EZCORP ANNOUNCES SECOND QUARTER RESULTS

                   EZCORP ANNOUNCES SECOND QUARTER RESULTS

Delivers Earnings in Upper Half of Guidance Range

PR Newswire

AUSTIN, Texas, April 30, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas, April30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --EZCORP, Inc. (NASDAQ: EZPW), a
leading provider of instant cash solutions for consumers, today announced
results for its second fiscal quarter ended March31, 2013.

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For the quarter, total revenues were $272 million, a record for the Company.
Net income was $34 million, and earnings per share were $0.63, within the
Company's previously announced guidance range of $0.60 to $0.65.

EZCORP continued to execute its growth strategy of developing new stores, new
channels and new products:

  oNew Stores —  During the quarter, the Company opened 39 de novo locations,
    bringing total de novo stores opened in the first half of fiscal 2013 to
    114. Including the 32 stores acquired during the first quarter, the
    Company has added 146 new locations so far this fiscal year. Combined,
    these locations, as well as the 153 other de novo locations opened in
    fiscal 2011 and 2012, are performing ahead of the Company's pro forma
    expectations.
  oNew Channels —  The Company continues to develop and grow its payroll
    withholding lending business in Mexico through its Grupo Finmart
    subsidiary (doing business under the names "Crediamigo" and "Adex"), where
    total loans outstanding were up 37% year-over-year. And in the first full
    quarter since acquisition, the Company's U.S. online lending business more
    than doubled its total loans outstanding and is now offering loan products
    in five states. At quarter end, over 70% of the Company's non-pawn loan
    balances were attributable to payroll withholding and online lending.
  oNew Products —  The Company continues to develop new short-term loan
    products to respond to customer demand and preferences and to address
    regulatory changes. In addition, the Company is now offering Western
    Union services in almost 650 locations in the United States and Canada,
    with roll-out to the remaining locations to be completed in the third
    quarter.

Consolidated Financial Highlights — Second quarter of fiscal 2013 vs. prior
year quarter

  oTotal revenues were $272 million, up 6%, largely attributable to the
    acquisition of controlling interests in Grupo Finmart at the end of
    January 2012 and Cash Genie in April 2012 and the inclusion of 100% of
    their revenues in EZCORP's consolidated revenues.
  oNet income was $34 million, down 9%, primarily attributable to the
    continuing challenging gold and jewelry environment. Excluding the impact
    of gold scrap, net income was up 6% compared to prior year quarter.The
    Company estimates the change in gold metrics (price and volume) from the
    prior year quarter caused a deterioration of approximately $10 million in
    consolidated net revenues. The Company has provided supplemental
    information regarding the impact of the gold environment in the Investor
    Relations section of its website (www.ezcorp.com).

    This decrease in net income follows a 22% year-over-year net income
    decline in the first quarter, and reflects expected improvement in
    trajectory largely attributable to the following:

       oThe drag associated with the 111 de novo stores opened during the
         nine months ended December 31, 2012 improved during the quarter, as
         these stores approach profitability in line with the pro forma
         operating model.
       oInvestments in IT and other infrastructure improvements, including
         decision science models and tools, led to direct improvements in bad
         debt and inventory management and other operational efficiencies, and
         contributed to the Company's ability to develop new products and
         services.
       oAggressive expense management led to significant quarter-over-quarter
         improvement in corporate administrative expenses.

  oThe Company ended the quarter with $389 million in earning assets, an
    increase of 25%, driven primarily by increases in consumer loans in
    Mexico, as well as inventory and pawn loans in the U.S. and Mexico.
    Earning assets consist of pawn loans, consumer loans and inventory on the
    balance sheet, combined with CSO loans not on the balance sheet.
  oCash and cash equivalents, including restricted cash, at quarter-end were
    $43 million, with debt of $172 million, including $98 million Crediamigo
    third party debt, which is non-recourse to EZCORP.

