Yard sales require a lot of tedious setup. First of all, you have to arrange all your items in an organized, intuitive manner. You’ll need some tables to place items on.
Then, there’s the marketing. You’ll have to create (or buy) signs and place them strategically around your area so that traffic can see them.
And when your customers get there, you have to make sure no one walks off with your items without paying.
No such setup is required at a pawn shop. No need to wake up at the crack of dawn and worry if you’ll get any customer
Looking to sell some stuff at a garage sale or a pawn shop? Cash Express is your one-stop Philadelphia pawn shop for all your quick money needs.
Come talk to our friendly staff today if you have any questions!
Wednesday, July 15 2020
Pawn shops are known for having lots of jewelry, precious metals, and similar valuables in their inventories. In fact, those are our favorite types of items at Cash Express in Philadelphia.
But many pawn shops (including us) are also fans of musical instruments. Many people sell their instruments to pawn shops because they can get a great price fast — and pawn shops take them because they know other people will want to buy them.
If you’re among these musicians that’s looking to grab their first (or next) instruments from a pawnbroker, read on.
Why Buy an Instrument From a Pawn Shop?
In general, pawn shop instruments are in excellent condition. But since they’re gently used, and since you can negotiate with pawn brokers, you can find a fantastic instrument at a low price.
Because of this, pawn shop instruments are perfect for beginners. You’ll have more money leftover to invest in music lessons with a good teacher, as well as other accessories.
What Instruments Can You Find at Pawn Shops?
Not all instruments will be easy to find. Pawn shops only buy what people bring in, after all. If an instrument isn’t popular, you might be able to find it at a pawn shop — but it’ll be a challenge.
With that said, there are plenty of instruments commonplace in pawnbroker inventories, such as:
Out of these instruments, guitars and violins are the most popular. You’ll find them quite easily, but you’ll want to act fast — a guitar you’re keeping your eye on could sell fairly quickly.
Buying Your Instruments
When buying your instrument, consider the whole cost when weighing the purchase against your budget. Not just the purchase price, but any necessary repairs and mandatory (or near-mandatory) accessories (such as a capo for a guitar).
Inspect your choice of instrument carefully, looking for signs of damage. Make sure the instrument isn’t refinished. Check each component of the instrument (such as strings and pegs for a violin) carefully to get a feel for the instrument’s condition.
Some repairs will be cheaper than others. You may pay more for a great-condition violin in need of restringing, but new strings aren’t costly. On the other hand, violin body damage can be expensive.
Also, play an instrument a few times at the pawn shop. Listen carefully, as the tone it produces can help you determine the condition of the instrument. For example, violins should have deep, rich tones. A high-pitched, treble-y violin may not be in as good a condition as you think.
Keep these things in mind and you’ll be well on your way to bringing home a great instrument at a fair price.
Looking to pick up a new musical instrument? Cash Express is your one-stop Philadelphia pawn shop for your instrument needs. We have plenty of excellent instruments to look at.
Friday, June 05 2020
Whether you built exciting new projects or made repairs to your home, your power tools have served you well over the time you’ve had them. At some point, however, you may want to upgrade to a new set.
But ditching your old set of tools isn’t a good idea. Instead, you’d be wise to gather them up and bring them to a pawn shop.
Power tools are popular pawn shop items because they’re expensive when bought brand new. Working men and handymen both head to pawn brokers to grab used power tools, saving themselves money. As a result, there’s money to be made by selling yours to your local pawn shop. Your proceeds can be used to save cash on a brand new set!
Wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly how much you’ll get for selling your power tools, though? Your price depends on many factors, but we can help you get an idea of what you’d earn by selling your tools to a pawn shop in Philadelphia like Cash Express. Read on to learn more.
Best Brands of Power Tools to Sell at a Pawn Shop
The best brands of power tools that pawn shops love to buy include the following.
Power Tool Brands That Aren’t So Popular
All power tools will make you something at a pawn shop, but some brands won’t make you anywhere near as much as the previously mentioned brands. These less lucrative brands include:
Here are some other factors to consider when selling your power tools to a pawn shop.
