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10 Epic Nebraska EBT Discounts

10 Epic Nebraska EBT Discounts

Nebraska EBT cards are keys that can unlock freebies and deals across the state! A Nebraska food stamps card can help you get cheap admission to Omaha Children’s Museum and so much more!

7 Things You Need to Know

I’ve been updating this list for years now, and I’ve learned quite a bit along the way. There are some things that many people don’t know about Nebraska food stamps!

Nebraska EBT discounts

Get Fresh Fruits and Vegetables with Nebraska’s Double Up Food Bucks Program

Nebraska’s Double Up Food Bucks program allows you to use your EBT Card to double your purchases of fresh fruits and vegetables (up to $20) from participating farmer’s markets.

Not every farmer’s market location participates in the Double Up Food Bucks program, but the following locations currently do:

  • Community Crops Veggie Van
    • 2530 Q St, Lincoln, NE  68503.
  • Enriquez Market
    • 828 N Lincoln Ave, York, NE 68467.
  • Kearney Area Farmers Market
    • 5019 2nd Ave Suite 13A, Kearney, NE 68847, USA.
  • Las Nena’s Zamora Market
    • 4907 South 24th St, Omaha, NE
  • Leon’s Gourmet Grocer
    • 2200 Winthrop Rd, Lincoln, NE
  • Lincoln Mediterranean Market
    • 1618 O Street, Lincoln, NE
  • No More Empty Pot Community Harvest
    • 8501 North 30th St, Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ Corrigan Senior Center
    • 3819 X St., Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ Eastern Nebraska Community Action Partnership (ENCAP)
    • 2406 Fowler Ave., Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ Midtown WIC Clinic at the Center
    • 1941 S. 42nd St., Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ Notre Dame Housing
    • 3439 State St., Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ One World Community Health Center
    • One World Community Health Center, Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ the 2022 ENOA Walkathon
    • 7028 Military Avenue, Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ the Charles Drew WIC Clinic at Highlander
    • 2112 N. 30th Street, Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ the Intercultural Senior Center
    • 5545 Center St, Omaha, NE 68106.
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ the West Omaha WIC Clinic
    • 735 N. 120th St., Omaha, NE
  • Nurture Omaha Farm Stands @ WIC Papillion Montessori
    • 711 Olsen Drive, Papillion, NE 68046.
  • Omaha Farmers Market – Aksarben Village
    • 67th Street & Mercy Road, Omaha, NE
  • Omaha Farmers Market – Old Market
    • 1011 Jackson St, Omaha, NE
  • Open Harvest Co-Op Grocery
    • 1618 South St, Lincoln, NE
  • Seward Farmer Market
    • Courthouse, 529 Seward St Room 206, Seward, NE 68434, USA
  • Sunday Farmers Market at College View
    • 4801 Prescott Ave, Lincoln, NE
  • Thursday Farmers Market in Fallbrook
    • 570 Fallbrook Blvd, Lincoln, NE

Statewide EBT Discounts

If you’ve got Nebraska EBT, you can get some pretty incredible discounts! These are accessible no matter where you live in the state.

50% off Amazon Prime

Amazonir?t=lir0e 20&l=ur2&o=1 for offers steep discounts on Amazon Prime membership for low income customers! With your Nebraska EBT card, you can get free two-day shipping and free streaming access for about half price. Claim your discount now!ir?t=lir0e 20&l=ur2&o=1 for

$5 Internet

Internet is essential to daily life and there are many companies that offer it for a discount! We’ve found incredible deals from providers like Comcast, AT&T and more! If you spend more than $5-$20/month on Internet, check this out.

FREE Cell Phones & Service

Free smartphones and cell service are available FREE from several agencies who serve low income customers. If you qualify for Nebraska food stamps, you may qualify for a FREE smartphone and FREE monthly service (including data)! Just pick a provider to get started.

FREE Computers

There are many organizations that provide free and low cost computers to low income households. If you need a new or better computer, try this.

