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47 Incredible EBT Discounts in Washington State

47 Incredible EBT Discounts in Washington State

Think your Washington EBT card is only for groceries? Think again! You can score amazing discounts on everything from Amazon Prime memberships to zoo tickets.

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We’ll review the list of EBT discounts and some other cool perks you can get just by having a Washington Quest Card!

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Statewide Discounts

Some EBT discounts are available statewide! No matter where you live in Washington State, you may be able to score some great freebies and deals from these programs. You just need a Washington Quest card to qualify!

Amazon Prime

You can score a great deal on Amazon Prime through the Amazon Access program! This program provides a 50% discount for anyone who participates in a qualifying government program, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or Medicaid.

To get this discount, you just need to visit the Amazon Access page and upload a picture of your Washington Quest Card. Some of our users have even reported that they were able to get a refund when they asked if the discount could be applied retroactively!

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Cell Phone Bills

If you have SNAP benefits, you may also qualify for Lifeline. Lifeline is a program that provides free cell service. There are many different Lifeline providers to choose from and some will also provide a free cell phone when you sign up for their plan.

For more information about which providers offer free phones, visit our Lifeline Guide.

Transportation Discounts

When it comes to transportation, there are many different EBT discounts in Washington State!

For example, Lime Bike Share offers the Lime Access program. This program provides a discount for people who receive EBT or other qualifying government programs like Medicaid, LIHEAP, or SSI. If you are interested in getting a discount on your Lime e-bike and e-scooter rentals, you can apply for Lime Access online.

Many public transportation departments also offer low income transportation discounts. For example, the ORCA LIFT program provides a discount of 50% or more for low income riders. If you have an EBT card, you don’t need to submit proof of income. The ORCA LIFT discount applies to rides on these transit services:

  • King County Water Taxi
  • Kitsap Transit
  • Metro Transit
  • Seattle Streetcar.
  • Sound Transit Link
  • Sound Transit Regional Express
  • Sounder Trains

YMCA Discounts

YMCA organizations often have discounts for low income families!  If you live in the greater Seattle area, you can visit the website or contact your local YMCA for details. Most likely, you will need to go to a physical location to fill out the confidential income acknowledgement form to start the process.

Other EBT Discounts

If you have a Washington Quest card, you can get discounts all over the United States! We’ve found more than 1,000 deals and freebies that are available coast-to-coast. Here’s the full list of nationwide EBT discounts.

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Shopping Discounts

There are several programs that provide EBT discounts for groceries in Washington State! If you’re trying to stretch those SNAP dollars, make sure you try these discount programs!

SNAP Produce Match

Washington State has implemented a new nutrition incentive called SNAP Produce Match. When you spend $10 on fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables at a participating retailer, you’ll get $5 back!

In order to get the money back, you need to use your benefits at one of these retailers:

  • Albertsons
  • Amazon Fresh
  • Safeway
  • Chimacum Corner Farm Stand (Chimacum)
  • Community Food Co-Op (Bellingham)
  • Fiesta Foods (Pasco, Sunnyside or Yakima)
  • Food Co-Op (in Port Townsend)
  • SeaTac International Market (SeaTac)
  • Skagit Valley Food Co-Op (Mt. Vernon)
  • Sophiya Grocery (Tukwila)

For the exact addresses and contact information of participating retailers, please refer to the SNAP Produce Match list on the Washington Department of Health website.

SNAP Market Match

Farmers Markets are a great place to go for EBT discounts in Washington State! Many of these markets will double the value of your benefits when you shop with them.

In order to get this benefit, you need to make sure that you’re shopping from a participating market. You can get the list in our SNAP Market Match directory.

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Community Cycling Center

The Community Cycling Center of Portland, Oregon, generously offers EBT discounts to Washington State EBT users. On our Oregon EBT benefits post, Melinda wrote, “I work at the Community Cycling Center and wanted to let you know that we offer a 20% shop discount when you show us your Oregon Trail/Washington Quest/equivalent EBT, or Medicaid card. The discount is good for new and used parts and accessories, repair services, and all bike and frame sales.” 

Although it’s been a few years since Melinda dropped by to leave that comment, the Community Cycling Center website still indicates that they offer low income discounts and assistance programs. They’ve offered more than $20,000 in discounts!