As with any item: the better the condition, the higher the price. Scratches and scuffs will bring the price of your tools down, but you can minimize that by giving your tools a thorough cleaning. Wash off any rust or gunk to make them look as new as possible.
Model and Year
Newer tools and better models will fetch a higher price for obvious reasons. That said, an older model that is in excellent condition will still get you a good payout.
To up your power tool profits, bring in any extra blades or other components you may have. Check around your garage for those extra components!
Make sure your tools are fully charged before bringing them in to a pawn shop. It may seem trivial, but having your power tools in as good of working order as possible before you arrive at the pawn broker will get you the best price.
Cash Express pawn shop in Philadelphia is happy to take a look at your old power tools and give you a fair price. We also have power tools available if you want to buy more. Come in today — we’ll make sure you walk out with money in hand as soon as possible!
Wednesday, May 13 2020
Rolex, Cartier, Patek Phillippe… those are just a few of the most highly-sought after brands of watches. Having one on your wrist commands attention. Not only do they look good, but they convey status, luxury, and a sense of taste.
They’re also incredibly valuable, of course.
Whether you’re in the market for a luxury timepiece or you’re looking to sell your current one, you want to get the most for your money.
Many buy and sell watches from authorized watch dealers, but pawn shops are another option. Let’s explore the benefits and drawbacks of buying and selling watches at each type of store.
The main advantage of selling your watch at an authorized dealer is you’ll likely get a higher price. Authorized watch dealers operate exclusively in the timepiece business, so they’ll be much more interested in getting you the right price when you’re buying.
However, authorized dealers will charge a lot more for a luxury watch than a pawn shop would. Plus, you won’t be able to negotiate much with them. Maybe you can score a small discount, but you’ll still be paying close to full price.
There’s little chance you’ll get your watches full market value at a pawn shop — pawn shops have to make money, after all. Additionally, pawn brokers can’t be experts at everything. They may not be able to determine the value of your watch with 100% accuracy.
However, the selling process is a lot faster. You can walk in with your watch and walk out within the same day.
With that in mind, you’ll get a more fair offer on watches a bit below the high-end, as those have a large market. A pawn shop can more easily profit on something more “affordable” like a Fossil watch. More people can afford that watch, meaning the market is larger.
Pawn shops also let you use your watch to take out a loan if you don’t want to sell but need cash. As long as you pay back the loan plus interest in 30 days, you get your watch back.
And if you don’t, no applications or credit score dings — the pawn shop just takes possession of the watch if you don’t pay back the loan.
You can likely snag a good deal on a luxury watch from a pawn shop. Now, don’t expect to get a Rolex for a few hundred — everyone knows how much those are worth.
Lesser-known brands, however, can be had for a steal if you spend some time browsing pawn shops in your area.
Whether you’re looking for a Philadelphia pawn shop to sell your watch or buy a new one (or both), Cash Express Pawn Shop would be happy to help. Bring your watch in today, and browse our current selection.
Wednesday, May 13 2020
Diamonds are beautiful and valuable — making them the perfect target for people who want to make fakes for profit.
Fortunately, there are some tests you can run to see if a diamond is real or fake. They can be done at home and cost you a few bucks at most.
None of these tests are conclusive, but failing several of these tests is a strong indicator that you should get a diamond test kit or bring the piece to a gemologist to learn the truth.
The Loupe Test
A loupe is a magnifying glass used by jewelers to see the fine details of jewelry. Since diamonds form in nature, there are bound to be imperfections. A perfect diamond is likely fake.
This isn’t always the case, though — you may stumble across a real, perfect diamond. Lab-created diamonds are also generally flawless, yet they’re real.
However, the loupe test can still indicate that further inspection is required.
The Black Light Test
Another initial screening test you can run is the black light test. Turn off all the lights and shine a black light on your diamond. You should see a bluish fluorescence. Green, yellow, and other colors could indicate a fake.
The Heat Test
Diamonds are incredibly strong. High heat will not damage them.
