• What Is Kirkland Ca$h?

    Kirkland Ca$h is Kirkland’s community currency, which can be used like cash ONLY at participating businesses located in Kirkland. It’s like a gift certificate that can be used at any of the 80 participating businesses throughout the City of Kirkland.

  • Where can I spend Kirkland Ca$h?

    There’s a growing list of local businesses that accept the currency and you can view them here.

  • Can Kirkland Ca$h certificates be used more than once?

    No. Each certificate has a unique code that, once claimed, cannot be reused.

  • Do Kirkland Ca$h certificates expire?

    Kirkland Ca$h certificates that were distributed as part of the “You Stay We Pay” promotion expired on August 31, 2022.

    Kirkland Ca$h certificates that are distributed as part of the current “Stay & Play” promotion will expire on June 30th, 2023.

  • Can I pay for hotel stays with Kirkland Ca$h?

    Yes, Kirkland Ca$h can be used to pay for hotel stays at any of the participating hotels. See the participating hotel merchants here. Note: You cannot pay for the stay in which you are earning the certificates, but you can use Kirkland Ca$h to extend that stay for additional dates, or to book a future stay.

  • Do Kirkland Ca$h certificates hold a balance?

    Each Kirkland Ca$h certificate is one-time use only, and the full amount must be used in a single transaction. We encourage to maximize the full certificate balance when spending your Kirkland Ca$h.

Still Have Questions?

If you still have questions, after reviewing our FAQ above, you can email the City of Kirkland at