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27 Incredible EBT Discounts in Colorado

27 Incredible EBT Discounts in Colorado

Did you know you can use your Colorado SNAP card to get discounted admission to the Denver Zoo, WOW Children’s Museum and so much more? You can also use your EBT card to get food deliveries from Schwans or purchase gift baskets on holidays.

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5 Things You Need to Know about EBT Discounts in Colorado

After years of reporting on low income and food stamps topics, I’ve learned that there are several things that most people don’t know about their Colorado SNAP benefits.

(If you’re just here to learn about how to get free admission with EBT cards in Colorado, keep scrolling. Our admission list is lower in this article.)

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Denver Showcasing the  Master List of EBT Discounts in Colorado

EBT = Discounts in Colorado!

If you’ve got food stamps benefits in Colorado, then you may qualify for these incredible deals! We’ve found tons of EBT discounts in Colorado!

50% off Amazon Prime

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$5 Internet

Internet for just $5 per month?! It’s true! We’ve found a series of low income Internet discounts from providers like Comcast, CenturyLink, AT&T, Cox Communications and more!

Free Cell Phones & Service

Cell phones and service are available FREE for individuals and families who receive EBT benefits. We’ve got a list of providers here.

Free Computers

Low income families may be able to get free or very low cost computers from several different agencies! Get the full list of organizations that offer free computers for low income families here.

YMCA Discounts

YMCA organizations typically offer discounts for low income individuals and families. Contact your local YMCA for details.

Other Discounts

If you’re looking for EBT discounts in Colorado, then you may also be eligible for these assistance programs:

How to Get Free Admission with EBT in Colorado

Get Free Admission with EBT Cards in Colorado!

It’s true! We’ve found some incredible EBT discounts in Colorado. By far, the best are our low cost and free EBT discounts on activity and event admissions!

You can’t pay for admission with your EBT card. Some attractions offer free admission with EBT in Colorado, but others just provide a discount. You cannot pay for admission with your EBT card. You will show the EBT card to receive the discount but you will need to pay the remaining admission price, if any, in cash or with a credit/debit card.

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This list is alphabetical for your convenience. For your convenience, we’ve organized our list alphabetically by city so you can quickly and easily find what museums and attractions offer free admission with EBT cards in Colorado cities near you! Museums in green, offer a discount to anyone with an EBT card from any state.

Boulder

Fiske Planetarium at CU Boulder – FREE

If you have Colorado SNAP, then you can visit the all-new Museum of Boulder for FREE! Instead of limiting the admission price to a certain number of people, the Museum of Boulder welcomes your entire immediate family (you, your partner and your children) for the same low rate!

Museum of Boulder – $3 or less per person

The Fiske Planetarium has joined Museums for All but it is not clear what is included with the EBT discount.

Colorado Springs

Garden of the Gods – FREE

Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center is always free for everyone. Since they’ve officially joined Museums for All, however, they’ve earned an honorary mention in this list of EBT discounts in Colorado.

Pikes Peak Children’s Museum – $3 or less per person

Pikes Peak Children’s Museum has joined Museums for All, so they offer admission for $3 or less per person for up to four people per EBT card.

Space Foundation Discovery Center – $3 per person

The Space Foundation Discovery Center has TWO Community Access Programs! They offer an EBT discount so low income families (up to four people) can visit for just $3 per person.

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If you are local, you may qualify for an even better deal! They have a Community Access Passport, which is one of the ultimate EBT discounts in Colorado. This program provides a reduced price family membership for up to two adults and up to six children. This pass costs just $20 per year!

Denver

Children’s Museum of Denver – $1 per person

Explore all of the amazing adventures available at the Children’s Museum of Denver for just $1 per person! Surprisingly, you can bring up to 10 family members along for  this discounted price. Free parking is also available.

Clyfford Still Museum – $1 per person

In order to claim your discounted tickets to Clyfford Still Museum, you will need to enter the discount code Explorer/SNAP during online checkout. You will be required to show your EBT card and photo ID when you arrive at the museum. This discount is good for you and up to NINE additional adults!

Denver Art Museum – $1 per person

The Denver Art Museum participates in the Explorer Pass! The Explorer Pass is one of the easiest ways to get almost free admission with an EBT card in Colorado. With the Explorer Pass, you can get $1 per person admission for up to 10 people!

Denver Botanic Gardens – $1 per person

If you have Denver EBT, then you can bring up to 10 people to Denver Botanic Gardens for just $1 per person! The offer is valid during normal business hours and does not include special events. Please note that the Chatfield Farms location charges $1 per car.

Denver Museum of Nature & Science – $1 per person

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is a fascinating place for visitors of all ages! The museum features exhibits that invite you to explore space, prehistory, wildlife, gems, health and so much more. Up to 10 family members can receive admission at this discounted price.

Denver Zoo – $1 per person

Wondering about the Denver Zoo prices with EBT cards? It may depend on the time of year so it’s important to pay attention to the details.

The Denver Zoo has partnered with Denver Human Services to provide $1 admission to those with an EBT card from any state! You can bring up to nine family members with you per visit. You will need to order tickets online and show your EBT card at entry.

History Colorado Center – $1 per person

History Colorado is an award-winning tourist destination and learning center! See exhibitions, attend public events and so much more! If you have a Colorado SNAP card, then you will receive admission for just $1. In fact, you can bring up to nine guests for the same low price!

MCA Denver – Free

According to the MCA Denver website, “We proudly offer Denver-area SNAP recipients free admission every day.” The museum is also free for everyone ages 18 and under, always.

