You can deposit paper money into your Cash App balance at participating retailers.

Cash App charges a flat-rate $1 processing fee on each paper money deposit. This fee is automatically collected from the funds that you are depositing.

Deposit Locations

Paper Money Deposits are currently supported at the following merchants:
  • Walmart (Customer Service Desk/ Money Centers)
  • Walgreens
  • Duane Reade
  • 7-Eleven
  • Family Dollar
  • GoMart
  • Sheetz
  • Kum & Go
  • KwikTrip
  • Speedway
  • H-E-B
  • GoMart
  • Rite Aid
  • Thorntons
  • TravelCenters of America
  • Dollar General
  • Pilot Travel Centers

Use the map in the Paper Money section of your Banking tab to find a deposit location near you.

To do so:

  1. Tap the Banking tab on your Cash App home screen
  2. Select Paper Money
  3. Find a location near you or use the search bar to enter an address
Once you’ve found a convenient location, use the options to get directions or copy the address into your preferred navigation app.

Merchants and Cashiers

After you’ve arrived at the store, tell the cashier you want to load funds to your Cash App using your barcode. If they’re not sure how to help, you can show them the instructions by tapping the ? on your map.

Once the cashier scans the barcode within your Cash App, hand them the money you’d like to deposit. The funds will automatically be added to your Cash App balance. We recommend keeping a copy of your receipt from the cashier.

Asked to Swipe Card

Some merchants may ask you to swipe your Cash Card to perform the Paper Money deposit. With Cash App, the barcode must be scanned to begin the deposit transaction.

If you’re asked to swipe or insert your card for the deposit, tell the cashier that they should scan the barcode instead of trying to swipe your card.

Paper Money Deposit Limits

With Paper Money deposits, you can deposit up to $1,000 per rolling 7 days, and $4,000 per rolling 30 days. Transactions must be a minimum of $5 and cannot exceed $500 per deposit.

The 7-day and 30-day limits are based on a rolling time frame. If you run into a deposit limit, we’ll send you a notification with more information.

ID Verification

Certain merchants and retailers may ask for your ID as an additional verification step when you deposit cash. Since your Paper Cash deposit is being made at a store, you’ll need to follow any policies that location has in place.