If you’re receiving Kansas food stamps, you could qualify for other helpful programs as well (including free Internet service)!
7 Things You Need to Know about Kansas Food Stamps
At Low Income Relief, we write extensively about food stamps. Our goal is to help low income people save money and get free stuff. We have a lot of content that can help you if you have Kansas food stamps!
- Apply for Kansas food stamps online. I’ve had many people tell me that the only reason they don’t have food stamps is because they’re too embarrassed to go into the office. 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 Kansas 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. Some retailers, such as Farmer’s Markets, often offer double-up programs where you can get twice as much food as you pay for. Bulk retailers like Costco and Schwans also accept food stamps. Here’s a list of places that accept 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.
Got a Kansas food stamps card? Get FREE stuff and discounts!
50% off Amazon Prime
Amazon offers discounted Amazon Prime memberships for customers who receive Kansas food stamps! Amazon Prime members receive both free two-day shipping and access to FREE streaming access to thousands of titles! You’ll need to verify that you receive food stamps or Medicaid to get this incredible price.
Free Cell Phones & Service
Cell phones and service are available FREE for individuals and families who receive Kansas food stamps benefits. Find out who offers free phones and service in your area.
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 and more! Click here to learn how to get discounted Internet services!
Computers and laptops may be available free or cheap to Alabama food stamps recipients. These programs donate gently used and refurbished machines to low income individuals and families who need them.
Veterinary care can be so expensive! Spay & Neuter Kansas offers low-cost alterations. We’ve also found programs that provide both grants and low-cost loans to low income pet owners. Click here to find more details!
At Low Income Relief, our goal is to help everyone with Virginia EBT save money and get free stuff. If you’ve got Kansas food stamps, you may also be eligible for these programs:
- Legal aid
- Prescription discounts
- Student loan assistance ($0 per month payments!)
- Summer meals (free, for kids ages 18 and under)
- Tax filing assistance
- Utility assistance (electric bills, etc)
- Veterinary care grants, free pet food and more
And YMCA organizations typically offer discounts for low income individuals and families. Contact your local YMCA for details.
Get in FREE or cheap with an Kansas food stamps card!
For your convenience, we’ve organized our free and discounted museum admission list alphabetically by city. We also use green titles to distinguish museums that accept EBT cards from all 50 states.
It is important to realize that you cannot pay for the museum admission with your Kansas food stamps card. You will need to show your Kansas food stamps card to receive the discount and then you will need to pay for the remaining admission price with cash.
Mennonite Settlement Museum – $3 or less
The Mennonite Settlement Museum is run by the Hillsboro Museums. This particular location invites visitors to experience pioneer life in the Kansas prairies.
William F. Schaeffler House Museum – $3 or less
Also run by the Hillsboro Museums, this house recollects the history of Hillsboro as a railroad center for shipping wheat. The historic house was built in 1909.
Cosmosphere – $3 per person
The Cosmosphere is one of the coolest science centers I’ve ever seen on this list! As a Museums for All partner, they offer an EBT discount so you can visit their Hall of Space for just $3 per person. The Hall of Space includes the CosmoKids STEM interactive play area.
Lindsborg Old Mill & Swedish Heritage Museum – $3 per person or less
This historic, unique roller mill was built in 1898. It used to run 24 hours a day, milling hard winter wheat for farmers in the area. It has since been added to the National Register of Historic Places. You can visit for a discount when you bring your EBT card!
Wonder Workshop Children’s Museum – $3 per person
The Wonder Workshop Children’s Museum in Manhattan offers a playful and educational environment for children to learn and grow. This museum is dedicated to stimulating young minds through interactive exhibits and activities focused on science, arts, and humanities. It provides a hands-on approach to learning, making it an excellent venue for fostering creativity and curiosity in children. With its diverse range of engaging exhibits, the Wonder Workshop is a great destination for families seeking an enriching experience for their kids.
Johnson County Museum – 50% Discount
The Johnson County Museum, situated in Overland Park, is a rich repository of local history and culture. The museum features both permanent and changing exhibits that delve into the region’s past, including the popular 1950s All-Electric House, which offers a glimpse into suburban living during that era. The museum’s interactive exhibits, such as KidScape, provide children with engaging learning experiences. This museum is an excellent destination for those interested in understanding the area’s historical journey and its impact on contemporary society.
Matt Ross & Tomahawk Ridge Community Centers – 50% Off
Residents of Overland Park who meet HUD income guidelines can receive 50% off the community center membership price. You must complete a scholarship application and provide documentation of income. You can use either one month’s income or the previous years’ income tax return.
Museum at Prairiefire – FREE
This museum contains innovative science, arts and natural history exhibits. They collaborate directly with New York’s famous American Museum of Natural History, which provides unprecedented access to their exhibitions and resources. Bring your immediate family for FREE with an EBT card!
Shawnee Town 1929 – $3 or less per person
Shawnee Town 1929 invites you to step into a 1920s farm community. You’ll experience authentic exhibits, programs, events and collections at this unique spot.
Kansas Children’s Discovery Center – $3
The Kansas Children’s Discovery center features multiple galleries for children to explore. They can get messy in the art gallery, construct creations in the building gallery, and explore careers in the career gallery. Science and money have their own exhibits, too. My favorite? The Flo-Graphix display where children use florescent geometric shapes and black lights to create awesome works of art!
Families with an EBT card can receive admission for just $3. Up to 6 people may be admitted for this discounted rate.
Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center – $3 per person OR $40 Basic Family Membership
The Topeka Zoo operates a Zoo Access for All Program that is truly amazing! Families can choose to visit for $3 per person, up to four people. If you want to visit often, you can also choose to purchase a discounted family membership that will provide free admission to your entire family for a year!
In order to qualify, your group must include at least one adult and at least one child under age 16.
Botanica, the Wichita Gardens – $3 per person
Botanica has several beautiful gardens to explore! They also have a variety of programs and events that happen there. Check out their website for details!
Exploration Place – $3 or less per person
Exploration Place is the science and discovery center for Sedgwick County. It’s a hub of creativity, technology and science with fun, interactive exhibits for guests of all ages. As a Museums for All member, they offer discounts for people with Kansas food stamps.
Kansas Aviation Museum – FREE
The Kansas Aviation Museum has many indoor and outdoor exhibits that explore all aspects of aviation history. Aviation enthusiasts of all ages will find something to love, whether it’s the toys in the Lattner Learning Center or the detailed exhibits in the Engine Room. There’s also a wide variety of aircraft available in the outdoor exhibits, too!
Make sure you ask for the Museums for All discount. According to Executive Director Ben Sauceda, “Admission is free for those with EBT cards.”
Mid-America All-Indian Museum – $3 or less per person
The Mid-America All-Indian Museum is dedicated to preserving the culture, history, art and more of the American tribes.
Old Cowtown Museum – $3 or less per person
Step into a world off the Chisolm Trail at Old Cowtown! You’ll walk dirt roads, explore historic structures, machinery, equipment, furnishings and more. There are 54 historic and recreated buildings along the river, and it’s open to visitors all year long.
Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum – $3 or less per person
The Historical Museum is located in Wichita’s first City Hall, a building from 1890. It offers exhibits on the Wichita Indian tribe, cowboys, the city’s aviation history and more. Visit for a discount with your EBT card!