Typically, Lucky’s Market store locations do accept EBT, but payment policies may vary by store. Lucky’s Market is based in Boulder, Colo., and its store locations are primarily in Colorado and Florida.
Does Lucky’s Market Accept EBT?
Most Lucky’s Market grocery stores accept EBT, customer service told us. However, payment policies may vary by location, so it would be a good idea to contact your nearest Lucky’s Market before planning to shop with your EBT card.
If you receive federal benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), your benefits are likely made available by Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT). EBT cards work like debit cards to make eligible food purchases at participating stores. SNAP-approved purchases include:
- Breads and cereals
- Fruits and vegetables
- Meat, fish, and poultry
- Dairy products
- Seeds and plants that grow food
Lucky’s Market is a natural and organic foods grocery store chain with locations primarily in Colorado and Florida. The stores have unique “apothecary” sections for healthy living products, as well as bakeries, delis, produce departments, and more.
Lucky’s Market generally accepts EBT. For more on grocery stores and EBT, see our article: Grocery Stores That Accept EBT/Food Stamps/SNAP: Local + Online.