If you have an Nevada EBT Card, there are several ways you can obtain the balance on your card. In this post, we will explain in detail the three ways you can check your Nevada EBT Card Balance.
This Post Will Cover:
- How to Check Nevada EBT Card Balance
- List of Stores That Take EBT Online for Delivery
- Nevada EBT Frequently Asked Questions
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Nevada EBT Card
The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Division of Welfare and Supportive Services is responsible for administering Nevada Food Stamp benefits to approved, low-income households who meet income and other requirements.
The food stamps program is also referred to as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
SNAP helps households by providing them with healthy, nutritious food to put on the table.
If you meet eligibility requirements, including the income limits, and are approved for SNAP or TANF, your benefits will be deposited electronically on an EBT card.
The Nevada Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) Card is similar to a standard ATM or debit card.
The state of Nevada deposits food stamp benefits on your EBT Card on the same day every month.
Nevada EBT Card benefits can be accessed by 5 AM the morning after they are posted to your EBT Card account.
You can use the benefits to make approved food purchases at eligible retail locations.
Most Nevada grocery stores accept EBT Cards as payment. Also, some grocery stores accept EBT online for pickup and delivery.
Additionally, you can use your Nevada EBT card at most farmers’ markets, including at select locations where you can double your money when you buy produce.
For instructions on how to check the balance on your Nevada EBT Card, continue reading below.
How to Check your Nevada EBT Card Balance
There are three options for checking your Nevada EBT Card balance. Here they are:
Option 1 – Locate Your Last Purchase Receipt
One of the easiest ways to check your Nevada EBT Card balance is to find the most recent purchase receipt or ATM receipt (for TANF recipients only).
At the bottom of the receipt, you will find the current balance on your card.
In order to use this method to check your balance, be sure to save all of your recent EBT Card receipts.
Option 2 – Check Your Card Balance Via Phone
Another option is to check your card balance by calling the Nevada EBT Card Customer Service phone number at 1-866-281-2443.
Representatives are available to help you retrieve your Card balance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Before you call, be sure to have your EBT Card number, 4-digit PIN, and Social Security Number (SSN) ready.
You must provide this information to receive your EBT card balance information.
Option 3 – Check Your Nevada EBT Card Balance Online
The last option to check your Nevada EBT Card balance is online. You can find out your EBT Card balance online by using the EBT Edge website.
Once you are on the site, click the Cardholder Login link on the left. You will be taken to a new page where you can proceed by entering your User ID and Password.
You must enter your User ID and Password to login to your Nevada EBT account and check your EBT balance.
For more help, please refer to the screenshot below.
Stores That Take EBT Online for Delivery in Nevada
Currently, there are 18 grocery stores that accept Nevada EBT Cards online for home delivery or store pick-up.
Nevada EBT cardholders can buy food online for delivery and/or pickup from the approved grocery stores listed below.
ExtraMile by Jacksons
Island Pacific Market
Jacksons Food Stores
Lin’s Fresh Market
Sam’s Club Scan and Go
Save Mart Supermarkets
Smith’s Food and Drug
For more information about how you can use your EBT Card to shop online for delivery, click here.
Nevada EBT Frequently Asked Questions
Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions about the Nevada EBT Card.
How much will I get on my EBT card each month?
The amount of benefits you receive on your EBT Card each month is determined by your income and household size.
You can use the Maximum Monthly SNAP Amount Chart to find out the highest amount of benefits you can receive each month.
I have seen people purchase non-food items with an EBT card. I thought SNAP was only for food?
Yes, SNAP benefits are only for food. However, some people have an EBT card for their Temporary Assistance for Needy Families cash assistance benefits.
You can use TANF benefits to purchase food and non-food items. For information on TANF eligibility, contact your local government benefits assistance office.
Where can’t I use my Nevada EBT Card?
