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This site is NOT in any way affiliated with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) or the Food Stamps program. If you are looking for the official USDA Snap Benefits website, you can find it by clicking here.

This site is simply to help Food Stamps applicants find the information they are looking for. Our goal is to help ease user frustration by assisting those interested in applying for SNAP Benefits or Food Stamps in finding answers to their questions.

If you have any questions specific to your Food Stamps application or Food Stamps EBT Card Account, please contact the Department in your State that runs the food stamps program. For a list of each state and the appropriate department, click here. Please DO NOT email any confidential information to us as we are unable to help.

If you have questions specific to our website, contact us at [email protected] or complete the form below.

13 comments

  • Cotton

    Shop Rite does NOT deliver EBT purchases. Pickup only.

  • richard lepage

    I know that you are doing this as a service to help people, but you must realize that there are Americans in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Guam that benefit from food stamps also. Please help us too, the EBT website in Puerto Rico only worked for about a week when it came out, hasn’t worked since, and still doesn’t work,so we need all the help we can get.
    Thanks, Richard

    • Food Stamps Expert

      Hi Richard,

      Thanks so much for your feedback. We will work on adding that content. I appreciate you expressing this great need. We are here to help!

  • M Rodgers

    My EBT payment was not accepted for my order by Amazon. Customer service told me it’s because you just have a credit card that can cover all the charges first. I have recently reported this to my local congresswoman Yvette Clark inhopes she will take up this issue. Amazon is asking low income residents to have a established credit card in order to place an order using government issued EBT card.

  • arnold j dailey

    my assets are greater than the limit..i am unemployed due to covid 19. are the requirements different because of the circumstances of my unemployment?

  • It would be really nice if Seniors on EBT and Medicaid could get free or reduced admission to the Woodland Park Zoo and maybe state parks. I live in a Senior residence a few miles from the Zoo. It would be good therapy for folks here to get out and enjoy the animals which they can only very occasionally afford with the current fees. When I was a kid growing up in Seattle in the 60’s my grandparents take me to the zoo all the time, That’s something that is no longer possible for many of today’s grandparents to afford.

  • NANCY OBRIEN

    it one is collecting umemplyment and is getting $600 wkly stimulus…do you lose your stamps because if it…

  • Jason Unkefer

    Good morning, I’m trying to reach you as I received a notice in the mail that I have been approved for food stamps. However, I never received my EBT card. I have since relocated and spoken with Department of Children and Families, I gave them my new address and the case number provided to me on the paper I received. What I want to know is there another number or office to contact them by?

    • Food Stamps Expert

      Hi Jason,

      If you have already contacted your caseworker to alert them of the address change, then you should be fine. Your EBT Card typically arrives a few weeks after your approval letter. You can also try logging into your state’s online food stamps account, to see if the address was updated there. Hope this helps!

  • wista fornwalt

    Hello. I signed up for snap in April. Was approved in May. I was told an ebt card would be mailed to me. It has been 2 weeks and still no card. My address is still the same. I cant get in contact with noone at the number i was given to ask bout it. 877 number. please help

    • Food Stamps Expert

      Hi Wista, EBT Cards typically can take up to 10-15 business days to arrive. I would give it another week then try contacting your caseworker or local SNAP office for help.

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