Cash App is a popular mobile payment app that allows users to send and receive money, pay bills, and make purchases both online and offline. Cash App also offers a Cash Card, which is a debit card that can be used to withdraw cash from ATMs.
Which ATMs can I use with Cash App?
You can use your Cash Card at any ATM to withdraw cash. However, Cash App charges a fee of $2.50 per ATM withdrawal, regardless of whether the ATM is in-network or out-of-network. In addition, most out-of-network ATMs charge an additional operator fee.
How to find in-network ATMs
Cash App has a network of over 70,000 in-network ATMs across the United States. To find an in-network ATM, open the Cash App app and tap the “Cash Card” tab. Then, tap “Find an ATM.” You can search for ATMs by location or address.
How to avoid ATM fees
The best way to avoid ATM fees is to use an in-network ATM. Cash App also offers a free ATM withdrawal per month to customers who receive $300 or more in direct deposits into their Cash App account in a given calendar month. Each time you receive another $300 (or more) in paycheck direct deposits in a given month, free withdrawals will be extended for an additional 31 days.
Here are some additional tips for avoiding ATM fees:
- Be aware of the ATM fees charged by your bank or credit union.
- Avoid using out-of-network ATMs whenever possible.
- If you must use an out-of-network ATM, try to find one that does not charge an operator fee.
- Use a bank or credit union that offers ATM fee rebates.
You can use your Cash Card at any ATM to withdraw cash, but there are some fees to be aware of. By using in-network ATMs and taking advantage of Cash App’s free ATM withdrawal offer, you can minimize the amount of money you pay in ATM fees.