Molly Brown House Museum – $2 per person

This historical house preserves the story of Titanic survivor Margaret Tobin Brown. The house is an eclectic and unique architectural marvel designed by well-known architect William Lang. Admission is just $2 per person, when showing your EBT card.

Durango

The Powerhouse Science Center | Maker Lab – $1 per person

The Powerhouse Science Center and Maker Lab welcome EBT cardholders for just $1 per person! This is a huge savings because regular admission is $14!

Englewood

Wings Over the Rockies – $1 per person

Wings Over the Rockies participates in the Explorer Pass program. With every EBT card, they welcome up to 10 people for just $1 each. This discounted admission does not include simulators or special events. Their website states that SNAP participants must contact Britni LeRoux at [email protected] at least 48 hours in advance to schedule your Wings visit.

Fort Collins

Reduced Fee Recreation Program

Low income Fort Collins residents can apply for a reduced fee recreation program that can help you participate in community events! Instead of full price, families will pay no more than $40 per year for an unlimited number of children!

Georgetown

Hamill House – $3 or less per person

The Hamill House was built in 1867. It was owned by a successful mine owner0operator, who expanded and remodeled the home. The renovated home now serves as a local museum of history.

Greeley

Centennial Village Museum – $3 or less per person

Experience history as you wander through 35 historical buildings and interact with costumed interpreters! Since Greeley Museums are a Museums for All partner, Centennial Village charges $3 or less per person for up to four people per EBT card.

Greeley History Museum – $3 or less per person

The Greeley History Museum focuses on the history of Greeley and Weld County. They showcase permanent and temporary exhibitions, educational programs and more.

Meeker Home Museum – $3 or less per person

Explore the 1870 home of Greleey’s founding family! The artifacts in this home include a 10-foot tall diamond dust mirror. Visitors are also invited to walk the grounds.

White-Plumb Farm Learning Center – $3 or less per person

In addition to exploring this fascinating Centennial Farm, volunteers can also participate in the Grow a Row Garden Project!

Lafayette

WOW Children’s Museum – $10 per family PER YEAR!

WOW is right! If you receive any form of public assistance (including EBT, Medicaid or WIC), then you can receive a $10 Play for All membership to WOW Children’s Museum!

Longmont

Longmont Museum – $0.25 per person

The Longmont Museum features rotating exhibits of history, art, and science. There are also some stationary exhibits featuring local history and culture. An Auditorium, stage, atrium and education center are also located at the museum. You can visit for just 25 cents per person with an EBT card!

Louisville

City of Louisville Historical Museum – FREE

The Louisville Historical Museum showcases the diverse history of the Louisville area. They invite local residents to become part of the story through various programs, such as their COVID-19 Experience Kits.

Loveland

Loveland Museum – $3 per person

The Loveland Museum is mostly free. However, they do charge admission for their Main Gallery art exhibits. Admission is usually $7 per person, but you’ll pay just $3 per person with an EBT card.

Pueblo

Pueblo Heritage Museum – $3 per person

The Pueblo Heritage Museum shares the heritage of Southeastern Colorado. Up to four people can visit for $3 each with a SNAP card!

Pueblo Zoo – $3 per person

As a Museums for All member, the Pueblo Zoo offers one of the most fabulous EBT discounts in Colorado! Up to four people can visit for just $3 per person, per EBT card.

Rosemount Museum – up to $3 per person

Rosemount Museum is listed as a Museums for All member of the MfA website. However, the Rosemount website does not discuss their discount. However, MfA rules stated that they cannot charge more than $3 per person for up to four people.

Steelworks Center of the West up to $3 per person

The Steelworks Museum was built in 1901 to celebrate all aspects of the steelwork industry. As a Museums for All member, admission is $3 or less per person, up to four people per EBT card.

Westminster

Butterfly Pavilion – $2

The Butterfly Pavilion allows SNAP users admission for just $2 a person for their whole party up to 10 people! This is part of the Explorer Pass program, one of the best EBT discounts in Colorado.

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Sharon

Tuesday 20th of July 2021

The Pikes Peak Children's Museum in Colorado Springs allows all members of your group to get in for $2 per person.

Christina Haywood

Friday 12th of February 2021

The Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center is free for all, but with your EBT card your family can receive free entry into the Geo-Trekker Theater (regularly $4/child, $6/adult)!

Tabitha Shoemaker

Sunday 1st of September 2019

What websites do I need to look up all the discounts, free stuff and really everything you can do or get with your SNAP foodstamp card? Sorry I know thats alot but I would love to learn everything you can do with a foodstamp card. Thank you so much for the info! I had absolutely no clue about any of this.

Riley Thomson

Monday 2nd of September 2019

Tabitha, Here is the link to our EBT series, which includes all of the discounts we have found so far. You may also be interested in our Library series which may have freebies and discounts available to you too. If you don't see your area listed in the library series, let us know so we can add it to the research list. I hope this helps. -Riley

Mary

Tuesday 14th of May 2019

Denver zoo discount is only available from August 1st to April 30th

Nicole Thelin

Tuesday 14th of May 2019

Thank you for letting me know! I just checked their website and they only made that change two weeks ago. I've updated the post with this new information. Thank you again!

Julie Meek

Thursday 28th of March 2019

I seen in one state you could use your ebt for a free id can you in colorado

Riley Thomson

Friday 5th of April 2019

Julie, I did a quick search and couldn't find any program in Colorado that let's you get an ID card with your EBT in Colorado. Sorry. -Riley