Massachusetts has played a leading role in American history, particularly during the colonial and revolutionary periods. Massachusetts is famous as the home of the Pilgrims, Paul Revere, the Boston Tea Party, the Boston Massacre and Lexington and Concord.
Today, Massachusetts is a national leader in higher education, high tech, health care and financial services. Massachusetts is also home to 72 pawn shops, comparatively few for the size of its population. Still, pawn shops can be found in Massachusetts’ largest city, Boston, and in other large cities like Worchester, Springfield, Lowell and Cambridge, and also in smaller towns like Amherst, Andover, Brockton, Brookline, Chicopee, Dedham, Fall River, Fitchburg, Foxborough, Framingham, Gloucester, Haverhill, Holyoke, Lawrence, Lynn, New Bedford, Pittsfield, Quincy, Salem, Taunton, Waltham and Watertown.
Times are tough in Massachusetts and everywhere, and pawn shops provide a valuable source of quick cash for those in need of a small loan to meet an urgent need. Pawn shops in Massachusetts and elsewhere make loans based on collateral: you bring in an item of value and the pawn shop loans you money based on the value of that item. The pawn shop holds your item; you pay back your loan with interest to get your item back. Interest rates are reasonable compared to other sources of quick cash and are set by the state of Massachusetts. No applications or credit checks are required. If you prefer, you can sell your item outright to the pawn shop and get cash the same day.
Pawn shops in Massachusetts accept many items as collateral: jewelry like gold rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets; musical instruments like electric guitars, bass guitars and amplifiers; laptops and computers; televisions and DVD players; videogame systems; cellphones and smartphones; watches and cameras; bicycles; power tools; small electronics and antiques and collectibles.
Pawn shops in Massachusetts also sell used items at discounted prices. If you enjoy yard sales and swap meets, check out a pawn shop in Massachusetts. You’ll find low prices on watches, digital cameras, laptops, computers, TVs, musical instruments, cellphones, iPods, iPhones, rings, bracelets, necklaces, anklets, diamond earrings, mountain bikes, even ATVs and motorcycles. You never know: maybe you’ll find that one-of-a-kind “pawn shop treasure” for sale in a Massachusetts pawn shop. Try haggling for a lower price, too!
You can find a pawn shop in these Massachusetts cities and locations. It is estimated that Massachusetts has some 72 pawnshops.