Get EBT discounts in Nevada! If you’re receiving Nevada food stamps, you could qualify for some incredible discounts around the state (and even the country). We’ve got the full list.
7 Tips about EBT in Nevada
After years of research, I’ve learned that most people don’t know these things about Nevada food stamps.
- Apply for Nevada food stamps online. Sometimes, we’ll get comments from people who are too nervous to apply in person. The good news is that you can apply online and skip the lines!
- You can buy fruit trees. It’s true! You can buy much more than just groceries. You can buy seeds and produce-bearing plants with your Nevada food stamps card! You can also buy certain gift baskets and birthday cakes. Here are some other surprising things you can buy with food stamps.
- Shop smart. You may be able to get more food for your money at farmer’s markets and You-Pick Strawberry Fields!
- You may be eligible for more food stamps. We’ve cracked the code on how the food stamps office determines your monthly food stamps allotment… and we’ve discovered ways that you can increase your monthly balance! Learn the trick that 90% of people don’t know about.
- You can get cash back (it’s legal)! With smart shopping techniques, you can put cash back in your pocket when you shop with EBT. Here’s how.
- You can shop at many places. Sure, you can spend your food stamps at the grocery store down the street… but you may be able to get better deals from places like Costco, Schwan’s and even Community Supported Agriculture programs! Some retailers, such as Farmer’s Markets, often offer double-up programs where you can get twice as much food as you pay for. Here’s where you can shop with EBT.
- You can use your EBT card in other states! Not only can you shop in other states, you can also get EBT discounts in other states. All of our state lists use green titles to indicate what venues accept out-of-state EBT cards for discounts.
EBT Discounts in Nevada
We’ve found some incredible EBT discounts in Nevada. These benefits are available statewide.
50% off Amazon Prime
Amazon is one of my favorite EBT discounts. Your Nevada food stamps card can help you get free two-day shipping and free streaming access for about half price. Claim your discount now!
Depending on where you live, you may be able to get discounted Internet from some of these providers. We’ve found around a dozen Internet deals that cost $20 or less – and one starts at just $5/mo! Here’s what you need to know.
FREE Cell Phones & Service
Stop paying for cell phone service! If you have EBT, you likely also qualify for these FREE smartphones and FREE monthly service plans (including data)! Just pick a provider to get started.
Low income individuals and families may qualify for a new or better computer for free! Try this.
Can’t afford the YMCA’s normal rates? If you’re low income, you may be able to get a scholarship or discount.
If you’re looking for EBT discounts in Nevada, you may also qualify for these programs!
- Homebuyer assistance programs (including down payment assistance, Habitat for Humanity, Dollar Homes and more!)
- Legal aid
- Property tax exemptions
- Student loan assistance ($0 per month payments!)
- Summer meals (free for kids ages 18 and under!)
- Tax filing assistance
- Utility assistance (help paying electric bills, free weatherization assistance and more!)
- Pet care assistance (veterinary care grants, free pet food, free boarding and more!)
EBT in Nevada = Admission Discounts
Who knew that food stamps could unlock so much adventure?! You can just show your card to get these admission EBT discounts in Nevada.
For your convenience, we’ve organized our free and discounted museum admission list alphabetically by city.
You can use out-of-state EBT cards in some cases. All venues with green titles accept out-of-state EBT cards! Check our other state lists to see what your Nevada EBT card can do!
You cannot pay admission with the EBT card. Although you will need to show the card to get the discount, you can’t pay the remaining admission cost with EBT. You’ll need a normal payment method like cash or debit/credit in order to pay the discounted price. It is important to remember that you cannot pay for admission with your EBT card. You will show the 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.
Beatty Museum and Historical Society – FREE
Discover the Bullfrog Mining District that exists within Beatty and Rhoylite, Nevada. This museum showcases displays and special projects that capture the history of this unique area.
Boulder City / Hoover Dam Museum – FREE
This museum is dedicated to telling the story of hte men and women who built the Hoover Dam and settled in Boulder City. It elaborates on the social experience of the 1929 Stock Market Crash and Depression as well.
The Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada – $2 per child
Encourage learning through play at this wonderful children’s museum!
If you’ve got EBT in Las Vegas, you’re in luck! The majority of Nevada’s discounts are in this area.
Burlesque Hall of Fame – FREE
This collection of several thousand costumes, effects and photos documents the careers and lives of burlesque dancers, comics, and producers over nearly a century.
Discovery Children’s Museum – $3 or less per person
As a Museums for All partner, Discovery Children’s Museum is Las Vegas allows four family members to visit the museum for $3 or less per person!
National Atomic Testing Museum – $3 or less per person
Learn all about America’s nuclear weapons testing program! The National Atomic Testing Museum is a Museums for All partner so admission is $3 or less per person.
The Neon Museum – $3 per person
Since 1996, the Neon Museum has preserved and exhibited iconic Los Vegas signs. Through Museums for All, the Neon Museum welcomes people with EBT cards for just $3 per person, with a limit of 4 people per EBT card.
Springs Reserve – $3 per person
The Springs Reserve commemorates Las Vegas’ history across 180 acres. The site was the original source of water for the local Native Americans and therefore has a special place in Las Vegas history. It has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978 and currently features museums, galleries, outdoor events, botanical gardens and trails.