EBT Admission Discounts

Because we want this list to be easy for you to use, we’ve organized this list alphabetically by city and used green titles to indicate museums that accept EBT cards from all 50 states.

It is important to realize that you cannot pay for admission with your Washington food stamps 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.

Bainbridge Island

Bloedel Reserve – $1 per person

Explore 23 distinct landscapes, spread across 140 picturesque acres. This reserve includes bark paths, gravel trails, paved roads and more. This quietly immersive experience allows you to escape into nature. Visit Bloedel Reserve for $1 per person with your EBT card.

Bloedel Reserve is a Museums for All partner, so they provide EBT discounts to users from all 50 states.

Kids Discovery Museum (KiDiMu) – $3 per person

KiDiMu is certainly a wonderland for kids, with features including a pirate tree house, a science and literacy hall, a town and a toddler zone!

As soon as you show your EBT card, you’ll get admission for just $3 per person for cardholders and all the children in the household listed as dependent. As a Museums for All partner, they accept EBT cards from all 50 states. You can also get this discount if your family participates in CHIP, Provider One or WIC. Foster families can also gain admission for this rate.

Bellevue

Bellevue Arts Museum – $1-5 per visit

Discover the heart of creativity at Bellevue Arts Museum, where innovative exhibits and dynamic educational programs bring art, craft, and design to life, inspiring visitors of all ages to explore the transformative power of artistic expression.

The admission rate for this destination varies. Bellevue Arts Museum is a Museums for All partner, so they accept EBT gift cards from all 50 states. When you show your EBT card, you’ll pay just $2 per adult and $1 per youth. If you bring your whole family, you can visit for just $5. The $5 family rate provides admission for two adults and up to five children.

KidsQuest Children’s Museum – $3 per person

Step into a world where play and learning collide at KidsQuest Children’s Museum! Engage with hands-on exhibits and imaginative activities that spark curiosity and foster a lifelong love of learning in children of all ages.

Their EBT discounts drop admission to just $2.25 per adult and child. Children who are less than one year old are always free. You can use the Museums for All discount if you have an EBT card from any state. You can also get the discount if you have WIC, Provider One, Apple Health or CHIP. Foster families can also get this discount. If you want to buy your tickets online, you can use the discount code museumsforall but you’ll need to show your EBT card when you arrive to confirm the discount.

If you would like to visit the museum multiple times, consider applying for their income-based membership program as well! KidsQuest offers a 70% off membership for guests who qualify for the Museums for All rate.

Burlington

Children’s Museum of Skagit County – $3 per person

Dive into a world of interactive learning and endless fun at the Children’s Museum of Skagit County, where play and exploration in kid-centric environments spark creativity and growth.

The Children’s Museum of Skagit County welcomes low income families for $3 per person, up to four people per EBT card. They accept EBT cards from all 50 states. They also accept WIC, CHIP, Provider One, Apple Health or Foster Parent cards for this discount. Proof of eligibility is required.

Eatonville

Northwest Trek – $6 per person OR $45 per year

I’m really excited about the EBT discounts offered by Northwest Trek! I still remember when the new playground was installed several years ago. My kids loved playing in the streams and climbing all over the structures. Once that was installed, it was even more thrilling to them than the tram ride!

Northwest Trek only provides EBT discounts in Washington State. You must have a Washington Quest Card or Washington-based WIC benefits or participate in the state’s fostering or kinship care programs to get this discount.

If you qualify, you have two choices for discounted access. You can pay $6 per person per visit for up to six guests OR purchase an annual family membership for $45 per year! The membership will cover two named adults and all their legal dependents. To get these discounts, you’ll need to ask about the Wild Access discount at the admission gate.

Everett

Imagine Children’s Museum -$3 per person

Designed with kids ages 1-12 in mind, Imagine Children’s Museum encourages children to experiment, pretend, splash, think, wander, create and explore. Meander past the giant tree to discover the wildlife clinic, drama stage, railroad, an airplane and so much more!

Imagine Children’s Museum is a proud member of the Museums for All program. Guests with an EBT card from any state can gain admission for $3 per person for up to four people. Children 12 months old and younger can enjoy the museum for free.

