Vermont EBT Card Balance
Are you trying to check the balance on your Vermont EBT Card or Express Card? In today’s post, we will outline the ways you can find out your Vermont EBT card balance. The Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF) is responsible for administering the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as the Food Stamp Program. SNAP enables low-income families the ability to purchase nutritious food by providing monthly food assistance benefits. Benefits are distributed to Vermont SNAP recipients via a plastic Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card.
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This post will cover:
- Vermont EBT Payment Schedule
- How to Check Vermont EBT Card Balance
Vermont EBT Payment Schedule
Benefits are made available on the first of every month.
Once your benefits are deposited into your account, you can begin using them with your Vermont EBT card to purchase eligible food items. For a full list of approved food items, see the Food Stamps Eligible Food List here.
For more information on how to check your Vermont EBT Card Balance, please continue reading below.
How to Check Vermont EBT Card Balance
Here’s how to check the balance on your Vermont Express Card.
Option 1 – Check your Last Receipt
The first option for checking your Vermont Express Card balance is to check your last receipt. This is the easiest and quickest way to locate the current balance on your Vermont EBT Card.
Your balance will be listed at the bottom of your most recent grocery store or an ATM receipt. You should get in the habit of keeping your most current EBT receipt, that way, you always have a quick way to check your balance before you shop.
Option 2 – Login to your Edge Account
The second option for checking your EBT Card balance is online through the Edge EBT website.
To log in, visit the Edge EBT website here, then enter your User ID and Password. Once logged in, you’ll be able to view your current balance and transaction history. If you do not have an Edge EBT account, you can create a User Account here.
Option 3 – Check by Phone
The last option for checking your Vermont EBT Card balance is by phone. Call the EBT Customer Service number (1-800-914-8605) on the back of your card. The Customer Service Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
After you call, enter your sixteen (16) digit EBT card number and you will hear your current food assistance or cash account balance(s).
Report a lost, stolen or damaged Vermont EBT Card
If your card is lost, stolen or damaged call EBT Customer Service at 1-800-914-8605 right away.
Vermont Express Card Help
For information on how to renew your card, get the list of stores that accept EBT, and tips on how to keep your card safe and secure, visit the Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF) website here.
Vermont EBT Card Balance Summary
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