Are you wondering if you can buy seeds and plants with your SNAP EBT card at Walmart?
Well, you are not alone!
We know there are quite a few people asking, so we did the research and have all the information you need!
You can buy seeds with EBT at Walmart. In fact, you can also buy plants with SNAP benefits. However, it’s important to note that the seeds and plants must be food-producing in order to be eligible for purchase with your food stamps.
- You can buy food-producing seeds and plants at Walmart with an EBT card.
- There is no difference between using EBT online and in-store at Walmart.
- Vegetable plants are eligible for purchase with food stamps.
Now, let’s dig a little deeper and find out if you can buy seeds with EBT at Walmart online.
And where else you can use your EBT card to buy seeds!
There is no difference between using the EBT card online at Walmart.com as there is using it in an actual store.
So, that means that you can absolutely buy seeds with EBT cards at Walmart online!
You can either opt for pickup or delivery for your Walmart order.
NOTE: Walmart.com does not currently accept EBT cards in Alaska. But if you live in any other of the 49 states, you’re good to go!
Now, Walmart is not the only retailer where you can buy seeds with EBT cards.
In fact, you can get them at any store that accepts EBT and, of course, that sells seeds.
Here are a few of the most popular places to buy seeds with an EBT card:
- Dollar General
There are also several online seed companies that accept EBT.
While the most popular is certainly Amazon and Walmart, even some smaller companies, such as Seed Savers Exchange, now accept EBT for seeds!
According to the SNAP benefits regulations and rules, food stamps on the EBT card can be used to purchase any food-producing seed or plant.
Therefore, you can certainly buy vegetable plants with food stamps at Walmart.
Luckily, that means you can also buy fruit-bearing shrubs, trees, and anything else that will create food for you and your family.
You can buy seeds with EBT at Walmart as long as they are food-producing seeds.
SNAP benefits clearly state that food stamps, or EBT cards, can be used to purchase any and all food-producing seeds and plants.
So, you can buy seeds with an EBT card anywhere that sells seeds and accepts EBT cards! This includes Walmart, Walmart.com, Amazon, and most major grocery stores.