To perform the heat test, fill a glass with cold water. Using plyers or fireproof gloves, heat your diamond with a lighter for about a minute, then promptly drop your stone into cold water. A fake diamond will shatter, as its components will not be able to stand the rapid expansion and contraction of heat.
The Water Test
If the heating element of the heat test makes you uncomfortable, you can still use the other half of the test to determine if your diamond is real. When dropped in water, a diamond’s high density will cause it to sink to the bottom.
If your diamond floats, however, then it isn’t a diamond at all.
The Fog Test
The fog test uses condensation to determine diamond authenticity. Condensation doesn’t stick to the surface of a real diamond.
All you have to do is hold the diamond in front of your mouth and breathe on it as if you were trying to fog up a mirror. If the condensation immediately disperses, the diamond is real. If not, it’s fake.
The Sandpaper Test
Again, diamonds are made of tough material. It’s quite hard to scratch them.
Scratch the stone in question with sandpaper. Scratches indicate your diamond is actually something else, whereas no damage indicates authenticity.
Did your diamond pass this battery of tests? You can fetch a pretty penny by pawning it. If you’re looking for a pawn shop in Philadelphia, stop by Cash Express. We love diamonds and jewelry here — we’ll get you a fair price for your piece and have the money in your hands the same day.
Monday, March 23 2020
Is There Any Value in Sports Collectibles?
Have you ever dug through your attic and found some old baseball cards? Or perhaps you have an autographed football with a famous name on it. Whatever sports collectibles you have, it probably occurred to you that you can sell it for a nice pay day. But can you? Do your sports collectibles have any value? And if so, how much money could you get for yours?
Let’s look at some factors that can determine how valuable your collectible is.
Authentication is the only way to get a concrete value of your sports collectible. Without authentication, your collectible is only worth as much as someone will pay for it.
If someone authenticates your collectible, it’s value can increase dramatically — sometimes by hundreds of dollars.
To get your collectible authenticated, you’ll have to contact a third-party authenticator. You may have to pay a fee as well — but if you plan on selling your collectible, a small fee will be worth the hundreds extra that you bring in.
Players that are/were objectively better the their sport will naturally bring a higher price — partially because of their skill, but also because they don’t give out their signature that often.
Take Tom Brady, for example. Sure, he’s good at what he does. However, he also doesn’t sign things that often, making his signature even more valuable.
Player skill matters in determining value, but so does player popularity.
For example, Michael Jordan’s signature will be worth more than most other basketball players in history partly because of his huge popularity. He was also great at the game, of course, which makes his signature worth even more.
It isn’t likely for a Michael Jordan signature to fluctuate in value, but value fluctuations in value are definitely possible for memorabilia from other players.
Take Jeremy Lin, for example. He was killing it on the New York Knicks. During that time, his signature was worth a pretty penny.
But now that he’s not in the spotlight, fewer people value his signature, making it worth less than what it used to be.
The Item Itself
Last but certainly not least, the signed item itself can play a significant part in its value. A good example would be footballs. A football used in a Super Bowl game would be worth a lot more than a football used in a regular season game.
This also plays off of the player in question. For example, a signed Kobe Bryant jersey would be worth a lot more than a signed Kobe Bryant picture.
In fact, jerseys (along with helmets) are some of the most valuable items — they did belong to the player, after all.
If you have any sports collectibles that you have laying around that you want to sell for quick cash or want to pawn, come to Cash Express and get the cash you deserve! We specialize in a variety of goods such as antiques, gold, watches, jewelry, coins and more. Check us out online!
Thursday, March 12 2020
Do Silver-Plated Antiques Have Any Value?
Have you ever wonderd why your fork, spoon, and knife are called “silverware”? Believe it or not, cutlery items and dishware used to be made of silver quite often, which is where the name came from. The silver was used by ancient societies as it killed microorganisms that could cause sickness.
Today, we call everything silverware. However, it’s commonly made with stainless steel to make it more affordable. But you may have old, true “silverware” and other silver-plated antiques. The question is, do they have any value? And if so, how much can you get for them?
Let’s explore this more below.
Sterling Vs. Silver-Plated
You may be excited to learn that your stainless steel cutlery is coated in silver. You could make a killing at a pawn shop!