Goldendale

Maryhill Museum of Art – $2 per person

The Maryhill Museum of Art provides discounted admission whenever they are open through the Museums for All program. They accept EBT cards from any state. For $2 per person, you can gain admission for up to four people.

This museum also participates in the Blue Star Museum program and accepts free passes from local library systems as well.

Ilwaco

Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum – FREE

Explore the history of North Beach Peninsula, from the Chinookan Culture to the logging, fishing, and tourism that sustain the area.

Admission to Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum is free for everyone to enjoy thanks to generous donations. They are also registered as a Museums for All member.

Kent

Greater Kent Historical Society and Kent Museum – $2

The Greater Kent Historical Society operates the Kent Museum, offering a gateway to explore and discover the rich history of Kent, Washington. Through educational programs and the preservation of diverse family and kinfolk stories, it aims to inspire the community and safeguard heritage for future generations.

Admission is just $2 per person. They accept EBT cards from any state. If you visit on the first Wednesday of the month, admission is free!

Moses Lake

Moses Lake Museum & Arts Center – FREE

Discover both the human and the natural history of the Columbia Basin area and admire the work of local artists, as well as priceless Native American artifacts at this museum.

Admission to the Moses Lake Museum & Arts Center is free for everyone to enjoy and they even have Wi-Fi available for guests.

Olympia

Hands On Children’s Museum – $3 per person

Hands On Children’s Museum is one of my favorite destinations in Olympia! We spent countless hours there while our children were young. My kids loved climbing the play structures, playing in the water table and riding the bikes around the outside course.

Through their EBT discounts, you can visit for just $3 per person. This discount is available to people with EBT cards from any state.

However, if you live locally and want to visit frequently, be sure to look into their Access Membership program as well. This program can provide a year of unlimited admission for just $45!

Palouse

Palouse Discovery Science Center – FREE

The Palouse Discovery Science Center is a STEAM-focused museum that includes several exhibits. They have an art studio, nature loop, and permanent exhibits about nanotechnology, currency, and health.

With your EBT card from any state, you can enjoy free admission for up to four guests! You will need to show your EBT card and photo ID at the check-in desk.

Port Angeles

Feiro Marine Life Center – FREE

Get close to the marine life of the Northern Olympic Peninsula. At this museum, you can touch sea creatures, peek through microscopes, and more!

Up to four guests per visit can get into Feiro Marine Life Center for free with their new EBT discounts! They accept cards from all states.

Port Townsend

Jefferson Museum of Art & History – $3 or less per person

Discover the rich history of the Olympic Peninsula at this museum. The museum offers public programs, walking tours and other ways to engage with the history of the area.

As a Museums for All partner, this destination accepts cards from all 50 states.

Richland

REACH Museum – $3 per person

The REACH Museum provides thorough, educational exhibits that bring the history, wildlife and geology of the region to life. Exhibits and educational programming showcases the impact of various events, including both the Ice Age and the Manhattan Project.

REACH Museum offers a reduced rate for $3 for up to four guests when you show your EBT card and a valid photo ID. Cards from all states are accepted. Children 5 years old and younger are also free.

Seattle

Burke Museum – FREE

The Burke Museum showcases various exhibits on biology, culture, paleontology, archaeology and more. You can explore the museum for free if you bring your EBT, WIC, or foster/kinship care card to the museum. They accept cards from all states.

Center for Wooden Boats – FREE

Visit the center for free! The Center for Wooden Boats exhibits reveal the history of the region’s watercraft with working exhibits, examples and experience. The Boathouse Gallery shows rotating exhibits. If you want to rent a boat, then you will have to pay an extra charge. They accept cards from all states.

Henry Art Gallery – FREE

The Henry Art Gallery is internationally recognized for bold and challenging contemporary art and culture exhibitions. It is often the first to premiere new works by established and emerging artists.

Although the Henry Art Gallery usually asks visitors for a donation, guests with EBT cards from any state are welcome at no cost. You don’t have to pay to visit the Henry Art Gallery when you are using the Museums for All EBT discounts.

Museum of Flight – $3 per person OR $29 per year

The Museum of Flight is another one of my favorite destinations in this area! We’ve been visiting regularly since my oldest was just a few months old.

There are two great ways to save on your Museums of Flight admission. The best one for you will depend on how often you want to visit.

