Sure, an Indiana food stamps card can help you buy groceries. Did you know it can also get you into the Wonderlab for just $1… or give you twice as much produce at a farmer’s market? We’re researching hidden EBT perks for each state. Keep reading to find out what your Indiana food stamps card can do for you!
6 Things You Need to Know about Indiana EBT
- Apply for Indiana EBT online on the government website. This is the fastest and easiest way to apply for food benefits.
- Did you know you can buy this?! You can buy seeds and produce-bearing plants with your Indiana food stamps card! You can also buy certain gift baskets and birthday cakes.
- Did you know you can shop here?! Did you know that Costco, farmer’s markets and even you-pick strawberry fields can accept EBT benefits? Some retailers even give you discounts or free stuff if you shop there with your food stamps card!
- Shop smart. You may be able to get more food for your money at farmer’s markets and You-Pick Strawberry Fields!
- You could qualify for more food stamps funds! Eating well on a food stamps budget can certainly be difficult! That’s why we dug into the law to find out how they calculate the award and what you can do to increase it! We’ve found several legal ways you can increase your food stamps funds.
- You can even get cash back from your food stamps card! 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.
Got an Indiana food stamps card? Get discounts!
Amazon for customers who receive Indiana 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.
Cell phones and service are available FREE for individuals and families who receive Indiana food stamps benefits.
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!
Power companies often offer special programs for low income customers. If you’ve got Indiana food stamps benefits, then you may also qualify for special benefits from your power company!
Property tax exemptions may be available for both low income seniors and disabled veterans! If you own your own home, then please check with your county for more information about these exemptions and how to apply.
Student loans feature special repayment programs for low income borrowers. Get the details on these low income student loan repayment plans here!
Veterinary care can be so expensive! Spay Indiana offers low-cost spay and neuter surgeries for pets that belong to low income households. These programs provide both grants and low-cost loans to low income pet owners. Get the details here!
YMCA organizations typically offer discounts for low income individuals and families. If you qualify for Indiana food stamps, then you may qualify for a discounted YMCA membership! Contact your local YMCA for details.
Get in FREE or cheap with an Indiana food stamps card!
There are two programs that offer discounted admission in Indiana.
Museums For All museums offer admission for $3 or less per person. It is important to realize that the museums with green titles are Museums for All participants. These venues accept EBT cards from all 50 states, so you don’t have to be a Indiana resident to get these great deals!
The Access Pass program provides $2 admission per person, per visit to 23 cultural attractions, historic sites, and museums in Indiana. To qualify, you must have a valid photo ID and be enrolled in Hoosier Healthwise (Medicaid), SNAP (food stamps), and/or TANF.
It is also critical 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.
Auburn Cord Duesenburg Automobile Museum – FREE
Up to four people can visit the Museum for FREE with an EBT card! The Auburn Cord Duesenburg Automobile museum offers over 120 cars over three levels. There are nine automotive-themed galleries to explore!
Kids Discovery Factory – $3 or less per person
The Kids Discovery Factory is developing an interactive learning space for children in downtown Batesville.
Wonderlab – $2 per person
Explore and discover at over 65 hands-on, interactive indoor and outdoor exhibits! The exhibits are both educational and fun. Find out what fun things are happening at the Wonderlab by clicking here.
This Access partner offers $2 admission for 2 adults and all dependent children in your family.
Whitley County Historical Museum – FREE
The Whitley County Historical Museum is located inside the historic home of Thomas Riley Marshall, who once served as Indiana Governor and 28th Vice President of the United States. The museum showcases his life and the history of Whitley County. The museum includes the Marshall House, an Annex and an Outhouse. According to their Facebook page, they may also be adding a log cabin in the future.
Children’s Museum of Evansville – $1 per person
Over 18,000 square feet of exhibits sprawl across three floors. You’ll never run out of things to do! Browse the map and see all the adventure that awaits you by clicking here. Up to 4 people can get the low admission fee of just $1 per person, when showing your Indiana food stamps card.
Conner Prairie Interactive History Park – $2 per person
Science, art and nature collide at Conner Park’s “acres and acres of interactive awesomeness.” There is something for everyone all year long! Conner Prairie is an Access partner.
Fort Wayne History Center – $3 or less per person
The Fort Wayne History Center features both a museum and collections from around the Allen County – Fort Wayne area. There are more than 26,000 artifacts available here, including a blacksmith shop!
Fort Wayne Museum of Art – $3 per person
For just $3 per person, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art invites you to explore their various exhibits and features. You can view their both the current and upcoming exhibitions at this link.
