Does Walmart Accept SNAP EBT? What Can I buy at Walmart With EBT?
Does Walmart Accept SNAP EBT? If you have been approved for an EBT Card and want to know what you can buy with EBT at Walmart, we have the information you need, including a complete list of the items approved for purchase with your food stamps card.
Does Walmart Accept SNAP EBT?
Walmart Grocery Pickup is rolling out SNAP EBT payment options that allow families using SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits to pay via EBT card. This is part of Walmart’s ongoing commitment to offer a convenient shopping experience for all customers, no matter how they shop or pay.
How Walmart Grocery Pickup SNAP/EBT Payments work:
Order: Order groceries at walmart.com/grocery or on the Walmart Grocery mobile app
Checkout: During checkout, select EBT Cardas payment method
Pickup: Swipe EBT card with the Walmart associate when you arrive at the pickup location
When you get to the Walmart Pickup location, the Walmart Associate will know that you are an EBT customer and will swipe your EBT card to pay for those items that are EBT-eligible. For any items that are not EBT-eligible, the Associate will then take payment with another credit/debit card.
Which States Can Use SNAP At Walmart?
The following States are part of the online program that allows people to buy from the retail giants:
Alabama (as well as Wright’s Markets, Inc.)
New York (as well as ShopRite)
To find out whether you are eligible for SNAPS, contact your local state agency for more information.
What Can I Buy With SNAP?
Only certain products can be bought with SNAP. These are:
Fruits and vegetables
Meat, poultry, and fish
Breads and cereals
Other foods such as snack foods and non-alcoholic beverages
Seeds and plants, which produce food for the household to eat
Households cannot use SNAP benefits to buy:
Beer, wine, liquor, cigarettes, or tobacco
Vitamins, medicines, and supplements—if an item has a Supplement Facts label, it is considered a supplement and is not eligible for SNAP purchase
Live animals (except shellfish, fish removed from water, and animals slaughtered prior to pick-up from the store)
Prepared Foods fit for immediate consumption
Any nonfood items such as:
Cleaning supplies, paper products, and other household supplies.