If you only want to visit once or twice, you may want to use the Museums for All EBT discounts. This way, you’ll only pay $3 per person. This discount is available to guests with benefits in any state. You can bring up to two adults and four children at this rate. If you bring all six guests, you’ll pay just $18 for your visit. That’s less than the cost of one regular adult admission!

If you want to visit multiple times, then you should choose the Reduced Price Aviator Membership. This is an annual membership that will provide unlimited admission for up to two adults and all their children (or grandchildren). It costs just $29 per year! It may only be available to local residents.

Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) – FREE

Discover the history and the future of the great city of Seattle with the rare objects, historic images and hands-on exhibits offered by MOHAI. Permanent exhibits include True Northwest, Maritime Seattle and the Bezos Center for Innovation. Temporary Exhibits include the Kid-struction zone, Edible City and more.

Through the Museums for All program, MOHAI welcomes low income guests for free! You just need to show your EBT card, WIC card, or Foster Family credentials to get up to four guests in for free. Cards from any state are accepted.

Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) – FREE

I know I’ve said this a lot on this list, but MoPOP is another one of my favorite destinations. I fell in love with it way back when it was still called the Experience Music Project (EMP). It’s such a fun place to go!

When you visit with your EBT or WIC card, you get free admission for up to 10 guests. That’s FREE admission for up to TEN guests!!! Admission is usually around $30 per person, so that’s a potential savings of around $300!!! They will honor this discount for guests from any state.

National Nordic Museum – $2 per person

The National Nordic Museum provides EBT discounts, as well as discounts for people who receive benefits from WIC, SNAP and Medicaid in any state. They also provide their discount to registered foster care providers. There is a limit of 5 admission discounts per household.

Pacific Science Center (PacSci) – Family Memberships for $19/YEAR

The Pacific Science Center has an incredible Family Access Memberships for families who are receiving public assistance (including both Medicaid and Washington Food Stamps). It’s just $19 PER YEAR for up to 2 adults and 6 children (ages 3-18)!

When I first discovered this program, my family rushed right up to Seattle to get this membership. We spent so much time at PacSci wandering through the dinosaur exhibits, watching the butterflies in the butterfly room, and playing with the giant chess sets. We especially loved that it included discounts on the IMAX tickets!

PacSci’s EBT discounts are only available for Washington residents.

Seattle Art Museum – FREE

The Seattle Art Museum offers free admission through several programs, including Museums for All. They accept EBT cards from all states. If you don’t qualify for the EBT discounts, you may also get free admission through the library museum pass program.

Seattle Asian Art Museum – FREE

The Seattle Asian Art Museum offers free admission through several programs, including Museums for All. Cards from all states are accepted. Local residents may also get free admission through the library museum pass program.

Seattle Children’s Museum – $3 per person

Bring your EBT or food stamp card to enjoy this museum for $3 person for up to 4 people. They will honor this deal for anyone with a card from any state.

This museum was always one that my children wanted to visit but we were only able to go once or twice because this discount wasn’t available when they were young enough to go. If you can score the discount, it’s totally worth the trip!

Seattle Children’s Theatre – Free & Low Cost Tickets

Seattle Children’s Theatre is a part of the SCT for All program. This allows families to enjoy show-stopping performances for discounted rates. You need to call ahead of time to talk to the Ticket Office about their SCT for All tickets.

The cost per ticket depends on the financial situation of each family, but the theatre can go as low as $5-$10 per ticket. This offer is only available for Washington State residents.

Southeast Seattle Tool Library – Donation Only

Adults who are at least age 18 can borrow tools (including power tools) from the Southeast Seattle Tool Library! Their website states that those with low incomes can pay “whatever you can afford” as their annual membership fee, with no proof of income required. 

You will need to fill out a membership form and show a picture ID for proof of address.  They even have classes, if you’re wanting to learn how to use an unfamiliar tool. This offer is only available for local residents.

Wing Luke Museum – FREE

The Wing Luke Museum is an art and history museum. It showcases the culture, history and art of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders. Up to five guests can visit the Wing Luke Museum for free with an EBT card from any state.

Woodland Park Zoo – $5 per person OR $35 per YEAR

If you have WIC or EBT, then you can get $5 per person (children 2 and under are free) tickets to Woodland Park Zoo! You can purchase tickets for up to six family members. You must be a Washington State resident to use this discount. When you talk to the zoo, make sure you ask about the Discover Ticket.