Well, not exactly.
As it turns out, silver-plated items don’t have much value. That’s not to say they are worthless, but there simply is not enough silver in the items for them to have value when melted down.
The true value comes in items that are sterling silver. Sterling silver items are made with at least 92.5% silver. The other 7.5% comes from various other metals — copper being an example.
You can sell sterling silverware at several types of locations.
Of course, it’s less likely that you’ll have sterling silverware in your possession. It’s worth a look, though.
Is It Still Possible to Sell My Silver-Plated Antiques?
Yes, it’s still possible, although you won’t be able to make as much money.
Most pawn shops typically won’t take silver-plated flatware, but don’t count them out — some flatware patterns have followings, so people may be looking for the specific pattern you have.
Silver dealers may be a better option for selling your silver-plated antiques.
Sell or Pawn Your Silver Items
If you have a true silver item, you can sell or pawn it at Cash Express if you want some extra money. We love precious metals!
Bring your items in — we’ll get you a fair price on your item and have you out with the money in your hand the same day.
Thursday, February 20 2020
We don’t often think about the value of random thing we have in stuffed away in boxes. However, tons of old items — including things you might own — could be worth a hundreds or even thousands if you bring them to the right place.
Here are some of the most valuable antiques you might find.
You might not have the Mona Lisa, but you never know if you have a valuable painting in your possession. Some people have said that they lived by painters who gifted them a piece of artwork that later became valuable when the painter struck fame. Worth looking into if you have any paintings.
Guitars are not only musical instruments, but some consider them pieces of art. They don’t have to be antique, either. Guitars in good condition — even those from the 60’s and 70’s — can be worth a lot.
Head over to your shed or workbench and take a look at your tools. See anything that’s quite old? Older tools can be worth a lot, but you’ll want to check out a price guide to get a more accurate estimate of their value.
If you find anything valuable, you could sell it and have enough money to buy a brand new tool set.
4. Persian Rugs
Persian rugs take a long time to appreciate in value, but the wait is worth it if it’s been in your possession for decades. Rugs over 100 years old are considered antiques. Price is determined by factors such as size, material, and design.
Did your grandparents or great grandparents buy a well-known book when it came out decades ago? First edition books from the 1930s - 1950s (and before) can be worth thousands of dollars.
6. Baseball Cards
In general, baseball cards increase in value as they get older. That being said, there are several other aspects that play into the card’s value. If you have baseball cards, consider getting them appraised.
If you’ve inherited an old lamp that just doesn’t seem to fit your current decor, don’t fret — depending on brand, an old lamp could earn you thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars. Brands like Handel and Pairpoint will net you a pretty penny.
8. Christmas Ornaments
New Christmas ornaments are a dime a dozen, but older Christmas ornaments passed down through generations could be worth a lot. A single ornament could be worth several hundred dollars; not bad for a little orb you hang on a tree once a year.
Believe it or not, old sterling silverware can net you a good amount of cash. Individual pieces can fetch you a few hundred — but if you have a whole set, that’s potentially a couple thousand dollars.
10. Vintage Ads
Vintage-style ads add a touch of fashion to your home when placed well. However, real vintage ads may be worth selling instead. Even ads for the most mundane items could fetch your hundreds.
Monday, February 10 2020
How to Discover the Price of an Antique
Do you own a historical or valuable antique, such as an old coin, artwork, or a firearm? You’re probably wondering what it’s worth out of curiosity; or maybe you want to sell it and you’re hoping to maximize your earnings.
There are several sources you can use to discover approximately how valuable your antique is. Try some of these place.
1. Search for Similar Antiques for Sale Online
A great place to start your search is online. Begin by searching for items for sale that are similar to your antique. For example, if you have an old coin, see if you can find other coins for sale.
While you’re using your search engine, try look for databases related to your item; to do so, just run a search for your item plus “database”. You’ll find a lot of pricing information regarding your item.
eBay is another online place you should check out, as tons of people sell antique items on there every day. Run a search for your item and see what prices you find.