Parking in the Arts United parking lot is free unless a performance or event is scheduled at the Arts United Center. Parking is $3 during both performances and events.
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis – $2 per person
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis provides discounted admission to families who qualify for the access program. On the negative side, this does not include admission to special exhibits, events, carousel rides or the annual Haunted House. However, Access Admission recipients do receive $2 admission, free parking, a 10% discount in the food court and a discounted price for Starpoint Summer Camp. For more information, please click here.
Eiteljorg Museum – $2 per person
The Eiteljorg Museum emphasizes an appreciation of the art, history and cultures of the American West and the indigenous peoples of north America. The Eiteljorg is only one of two museums east of the Mississippi that focus on both Native America and the American West.
Explore the museum for just $2 per person through the Access program. You can also have your parking validated by the museum.
Indiana Historical Society – $2 per person
As Indiana’s Storyteller since 1830, the Indiana Historical Society shares the state’s history through a premier research collection, archives and the ultimate Indiana Experience. This museum is an Access partner.
Indiana State Museum & Historical Sites – $2 per person
This world-class museum offers hands-on experiences for both children and adults. Explore the Museum and the historical sites for just $2 per person. It is important to realize that IMAX Theater tickets are not included in the $2 admission price.
Indianapolis Museum of Art – $2 per person
For 132 years, the IMA has encouraged Indiana residents to engage with both art and nature through breathtaking exhibits. It is one of the 10 oldest art museums in the country. This museum is an Access partner. Free parking!
NCAA Hall of Champions – $2 per person
At this time, the Hall of Champions offers two floors of fun family-friendly exhibits including all 24 NCAA sports, a trivia challenge, current team rankings, video highlights, artifacts, sports simulators, a retro gym, a ski simulator and more. As an Access partner, you can access the Hall for just $1.
Minnetrista – $5 per family per YEAR!
Minnetrista means “a gathering place by the water.” Located on the same site as the original F. C. Ball home, Minnetrista serves as a gathering place with programming, workshops, exhibits and more. In addition to a 10,000 square foot collection, Minnestrista also showcases themed gardens and natural areas. Minnetrista is a Museums for All member, so they accept EBT cards from all states.
For just $5 per family per year, you can receive the following:
- Unlimited free gallery admissions for your entire household for an entire year
- Discounts on ticketed programs, workshops, camps, special events and Orchard Shop purchases
- Invitations to special member-only events
- FREE reciprocal admission to 350 science centers and museums that are Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) members,, the nearly 300 public gardens that are American Horticulture Society (AHS) members and over 750 arts and cultural museums that are North American Reciprocal Museums (NARM) members.
- Find the application form here!
Children’s Museum of South Bend – $3 or less per person
The Children’s Museum of South Bend is a Museums for All participant! As such, up to four people can visit per EBT card for just $3 or less.
The History Museum – $3 or less per person
The History Museum in South Bend is a Museums for All participant! As such, up to four people can visit per EBT card for just $3 or less.
The Studebaker National Museum – FREE
The Studebaker National Museum welcomes visitors with EBT during all normal operating hours. The museum is dedicated to showcasing the design, innovation of the automotive and industrial history. They obviously focus on Studebaker vehicles, along with other related industrial artifacts. Among their treasures, you’ll find the same carriage Abraham Lincoln used to get to Ford’s Theatre on the night of his assassination and the same carriage used by Marquis de Lafayette on his farewell tour.
Swope Art Museum – FREE
The will of Sheldon Swope, a Terre Haute jeweler, set money aside for art that would be “…displayed publicly and free of charge to all residents of Terre Haute and Vigo County, Indiana, forever.” Thus, the Swope Art Museum was created.
Terra Haute Children’s Museum – $2 per person
Now that Terra Haute offers this discount, you can explore this three-story children’s museum for just $2 per person! This museum is tons of fun for little ones.
Free two-hour parking is available on the street. A parking garage offers additional parking for $1 per hour or $6 per day.
Wabash County Historical Museum – $3 or less per person
The Wabash County Historical Museum tries to avoid being a “graveyard for old stuff,” as they put it. They have state-of-the-art exhibits to showcase the history of this unique county. They have many fun and interactive exhibits!
This museum now also offers a FREE Family Access Membership for Wabash County residents who may not be able to afford an annual membership or daily ticket fees. Apply online!
Mascot Hall of Fame – $3 per person
Up to four people can get admission for $3 each, to the Mascot Hall of Fame. Celebrating the mascots who are the “unsung heroes of sports,” MHOF incorporates fun, STEAM activities, and lots of exploration.