In New Jersey, an EBT card can do so much more than just buy food. Use your NJ food stamps to get cheap admission to several museums, free internet service and so much more! Keep reading for details – you don’t want to miss this excellent NJ food stamps deals!
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Got NJ food stamps?
You may also be eligible for these programs:
If you receive SC food stamps, you may also be eligible for these great programs:
- Discounts on YMCA memberships. Contact your local YMCA for more information about their financial aid programs.
- Free/cheap pet care services, including spay/neuter assistance and pet food.
- Free Internet
- Free cell phone & service
Your NJ food stamps card can also do this!
It’s easy to be confused about what you can and can’t buy with your SC food stamps benefits. However, we’ve found some interesting items that we thought couldn’t be purchased with food stamps… yet they can!
- Farmer’s Markets and community supported agriculture (CSA) programs can accept EBT. Alstede Farms’ Store accepts EBT and offers a 10% discount for certain shoppers.
- Starbucks! EBT can be used at Starbucks locations that are located inside a grocery store.
- Subway! EBT cards may be usable at Subway locations inside gas stations as long as the sandwich isn’t toasted. This isn’t always the case, but it has been possible on occasion.
- Schwan’s Trucks also accept EBT benefits. Order online, by phone or on the app. Please note that food stamps benefits will not cover the delivery charge. Make sure you can pay the delivery charge before you order! If you can’t pay the delivery charge, you will not be allowed to keep your order.
- Sam’s Club
- Papa Murphy’s
- Dollar Tree
You can also use your New Jersey food stamps benefits to buy these items:
- Hot deli food that has been packaged and refrigerated
- Energy drinks that have a nutrition facts label
- Live lobsters & shellfish
- Bakery-decorated birthday cakes
- Gift baskets that include food items
Read more about this on the federal SNAP website.