2. Find an Appraiser for Your Antique
Nearly every type of item has an appraiser for it. Find an appraiser that is certified by the American Society of Appraisers, the Appraisers Association of America, or the International Society of Appraisers. You can seek out an appraiser directly, or you may be able to find one at an antique store.
You will have to pay for an appraiser, but getting an accurate estimate may be worth the cost.
Don’t have time to visit an appraiser or an antique store? You can get an estimate online from a valuation site. It won’t be as accurate since the appraiser can’t look at the item, but you should get a decent estimate if you’re thorough and honest in your description.
3. Auction Houses
Auction houses will evaluate your item for a fee that depends on location. However, some auction houses will host an occasional “Valuation Day” where they will estimate the value of your antique for free.
4. Collectibles Dealers
Is your antique a collectible item, such as a coin or a set of baseball cards? It likely has more established guidelines of determining its value; in this case, you’ll want to take your antique to a collectibles dealer.
As with appraisers, make sure the collectibles dealer you visit is certified by an appraisal organization. Also, read online reviews of any dealers you visit to ensure they’re reputable.
5. The Library
Your local library should have resources to assist you in discovering the price of your antique. One of these resources is a type of book called a price guide. Price guides contain an assortment of typical antique items and what prices they have sold for.
Look at collector’s books as well. In collectors books, you’ll find a detailed look at your item, including aspects such as size, condition, and sometimes pricing information.
If you’re having trouble finding the resources you need, ask a librarian to help you out.
Monday, January 20 2020
Should I Pawn or Sell My Items?
When you’re looking for some fast cash, a pawn shop like Cash Express should be at the front of your mind. At pawn shops, you can quickly sell your items for cash or pawn them for a loan.
But you might be wondering: which one is better? Should you pawn your items for a loan, or sell them outright?
The answer depends on a few factors.
Before we get to which avenue works best for you, let’s distinguish pawning from selling.
What is Pawning?
Pawning is the act of taking out a loan from a pawn shop using one of your possessions as collateral. The pawnbroker evaluates your item and extends you a loan based on what they determine to be the item’s worth.
The pawnbroker then holds onto your item until you pay back the loan principal plus interest and fees. If you don’t pay the loan back, the pawnbroker takes possession of your item.
What is Selling?
Selling at a pawn shop is simpler. You bring in your item, then negotiate with the pawnbroker until you agree on a price. Once you hand off the item to the pawnbroker, you get your cash and have no further obligations to the shop.
Pawning vs. Selling
Consider the following factors when you’re deciding between pawning and selling your item.
Does the item you plan on using to get cash hold sentimental value? For example, is it a family heirloom? You’d want to pawn it so you can get it back.
If the item isn’t something of sentimental value, say an old computer, then selling it would make more sense.
Item’s Potential to Gain Value
You should also consider if the item you’re using for cash will increase in value. For example, let’s say you have a nice watch with no sentimental value to you, but it might increase in value in the future.
In this case, pawning is the better option. You can use the watch several times to get loans when you need them; plus, as the item becomes more valuable, your loan potential increases.
But again, if the item is something that won’t be worth much in the future (such as old electronics), selling it will maximize the cash you earn.
Will Pawning or Selling Get You More Money?
Pawning an item gets you more money. See, pawn loans are less risky to pawnbrokers because they have a chance of getting their money back plus additional interest and fees.
In other words, there’s less of a chance that the pawnbroker will have to find a buyer for your item.
Once again, this makes pawning a better method for your more valuable items (watches, jewelry), as you’ll get quite a lot of cash.
But if you’re looking more to declutter your home and get some quick cash, selling would be the better route.
Whether you need an easy loan or some quick cash, Cash Express wants your items! Bring your items into our shop and we’ll get you the cash you need fast.
Tuesday, May 30 2017
Are you on the hunt for a clean and reputable pawn shop in the Philadelphia area? If so, Cash Express has got you covered. We offer a wide range of quality pawn shop items at a reasonable price for all of our customers in the surrounding area. If you need to find a specific piece of jewelry or a certain kind of electronic device, we can help you with whatever you require. At Cash Express, we have a large selection of both electronics and jewelry. We serve the greater Philadelphia area and are always willing to help our customers find whatever unique item they are searching for.
