If you’re receiving Delaware food stamps, you could qualify for other helpful programs as well (including free Internet service)! Check out our list of benefits for Delaware food stamps recipients below.
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Several of our visitors have pointed out that Delaware EBT cards have even more uses, too! Check out these interesting statewide benefits.
- Farmer’s Markets can also accept EBT cards.
- Organic delivery services run by local farms can also accept EBT. Since the full-share price of a CSA can be daunting and cost-prohibitive, the fact they accept EBT allows low-income families to participate in CSA programs.
- Costco also accepts EBT benefits.
- Schwans Trucks also accept EBT benefits as payment for food, but the delivery fee must be paid with another payment method.
Got Delaware EBT?
You might qualify for these, too!
- Free Internet
- Free cell phone
- A $10 Delaware State Parks Pass
- Weatherization Assistance
- $20 spay/neuter services
- Help with energy costs
- Subsidized child care
- Up to 75% off prescriptions
- A $5 membership to the Delaware Housing Coalition
- A $10 membership to Bike Delaware
- A $35 Membership to Royal Scottish Dance Society
- Discounted YMCA Memberships
- Pro bono legal services
- Free/cheap health care and dental care
- Summer EBT Benefits for children
- Summer Food Service programs
You can also use your Delaware food stamps benefits to buy these items:
- Seeds! EBT cards can buy fruit trees and vegetable seeds for gardening.
- Hot deli food that has been packaged and placed in the refrigerated section for easy reheating..
- Energy Drinks! If the drink has a nutrition facts label, it can be purchased with EBT. Drinks with a “supplement facts” label are not eligible because the FDA considers them supplements, not food.
- Live lobsters and other shellfish that you will eat.
- Pumpkins that are edible and not just ornamental.
- Birthday and other specially decorated cakes as long as the non-edible decorations do not exceed 50% of the purchase price of the cake.
- Gift baskets! Your EBT benefits can even help you purchase gifts for holidays such as Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas (including pre-filled holiday stockings and tins) as long as the food value exceeds the non-food value. For example, the federal SNAP website indicates that a stuffed holiday bear holding a small box of chocolate would NOT be eligible because the value of the bear exceeds the value of the food. However, a gift basket with snack foods or candy and a small toy would be eligible because the food clearly accounts for more than 50% of the purchase price.