Walmart MoneyCenter: Hours and Services

Services include bill pay and money transfers. Hours are 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.
Spencer TierneyMar 4, 2021

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The Walmart MoneyCenter is an in-store and online alternative to a bank. You can find prepaid debit cards, credit cards, money transfers and cash services. All Walmart stores offer these services, even if they don’t have a designated center.

If you use Walmart MoneyCenter because you don’t have a bank account, you might want to consider opening one. Many bank accounts have no monthly fees and provide the same services you get from Walmart — including check cashing and some money transfers — without fees. And many are available on your phone. (Had a hard time getting a bank account in the past? Check out for a possible solution.)

The usual hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, according to Walmart, but exact times vary by store.

To find the hours for a Walmart MoneyCenter near you:

Here’s a breakdown of main products and services by category at Walmart MoneyCenters:

Many of its money services are relatively cheap and don’t require that you have a bank account to use them, but they’re limited. Since Walmart isn't a bank, it partners with various financial institutions, including banks and licensed money transfer companies, to offer its selection.

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Full-service accounts, in contrast, often give free services such as paper checks and access to branches and ATMs. And since Walmart is a retailer above all else, visiting the store to do your banking might turn into an impulse shopping trip if you’re not careful.

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