U.S. & Canada — Strong Growth in Loan Balances

  oDe Novo Growth — During the quarter, the Company added 12 new locations in
    the U.S. & Canada segment. During the first half of fiscal 2013, the
    Company added a total of 75 locations in the U.S & Canada segment,
    consisting of 22 pawn stores and 53 financial services locations.
  oPawn — The Company's U.S. Pawn & Retail business, consisting of 499 stores
    in 21 states, continued to perform well in a challenging gold and jewelry
    environment. Excluding the impact of expected declines in the gold
    scrapping business, the core pawn loan and merchandise sales business
    posted solid year-over-year gains.

       oPawn loan balances were $120 million at quarter end, reflecting 10%
         growth in total and 3% on a same store basis. The overall pawn loan
         portfolio continues to reflect the ongoing shift to general
         merchandise collateral, with general merchandise loan balances up 12%
         in total and 9% on a same store basis. Even in the challenging gold
         and jewelry environment, jewelry loan balances increased 3% in total
         and 1% on a same store basis, and jewelry continues to constitute
         approximately two-thirds of the total loan portfolio.
       oPawn service charges increased 8% in total and 3% on a same store
         basis. This increase is largely attributable to operational
         efficiencies driven by infrastructure investments the Company has
         been making for the past several quarters.
       oRedemption rates were 84%, up from 83% a year ago. The jewelry
         redemption rate increased 100 basis points to 87%, while the general
         merchandise redemption rate decreased 100 basis points to 78%.
       oMerchandise sales increased 2% in total, but decreased 4% on a same
         store basis. These results reflect the continuing softness in the
         jewelry retail market, as well as the delay in this year's federal
         tax refunds. Gross margin on merchandise sales was 41%, which was
         flat to the same quarter last year.

  oFinancial Services — The U. S. financial services business now consists of
    490 storefront locations in 16 states and online lending in five states.
    The Company is now offering financial services products, in storefronts,
    online or both, in a total of 17 states.

       oTotal loan balances were $38 million, up 13%. Customers continued to
         shift from first generation loan products (traditional payday and
         installment loans) to second generation single payment, multiple
         payment and auto title loan products. Balances related to these
         productsincreased approximately57%, driven by auto title loans. In
         a challenging regulatory environment, loan balances in Texas grew
         7%. Total loan balances outside of Texas grew 17%, driven by new
         locations and new products.
       oFees were $42 million, up 3%, reflecting loan growth in new states
         and the addition of online lending, somewhat offset by the shift to
         lower-yielding products and the challenging regulatory environment in
         Texas.
       oBad debt as a percentage of fees was 15%, up 150 basis points, driven
         by the growth in new stores and new products, as well as higher bad
         debt experience from online generated loans.
       oThe profitability of the financial services business was negatively
         impacted by approximately $1 million during the quarter as a result
         of ordinances enacted in Dallas, San Antonio and Austin.

  oOnline Lending — As expected, the U.S. online business negatively impacted
    earnings per share by $0.03 during the second quarter. The Company
    expects a similar earnings drag in the third quarter, but expects that the
    business will cross over to profitability by the end of the fiscal year.
    During the second quarter, the U.S. online business more than doubled its
    loan book and increased its average loan size. The Company is now
    offering online loans in five states and is on track to be offering online
    loan products in 12 to 15 states by the end of the fiscal year.

Latin America — Strong Increase in Segment Contribution

Contribution from the Latin America segment increased 133% and now accounts
for over 10% of consolidated segment contribution, up from less than 4% a year
ago.

  oPawn — Empeno Facil, the Company's Mexico pawn operation, continued its
    strong performance. At the end of the quarter, the Company operated 277
    pawn stores in Mexico, 72 of which have been open less than 12 months.
    Full-line format locations (which make up 81% of all Empeno Facil
    locations), regardless of age, are running well ahead of the Company's
    investment model.

       oDuring the quarter, Empeno Facil added 23 new de novo locations for a
         total of 47 during the first half of the fiscal year.
       oPawn loan balances grew to $19 million, up 39% in total and 21% on a
         same store basis. General merchandise loan balances grew 48% in
         total and 25% on a same store basis, while jewelry loan balances
         decreased 11% in total and 24% on a same store basis. General
         merchandise loans now comprise 84% of Empeno Facil's pawn loan
         portfolio, up from 79% last year.
       oPawn service charges increased 36% in total and 17% on a same store
         basis, reflecting significant operational improvements from the
         Company's increasingly experienced Mexican storefront teams.
       oMerchandise sales increased 37% in total and 12% on a same store
         basis. Gross margin on merchandise sales was 41%, down 190 basis
         points from a year ago, reflecting more aggressive pricing.

  oPayroll Withholding Lending — Grupo Finmart, the Company's Mexico payroll
    withholding lending business (now doing business under two names,
    Crediamigo and Adex), continues to gain market share through the addition
    of new contracts and increased contract penetration.

       oTotal loan balances at the end of the quarter were $91 million, up
         37%.
       oGrupo Finmart added four new employer contracts during the quarter,
         and has increased its contract penetration rates by 500% since March
         31, 2012.
       oNet revenues were $13 million in the quarter, with bad debt as a
         percentage of fees less than 1%.

