Lucky’s Market takes EBT at all store locations. You can use your EBT card to buy SNAP-approved items like bread, fruit, vegetables, and meat.
Does Lucky’s Market Accept EBT?
Lucky’s Market accepts EBT for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)-eligible food purchases.
Note that Lucky’s Market does not offer online orders or home delivery, so you must shop in-store to use your EBT card.
We confirmed this information with customer service representatives for Lucky’s Market and by checking the USDA’s SNAP retailer locator.
If you receive SNAP benefits on an EBT card, you can use the card just like a debit card to pay for approved foods at Lucky’s Market and other grocery stores.
EBT/SNAP-approved items include:
- Bread and cereal
- Fruits and vegetables
- Meat, fish, and poultry
- Dairy products
- Seeds and plants that grow food
You do not need to buy these items from particular brands; you can purchase store or name brands. See our related research for the list of what you can and can’t buy with EBT.
If you need to purchase items that aren’t EBT-eligible, you can pay with your EBT card first, then pay for any non-approved items with a different payment method (cash, credit card, or debit card).
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