Stop & Shop sells Western Union money orders but doesn’t cash them. There’s a $1,000 limit per money order. Fees vary by store but are usually around $1 per money order.
Does Stop & Shop Sell Money Orders?
When purchasing a money order at Stop & Shop, you’ll need to show a government-issued driver’s license or photo ID.
The maximum money order amount at Stop & Shop is $1,000. If you need to send more than $1,000, you can purchase more than one money order.
Money order fees vary by location. However, you can typically expect to pay around $1 per money order at Stop & Shop.
If you’re looking for a fee-free option, see our research on where to get free money orders.
You can pay for your money order with cash or a debit card. Stop & Shop doesn’t accept credit cards for money order purchases.
If you’re using cash, keep in mind that you’ll need the money order amount plus the fee amount on hand.
The customer service desk isn’t open any time the store is open; its hours vary by location. Typically, you can get a money order between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
You might want to contact your local Stop & Shop to check its customer service hours before visiting.
Does Stop & Shop Cash Money Orders?
While you can purchase money orders at Stop & Shop, you can’t cash them — even those purchased at Stop & Shop — at any of the chain’s locations.
See our list of other places that cash money orders.
For more information about money orders, see our money order FAQ.
- Stop & Shop store customer service representatives