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Get Free Food with Double Up Food Bucks Texas!

Get Free Food with Double Up Food Bucks Texas!

You can double your food benefits through Double Up Food Bucks Texas! This organization provides a dollar-for-dollar match so that you can get twice as much food as you pay for. It’s an incredible opportunity to get even more healthy food with your food stamps dollars.


In this article, we’ll review what this program is, who is eligible for it, how it works and what you need to do to start getting more food for your money.

What is Double Up Food Bucks Texas?

This is the Texas branch of the nationwide Double Up Food Bucks movement. This organization is dedicated to improving nutrition for low income people across America by giving you free fruits and vegetables when you shop with your SNAP benefits.

In Texas, there are around 50 participating locations that will help you get these extras. Don’t forget your Texas EBT discounts, too!

Who is eligible?

There are no extra eligibility requirements for this program!


You just need to shop with your SNAP EBT card at a participating market, as listed below.

How does it work?

The program works a little differently depending on whether you are shopping at a grocery store or a farmers market.

Grocery Stores

Each grocery store decides how to handle this program independently. Some stores will issue you a coupon at checkout so you can spend your Double Up dollars on your next visit. Other stores track your extra benefits on loyalty cards, and others may provide an instant 50% discount.

Either way, you can only use those benefits to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at the store where you earned those credits. You can’t earn them at one store and spend them at another.

The good news is that you can use this program year-round at participating grocery stores! This is a huge advantage because most farmers markets are seasonal.

Farmers Markets

At the Farmers Market, things work a little differently. Instead of shopping from one store, you’re actually shopping from many different farmers who have gathered at the market.

To make the checkout process easier, most markets will ask you to visit the information booth or welcome table so that you can speak to the market manager. They’ll ask how much money you want to spend that day, and they’ll run your card for that amount. In exchange, you’ll receive tokens that you can use to purchase things from the vendors at the market.


You’ll actually receive two sets of tokens: one for the money you spent and an extra set of Double Up tokens. The tokens you paid for can be used to buy any EBT-eligible items at the market. The Double Up ones will look different and can only be used to purchase locally grown fruits and vegetables.

There is a $30 per day limit on Double Up tokens, though.

What markets participate in DUFB Texas?

The first step to using this program is finding a participating market. There are over 50 participating grocery stores and farmers markets in Texas.

We’ve organized the following list alphabetically by city for your convenience. Please note that some retailers will also double benefits from other programs, including WIC, WIC’s FMNP and SFMNP. Some retailers also have different daily limits, ranging from $5 per day to $40 per day.

