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Got Oklahoma Food Stamps? Get Free Stuff!

Got Oklahoma Food Stamps? Get Free Stuff!

Got Oklahoma food stamps? You may also qualify for free internet, discounted veterinary care and more! Most people don’t realize just how many perks you can receive with a Oklahoma food stamps card… so we rounded them all up into this list!

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7 Things You Need to Know!

  • Apply for Oklahoma EBT 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 and birthday cakes. It’s true! You can buy much more than just groceries. Many people think that you can only buy food with your food stamps card, but that’s not technically true. Your food stamps card can do much more than buy groceries! You can buy some surprising things 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. When I was receiving food stamps, I filled out the paperwork completely wrong. I didn’t know it at the time but I could’ve received hundreds of dollars per month in extra food stamps! If you are struggling to buy enough groceries each month, then you really need to read this post!
  • You can get cash back! It’s true and it’s legal – no cash benefits required. One of our readers earned an additional $437.84 just by shopping with her food stamps card. She uses that extra money to buy diapers, wipes and other essentials.
  • You can shop at many places. You can use your Oklahoma food stamps funds in some unexpected places. In addition to most grocery stores and gas stations, you can use your card at Costco, many farmer’s markets and even Schwans food delivery trucks!
  • 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 Oklahoma food stamps? Get incredible discounts!

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Cell phones and service are available FREE. If you qualify for Oklahoma food stamps, you may qualify for a FREE smartphone and FREE monthly service (including data)! Find out who offers free phones and service in your area.

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Some retailers even give you discounts when you shop with your Oklahoma food stamps card! Many Oklahoma farmer’s markets even offer a dollar-matching program that lets you get twice as much food for your money!

Internet is essential to daily life. You could qualify for Internet as low as $5 per month! Learn how to get discounted Internet services here!

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Power companies may provide free weatherization services, free appliances and other perks for low income customers. We’re investigating companies across America to see what hidden and relatively-unknown programs are available for their customers.

Property tax exemptions for low-income seniors and disabled veterans may be available from your local county assessor’s office. Contact your assessor’s office for more information, including income limits and application instructions.

Student loans? If you qualify for Oklahoma food stamps, you also qualify for income-based repayment plans! These plans can cost you as little as ZERO dollars per month and can even result in total loan forgiveness! Get the details on these low income student loan repayment plans here!

Veterinary care is so expensive! If you need help paying for pet care, we’ve found some resources for you.

YMCA usually offer discounts for low income individuals and families. If you’ve got Oklahoma food stamps, you may be able to get a discounted membership to your local YMCA! Since details vary by location, you’ll need to contact them directly for more information.

Get museum discounts with your Oklahoma food stamps!

It is important to remember  that you cannot pay for admission with your EBT 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.

Museums with green titles are Museums for All partners, so they offer discounts to people with EBT cards from any states.

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Duncan

Chisholm Trail Heritage Center – $2 per person

The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center hosts one of the largest collections of western and Native American art in the west. It has a campfire theater, an experience theater and more. With your Oklahoma EBT card, the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center offers a reduced entry fee of $2 per person plus tax, for up to four people.

Edmond

Edmond Historical Society & Museum – FREE

Delve into the community’s history the moment you step inside the old Armory. Formerly home to the 179th Infantry, 45th Division of the National Guard, this historic sandstone building now houses the permanent and temporary exhibits of the Edmond Historical Society. Experience the lives of the Native People of the Prairie, the coming of the railroad, the Land Run of 1889, the agricultural development, city growth and influence of religion on the local community. Come back again and again for the temporary and traveling exhibits that change periodically throughout the year.

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Oklahoma City

American Banjo Museum – $3 per person

Explore the history, popularity and usage of “America’s instrument,” the banjo! And just $3 admission for EBT Card Holders and up to four family members.

