The Silver State is a golden destination for gamblers and pleasure-seekers from all over the globe. Hotels and casinos in Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe and Laughlin are some of the most spectacular in the world. Nevada is also filled with stunning natural beauty, a draw for nature lovers and outdoorsmen.
When confronted by an unexpected expense like a car repair or small medical bill, a Nevada pawn shop can be another desirable destination. Nevada has some 120 pawnshops, in cities and towns like Blue Diamond, Boulder City, Carson City, Crystal Bay, Elko, Ely, Fallon, Gardnerville, Henderson, Incline Village, Kingsbury, Las Vegas, Laughlin, Mesquite, Minden, Mogul, Mount Charleston, North Las Vegas, Pahrump, Paradise, Reno, Round Hill Village, Spanish Springs, Sparks, Spring Valley, Summerlin, Sun Valley, Sunrise Manor, Tonopah, Verdi, Winnemucca and Zephyr Cove.
If you need quick cash, visit a Nevada pawn shop. Pawn shops in Nevada and elsewhere make collateral loans: you bring in an item of value, and the pawnshop makes you a loan based on the value of the item. If you pay back the loan with interest, you get the item back (in Nevada, pawn shops are regulated by the state and charge a relatively reasonable rate of interest). If you don’t pay it back, the pawn shop offers it for sale to the public. No credit checks or applications are required, just the collateral.
Collateral items can include gold jewelry and watches, game systems and televisions, small electronics, bicycles, power tools, sporting equipment, collectibles and antiques, digital cameras, camcorders, DVD players, iPhones, cell phones, electric guitars and basses, amplifiers, videogame systems, laptops and computers, MP3 players and iPods, car audio and tools.
Looking for a deal on golf clubs or fishing gear? How about a mountain bike or electric guitar? Check out a Nevada pawn shop. In addition to these items, you can find bargain prices on musical instruments, TVs, gold jewelry like rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets, watches, digital cameras, camcorders, DVD players, videogames, laptops, antiques, iPods, iPhones, small electronics, cellphones, smartphones, computers, power tools and more.
When in Nevada, check out a pawn shop for a chance at a bargain or to score some quick cash!
You can find a pawn shop in these Nevada cities and locations. It is estimated that Nevada has some 120 pawnshops.