Pawn Shop - How it works

To get a pawn loan, you need to come into one of our 7 pawn shop locations in the El Paso area with an item of value that you own. This could include gold, silver, jewelry, firearms, tools, musical instruments and electronics among other things. Once you are in the store a member of the Benny’s staff can provide you with a short term cash solution, in the form of a short-term collateral loan.

First we will appraise the item that you wish to use as collateral. If satisfied with our appraisal, you can choose to pawn off the item and get cash in return.

Not sure if the item of your choice can be used as collateral?

You would be surprised at the array of goods that you could possibly pawn off at one of our stores.

At Benny’s we accept almost any item of value including jewelry (even the broken bits and pieces), scrap gold, precious metals, cameras and camera equipment, musical instruments and gear, electronics, computers, flat-panel TVs, game systems, DVDs and video games, guns and other personal defense equipment, gold coins, collector’s gold coins, leather goods,  household goods, construction equipment, used tools, sporting goods and much more.

Receive cash for pawned items – maybe even items that are just lying around your home collecting dust. We are perpetually in search of new interesting and unique products. In addition to our pawn service, we also offer Title Loan services against Cars, trucks, and boats, using the title to the vehicle as collateral.
In the event that you have an item that you are not sure can be used as collateral, just bring it along when you come in and a member of our staff would be more than happy to appraise it for you. Now all you have to do is find a Benny’s near you and come on in.

Pawn Shop - Who can use our services

There are no requirements to purchase merchandise at our stores. However, in order to pawn, trade, or sell at our locations, you must be 18 years of age or older, and you must present a valid government-issued I.D.

Pawn Shop – Why Benny’s?