Other International — Highlighted by Cash Converters International's Strong
Performance

  oIn February, Cash Converters International Limited, the Company's
    strategic affiliate in Australia, announced that it had achieved a 39%
    increase in net income during the first half of its fiscal 2013 (ended
    December 31, 2012), which resulted in a 43% contribution increase to
    EZCORP's results in its second quarter (ended March 31, 2013). The net
    income increase was due principally to strong growth in Cash Converters
    International's personal loan business in Australia and the U.K.
  oAlbemarle & Bond Holdings PLC, the Company's strategic affiliate in the
    U.K., announced a 31% decrease in net income during the first half of its
    fiscal 2013 (ended December 31, 2012), mainly due to a reduction in gold
    buying profits. In addition, Albemarle & Bond recently announced that it
    expected profits for the full year (ending June 30, 2013) to be materially
    below current market expectations, citing further reductions in gold
    buying profits and pressure on its pawn loan business due to the
    challenging gold environment and increased competition.
  oThe Company's combined equity investments in Cash Converters International
    and Albemarle & Bond generated a 10% decrease in earnings attributable to
    EZCORP for the quarter, as compared to the same period last year.

CEO Commentary

Paul Rothamel, EZCORP's President and Chief Executive Officer, stated: "The
second quarter shows the trajectory that we originally planned this year. Our
year-over-year earnings decline moderated significantly during the quarter,
and we expect to deliver year-over-year earnings growth by the end of the year
and to return to double-digit earnings growth next year. This improvement is
the direct result of investments we have made to deliver new stores, new
channels and new products, and we believe those investments will continue to
pay off in the form of net income growth."

Company Outlook

The Company affirms its fiscal 2013 earnings per share guidance of $2.55 to
$2.80, and currently expects earnings per share for the third quarter of
fiscal 2013 to be between $0.47 and $0.52. The Company believes its
performance, in year-over-year comparison terms, will improve each quarter for
the rest of fiscal 2013, and expects to return to year-over-year earnings
growth in the second half of the year. A continuation of the challenging gold
environment and the unfavorable financial services regulatory environment in
Texas will likely lead to earnings in the lower end of the guidance range.

About EZCORP

EZCORP is a leading provider of instant cash solutions for consumers,
employing approximately 7,800 teammates and operating over 1,400
Company-operated pawn, buy/sell and personal financial services locations in
the U.S., Mexico and Canada. We provide a variety of instant cash solutions,
including pawn loans, consumer loans and fee-based credit services to
customers seeking loans. At our pawn and buy/sell stores, we also sell
merchandise, primarily collateral forfeited from pawn lending operations and
used merchandise purchased from customers.

EZCORP owns controlling interests in Prestaciones Finmart, S.A.P.I. de C.V.,
SOFOM, E.N.R. (doing business under the names "Crediamigo" and "Adex"), a
leading provider of payroll deduction loans in Mexico; in Ariste Holding
Limited (doing business under the name "Cash Genie"), a leading provider of
online loans in the U.K.; and in Renueva Commercial, S.A.P.I. de C.V., an
operator of buy/sell stores in Mexico under the name "TUYO." The Company also
has significant investments in Albemarle & Bond Holdings PLC (ABM.L), one of
the U.K.'s largest pawnbroking businesses with over 180 full-line stores
offering pawnbroking, jewelry retailing, gold buying and financial services;
and in Cash Converters International Limited (CCV.ASX), which franchises and
operates a worldwide network of over 700 stores that provide personal
financial services and sell pre-owned merchandise.

Special Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

This announcement contains certain forward-looking statements regarding the
Company's expected operating and financial performance for future periods,
including expected future earnings and growth rates. These statements are
based on the Company's current expectations. Actual results for future
periods may differ materially from those expressed or implied by these
forward-looking statements due to a number of uncertainties and other factors,
including changes in the regulatory environment, changing market conditions in
the overall economy and the industry, fluctuations in gold prices or the
desire of our customers to pawn or sell their gold items, and consumer demand
for the Company's services and merchandise. For a discussion of these and
other factors affecting the Company's business and prospects, see the
Company's annual, quarterly and other reports filed with the Securities and
Exchange Commission.