YMCA Discounts

YMCA typically offers low income scholarships! If you can’t afford the normal rate and you have Nebraska EBT, you may be able to qualify for a discount.

Other Discounts

If you qualify for food stamps, you may also qualify for these programs!

EBT in Nebraska = Admission Discounts

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. We’ve ensured that all the Museums for All partners have green titles, so you can easily identify which museums accept cards from all 50 states! Check our other state lists to see what your Nebraska EBT card can do!

You cannot pay admission with the EBT card. 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.

Grand Island

Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer –

The Stuhr Museum features 107 buildings, 208 acres of prairie and over 140,000 artifacts. Plan to spend at least 4 hours on your exploration of this incredible museum. You can get discounted admission of just $3 per person when you visit with your EBT card!


International Quilt Museum – FREE

This museum celebrates the cultural and artistic significance of quilts. It boasts the largest public collection of quilts, with some from the early 1700s! There are quilts from more than 60 countries. Entrance is free when showing your EBT card.

State Museum & Morrill Hall – $1

This University of Nebraska museum features permanent and temporary exhibits. Planetarium tickets are not included in the discounted price.

Nebraska City

Kregel Windmill Factory Museum – $1 per child and $3 per adult

The turbine-type wind machines produced by the Kregel Windmill Factory are a staple of the plains and prairies of North America. These important tools combined with drilled wells were essential to the settlement of Nebraska.

The Museum now stands as a tribute to this tool and the American use of renewable power to improve human lives. Discover the history of the windmill and see the tools used in its creation.

Children ages 8 and under are free!


Henry Doorly Zoo – FREE Memberships!

The Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium provides free memberships to certain families. To qualify, you must have a third grade student who attends a metro-area school. The school must have a a high rate of free or reduced-price lunch participation. To receive this membership, you must contact the United Way’s 211 hotline.

Omaha Children’s Museum – $3 per person and FREE Memberships!

Explore more than 45,000 square feet of exhibits, interactive play spaces and so much more at Omaha Children’s Museum! Up to 6 people can enter for $3 each, and children under 2 years old are free.

Additionally, some families may qualify for a free membership program. Click here to find information about their membership program.

Get FREE stuff in Nebraska!

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Desiree Foust

Monday 13th of August 2018

I am just wondering bout the Children's Museum and how do I apply for it? Thank you .

Nicole Thelin

Tuesday 14th of August 2018

Hi, Desiree! Apparently, the museum changed their website a bit. This link has more information about their memberships. I had no idea that our link was out-of-date. Thanks for bringing that to my attention!


Wednesday 17th of May 2017

I recently applied for SNAP in Nebraska. My income is $775 a month from Social Security and I have $100 in the bank. When I was homeless I was only approved for $16.00 a month and now that I rent a room and pay $350 rent and $50 utilities each month, the amount I receive is still only $50.00 a month. I know homeless people who receive $940 on their food stamp card. When I called to ask, the Snap lady said it's because I don't have expenses beyond my car (worth under $500), some medical bills, my cell phone and everything else.

Is that a way I can get the full amount?


Thursday 18th of May 2017

Hey, Tia! I'm out of the office until next week but when I get back I'll definitely look into this for you. There must be some sort of solution because that doesn't sound right at all.

Randall Granados

Friday 12th of May 2017

Recently I attempted to buy a cold beef enchilada from the deli case at Family Fare in Omaha and it was not accepted on my SNAP card. I was told by one of the managers that it was a taxable product and therefore NOT EBT benefit eligible. But I had purchased this same item on April 30, 2017. And I have a receipt to prove that. Did new rules or laws pass in Nebraska that recently took effect?


Friday 12th of May 2017

Hello, Randall! I looked and I wasn't able to see any law changes. A lot of employees (including management) don't fully understand the EBT laws, which are made at the federal level. I would assume that it's a human error and not a legal change. I'm sorry!


Tuesday 20th of December 2016

Thank you


Tuesday 20th of December 2016

You're very welcome, Reshima!