How To Put Money On Cash App Card At ATM (Step by Step)

Adding money to the Cash Card is crucial to using the card. Here are the best places that allow you to load money on your Cash App card.
Tebid Kelly
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The Cash App card is a Visa debit card that allows users use their Cash App balance in a more flexible way for purchases both online and in store.

Adding money on the Cash App card is crucial for using the card for purchases, and given the availability of modern ATMs nowadays, most users consider ATMs for loading money onto their Cash Cards.

Most modern ATMs allow users to add money to their bank cards directly from the ATM.

However, this feature is only available for traditional bank cards, and the Cash Card is not one.

As a matter of fact, Cash App is not a brick-mortar bank and neither has any physical branch nor its own ATMs to offer this feature.

Thankfully, there are a couple of convenient ways to put money on a Cash App card and if you're wondering how, keep reading.

To help you out, we've compiled the best ways to add money to your Cash App card.

Table of Contents

Can I Load My Cash App Card At ATM?

No, you cannot load your Cash App card at ATM.

Most financial institutions (banks and credit unions) that allow ATM deposit accept it at their own deposit-enabled ATMs.

Cash App does not own any ATM, meaning it does not allow users to deposit money to their Cash Cards at ATMs.

There are two ways to put money on a Cash Card; — online (through a linked bank account) or in store (at a participating retailer location).

Also Read: How To Add Money To Cash App Without Debit Card

How To Put Money On Cash App Card At ATM

If you got physical cash and are looking to load it to your Cash App card, there are even more convenient ways to do so.

A perfect alternative to putting money on your Cash App card at an ATM is through Cash App's Paper Money Deposit.

Cash App allow users do paper money deposits at a number of participating stores including:

  • 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
  • Dollar General

To put money on Cash App card an any participating store:

  1. Open Cash App on your phone.
  2. Tap the Banking tab on your Cash App home screen
  3. Select Paper Money
  4. 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.

Also Read: How To Transfer Money From Credit Card To Cash App

Cash App Paper Money Deposit Limit

You can deposit up to $1,000 each rolling 7 days and $4,000 per rolling 30 days with Paper Money.

Transactions must be at least $5 and no more than $500 per deposit.

The 7-day and 30-day restrictions are calculated on a rolling basis.

If you reach your deposit limit, Cash App will send you an email with more information.

Where Can I Put Money To My Cash App Card Without Bank Account?

You can put money to your Cash App card without bank account by visiting any participating retailer location such as Walmart, Walgreens, 7-Eleven, Family Dollar etc.

Final Thoughts: How To Put Money On Cash App Card At ATM

Cash App is not a traditional bank and does not own ATMs, meaning you can't put money on Cash App card at an ATM.

However, Cash App offers online and offline methods to put money on a Cash App card.

When loading money on the Cash Card, keep a close eye on the paper money deposit limit to avoid any inconvenience that may arise during the process.

Can I deposit cash into Cash App?

Yes, you can deposit cash into Cash App at any participating store.

Which ATM does Cash App use?

Cash Cards work at any ATM, with just a $2.50 fee charged by Cash App.

Why can't I add cash to my Cash App?

If you can't add cash to the cash app card then perhaps it was due to a card number mistake, an expired debit/credit card, or insufficient funds or you have accessed the Cash app.

About the Author

Tebid Kelly
I'm Tebid Kelly, A Content Creator, Video Producer Financial Consultant and Certified Google Publisher. I write contents for, which are my two blogs.

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