They also offer a $35 per year membership called the Explorer Pass, for families who receive EBT or WIC in Washington State. The pass covers two named adults and up to six children 3-18 years old (children 2 and under are free). This program is only available for Washington residents.

Snoqualmie

Northwest Railway Museum – $3 or less per person

The Northwest Railway Museum invites the public to experience a working railroad while also exploring the history of the railroads in the Pacific Northwest. The museum is open seven days per week and spans several locations, including the historic Snoqualmie Depot, Railway History Campus and Centennial Trail Exhibit. This offer is available for residents of any state who receive EBT benefits.

Tacoma

Foss Waterway Seaport – $2 per person

I’m very excited that Foss Waterway Seaport is participating in Museums for All. They offer admission for just $2 per person for two adults and up to four children with each EBT card (from any state)!

One of our favorite family memories is the day that we went there to see the tall ships (including the Lady Washington, which was the Interceptor on Pirates of the Caribbean). My kids dressed up as Vikings and pirates for the occasion. They had a blast!

Lemay – America’s Car Museum – $0-$3 per person

Residents of Tacoma receiving food assistance can get a free Museums for All membership at LeMay – America’s Car Museum, offering benefits like free admission, discounts, and exclusive invites for 12 months. To join, visit the museum with a photo ID and SNAP EBT card for assistance. This opportunity, supported by Tacoma Creates, includes access for two adults and up to four children. For more details, contact the museum directly.

It appears that this museum also offers a discount of $3 per person for those who are not from Tacoma. You can use an EBT card from any state to get the $3 admission rate.

Museum of Glass – $1 per person OR $2 per family

The Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington, is a great place to go! This contemporary art museum, renowned for its focus on glass and glassmaking, offers the unique opportunity to witness live glassblowing and explore diverse glass art exhibits.

They also offer one of the most generous EBT discounts in Washington State. You can visit for $1 per person. However, if you bring your family, you will only be charged $2! This offer is valid for cardholders from any state.

Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium – $6 per person OR $45 per year

Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium is one of the coolest EBT discounts in Washington! My children have spent many hours dodging the wandering peacocks and climbing on the play structures at this zoo.

If you receive EBT benefits, WIC benefits or participate in fostering or kinship care, you have two choices for discounted access. You must be a Washington State resident to get this discount. You can pay $6 per person per visit for up to six guests OR purchase an annual family membership for $45 per year! The membership will cover two named adults and all their legal dependents.

To get these discounts, you’ll need to ask about the Wild Access discount at the admission gate. Don’t forget that this deal is also valid at Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium, too!

The Tacoma Art Museum – $1 for an individual OR $2 for the whole family

The Tacoma Art Museum supports many free and discounted admission programs. They also have one of the more generous EBT discounts in Washington State! Just like the Museum of Glass, you can visit for $1 per person or a max of $2 per family!  

Tacoma Children’s Museum – Donations Only

The Tacoma Children’s Museum operates on a “pay as you will” admission, which means that each person pays whatever they can afford. An EBT or Provider One card is not required.

Washington State History Museum – $1 per person OR $2 per family

My kids love the Washington State History Museum. The front desk offers a fun scavenger hunt that kids can solve for a reward. There are also several interactive stations and dress-up spots. The wall-to-wall model railroad upstairs is my son’s favorite place. There is also a kid-friendly theater area, computers and other interactive exhibits.

Washington Quest cardholders, as well as Washington Foster Parents, can gain admission for $1 per person or $2 per family. You can also use this discount if you have benefits from another state.

Vancouver

The Historic Trust – FREE

The Historic Trust preserves and celebrates the history of the Fort Vancouver Historic Site. They offer walking tours at the Marshall House, Providence Academy and a self-guided Botanical Tour.

The organization has joined Museums for All but all of the tours are free for everyone.

Walla Walla

Children’s Museum of Walla Walla – FREE

If you have SNAP benefits, you may qualify for a free or discounted three month membership to the Children’s Museum of Walla Walla. You’ll need to contact the museum directly and ask about their Navigators Stars Program. This program is only for Washington residents.

