Pennsylvania pawn shops offer short term monetary loans in exchange for an item of value that is given to the pawn broker. Over 80% of pawn shop loans are repaid and the items are returned. Please make sure to review Pennsylvania state law on the interest rates and transaction fees pawnbrokers can charge. These pawn shops serve Lancaster, Philadelphia, Scranton, York and surrounding areas.

 

Pawn Plus
636 N 7th St, Allentown PA 18102
610-437-5600 – http://www.pawnplus.com/home.htm

Pawn Plus
46 W King St, Lancaster PA 17603-3809
717-290-6000 – http://www.pawnplus.com/home.htm

Jewelers’ Row Money Loan
732 Chestnut St, Philadelphia PA 19106
215-627-9282 – http://www.nationalwatch.com/

Mcgarry’s Loan Office
312 N 2nd St , Philadelphia PA 19106-1205
215-627-2901 – http://www.mcgarrys.com/

Cash Converters
223 Shoemaker Rd # 131, Pottstown PA 19464
610-705-3100 – http://www.cashconvertersunited.com/

Steamtown Trading Post
115 Wyoming Ave, Scranton PA 18503
570-969-0555 – http://www.steamtowntradingpost.com/

Cash Converters
510 Kenhorst Plz, Shillington PA 19607
610-796-2999 – http://www.cashconvertersunited.com/

Pawn Plus
123 W Market St, York PA 17401-1314
717-812-8800 – http://www.pawnplus.com/home.htm

 


 

Common Pawnbroker Question:
Q: Are pawn shop rates excessive?
A: No. Pawn shops do charge service fees that cover the loan and overhead of maintaining a pawn shop. These fees are often less than bank fees for overdrawn checking accounts. Pawn shop fees are upfront with no hidden charges.

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