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You Can Buy Groceries Online with EBT!

You Can Buy Groceries Online with EBT!

During the coronavirus pandemic, many states and retailers are allowing food stamps shoppers to buy groceries online with EBT! If you have a food stamps card, you need to know about this.


Amazon has expanded the areas where customers can shop online with EBT!

Amazon currently accepts food stamps payments in Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Nebraska, New York, Oregon and Washington. It appears that California may be added to the list later this month.


You can shop online with EBT at You will be able to pick up your order curbside at over 2,000 Kroger Company stores nationwide! During the pandemic, Kroger is also waiving the minimum purchase requirement and the $4.95 fee for this service.

It appears, based on further research, that you will have to pay on-site for the groceries you ordered online. The associate who loads the products into your car will have a handheld point-of-sale device that you can use to make your payment.


Walmart invites food stamps shoppers to order grocery orders online for pick-up at a local store. Just shop online at or on the mobile app. Select “EBT Card” as payment method. When you arrive to pick up the order, you can swipe the EBT card.

In some states, you can use your EBT card online to pay for the purchases so that you do not have to pay at pickup. These states include Alabama, Arizona, California, Iowa, Nebraska, New York, Oregon and Washington.

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Sunday 13th of February 2022

Hi there! Is there any help for seniors that have adopted their grandkids? Social Security and Adoption support just isn't cutting it for us! Thank you for any help with this.


Tuesday 15th of February 2022

Low Income Relief is an information service and does not provide cash or items directly. You will need to search our website for information about organizations that can help you meet those needs. Chat with Lira, she might be able to help!


Wednesday 31st of March 2021

In a need for dentist assistance. Please help. Adults as well. They have in place children but in need for dental work but due to income can't get it done.

Hannah Benge

Tuesday 20th of April 2021

This is what we have for dental Thanks! -Hannah


Wednesday 9th of September 2020

I apologise for this comment being off topic. My son is disabled and on IEP, and recently placed into McKinnie-Vento, which was against my wishes but the school demanded it. The school counselor ended up informing another student of our situation concerning lack of housing, and it didn't take long before that info spread around the school. This led to bullying and a decrease in number of friends. My son blamed me and began running away, refusing to attend school, experimenting with drugs and alcohol, and even attempted suicide on the day of my mother's funeral. I've spoken to about six different school employees, including the school resource officer, McKinnie-Vento liaison, and principal, but received no assistance, just open ended promises and no follow up. This began when he was 12, and has continued through the time of writing this. He's about to turn 15 in a month, rarely stays home, with four pending felony charges, which he aquired during living at a friend's. Mental health not being addressed is a huge factor in his behavior (ADHD, ODD, etc.) , but he refuses any type of treatment. I'm sorry for the length, just trying to give important relevant details. More than anything, I am desperately pleading for help. I'm not even sure what kind of help in asking for, but If you have any resources for education, or personal injury advocates, in Snohomish County in Washington state, I'd be extremely grateful, or maybe you can inform me of which direction that i need to take. Thank you in advance.

Hannah Benge

Saturday 19th of September 2020

You can check out some possible legal help here As for right now we don't have anything on advocates in your area but I will add it to our research list! This is a tough position to be in and we are very sorry that you are in it -Hannah

robert taylor

Saturday 2nd of May 2020

my wife is disabled her doctor is requesting her to get a service dog to help with her sezeriors and depression to coop better in life if you could pleAse help me get contyected in the right place where it would be free

Hannah Benge

Wednesday 6th of May 2020

We will add this to our research list! Thanks!