The Aggie Cash account was located right on the UC Davis ID Card and was used by students, faculty, and staff. Aggie Cash was used to pay for food at popular (and heck, even unpopular) restaurants on and off campus. You could have deposited any amount of money into your Aggie Cash account. It saved about 10% at certain places (mainly on campus) and most of the time did not get charged sales tax.

It was formerly known as the Off Campus Meal Plan. It was a re-branding for Munch Money.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: After the 2013-2014 School Year the off campus aggie cash program ended, meaning that no off campus vendors accepted aggie cash, after June 13 2014.

The off-campus network of Aggie Cash was discontinued on June 13, 2014. Click here for frequently asked questions about this program change.

To add money to your account you had to go to the:

  • Dining Services Meal Card Office at Cowell Annex and open from 8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
  • Silo Union Business Office, 2nd Floor and open from 9:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. , Monday through Friday
  • Silo Grab & go cashiers can add money
  • Scrubs, in the Health Sciences District and open from 7:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m.
  • online

Participating Merchants

The list of participating on and off campus merchants

Past Participating Merchants

For history's sake, here is a list of past participating merchants

Past Participating Departed Merchants


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12/11/07 Is this page really up to date? I have a meal plan and occasionally convert swipes to aggie cash; I went to pita pit once and they would not accept it for whatever reason, I think woodstocks did the same to me too. An up to date page on currently accepting eateries would be nice. -JeffreyOropeza

  • It's up to you to do it, same as every other thing on the wiki.

2008-04-08 16:29:42   I'd like an update as well —AnnaF

  • Somebody needs to do it... somebody just like you!

2008-12-06 08:14:43   I don't get the point of this. It may make sense if, say, putting $10 on the card gave $13 in aggie cash, but how is this any different from a debit card?? —RohiniJasavala

2008-12-07 17:24:23   aggie cash at the subway by the train station has a machine that doesnt work according to the guy there anyways too. But you can get discounts places with aggie cash, so its different than a debit card —AnnaF

2009-11-17 12:34:33   Are you sure you guys have Aggie Cash, not Gold Plus? —maranda

  • I'm pretty sure that is the confusion. It is annoying how the Gold Plus was advertised as Aggie Cash at some point. —hankim
    • Yeah, is there a Gold Plus page? Maybe that would help clear up some confusion. —maranda

2010-10-05 22:08:06   I edited the list to represent what is on the official website:

If there are any changes needed to be made, please make them. —BmetalV