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Double Your Food Benefits with SNAP Market Match

Double Your Food Benefits with SNAP Market Match

You can use SNAP Market Match to get free food when you shop with your food benefits at over 100 participating farmers markets throughout Washington state! This is an incredible way to get more healthy food for your money.

In this article, we’ll review what the SNAP Market Match program is, who is eligible, how it works and what you need to do to start using this program right away.

What is SNAP Market Match?

SNAP Market Match is a nutrition incentive program in Washington State. When you shop with your EBT benefits at a participating market, you can get up to $25 or more in fresh farmers market produce for free!

This is a dollar-matching program, which means that you’ll get more free food if you spend more of your benefits at the market. For every dollar you spend, you can get an extra dollar for free. There’s usually a daily limit on how many dollars you can match and each market sets their own limit. Usually, though, it’s around $25.

Who is eligible for SNAP Market Match?

SNAP Market Match is available to anyone who uses Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits at a participating farmers market. There are no extra eligibility requirements or complicated application processes.

If you have SNAP benefits, don’t forget to check out this list of EBT discounts in Washington!

How does it work?

First, you need to find a participating market on the list below and stop by during their open hours. Go straight to the information booth or market manager’s tent. Tell them that you want to participate in SNAP Market Match.

They’ll guide you from there. Basically, the process goes like this. You’ll need to swipe your EBT card for the amount you to want to spend and then you will receive tokens for the amount you spent. You’ll also receive the same amount in SNAP Market Match dollars, up to the daily limit.

You can shop at the market once you have those tokens and vouchers in hand. The tokens can be used to buy any EBT-eligible item at the market. The SNAP Market Match Dollars can only be used for eligible locally grown items.

The items you can buy with SNAP Market Match include:

  • Fresh herbs
  • Fresh fruits
  • Fresh vegetables
  • Mushrooms
  • Seeds and plant starts

Unfortunately, you cannot buy other items with those free SNAP Market Match benefits.

What markets offer SNAP Market Match?

There are many markets that participate in this program. The following list includes all of the SNAP Market Match locations as of Summer 2023. We’ve arranged the list alphabetically by city for your convenience.

