What is a pawnshop?
Pawnshops are businesses that allow their customers to sell them their new, gently used goods or antiques, and also provide individuals the opportunity to bring in their personal property to be evaluated for a loan offer. Some pawnshops offer additional services such as title loans and payday loans. Pawnbrokers are another common term associated with pawnshops; they are the in-house professionals that determine your transaction’s terms and conditions.
How do I pawn my sporting goods?
Pawnshops are always looking for new merchandise to stock in their shops. Why let your unused sporting goods collect dust in your home when you could sell them to a pawn shop near you.
When you take your personal property into a shop, you will tell the pawnbroker if you are looking to sell your merchandise or get a loan. In either case, the pawnbroker will assess the value of your goods to determine the amount offered. If you would like to retain ownership of your items, but still need fast cash, learn more information about how getting a loan works.
Our Texas and Arizona pawnshops offer a wide range of financial services and accept anything of value. It’s our privilege to say we excel in customer service, as our business is reliant on on people like you. Visit any of our shops or contact us with any questions or suggestions.
Due to area laws and federal regulation, there are a few requirements before you can conduct a transaction in our pawnshops. Each state has its own laws and regulations. For more information about Texas, Arizona and Oklahoma pawning regulations, contact your local pawnbroker.
To be eligible for a pawn loan you must:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have a state-issued identification card that demonstrates age and residency
Our pawnbrokers must respect these laws and cannot bend the rules for any particular cases. Please bring your documents with you when you come in to pawn.
*Note: pawning, buying, selling, and getting a loan using guns, weapons and other items may have other restrictions and requirements not listed above.