EZCORP Investor Relations
(512) 314-2220
Investor_Relations@ezcorp.com
www.ezcorp.com



EZCORP, Inc.

Highlights of Consolidated Statements of Operations (Unaudited)

(in thousands, except per share data)
                                 Three Months Ended     Six Months Ended
                                 March 31,              March 31,
                                 2013        2012       2013        2012
                                 (in thousands, except per share amounts)
Revenues:
Merchandise sales                $ 100,906   $ 94,997   $ 196,488   $ 181,891
Jewelry scrapping sales          43,568      53,175     89,493      109,578
Pawn service charges             62,594      56,444     128,618     116,236
Consumer loan fees               62,310      50,319     127,075     95,407
Other revenues                   2,696       1,343      7,526       2,039
Total revenues                   272,074     256,278    549,200     505,151
Merchandise cost of goods sold   59,177      55,880     114,678     104,276
Jewelry scrapping cost of goods  30,092      32,310     62,291      67,734
sold
Consumer loan bad debt           8,880       6,466      22,954      17,491
Net revenues                     173,925     161,622    349,277     315,650
Operating expenses:
Operations                       105,547     86,624     212,809     169,182
Administrative                   8,603       11,998     22,274      23,652
Depreciation and amortization    8,763       7,259      16,415      12,514
(Gain) loss on sale or disposal  13          27         42          (174)
of assets
Total operating expenses         122,926     105,908    251,540     205,174
Operating income                 50,999      55,714     97,737      110,476
Interest income                  (138)       (314)      (316)       (353)
Interest expense                 3,891       2,560      7,706       3,150
Equity in net income of          (4,125)     (4,577)    (9,163)     (8,738)
unconsolidated affiliates
Other (income) expense           405         802        (96)        (317)
Income before income taxes       50,966      57,243     99,606      116,734
Income tax expense               16,086      19,870     32,571      40,009
Net income                       34,880      37,373     67,035      76,725
Net income attributable to
redeemable noncontrolling        899         112        2,337       112
interest
Net income attributable to       $ 33,981    $ 37,261   $ 64,698    $ 76,613
EZCORP, Inc.
Net income per common share:     $ 0.63      $ 0.73     $ 1.22      $ 1.51
Diluted
Weighted average shares          54,252      51,069     53,172      50,887
outstanding: Diluted



EZCORP, Inc.

Highlights of Consolidated Balance Sheets (Unaudited)

(in thousands)
                                               March 31,
                                               2013          2012
Assets:
Current assets:
Cash and cash equivalents                      $ 41,443      $ 46,674
Cash, restricted                               1,204         930
Pawn loans                                     138,380       122,305
Consumer loans, net                            36,596        24,275
Pawn service charges receivable, net           25,388        22,296
Consumer loan fees receivable, net             33,507        24,551
Inventory, net                                 116,517       87,834
Deferred tax asset                             15,716        18,228
Income tax receivable                          3,079         2,351
Prepaid expenses and other assets              42,421        34,474
Total current assets                           454,251       383,918
Investments in unconsolidated affiliates       147,232       120,056
Property and equipment, net                    118,979       95,044
Restricted cash, non-current                   2,197         —
Goodwill                                       432,124       324,281
Intangible assets, net                         61,487        38,804
Non-current consumer loans, net                77,414        56,632
Other assets, net                              20,723        8,792
Total assets                                   $ 1,314,407   $ 1,027,527
Liabilities and stockholders' equity:
Current liabilities:
Current maturities of long-term debt           $ 34,912      $ 22,849
Current capital lease obligations              533           —
Accounts payable and other accrued expenses    63,298        58,110
Other current liabilities                      36,096        16,723
Customer layaway deposits                      8,191         7,193
Total current liabilities                      143,030       104,875
Long-term debt, less current maturities        137,376       108,084
Long-term capital lease obligations            648           —
Deferred tax liability                         10,104        8,455
Deferred gains and other long-term liabilities 15,080        13,487
Total liabilities                              306,238       234,901
Temporary equity:
Redeemable noncontrolling interest             52,982        36,908
Stockholders' equity                           955,187       755,718
Total liabilities and stockholders' equity     $ 1,314,407   $ 1,027,527



EZCORP, Inc.

