Yes, you can. You can withdraw cash from any institution or ATM that accepts MasterCard. Your cash-advance limit should be listed on your monthly statement. Nevertheless, we strongly advise against cash advances due to the expensive fee and interest charges.
For more information check out this WalletHub guide: https://wallethub.com/edu/credit-card-cash-advance/25829/.
You can get a Walmart credit card cash advance from an ATM or bank if you have the Walmart Mastercard. You can’t use the Walmart Store Credit Card for a cash advance (or to make purchases anywhere but Walmart). Whether you should get a Walmart card cash advance is another story, though. The Walmart credit card cash advance fee is 3% of the transaction (min. $5), and an APR of 21.15% - 27.15% (V) will immediately apply.
One neat way the Walmart Credit Card gives you to circumvent normal cash advance fees is to use the Quick Cash feature at Walmart. This allows you to get up to $20 per day at a Walmart register when you make a purchase. Quick Cash is treated like a normal purchase too, not a cash advance. You can do this with either the Mastercard or the Store Card.
Here’s how to get a Walmart Credit Card cash advance:
Normal cash advance: Call the number on the back of your card to request a PIN. Use that PIN at an ATM to withdraw cash. You can only do this with the Walmart Mastercard, not the Store Card.
Walmart credit card cash advance fee: 3% of the transaction (minimum of $5).
Walmart credit card cash advance rate: 21.15% - 27.15% (V) APR, depending on your credit. It starts accruing immediately.
Quick Cash: Anyone with either the Walmart Mastercard or the Walmart Store Card can get $20 cash at the register when making a purchase at Walmart. Just ask the cashier. The extra $20 will be charged to your card as a purchase, not as a cash advance. You can only use this benefit once per day.
Walmart Quick Cash APR: 18.15% - 24.15% (V) APR, depending on your credit. You only owe interest if you carry a balance between months.
So if you’re looking for a way to get a Walmart credit card cash advance, you’ve got options. But both have flaws. Quick Cash can be convenient, but you can’t get more than $20 per day with it. And a true cash advance is really expensive. Choose wisely!
Yes, I'm positive you can. However, it's expensive. Like really expensive. So just avoid it.
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