You cannot use your Nevada EBT Card at the following locations:
- Poker Rooms
- Card Rooms
- Smoke & Cannabis Shops
- Adult Entertainment Businesses
- Tattoo & Piercing Shops
- Spa/Massage Salons
- Bingo Halls
- Bail Bonds
- Gun/Ammo Stores
- Cruise Ships
- Psychic Readers
Can I have someone else help me shop using my EBT account?
Ask your local Nevada Food Stamps caseworker about setting up an Authorized Representative (AR) for your EBT account. The AR will have a separate card with his or her own account number and PIN.
In addition, the EBT system is able to track which card is used at any time. The AR will have access to your entire benefit account.
Can I use my Nevada EBT card in other counties and other states?
Your Nevada EBT card will work at any store or ATM that accepts EBT cards in the United States, as well as the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam.
Additionally, there are no rules against using your EBT card outside of your state of residence. However, you are required to report any address change to your local county public assistance office.
If I don’t use all of the benefits I received this month, will these benefits still be available to me next month?
Yes, benefits that are not used in the month issued will stay in the EBT account. You may use these benefits in the following months.
What do I do if I suspect someone has stolen benefits from my EBT Card account?
If your card is lost, stolen or damaged, immediately call the Nevada EBT Card Customer Service phone number at 1-866-281-2443.
A replacement card will be mailed to you upon reporting that your card has been lost, stolen or damaged. Replacement cards will be received within 3-5 business days.
You can also contact your local county DHHS caseworker.
How do I report a store or person that I think is misusing food or cash benefits (committing fraud)?
Misusing benefits on purpose is a federal crime. If you misuse benefits, your benefits can be taken away. To report a store or person misusing benefits, click here.
What items am I allowed to purchase with my EBT card?
For information on items that you are allowed to purchase with EBT food benefits, click here. Cash aid may be used to purchase anything that can be legally purchased with currency (cash).
Can I go to a bank teller and withdraw money from my EBT account?
No, you may only withdraw money from an ATM or through a cash-back/cash-only withdrawal at a participating store.
Additionally, bank tellers do not have information or access to EBT accounts.
When is Nevada EBT Benefits Deposited?
The day your benefits are available on your EBT Card is on the first banking day of every month for all SNAP and TANF recipients.
Are there any fees for using my Nevada EBT Card?
There is never a charge for using your card to buy food. However, any Bank surcharges (if any) for using cash machines will be taken from your account.
How do I buy food and items with my EBT Card?
Here’s how to use your EBT card to purchase food items:
1. Know your account balance before you shop. Check your last receipt, call Customer Service or go to EBTEdge.com.
2. At the checkout lane, tell the cashier that you are using your card and which account you want to use – Food Stamps or Cash.
3. When it is time to pay, swipe your card through the POS machine and select EBT from the POS screen.
4. Enter your PIN on the machine’s PIN pad.
5. The machine will print a receipt with the store name and location, transaction type, transaction amount and remaining account balance.
6. Remember to take your card and receipt with you when you leave.
7. Save your receipt so you know your balance next time you go shopping
Nevada EBT Card Discounts and Savings
Did you know that there are exclusive discounts and freebies available to Nevada EBT Cardholders? It’s true!
If you are currently receiving food stamps, find out how you can save with your Nevada EBT Card.
You can qualify for discounted phone service, internet, free museum admission, and even over 50% off on Amazon Prime! Check out how you can save with your Nevada EBT card here.
Double Up Food Bucks in Nevada
In addition, your EBT card gives you access to the Double up Food Bucks program in Nevada.
Double Up Food Bucks in Nevada doubles the value of SNAP EBT benefits spent at participating farmers markets and grocery stores, like Harps and Hays.
The goal of the program is to help low-income families bring home more healthy fruits and vegetables while supporting local farmers.
Buy $1 fruits & veggies with your Nevada EBT Card and get $1 FREE fruits & veggies with Double Up Food Bucks, up to $20 a day.
For more in this program, click here.
Nevada EBT Card Account
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