So, you have your hand on a Cash App card and would really love to buy those shoes on Amazon now. Unfortunately, you have absolutely no idea how to put money into it in order to use it.
Well, if you have a bank account linked to your Cash App, it’s as simple as navigating through a bunch of menus, and hey presto, you got yourself a loaded Cash app.
You can then spend the available balance using your Cash app Card. The entire process is menu-driven, so as long as you can press a button, you already have everything you need.
Let’s take a look at how to link your bank account to your Cash app, how to add money to Cash app card, and how you could check the balance to see if the whole thing worked.
Can You Add Money to Cash App Card in Store?
The short answer is no, you can’t add cash to your Cash App card in-store. At least, not right now.
At this time, the only available way you can add money to Cash App card is by linking your debit card or a bank account. (See the Cash App Support answer below)
From the Cash app home screen, you can then tap “Add Cash” and put the desired amount in.
The balance you’ll be adding will automatically be deducted from your linked bank account.
More about that later. For now, let’s look at the right steps to follow to add a bank account to your Cash App.
How To Add A Bank Account To Cash App?
Before you can put money into your Cash App, you’ll first need to link your bank account to it.
This will allow you to transfer money freely between the app and your bank account.
At this point, we’re going to assume that you’ve already installed the app. If not, then go ahead and do it now.
The first thing you’ll need to do is to go to the Cash App home screen and tap the “My Cash” tab (lower left-hand corner of the home screen).
Next, you should select “Add Bank” and simply add your bank details and follow the prompts, and you should be good to go.
If for whatever reason you want to change the info on a bank you’ve already linked, here’s what you need to do:
From here, you can delete your bank details by tapping “Remove Bank” or modify it by tapping “Replace Bank”
Follow the Prompts after this and you’re done.
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How To Add Money To Cash App Card?
Now that you’ve linked your bank account to your Cash App, can we get those shoes now? Well, not quite yet.
First, you’ll need to put money into it. Just like linking your bank account, adding money into your Cash App involves nothing more than tapping a few buttons:
First, navigate to the home screen and then tap the “My Cash” tab in the lower left-hand corner of the app screen.
Next, tap on “Add Cash”. You’ll then be prompted to enter the amount you want to add, so do that now.
Once you’re happy with the amount you entered, press “Add”. Once that’s done, the app will ask for confirmation on your identity.
At this point, you’ll need to input your password or your PIN code.
If you only have one bank account linked to your Cash App, you shouldn’t get any more prompts after this. If you have more than one Debit Card or Bank account linked to your Cash App, you will need to designate which one of them is your “default account”. The amount of money you add to the Cash app will then automatically be deducted from the default account.
Adding cash to your Cash App balance will require you to input your PIN to confirm the transaction, so try not to forget your PIN.
Checking Your Cash App Balance
Checking the balance on your Cash App is relatively straightforward.
Simply navigate to the dashboard or home screen, and you can find it there. The remaining balance is usually seen at the top center of the screen.
You can also access your transaction history by downloading it to your PC:
It should then automatically download, and you can access the file on your Downloads folder.
It’s not that complicated to learn how to load Cash App card. Thankfully it’s not a very complicated process, you just have to try it yourself a few times before you get the hang of it.
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