The island state of Hawaii is not only one of the most beautiful states in the Union but is also our newest state. Hawaii became the 50th state in 1959, and in addition to its wonderful beaches, Hawaii has several large and mid-sized cities such as Honolulu, Hilo, Kahoolawe, Kahului, Kailua-Kona, Kaneohe, Kapaa, Kapolei, Kihei, Lahaina, Pearl City, Waipahu and Lihue.
Hawaii’s cities and towns are home to some 77 pawn shops, each offering Hawaiians a wide choice of used items like jewelry (gold rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces), watches, bicycles, cameras, televisions, antiques and other collectibles, musical instruments like guitars and amps, appliances, car audio, electronics, MP3 players and iPods, cellphones and smart phones, laptop computers and more. Some pawn shops in Hawaii even deal in motorcycles, ATVs and other vehicles.
If you find yourself in need of a little quick cash on the Islands, Hawaii’s pawnshops are a valuable source of quick cash for car repairs, gifts, bills and surprise expenses. Pawn shops provide small loans in exchange for collateral like jewelry, watches, TVs, cameras, small electronics and computers. The process is simple: you bring your used item in, get it appraised, leave it with the pawn shop and get cash. If you pay back your loan with interest (usually a fairly low rate, regulated by the state of Hawaii), you get your item back. If you do not, the pawn shop offers it for sale to the public.
You just need your collateral; no applications or credit checks are necessary. Alternatively, you may choose to sell your item directly to the pawn shop for cash, who in turn will sell it to the public.
Even in a lovely setting like Hawaii, people are sometimes stretched for cash, and Hawaii’s pawnshops offer a place to obtain some fast money. At the same time, pawn shops in Hawaii offer bargain shoppers great deals on used items.
You can find a pawn shop in these Hawaii cities and locations. It is estimated that Hawaii has some 77 pawnshops.