If you are currently receiving SNAP benefits in Alabama and would like to know which stores accept food stamps online, we can help. In this post, we will provide a list of Alabama Grocery Stores that Accept EBT Online for delivery and pickup. This includes Sprouts Farmers Market, Wright’s Markets, Walmart, Marino’s Market, and more.
If you are getting ready to use your EBT card to make a purchase online, it is important to know your card balance.
We have provided three ways to check your Alabama EBT Card balance below.
Lastly, if you are having issues with your Alabama EBT Card or need help reaching the Alabama EBT Customer service, we have provided the phone number below.
Alabama Grocery Stores that Accept EBT Online
Yes. As of January 2022, you can use your Alabama EBT card to purchase eligible food items online for pick-up and/or Delivery at the following 14 grocery stores:
Greer’s Cash Saver
Hometown Market of Limestone County
Piggly Wiggly (Deatsville)
Sam’s Club Scan and Go
Sprouts Farmers Market
Wright’s Markets, Inc.
Here’s an image of the list for your reference.
How do I check my Alabama EBT Card Balance?
There are three ways to check the balance on your Alabama EBT Card:
Locate Your Last Purchase Receipt
One of the easiest ways to check your Alabama EBT Card balance is to find the most recent purchase receipt.
At the bottom of the receipt, you will find the current balance on your card.
Check Your Alabama EBT Card Balance Via Phone
The second option to check your card balance is to call the Alabama EBT Card Customer Service phone number at 1-800-997-8888.
The hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Check Your Alabama EBT Card Balance Online
Lastly, you can check your Alabama EBT Card balance online.
To do so, visit www.connectebt.com/alebtclient/.
Alabama EBT Customer Service Phone Number
Here’s how to reach the Alabama EBT Customer Service center.
Lone Star Help Desk at 1-800-997-8888.
The Alabama EBT Card customer service center can help with the following:
- Your card is lost or stolen.
- You want to change your PIN because you forgot it or if someone else knows your PIN. Your public assistance office may also be able to help you change your PIN.
- You want to find out how much you have left in your account.
- Your card does not work.
- You have been charged for a purchase but you didn’t get the food or you were charged too much for what you bought.
- You have other questions or problems.
Alabama Grocery Stores that Accept EBT Online Summary
We hope this post on Alabama Grocery Stores that Accept EBT Online was helpful to you!
If you have more questions about your Alabama EBT or SNAP Benefits, please let us know in the comments section below.
If the meantime, check out our other articles on Alabama Food Stamps:
- Eligibility Guide for SNAP in Alabama
- EBT Deposit Dates for Alabama
- Alabama EBT Guide
- MyDHR Alabama Account Login