AustinFresh for Less Mobile Market: Central Southeast Health and Wellness Center2901 Montopolis Dr., Austin TX, 78741
AustinFresh for Less Mobile Market: CommUnity Care North Central1210 W. Braker Ln., Austin TX, 78758
AustinFresh for Less Mobile Market: East Austin Neighborhood Center211 Comal St., Austin, TX 78702Also Accepts FMNP
AustinFresh for Less Mobile Market: East YMCA5315 Ed Bluestein Blvd., Austin, TX 78723
AustinFresh for Less Mobile Market: People’s Community Clinic1101 Camino La Costa, Austin, TX 78752
AustinFresh for Less Mobile Market: Sierra Vista Apartments4320 S. Congress Ave., Austin TX, 78745
AustinFresh for Less Mobile Market: St. John’s Episcopal Church11201 Parkfield Dr., Austin TX, 78758
AustinSFC Farmers’ Market at Sunset Valley3200 Jones Rd., Austin TX, 78745Also Accepts WIC & FMNP
AustinSFC Farmers’ Market Downtown422 Guadalupe St., Austin TX, 78701Also Accepts WIC & FMNP
AustinTexas Farmers’ Market at Mueller2006 Philomena St., Austin TX, 78723Also Accepts FMNP
AustinWheatsville Food Co-op4001 S Lamar Blvd., Austin TX, 7870450% Discount
AustinWheatsville Food Co-op3101 Guadalupe St., Austin TX, 7870550% Discount
BrownfieldUnited Supermarkets #5361401 Tahoka Rd, Brownfield TX, 79316$5 Limit; also accepts WIC
BrownsvilleBrownsville Farmers’ Market1534 E 6th St. Brownsville, Tx. 78520Also Accepts WIC & FMNP
Cedar CreekFresh for Less Home Delivery3608 River Road, Cedar Creek, 78612Free home delivery. Select “Home Delivery” and Offline Payment” at checkout.
Cedar ParkTexas Farmers’ Market at Lakeline11200 Lakeline Mall Dr., Cedar Park TX, 78613Also Accepts FMNP
DallasFor Oak Cliff Farmers Market907 E. Ledbetter Dr., Dallas TX, 75216Also Accepts FMNP
El PasoSpoon Flower Grocery1714 Yandell Dr. Unit B, El Paso, TX 79902
Forest HillFoodland #533320 Mansfield Hwy., Forest Hill TX, 76119$10 Limit; also accepts WIC
Fort WorthElrod’s Cost Plus #91524 NW 25th St., Fort Worth TX, 76164$10 Limit; also accepts WIC
Fort WorthFoodland #521212 S Ayers Ave., Fort Worth TX, 76105$10 Limit; also accepts WIC
Fort WorthLake Worth Farmers Market7005 Charbonneau Rd., Fort Worth, TX
GalvestonGalveston’s Own Farmers Market2822 Market St., Galveston, TX 77550$15 Limit; also accepts FMNP
HarlingenHOPE Farmers’ Market19833 Morris Rd, Harlingen, TX 78552Also Accepts FMNP
HarlingenHOPE Mobile Farmers’ Market19833 Morris Rd, Harlingen, TX 78552Also Accepts FMNP
HoustonLittle Red Box Grocery3401 Harrisburg, Houston, TX 7700350% discount at Point of Sale
HoustonNortheast Community Farmers Market5425 Troost St., Houston TX, 77026$40 Limit
HoustonUrban Harvest Farmers Market2752 Buffalo Speedway, Houston TX, 77027$40 Limit
IdalouJuicy Lucy’s and Idalou Harvest Farmers Market12206 East Hwy 62, Idalou, Texas 79329Also Accepts FMNP
LubbockDowntown Lubbock Farmers Market1824 Buddy Holly Ave., Lubbock, TX 79401Also Accepts FMNP
LubbockUnited Supermarkets #5012630 Parkway Drive, Lubbock TX, 79403$5 Limit
LufkinLufkin Urban Garden & Market805 Sayers Ave., Lufkin, TX 75904
McAllenMcAllen Farmers Market4001 N 23rd St., McAllen, TexasAlso Accepts FMNP
New BraunfelsSAFB Farmers’ Market: New Braunfels Food Bank1620 S Seguin Ave., New Braunfels TX, 78130Also Accepts FMNP & SFMNP
PlainviewMid-Plains Farmers Market – Plainview2803 Olton Road, Plainview TX, 79072Also Accepts FMNP
SaginawSaginaw Farmers Market752 S. Knowles Dr., Saginaw, TX
San AntonioMobile Mercado: CommuniCare West1102 Barclay St., San Antonio TX, 78207
San AntonioMobile Mercado: UHS – Southeast Clinic1055 Ada St., San Antonio TX, 78223
San AntonioMobile Mercado: UHS – Southwest Clinic2121 SW 36th St., San Antonio TX, 78237
San AntonioMobile Mercado: UHS – Texas Diabetes Institute701 S. Zarzamora St., San Antonio TX, 78207
San AntonioPearl Farmers Market312 Pearl Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78215
San AntonioSAFB Farmers’ Market: Mission Marquee Plaza3100 Roosevelt Ave., San Antonio TX, 78214Also Accepts FMNP & SFMNP
San AntonioSAFB Farmers’ Market: Pica Pica Plaza910 Military Dr, San Antonio TX, 78228Also Accepts FMNP & SFMNP
San AntonioSAFB Farmers’ Market: Texas Holy Cross (Salinas)630 S General McMullen St., San Antonio TX, 78237Also Accepts FMNP & SFMNP
San AntonioSAFB Farmers’ Market: WIC Clinic Callaghan412 Callaghan Rd., San Antonio TX, 78228Also Accepts FMNP & SFMNP
WacoBridge Street Farmers Market200 bridge St., Waco, TX 76704Also Accepts WIC, FMNP
WacoWaco Downtown Farmers Market500 Washington Ave., Waco, TX 76701Also Accepts FMNP
White SettlementCowtown Farmers Market8901 Clifford st., White Settlement, TX 76108
Wichita FallsWichita Falls Farmers Market807 Austin St. Wichita Falls, TX 76308Also Accepts FMNP & SFMNP
WolfforthWolfforth Farmers Market8924 County Road 7100, Wolfforth TX, 79382Also Accepts FMNP


When you use your food benefits to shop at these retailers, you can get even more food for your money! Double Up Food Bucks Texas can double your food benefits every day to help you get more nutritious, healthy food. Depending on where you shop, you could get between $5 and $40 in free food every day!