Oklahoma Hall of Fame & Gaylord-Pickens Museum – FREE for a limited time

Located in Midtown, this museum invites visitors to meet both famous and everyday Oklahoma residents who have made an impact in their communities and even in the world. Featured personalities include Reba McEntire, Wiley Post, Mat Hoffman and more. The museum is self-guided, but staff are always available to answer questions.

Admission is currently free through the end of May 2021. During regular operations, the entry fee for the Museums For All program is $1/guest (child and adult).

Shawnee

Mabe-Gerrer Museum of Art – FREE

The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art is one of Oklahoma’s oldest museums. It showcases art that was collected by the Benedictine monk Father Gregory Gerrer.

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Museum Director Dane Pollei said, “For years, we’ve offered scholarships to the museum’s art classes for any child receiving any type of assistance. Participation in Museums for All helps us make art available to everyone.”

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Tulsa

Philbrook Museum of Art – $1 per person

The Philbrook Museum of Art features permanent and rotating exhibitions. Up to four people can enter for just $1 each, when you show your EBT card. Children 17 and under are always free.

Tulsa Botanic Garden – $1 per person

Explore Tulsa Botanic Garden for just $1 per person. There is a limit of four discounts per EBT card, but children 12 and under are free. Special ticketed events and programs may cost more.

Tulsa Historical Society and Museum – up to $3 per person

The Tulsa Historical Society and Museum is Oklahoma’s first Museums for All partner.

From their website, “The Tulsa Historical Society has eight rotating exhibit galleries featuring stories from Tulsa’s past. The museum collects, preserves, and exhibits artifacts and archives from YOUR Tulsa history. Visit often as all exhibits are temporary and change regularly.”

As a Museums for All partner, their admission rate for EBT cardholders is $3 or less.

Tulsa Zoo – up to $3 per person

The Tulsa Zoo is now a Museums for All partner!

Get FREE stuff in Oklahoma!

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Have too much month at the end of your money? Me too - and that's how Low Income Relief got started. I have over 20 years of professional research and writing experience. Over the years, I've worked as a novelist, journalist, ghostwriter and content creator. My work has been featured in various print and online publications, including USA Today, eHow.com, Livestrong.com, Legal Beagle, The Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), The Chronicle (Centralia, WA) and others. At Low Income Relief, I use my professional research and reporting experience to help low income families save money and make ends meet. It's been my full-time job since 2016, and it's truly an honor to serve you.

Customer

Monday 25th of October 2021

Your strawberry farms for Oklahoma are extremely out of date. Any chance you can update them?

Isaac

Monday 29th of November 2021

Thanks for letting me know! I’ll get that added to our research list and we’ll get that information added as soon as we can.

Twanna medina

Tuesday 11th of May 2021

I'm disabled and looking for a low income home I would even try to buy I would do anything if it was a safe place to live I get ebt I've been staying w family but my mom just passed away so I've got to find me a place looking in Moore,Oklahoma 73160

Hannah Benge

Friday 21st of May 2021

This is info on low income housing https://lowincomerelief.com/what-do-you-need-to-qualify-for-low-income-housing/. If there are more specifics you need let us know-Hannah

VONDRA BROOKS

Tuesday 12th of January 2021

CAN U HELP ME FIND A LOW INCOME APT.

Hannah Benge

Tuesday 9th of February 2021

What area are you in? -Hannah

Erycka

Saturday 28th of July 2018

Thanks for informing us! What about the zoos? Have you heard of any discount on admission ticket pricing?

Nicole Thelin

Monday 30th of July 2018

Hey, Erycka! I haven't found any zoo discounts in Oklahoma yet. I look for new programs at least once a month (usually more often), so hopefully they'll start participating in something like this soon!

Rebecca

Friday 20th of April 2018

Never knew any of this applied to people with ebt I know a few people and I'll be sure to pass It along this will help out alot people

Nicole

Friday 20th of April 2018

Thanks for helping us spread the word, Rebecca! I really appreciate it!