Money orders are a secure alternative to personal checks and cash. But a common inconvenience when buying a money order is that several financial institutions that issue them are closed on Sundays. There are, however, several options available for obtaining a money order on a Sunday.
One of the most convenient places to get a money order on a Sunday is at the grocery store. While you’re doing your weekly shopping, you can take care of one more errand by stopping at the money services or customer service counter to get a money order. Check online a full list of grocery stores that will sell money orders on a Sunday.
In addition to grocery stores, there are other convenient options. Below, we’ve made the list of where to get a money order on Sunday, including limits, fees, and accepted payment methods.
Can I buy a money order with a debit or credit card?
Yes and no. Some places — namely banks and grocery stores — will accept credit cards for money orders, but the transaction will often be processed as a cash advance, which can carry some hefty fees. A cash advance results in a much higher APR, as well as an increase in the amount of money you owe on the credit card — not to mention, there may be a transaction fee, as well. All things considered, this route is not recommended. But we suggest you contact the business before you make the trip over.
You have several options to choose from when purchasing a money order on a Sunday. The most convenient place will be your local grocery store. Other options include 7-Eleven, CVS, Rite Aid, Kmart, and Walmart.
Southwest Check Cashing and Liquor store is closed on Sundays however we do offer money orders and check cashing as well as an extensive liquor store for your convenience Mon-Saturday. We have extended store hours on Fridays.