Operating Segment Results (Unaudited)

(in thousands)
                     Three Months Ended March 31, 2013
                                                   Other
                     U.S.&Canada  LatinAmerica                 Consolidated
                                                   International
Revenues:
Merchandise sales    $   87,048     $   13,858     $   —          $  100,906
Jewelry scrapping    40,671         2,897          —              43,568
sales
Pawn service charges 54,512         8,082          —              62,594
Consumer loan fees   43,825         11,842         6,643          62,310
Other revenues       1,620          217            859            2,696
Total revenues       227,676        36,896         7,502          272,074
Merchandise cost of  51,167         8,010          —              59,177
goods sold
Jewelry scrapping    27,663         2,429          —              30,092
cost of goods sold
Consumer loan bad    6,864          (661)          2,677          8,880
debt
Net revenues         141,982        27,118         4,825          173,925
Segment expenses:
Operations           85,477         16,401         3,669          105,547
Depreciation and     4,909          1,771          143            6,823
amortization
(Gain) loss on sale
or disposal of       (1)            14             —              13
assets
Interest (income)    15             2,802          (1)            2,816
expense, net
Equity in net income
of unconsolidated    —              —              (4,125)        (4,125)
affiliates
Other income         (1)            (315)          —              (316)
Segment contribution $   51,583     $   6,445      $   5,139      $  63,167
Corporate expenses:
Administrative                                                    8,603
Depreciation and                                                  1,940
amortization
Interest expense,                                                 937
net
Other expense                                                     721
Income before taxes                                               50,966
Income tax expense                                                16,086
Net income                                                        34,880
Net income attributable to                                        899
redeemable noncontrolling interest
Net income
attributable to                                                   $  33,981
EZCORP, Inc.



EZCORP, Inc.

Operating Segment Results (Unaudited)

(in thousands)
                     Three Months Ended March 31, 2012
                                                   Other
                     U.S.&Canada  LatinAmerica                 Consolidated
                                                   International
Revenues:
Merchandise sales    $   85,498     $   9,499      $   —          $  94,997
Jewelry scrapping    49,414         3,761          —              53,175
sales
Pawn service charges 50,505         5,939          —              56,444
Consumer loan fees   42,806         7,383          130            50,319
Other revenues       1,219          124            —              1,343
Total revenues       229,442        26,706         130            256,278
Merchandise cost of  50,499         5,381          —              55,880
goods sold
Jewelry scrapping    29,537         2,773          —              32,310
cost of goods sold
Consumer loan bad    5,878          508            80             6,466
debt
Net revenues         143,528        18,044         50             161,622
Segment expenses:
Operations expense   75,364         11,090         170            86,624
Depreciation and     3,390          2,404          14             5,808
amortization
Loss on sale or      25             2              —              27
disposal of assets
Interest expense,    —              1,769          —              1,769
net
Equity in net income
of unconsolidated    —              —              (4,577)        (4,577)
affiliates
Other expense        909            13             —              922
Segment contribution $   63,840     $   2,766      $   4,443      $  71,049
Corporate expenses:
Administrative                                                    11,998
Depreciation and                                                  1,451
amortization
Interest expense,                                                 477
net
Other income                                                      (120)
Income before taxes                                               57,243
Income tax expense                                                19,870
Net income                                                        37,373
Net income attributable to                                        112
redeemable noncontrolling interest
Net income
attributable to                                                   $  37,261
EZCORP, Inc.



EZCORP, Inc.

Operating Segment Results (Unaudited)

