EagleCash is a Stored Value Card. You put an amount of money on it from your bank or credit union account using a self-service kiosk. When you use the card to buy something, the cost of what you are buying is deducted from the card. When you need to, you add money to your EagleCash card from your bank or credit union account.
Who can have an EagleCash card?
- Soldiers or civilians working directly for the Department of Defense (DoD) or a federal government agency AND are deployed.
- Receive an enrolled EagleCash card without restriction. An enrolled card is attached to your bank account and allows you to use the card at a kiosk.
- A civilian contractor can have an enrolled EagleCash card if the company has entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with the appropriate authority.
- Soldiers, civilians, or Local Nationals within the deployed location.
- Receive an un-enrolled EagleCash card without restriction. An un-enrolled card is one that is not attached to a bank account – instead, it acts as an electronic wallet.
Where can I use my EagleCash card?
The EagleCash card can be used at a variety of locations, including:
- Post or Base Exchange
- Base post office
- Most concessionaries on base
- Many local vendors, too!
How do I get an EagleCash card?
- In the United States, these CONUS bases
- Outside of the United States, these sites that use EagleCash
If you are a soldier or a Department of Defense civilian, the EagleCash card will be issued as part of the deployment process. The card can also be issued in the deployed location by the local Finance office if a replacement is required.
If you are a contractor, the EagleCash card can be issued to you during the deployment process while in the United States or when deployed as long as your company has entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with the appropriate authority.
If you are an eligible local national, you can be issued a card at the local military finance office.
Last modified 10/18/18