Not from the Federal Reserve; surely none of my readers are “too big to succeed” and therefore qualified for direct quantitative easing. But an arm of the U S Government actually will sell you cash, in $250 increments, accepting credit cards without surcharge (you get any usual rebates or bonuses that your card provides) and with free shipping. The only catch: Your cash is in the form of dollar coins.
Stated purpose of the program is “to make $1 coins readily available to the public, at no additional cost, so they can be easily introduced into circulation—particularly by using them for retail transactions, vending, and mass transit.” (Your government does not want you to just deposit them in the bank, but CTA farecard machines accept them.) Altho coins cost more to produce than dollar bills, they save your government money because they last a lot longer.
For those of us who do not love the Federal Reserve, there is also the consideration that the coins are issued directly by your government, the closest thing we have to greenbacks (more about the advantages of greenbacks).
This program apparently has been going on for a couple of years; I learned about it recently from this old post. It really works; I placed an order January 17, it arrived (by ordinary U S mail!) about a week later, and I will pay for it next week. Presumably you could roll it over by placing another order.
Of course, what with credit cards, checks, direct bank transfers, etc., I don’t spend $250 cash in any month. But maybe we’d all be better off if there was more use of the anonymous cash economy, which this seems to encourage.