If you are looking for an affordable and dependable pawn shop in the Philadelphia area, then stop in to Cash Express to find out what we have to offer. Pawn shops are not the dingy, dirty warehouse type of establishments that they used to be. At Cash Express, we’ll help you find whatever you need and we’ll do whatever we can to get it at the price that you want. We’ll do whatever we can to make sure that you walk out of our store a satisfied customer, and we’ll try to get whatever you want at a fair price, as well.
Cash Express is being hailed as Philadelphia’s premiere pawn shop for many reasons. We offer a wide variety of jewelry and electronics at reasonable prices, and we offer excellent customer service, as well. If you have a specific item in mind, then we can attempt to bring it into our shop so that you can purchase it. If you want to come in and simply browser, then that’s fine, too. We have a wide range of items on our shelves for a diverse array of tastes. If you need to buy a gift, we’ve got all kinds of items to choose from, as well.
At Cash Express, we pride ourselves on being Philadelphia’s number one pawn shop. We work hard to ensure that all of our customers find something that they love inside our shop. If you need to buy something in a hurry, we’ll do whatever we can to help you make your purchase, and if it requires a more thorough search, we’ll do whatever we can to ensure that you find whatever you need. Cash Express is number one, and if you stop in for a visit, you’ll soon discover why this is true.
Friday, April 28 2017
Have you found yourself the recent owner of some antique furniture? Maybe you just got gifted an antique watch, or a pair of antique earrings. At Cash Express, we can tell you what your furniture or jewelry is worth, and if you decide that you want to sell it, we’ll be more than happy to strike a deal. There’s nothing quite like acquiring a great piece of antique furniture or a great piece of antique jewelry. Even if you don’t know much about antiques, the professional associates at Cash express can help give you an idea about how much your wares are worth.
Antique furniture and jewelry comes in a variety of eras and styles. A seasoned antiques dealer can tell you the difference between an Art Deco wardrobe and a Art Nouveau desk. There are many subtle difference among eras, and a well-trained eye will be able to help describe the nuances of each piece. At Cash Express, all of our store associates are eager to assist and are willing to explain. There’s nothing like walking into a huge pawn shop and browsing the multitude of items that are for sale on the shelves and on the floor.
At Cash Express, we pride ourselves in the ability to both buy and sell antiques. We enjoy helping our customers find amazing deals, and we are always willing to spend that extra bit of time to make sure that they walk away feeling satisfied with all of their purchases. There’s always something new to find at Cash Express. Whether you want to buy a piece of antique jewelry or sell a piece of antique furniture, we can help you with your goal. When it comes to antiques, we know our stuff and we’re always happy to share our breadth of knowledge with others so that they can get some great deals.
If you’re looking to learn more about antiques, then stop in to Cash Express and see what we can do. If you want to browse, there are many aisles to choose from, and each of our store associated is willing to help you find exactly what you came in for. If you want to buy, sell or pawn antiques, the stop in and see why we’re the pawn shop leaders for Philadelphia and beyond. Everyone who steps foot inside our shop is guaranteed a shopping experience like no other. Stop in soon to buy, sell or pawn your antiques. We’re always ready for new faces.
Friday, April 07 2017
Are you strapped for cash? Maybe you’re looking for a quick way to make a few bucks, but not too sure how to do it. At Cash Express of Philadelphia, we make it our business to help customers find deals on amazing pieces of jewelry and hard to find items. We also help our customers who need to make a little cash by processing loans for jewelry. If you’ve never received a loan in exchange for your jewelry, then now’s the time to find out how to do it.
At Cash Express, we always work with our customers to give them the best deals possible. We know that when times get tough, it can be helpful to have a little extra cash in your pocket. If you decide that you need a loan and just aren’t sure where else to apply for one, then stop in to Cash Express and we can help you with your needs. We are always looking for new ways to help our customers with cash loans or store purchases. Each one of our store associates does an excellent job when it comes to answering questions, too.