Gorge Grown Mobile MarketGorge Area
AberdeenAberdeen Sunday MarketBroadway & E Heron St
AnacortesAnacortes Farmers Market611 R Avenue 7th Street and R Avenue
ArlingtonArlington Farmers Market114 North Olympic Ave
AuburnAuburn Farmers MarketLes Gove Park, 1140 Auburn Way S
Bainbridge IslandBainbridge Island Farmers Market280 Madison Ave N
BellevueBellevue Farmers Market1717 Bellevue Way NE
BellinghamBellingham Farmers Market Association1100 Railroad Ave
BellinghamTwin Sisters Farmers Market – Birchwood1538 Birchwood Ave
BremertonBremerton Community Farmers Market1400 Park Ave Park Ave and 14th Street
BurienBurien Farmers Market427 SW 152nd St
CamasCamas Farmers Market625 NE 4th Ave
CentraliaCentralia Farmers Market100 E Pine Street
ChehalisChehalis Farmers MarketBoisfort Street and Market Street
ChewelahChewelah Farmers Market700 North Park St.
ChimacumChimacum Farmers Market9122 Rhody Drive
ClarkstonClarkston Farmers MarketBeachview Park, Chestnut Street
College PlaceCollege Place Farmers MarketLions Park / 801 SE Larch Ave
ColvilleNortheast Washington (N.E.W.) Farmers Market – Colville121 E. Astor
ConcreteConcrete Saturday Market45821 Railroad Ave
Des MoinesDes Moines Farmers Market22307 Dock St Market
DuvallDuvall Farmers Market16201 Main St SE
EastsoundOrcas Island Farmers Market469 Market Street
EllensburgEllensburg Farmers MarketE 4th Ave
EnumclawEnumclaw Plateau Farmers Market1600 First Street
EverettEverett Farmers Market2930 Wetmore Avenue
EverettEverett Farmers Market – Connect Casino Road Market14 E Casino Rd
EversonTwin Sisters Farmers Market – Deming3833 Mt. Baker Highway
Federal WayFederal Way Farmers Market1701 S 320th Street
GoldendaleGoldendale Farmers Market903 E Broadway
GrangerGranger Farmers Market121 Sunnyside Avenue
KennewickKennewick – Historic Downtown Farmers Market204 W Kennewick Ave
KingstonFat Turnip Farm Stand9701 NE Norheim Way
KirklandKirkland Wednesday Market25 Lakeshore Plaza
Lake Forest ParkLake Forest Park Farmers Market17171 Bothell Way NE
Lake StevensLake Stevens Farmers Market1806 Main Street
LakewoodLakewood Farmers Market8714 87th Ave SW
LangleyBayview Farmers Market5603 Baview Road
LangleySouth Whidbey Tilth Farmers Market2812 Thompson Road
LeavenworthLeavenworth Community Farmers Market330 Evans Street
Liberty LakeLiberty Lake Farmers Market1421 N. Meadowood Lane
LongviewCowlitz County Farmers Market1900 7th Ave
LyndenLynden Farmers Market319 Grover Street
Maple FallsTwin Sisters Farmers Market – Kendall7506 Kendall Road
Maple ValleyMaple Valley Farmers Market25719 Maple Valley Black Diamond Road
MonroeMonroe Farmers Market1 Galaxy Way
MortonMorton Farmers Market700 Main Avenue
Mount VernonMount Vernon Farmers MarketRiverwalk Park / 501 Main Street
NewportNewport Farmers Market236 S Union Ave
North BendNorthBend Farmers MarketSi View Park / 400 SE Orchard Drive
OkanoganOkanogan Valley Farmers Market – OkanoganAmerican Legion Park 2nd Ave N.
OlympiaOlympia Farmers Market700 Capitol Way N
OmakOkanogan Valley Farmers Market – OmakAsh St. and Central Ave.
OrovilleOroville Farmers Market1276 Main St
OrtingOrting Valley Farmers Market101 Washington Ave
PascoPasco Farmers MarketCorner of South 4th Avenue and West Columbia Street
Port AngelesPort Angeles Farmers Market125 E. Front Street
Port AngelesWild Edge Farm Stand621 Sisson Road
Port OrchardPort Orchard Farmers Market901 Bay Street
Port TownsendPort Townsend Saturday Farmers Market620 Tyler Street
PoulsboAround the Table Farm20322 Pugh Rd NE
PoulsboPoulsbo Farmers Market18901 8th Ave NE
PullmanPullman Farmers Market150 E Spring St
PuyallupPuyallup Farmers Market118 W Main
RentonRenton Farmers Market233 Burnett Avenue S
SeattleBallard Farmers Market22nd Avenue NW and NW Market Street
SeattleCapitol Hill – Broadway Farmers Market1701 Broadway Ave. E
SeattleCity Hall Farmers Market600 4th Ave
SeattleColumbia City Farmers MarketS Edmunds at 37th Ave S
SeattleDelridge Farmers Market9421 18th Ave SW
SeattleDenny Regrade Farmers Market7th Avenue & Lenora Street
SeattleFirst Hill Farmers Market9th Ave & University St
SeattleLake City Farmers Market12525 28th Ave NE
SeattleMadrona Farmers Market1126 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
SeattleMagnolia Farmers MarketWest McGraw Street and 33rd Ave West
SeattlePhinney Farmers MarketN 67th St & Phinney Ave N
SeattlePike Place MarketPike Place at Pine Street
SeattleQueen Anne Farmers MarketW Crocket St at Queen Anne Ave N
SeattleRainier Beach Urban Farm Stand5133 S. Director St
SeattleSouth Lake Union Farmers Market410 Terry Ave N
SeattleUniversity District Farmers Market5031 Chris Curtis Way
SeattleWallingford Farmers Market4850 Meridian Ave N
SeattleWest Seattle Farmers Market4400 SW Alaska St
Sedro-WoolleySedro-Woolley Farmers MarketFerry St. and Metcalf St.
SequimSequim Farmers Market152 W Cedar St
SheltonShelton Farmers MarketWest Railroad Ave
ShorelineShoreline Farmers Market15415 Westminster Way
SnohomishSnohomish Farmers MarketCedar Ave and Pearl Street
SpokaneEmerson-Garfield Farmers Market2310 N. Monroe St
SpokaneFairwood Farmers Market319 W. Hastings
SpokaneHillyard Farmers Market4001 N Cook Street
SpokaneKendall Yards NIght Market1335 W Summit Pkwy
SpokaneMillwood Farmers MarketMillwood Park / 9300 E Frederick Ave
SpokaneSpokane Farmers Market20 W. 5th Avenue
SpokaneThursday (South Perry) Farmers Market924 S Perry Street
Spokane ValleySpokane Valley Farmers Market2426 N. Discovery Pl
StanwoodStanwood Farmers Market8727 271st St NW
StevensonStevenson Farmers Market140 SW Cascade Avenue
TacomaProctor Farmers Market2702 N. Proctor Street
TacomaTacoma Farmers Market Broadway950 Broadway, between 9th and 11th Streets
TacomaTacoma Farmers Market Eastside1721 E 56th Street
TacomaTacoma Farmers Market Fresh Express Mobile MarketGreater Pierce County Area
TacomaTacoma Farmers Market Point RustonGrand Loop
TeninoTenino Farmers Market213 Sussex Ave West
ToledoToledo Thursday Market115 Ramsey Way
TonasketTonasket Farmers MarketTriangle Park, north end of Tonasket
TukwilaTukwila Namaste Farm Stand14350 Tukwila International Blvd
TumwaterTumwater Farmers Market225 Dennis St SE
TwispMethow Valley Farmers Market201 State Rte 20
VancouverSalmon Creek Farmers Market2211 NE 139th St
VancouverSalmon Creek Farmers Market at Legacy Hospital2211 NE 139th St
VancouverVancouver Farmers Market6th & Esther St.
VashonVashon Island Farmers Market17519 Vashon Highway SW
Walla WallaDowntown Farmers Market Walla Walla106 West Main Street
WenatcheeWenatchee Valley Farmers Market7 North Worthen St.
White SalmonWhite Salmon Farmers Market100 N Main St.
WoodinvilleWoodinville Farmers Market13205 NE 175th St
YakimaDowntown Yakima Farmers Market22 S 3rd Street
data gathered from the Washington Department of Health


If you shop with food benefits in Washington state, the SNAP Market Match program can help you get up to $25 per day in free fresh fruits and vegetables. You can buy fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, garden seeds and vegetable starts with this program. It’s available to all SNAP shoppers in Washington State at participating markets, as listed in this article.

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