About EBT in Washington

If you’re looking for EBT discounts in Washington State, there are a few other things that you may need to know. The Low Income Relief team writes extensively about EBT and other low income assistance programs and we don’t want you to miss out on any opportunities to save money or get free stuff!

What You Can Buy

Most people don’t know that you can buy seeds, plants and even certain gift baskets with your Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits! Don’t miss out on our breakdown of everything you can buy with SNAP benefits!

Where You Can Shop

Did you know that you can use your SNAP EBT benefits at farmers markets and even You-Pick strawberry fields? Not every farm is set up to process EBT payments but many are.

You can also use your benefits at bulk stores like Costco and Sam’s Club, too!

For a full list of places you can shop with your SNAP benefits, check out our list of stores that accept EBT.

Legally Get Cash Back

You can legally get cash back on your EBT benefits when you use a rewarded shopping app like Ibotta! These apps let you submit your receipts for incentives. It’s a great way to get some extra cash for essentials. One of our readers scored an additional $437.84 in cash just by using these cash back programs!

Other Assistance Programs

If you qualify for EBT in Washington State, you may be eligible for other assistance programs as well! You could qualify for free internet services, $0 student loan payments, free veterinary care grants and more!

Here are a list of our favorite resources you may be interested in:

More Tips from Our Readers

Over the years, this post has attracted a lot of comments from our readers. Here are some of their top tips!

Call Your Local CSA

Organic delivery services run by community-supported agriculture programs may also accept EBT.  I also know that Mother Nature’s Organics in Lake Stevens, Helsing Junction Farm in Rochester, Dandelion Organic Delivery in Bellingham, and Jericho Farm in Concrete all accept EBT. You can always ask your local CSA program if they accept EBT!

Winco Pizza

Leonardi’s Pizza (inside Winco) will accept EBT as a form of payment, but if you are going to a new store, it is best to call customer service to make sure that location has been certified and approved because the process can take some time. Thanks, Jessica!

7/11 Pizzas

Buy a frozen pizza at select 7/11 locations and they’ll cook it for you on site! Before you go, it is best to call the location you are thinking about going to so you can make sure they will accept your card. Thanks, Juliann!

FAQs about EBT Discounts in Washington State

Our readers have had a lot of questions about EBT discounts in Washington State over the years. After all, we first reported on these deals clear back in 2015! We’ve been updating the post continuously ever since.

Is there a Space Needle EBT discount?

No. The Space Needle offers discounts for youth and seniors, as well as military members and King County residents. However, they do not have a specific EBT discount.

Is there a Seattle Aquarium EBT discount?

The Seattle Aquarium offers free admission passes and discounted $35 memberships through community organizations, but they do not have an EBT discount at this time. You will need to work with a Connections Program partner to get that discounted admission.

Relief Recap

There are many EBT discounts in Washington State! If you get SNAP, WIC or Medicaid benefits, you may be able to get some great discounts to the area’s top destinations, including MoPOP, Museum of Flight, PacSci and more. This comprehensive list includes all the Museums for All partners, as well as those who participate in other programs so that you don’t miss any opportunities.

Martha Langarica

Sunday 19th of November 2023

Just learn from visiting last week the Seattle Aquarium has an ebt discount for not museum for all but its 5 dollars per person up to 6 with the EBT, foster parents

Rhonda

Tuesday 17th of October 2023

I discovered that if you show your EBT card at any King County (unsure of other counties) Transfer station (ie the dump) they will take $15 off of the total cost of that trip. You just need to tell them & show them your card on your way in versus on your way out.

Amy

Thursday 21st of September 2017

As of Sept. 1, 2017, Oregon Zoo is offering discounted admission for Oregon and Washington individuals and families who qualify for a variety of income assistance programs.

Just bring your Oregon or Washington photo ID and any documentation showing that you participate in any of the following programs, and you are eligible to buy up to 6 tickets for $5 each. If you ride MAX to the zoo and show proof of fare (monthly pass, individual tickets or annual pass), you'll receive an additional $1.50 off admission for each person.

Eligible programs: •Oregon Trail card •Washington Quest Card •Medicaid/CHIP •Section 8 •WIC - eWIC card •Free/reduced school lunch •TANF, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families •Head Start •Foster home certificate

More info at: https://www.oregonzoo.org/zoo-all