The next time you need a loan, stop into Cash Express and see what we can do to help. We’ve got a huge variety of hard to find jewelry and electronics right in the heart of Philadelphia. We love to help our customers find a great bargain, and we’re always ready to help them with securing a loan, as well. Some places make it difficult to get a loan by asking too many questions and by making customers fill out lots of unnecessary paperwork. At Cash Express, we make the process short and sweet.
If you’re in a situation where you need some cash and you really need it fast, then stop in to Cash Express and find out what we can do to help. There are always options when it comes to getting some cash in your hands, and at Cash Express we can make it happen. Our shop is centrally located in Philadelphia and we serve customers from all over the region. If you need some money and you aren’t sure where else to go, then stop in to Cash Express and we’ll find a way to make it happen for you. At Cash Express, we pride ourselves on customer satisfaction, and we always do what we can to make your visit a positive one.
Wednesday, March 22 2017
Are you looking for a way to make some quick cash? With spring right around the corner, maybe you’re ready to upgrade your wardrobe and looking for a little extra money to help offset the cost. Maybe you need to get a new car, or maybe one of your children needs some new shoes. There’s a multitude of reasons why you might need some extra cash. At Cash Express of Philadelphia, we can help you get the money that you need quickly, and we can do so with comfort and ease.
Everyone knows that it’s easy to walk inside a pawn shop and do some browsing. What some people might not know, however, is that you can pawn your own unwanted items with just a little bit of research and a little bit of determination. At Cash Express, we can help you figure out how much your unwanted items are worth. If you’ve got some gold, bring it in. If you’ve got silver, bring that, too. If you’ve got jewelry, diamonds, or watches, bring them in, as well. We can give you a good idea about how much the items are worth, and if you do a little bit of your own research h, you can compare the two numbers to see what works best for your pocket.
At Cash Express of Philadelphia, we do our best to provide our customers with a clean and pleasant shopping experience. We know that you want to find great bargains, and that’s why we price all of our pawn shop items with affordable tags. If you have never been inside a pawn shop, then we can help you get acquainted with how our shop is set up. We can also help you decide if you’d like to lighten your load and get rid of some of your unwanted items.
When it comes to satisfying our customers, we do whatever we can at Cash Express. If you are new to pawn shops, then we can explain how it all works by making it simple to understand. The next time you think about selling your unwanted items, keep Cash Express in mind.
We’re the top pawn shop for the Philadelphia and surrounding area, and we do whatever we can to see that our customers leave with whatever they’ve come in to buy. If you want to pawn some of your gold, silver, diamonds or watches, then bring them in to Cash Express and we’ll see how we can help.
Saturday, March 18 2017
When it comes to shopping, you’ve got lots of options to choose from. Some people like to shop inside department stores. Some people like outlet stores. Some people like thrift stores. Still, some people like online shopping malls. The possibilities are endless and varied. What’s consistent, however, is the fact that everyone loves a great deal. At Cash Express of Philadelphia, you’re sure to find an excellent deal, and it might be one that you weren’t necessarily expecting.
If you are new to pawn shop buying, then it might seem a little unfamiliar or intimidating. There’s so much to look at, and it can sometimes feel overwhelming. What’s good to know is that inside Cash Express, we’ve got a fully staffed crew just waiting to assist you with whatever kind of shopping experience you are looking to embark upon. Maybe you’re looking for a particular brand of watch, or maybe you’re browsing for a special brand of earrings. Maybe you heard that we have vintage coins or unique, luxury watches for amazingly low prices. At Cash express, the possibilities are virtually endless.
The next time you need to buy something for yourself or for a loved one, why not stop in and check out Cash Express? We serve the Philadelphia and surrounding are, and we’re always happy to assist you with whatever kind of shopping that you’re interested in doing. We’ve got a fully stocked shop that is sure to make your experience worthwhile. If you’ve never been inside a pawn shop, we can give you a few tips on how to make it a fun adventure, and we can also show you how to find some of the best bargains in the building.