(in thousands)
                            Six Months Ended March 31, 2013
                            U.S. &      Latin      Other
                                                                  Consolidated
                            Canada      America    International
                            (in thousands)
Revenues:
Merchandise sales           $ 167,513   $ 28,975   $   —          $  196,488
Jewelry scrapping sales     82,813      6,680      —              89,493
Pawn service charges        112,722     15,896     —              128,618
Consumer loan fees          89,784      23,719     13,572         127,075
Other revenues              4,414       1,871      1,241          7,526
Total revenues              457,246     77,141     14,813         549,200
Merchandise cost of goods   97,899      16,779     —              114,678
sold
Jewelry scrapping cost of   56,820      5,471      —              62,291
goods sold
Consumer loan bad debt      18,345      (1,709)    6,318          22,954
Net revenues                284,182     56,600     8,495          349,277
Segment expenses:
Operations                  172,920     32,142     7,747          212,809
Depreciation and            9,011       3,446      219            12,676
amortization
Loss on sale or disposal of 28          14         —              42
assets
Interest (income) expense,  32          5,415      (1)            5,446
net
Equity in net income of     —           —          (9,163)        (9,163)
unconsolidated affiliates
Other income                (5)         (295)      (69)           (369)
Segment contribution        $ 102,196   $ 15,878   $   9,762      $  127,836
Corporate expenses:
Administrative                                                    22,274
Depreciation and                                                  3,739
amortization
Interest expense, net                                             1,944
Other expense                                                     273
Income before taxes                                               99,606
Income tax expense                                                32,571
Net income                                                        67,035
Net income attributable to                                        2,337
noncontrolling interest
Net income attributable to                                        $  64,698
EZCORP, Inc.



EZCORP, Inc.

Operating Segment Results (Unaudited)

(in thousands)
                            Six Months Ended March 31, 2012
                            U.S. &      Latin      Other
                                                                  Consolidated
                            Canada      America    International
                            (in thousands)
Revenues:
Merchandise sales           $ 162,050   $ 19,841   $   —          $  181,891
Jewelry scrapping sales     102,280     7,298      —              109,578
Pawn service charges        104,875     11,361     —              116,236
Consumer loan fees          87,818      7,383      206            95,407
Other revenues              1,795       244        —              2,039
Total revenues              458,818     46,127     206            505,151
Merchandise cost of goods   93,950      10,326     —              104,276
sold
Jewelry scrapping cost of   62,687      5,047      —              67,734
goods sold
Consumer loan bad debt      16,768      508        215            17,491
Net (losses) revenues       285,413     30,246     (9)            315,650
Segment expenses:
Operations                  150,358     18,056     768            169,182
Depreciation and            6,613       3,174      36             9,823
amortization
(Gain) loss on sale or      (175)       1          —              (174)
disposal of assets
Interest expense, net       4           1,733      —              1,737
Equity in net income of     —           —          (8,738)        (8,738)
unconsolidated affiliates
Other (income) expense      (151)       16         (64)           (199)
Segment contribution        $ 128,764   $ 7,266    $   7,989      $  144,019
Corporate expenses:
Administrative                                                    23,652
Depreciation and                                                  2,691
amortization
Interest expense, net                                             1,060
Other income                                                      (118)
Income before taxes                                               116,734
Income tax expense                                                40,009
Net income                                                        76,725
Net income attributable to                                        112
noncontrolling interest
Net income attributable to                                        $  76,613
EZCORP, Inc.



EZCORP, Inc.

Store Count Activity
          Three Months Ended March 31, 2013
          Company-owned Stores
                                        Other
          U.S.&Canada  LatinAmerica                 Consolidated  Franchises
                                        International
Beginning 1,050          319            —              1,369         10
of period
De novo   12             27             —              39            —
Acquired  —              —              —              —             —
Sold,
combined  (4)            (1)            —              (5)           (1)
or closed
End of    1,058          345            —              1,403         9
period
          Three Months Ended March 31, 2012
          Company-owned Stores
                                        Other
          U.S. & Canada  Latin America                 Consolidated  Franchises
                                        International
Beginning 950            192            —              1,142         12
of period
De novo   8              13             —              21            —
Acquired  15             45             —              60            —
Sold,
combined  (3)            —              —              (3)           —
or closed
End of    970            250            —              1,220         12
period



          Six Months Ended March 31, 2013
          Company-owned Stores
                                        Other
          U.S.&Canada  LatinAmerica                 Consolidated  Franchises
                                        International
Beginning 987            275            —              1,262         10
of period
De novo   63             51             —              114           —
Acquired  12             20             —              32            —
Sold,
combined  (4)            (1)            —              (5)           (1)
or closed
End of    1,058          345            —              1,403         9
period
          Six Months Ended March 31, 2012
          Company-owned Stores
                                        Other
          U.S. & Canada  Latin America                 Consolidated  Franchises
                                        International
Beginning 933            178            —              1,111         13
of period
De novo   8              27             —              35            —
Acquired  40             45             —              85            —
Sold,
combined  (11)           —              —              (11)          (1)
or closed
End of    970            250            —              1,220         12
period

SOURCE EZCORP, Inc.

Website: http://www.ezcorp.com
 
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