Welcome to Cash Now Pawn,
Winston-Salem's most trusted pawn and bargain center

Come in and see one of our friendly staff and find out what makes us the best pawnshop in Winston-Salem, NC!!

Established in 2010,
We have a knowledgeable staff with decades of experience

We take time with your stuff…. We will spend the time needed to determine the value of your goods, and your options for ways to get the most cash for your merchandise!

Give us a call at 1-336-896-9757
and we can help you find the perfect gift , for you or a loved one

If you find the perfect gift, but don’t have the cash to take it home today? We have flexible Layaway for every income level

Welcome to Cash Now Pawn, Winston-Salem's most trusted pawn and bargain center

Welcome to Cash Now Pawn, Located in Winston-Salem, NC! Give us a call at: 1-336-896-9757

We are pawnbrokers specializing in confidential, hassle-free collateral loans. We offer the most money for your new or gently used merchandise & Layaway for 10% down! If you already deal with other pawn stores, that is fine. But in order to get your business, we offer you 5% more for your item than you may have received from other pawnshops, on previous loans.

By far the most amazing, clean pawn shop I’ve been to in person. The pawn brokers are reasonable and always willing to make a deal, and I didn’t have to stand in line forever! Clean, Courteous and Reasonable.


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I LOVE this pawn shop. I am loyal customer, always coming back for more. They never seem to fail when it comes to providing new products and great service. I highly recommend this pawn shop to anyone.

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You guys have the best services Ever! I sold my iphone at a great price.


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Great Deals, Excellent Service!!

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Current Pawn News!

The 6PM Recap With Gary Wagner: Reeling, Tripping, Stumbling, Falling and Looming

Runaway train never going back Wrong way on a one way track Seems like I should be getting somewhere Somehow I’m neither here nor there – Soul Asylum Well, maybe “never” is too strong a word. But conditions are going to be unsettled for some time in world markets, making for very good prospects for safe haven investors. That includes those interested in gold and (conditionally) silver. It also includes the face prices of bonds, which are going up but are seeing, naturally, lower yields. Those yields already are painfully low, especially in Germany and Japan; it looks as if U.S. Treasury yields are headed in the same basement direction. Although off its highs for the day, gold is still holding on to a robust gain of about $6.50 per ounce as we head toward 4 o’clock on the East Coast. Silver, however, took a bit of a bath, despite the help it received from a weaker U.S. dollar. Silver is in the throes of an oversupply trough and a soft industrial demand cycle. (See China below.) It is off almost 2% on the day. West Texas Intermediate crude seems hell bent on forcing the $40 floor. It briefly did dip into the 39’s today for the first time since 2009 before recovering to $40.30 (at 3:45 PM in New York). Moreover at eight weeks, U.S. crude is in the midst of its longest losing streak since 1986. There are two major factors driving this activity right now as everyone knows except for a hermit... read more

Gold Could Benefit As China’s Economic Weakness Impacts Fed Policy

(Kitco News) – Gold could continue to benefit next week as China’s financial crisis could have more weight on the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy decisions more than domestic economic data, according to some analysts. Gold’s rally this week started Wednesday afternoon as the market reacted to what was deemed as dovish minutes from the July Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. The minutes showed that some committee members were concerned what impact China’s slowing economy, as well as the global equity selloff, could have on the U.S. economy. Some economists have noted that the comments were made in July, but since then conditions have worsened, forcing China to devalue its currency. Many analysts and economists are expecting that continued financial turmoil in China could delay the Federal Reserve from hiking rates as early as September, which would be U.S. dollar negative and gold positive. “Gold has captured the imagination of the market once again,” said Adam Button, currency strategist at Forexlive.com “Uncertainty about what the Fed will do in September has left traders with a severe case of indigestion and looking for a safe place to ride out the month ahead.” The late-week rally helped gold erase the last six weeks of losses. Comex December gold futures ended Friday’s session at $1,159.60 an ounce, up more than 4% on the week. Although silver managed to extend its winning streak for four weeks, its momentum could be waning as prices close Friday at $15.301 an ounce, up just less than 0.5% since Monday. Looking ahead, because of gold’s strong gains, optimism is high in the... read more

Gold Optimism Growing As Main Street, Wall Street Majority See Higher Prices Next Week

(Kitco News) – A late-week rally in gold is helping drive optimism in the marketplace as a strong majority among retail investors and market professionals expect to see higher prices next week, according to the weekly Kitco News Wall Street vs Main Street Gold Survey. Gold prices are preparing to close its second consecutive week in positive territory, showing gains of more than 5% after the market hit a six-week high in overnight activity Friday. This week, 304 people participated in Kitco’s weekly online gold survey; among the participants, 193 people, or 63% are bullish on gold next week; 74 voters, or 24%, are bearish on the yellow metal, while 37 people, or 12%, are neutral. Last week’s survey showed that 58% of online voters were bullish on the yellow metal. The results of Kitco’s market professional survey, was relatively similar to Main Street as a strong majority expect this rally to continue next week. Out of 35 market experts contacted, 18 responded, of which 11, or 61%, said they expect to see higher prices next week. At the same time, four professionals, or 22%, said they see lower prices, and three people, or 17%, are neutral on gold. Market participants include bullion dealers, investment banks, futures traders and technical-chart analysts. According to analysts, dovish minutes from the July Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting have helped support gold prices as markets have pushed back expectations of the Federal Reserve’s first rate hike. Shifting interest rate expectation, a weaker U.S. dollar and equity markets are expected to continue to drive gold prices higher. “It... read more

Cash Now Pawn
7732 North Point Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC 27106, USA
Phone:(336) 896-9757

Monday:        9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday:       9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday:     9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday:           9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday:      9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday:        Closed

Triad Pawn Brokers
2132 Old Lexington Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27107
Phone:(336) 788-0052


Monday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday Closed

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