When shuffling this, you may look through your remaining deck, and may put this anywhere in the shuffled cards.
Stash is a promotional Treasure card. When played, it is no different than a Silver. However, it has a different back than other cards - when you shuffle, you can put your Stashes anywhere in your deck, and you can always see where Stashes are in your deck and your opponents' decks or hands.
 Official FAQ
- Stash is a Treasure that produces when played, like Silver.
- Whenever you shuffle your deck, you can choose where in your deck each copy of Stash that you have goes.
- You can't look at the fronts of the other cards in your deck to see where to put it; Stash itself has a different card back, so that's how you'll know where it is.
- If you have multiple copies of Stash, you can clump them together or spread them out or whatever you want.
- Since Stash has a different card back, you will also know if it's in a player's hand, or set aside for someone's Haven, and so on.
 Other Rules clarifications
- If you shuffle your deck as a result of the on-gain effect of Inn, you may put the Stashes that are already in your deck anywhere in your deck, but the Stashes in your discard pile must stay in your discard pile. If this happens, you do not get to look through your deck; the "remaining deck" refers to any cards that are not being shuffled.
- When shuffling Stash cards in your discard pile to form a new deck, you may only place those Stash cards anywhere among the shuffled cards; they cannot be placed on top of or in between any remaining cards in your deck. Also, you may look at any remaining cards in your deck before choosing where to place the Stash cards in your shuffled discard pile.
 Strategy Article
There is no strategy article for Stash.
The typical use for Stash is to get four Stashes and put them together on top of your deck when you trigger a reshuffle; this guarantees a Province on the next turn. This is typically done with Scavenger or Chancellor to trigger frequent reshuffles, and is discussed at Combo: Chancellor and Stash.
Alternatively, Stash can be used when you want to know the top of your deck - put it in the right place to be drawn by Wishing Well or Mystic, or maybe leave it to be hit by your opponent's Saboteur to protect your more valuable cards. These tricks are typically more trouble than they are worth, but on a weak board where you're willing to spend for a Silver, you should keep them in mind.
- Combo: Chancellor and Stash
- Works even better with Scavenger
- Any other source of rapid cycling (e.g., large +Cards cards like Envoy and Embassy) to make you reshuffle more frequently
- Technically works with Wishing Well and Mystic, or as a defense to Saboteur, but in practice this is rarely effective
- Royal Seal and Venture are Silver-equivalent -cost Treasures which are usually better.
- Opponents' discard attacks nullify the typical use of Stash to buy a Province, as 3 of them is not enough to buy a Province.
 Alternate versions
 In other languages
- Czech: Tajná skrýš
- Dutch: Geldbuidel (lit. moneybag)
- Finnish: Kätkö
- French: Cachette
- German: Geldversteck
- Error (Big Box): standard backside
- Italian: Gruzzolo (lit. hoard)
- Japanese: へそくり (pron. hesokuri)
- Korean: 비자금 (pron. bijageum, lit. slush fund)
- Norwegian: Skjult reserve (lit. hidden reserves)
- Polish: Zaskórniak (lit. nest egg)
- Russian: Тайник (pron. taynik)
- Spanish: Alijo
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