Buying from pawn shops is a great idea because it saves you from the hassle of buying at a crowded department store. It’s also a great idea because you can find some truly unique items inside a pawn shop. At Cash Express, we offer outstanding customer service so you can be sure to find something that you like with relative ease. Buying from pawn shop can be a cost-effective and breezy way to shop. If you’ve got questions, we are always here to help. The next time you need to find something special for either yourself or for a loved one, stop in to Cash Express and find out why we’re the pawn shop leaders for the Philadelphia and surrounding area.
Sunday, March 12 2017
Are you strapped right now for cash? Sometimes a financial hit can come out of the blue, leaving you with a feeling of desperation and uncertainty. What’s good to know is that when you need to, there’s always a pawn shop that is willing to give you a loan. A pawn shop loan just might be the trick to helping you out of a financially shaky situation. You might not even need a lot of money. Maybe it’s just a little bit of cash that’s needed to get you by. Whatever the case, Cash Express is here to help you through the rough patch.
A pawn shop loan is one that can get you money quickly. If you’ve never taken out a loan, then it might be a little unsettling to think about borrowing from a pawn shop. However, nowadays getting a loan can be simple and you don’t need to waste time worrying about whether it’s safe or legitimate. At Cash Express of Philadelphia, we offer short-term pawn shop loans to people who need them. Some of the benefits of a pawn shop loan include flexibility, various price ranges and convenience.
At Cash Express, we make pawn shop loans easy for our customers. All we ask you to do is stop in and speak with one of our associates so that we can get the ball rolling. You’ll be asked to fill out a little bit of paperwork, and then we’ll ask you for something to provide as collateral. Once a time-frame has been configured for the loan, we’ll give you a receipt that has the terms of the loan spelled out for you to refer to if you need it. At Cash Express, we understand that everyone needs a little help sometime. Our pawn shop loan system is quick and easy, so you can stop in any time and be taken care of within minutes.
Another benefit of a pawn shop loan is that you won’t need to have your credit checked. Our loans are generally small, in-house agreements made that will not involve your credit history. The loan is secured by whatever collateral you agree to leave. Because of this, our lender isn’t too concerned about whether you default on the loan or not. If you do for any reason, we’ll simply have the means to cover our losses by selling whatever you opted to leave behind. Overall, a small pawn shop loan from Cash Express is a great option for those times when you’re really in a pinch and need some money fast.
Friday, March 03 2017
When it comes to buying or selling at pawn shops, you’ve got a lot of options. However, not all pawn shops are the same. While it’s true that most pawn shops have come a long from form their somewhat seedy past, there are still a few key pointers to help you decide if you’ve found a good place to shop or not. At Cash Express, we guarantee that our customers receive a positive and memorable shopping experience.
Cash Express is, hands-down, the best pawn shop in Philadelphia. We know that it’s a mighty claim to stake, and we’re proud to do it. We’ve been in the business for years, so we’ve seen the ebb and the flow of pawn shop businesses. We know what it takes to provide our customers with a shopping experience that they’ll remember, and we also know what it takes to get them to come back. At Cash Express, you never have to worry about being ripped off or being unsafe in our store. We ‘ve got a secure, clean location for you to shop in, and all of our store associates are happy to help you with whatever you need while shopping.
If you’ve never been to our store, it should be a place that you put on your list to check out. If you live outside of Philly, make a day of it. Come and browse our enormous selection of electronics, gold, silver and precious metals. We’ve got hundreds of pieces of jewelry for every taste, and we’ve got helpful store associates to make the experience time-worthy. Cash Express is Philadelphia’s best pawn shop because we know how to treat our customers and because we take pride in what we do. The next time you’re in the area, stop in and find out why we’re number one for pawn shops.
Cash Express is always receiving new items. If you’ve got unwanted items of your own, then bring them in to Cash Express and we’ll see what we can do for you. If you want to browse our jewelry selection, or if you’re in the market for some precious metals, then stop inside and find out why we’re the best rated pawn shop in the greater Philadelphia area and beyond. If you are new to pawn shops, then this can be a fun and exciting experience for you. We’ll do whatever we can to ensure that you leave with something that you love.