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Extra SNAP Food Stamps for July 2023

Great news for SNAP EBT Cardholders! As of July 5th, two states will be issuing extra food stamps for July 2023. New Mexico and New Jersey have announced that they will be issuing extra SNAP food stamps for July 2023 to eligible EBT Cardholders.

New Mexico and New Jersey SNAP households will receive state-funded extra food stamp payments beginning on June 2, 2023. To learn more about the extra food stamps for July 2023, including who is eligible to receive the extra benefits, then continue reading below.

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States issuing Extra SNAP Food Stamps in July 2023

Extra SNAP Food Stamps for July 2023

States issuing extra SNAP Food Stamps for July 2023 include:

  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico

To learn more about the extra food stamps in each state, continue reading below.

New Jersey Extra SNAP Benefits – July 2023

For New Jersey, over 46,000 New Jersey residents will receive extra SNAP food stamps for July 2023.

All New Jersey SNAP households will receive a minimum of $95 monthly food stamp benefits.

If your approved monthly benefit is less than $95, you will receive an additional payment (extra food stamps) to equal $95.

This means, if your monthly SNAP benefit amount is $40, you will receive an additional $55 in benefits to bring your total monthly SNAP benefit amount to $95.

The Extra New Jersey SNAP food stamps for July 2023 will be sent out on your regular EBT deposit schedule.

New Mexico Extra SNAP Benefits – July 2023

For New Mexico, over 7,753 New Mexico residents will receive extra SNAP food stamps for July 2023.

New Mexico SNAP households with elderly or disabled household members can expect to receive a one-time payment of $168.

That means that eligible New Mexico food stamp recipients will receive $168 in extra benefits in July 2023.

To qualify your household must have an adult over the age of 60 years old or an adult with a disability enrolled in SNAP.

To learn more, visit the state website here.

Food Stamps EBT Deposit dates by state for July 2023

Food Stamp Payment Dates for July 2023

Here is a complete list of the all SNAP EBT Deposit Dates for July 2023 in each state.

Food Stamps Deposit Dates for July 2023 by State
State EBT Payment Dates
Alabama July 4th – July 23rd
Alaska July 1st
Arizona July 1st – July 13th
Arkansas July 4th – July 13th
California July 1st – July 10th
Colorado July 1st – July 10th
Connecticut July 1st – July 3rd
Delaware July 2nd – July 23rd
District of Columbia July 1st – July 10th
Florida July 1st – July 28th
Georgia July 5th – July 23rd
Hawaii July 3rd – July 5th
Idaho July 1st – July 10th
Illinois July 1st – July 20th
Indiana July 5th – July 23rd
Iowa July 1st – July 10th
Kentucky July 1st – July 19th
Louisiana July 1st – July 23rd
Maine July 10th – July 14th
Maryland July 4th – July 23rd
Massachusetts July 1st – July 14th
Michigan July 3rd – July 21st
Minnesota July 4th – July 13th
Mississippi July 4th – July 21st
Missouri July 1st – July 22nd
Montana July 2nd – July 6th
Nebraska July 1st – July 5th
Nevada July 1st – July 10th
New Hampshire July 5th
New Jersey July 1st – July 5th
New Mexico July 1st – July 20th
New York July 1st – July 9th
North Carolina July 3rd – July 21st
North Dakota July 1st
Ohio July 2nd – July 20th
Oklahoma July 1st – July 10th
Oregon July 1st – July 9th
Pennsylvania July 3rd – July 14th
Rhode Island July 1st
South Carolina July 1st – July 10th
South Dakota July 10th
Tennessee July 1st – July 20th
Texas July 1st – July 28th
Utah July 5th, 11th & 15th
Vermont July 1st
Virginia July 1st – July 7th
Washington July 1st – July 20th
West Virginia July 1st – July 9th
Wisconsin July 1st – July 15th
Wyoming July 1st – July 4th

Extra Food Stamps for July 2023 FAQs

Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Extra Food Stamp Payments for July 2023.

What states are issuing extra Food Stamp benefits for July 2023?

Currently, New Mexico and New Jersey are the only states that has announced that they will be issuing state-funded extra food stamps for July 2023. Eligible New Mexico SNAP recipients can expect to receive a minimum additional payment of $168 in July 2023 and New Jersey SNAP recipients can expect to receive a minimum of $95 in total food stamp benefits.

Will other states be approved to issue extra Food Stamps for July 2023?

As of July 5th, New Mexico and New Jersey are the only states to announce that they will be issuing extra food stamp benefits for July 2023 through a state-funded program.

At this time, no additional states have announced that they will be issuing extra SNAP benefits. We will update this article as more information is released and new states are added.

How much are the Extra Food Stamp payments for July 2023?

New Mexico SNAP households with elderly or disabled household members can expect to receive an extra one-time payment of $168.

New Jersey SNAP households can expect to receive a minimum of $95 in total monthly food stamp benefits. If your monthly SNAP benefit payment is less than $95, you will receive an additional payment of extra food stamps to equal $95.

When will I receive my extra Food Stamps for July 2023?

The extra food stamp payments for July 2023 will be placed available on New Mexico EBT cards throughout the month.

For New Jersey SNAP recipients, the extra food stamp payments will be sent with their normal NJ EBT Deposit Schedule.

When did the federal Extra Food Stamp benefits end?

On March 1, 2023, the federal Emergency Allotment Program expired for all SNAP recipients nationwide.

The Pandemic Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as P-SNAP was implemented to help address temporary food needs caused by COVID-19. P-SNAP provided emergency allotment benefits to households based on size.

On March 1st 2023, all SNAP benefit amounts returned to pre-pandemic normals for food stamp households.

This change will caused recipients of all ages to lose their extra food stamp benefits after February 2023.

Families lost an average of $82 per person in extra benefits. That means a family of four lost an average of $328 in food stamp benefits each month.

However, the steepest loss was for seniors receiving SNAP benefits. Seniors receiving the minimum benefit amount lost $258 in monthly food stamp benefits. Their SNAP benefits fell from $281 a month to $23 a month.

Why did the Extra Food Stamp benefits end?

The extra food stamp benefits were a temporary increase in benefits to help low-income households deal with the hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Consolidated Appropriations Act passed by Congress ended emergency allotments after the February 2023 issuance. This means that on March 1st 2023, all SNAP households’ benefits returned to normal amounts, without the added supplement.

Extra Food Stamps for July 2023 Summary

We hope this article on Extra SNAP Food Stamps for July 2023 was helpful to you.

If you have any additional questions about the extra SNAP benefits for July 2023, please let us know in the comments section below.

We will update this article if more states announce that they will be issuing extra SNAP benefits for July 2023.

Want to know if you will be receiving extra food stamps in August? Check out our article on the Extra SNAP Food Stamps for August 2023.

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Carrie Brenner

Carrie is a lead writer and editor for Food Stamps Now. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Salisbury University. Carrie specializes in content creation, website development, graphic design, SEO and content strategy for Food Stamps Now. She is passionate about helping low income Americans access the resources and information to improve their quality of life.

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