H-E-B Check Writing Policy, Store Payment Policy Explained

If you’re in Texas and prefer to write a personal check for your groceries, you can head to your nearest H-E-B. The Texas-based grocery store chain accepts personal checks as payment at all locations. Find out more about H-E-B’s check writing policy below.

H-E-B Check Writing Policy

H-E-B grocery stores accept personal checks as a form of payment. But, H-E-B does not accept starter checks, store associates at various H-E-B locations confirmed. To pay with a personal check, you’ll need to show a valid photo ID.

When you pay by check, you also have the option to get up to $50 in cash back at the register. To get cash back with a personal check, write the check amount for your total purchase plus the amount of cash you’d like to receive. For example, if you want to get $20 in cash back and your order comes to $22.35, you would write the check for $42.35.

Other forms of payment accepted at H-E-B include cash, debit and credit cards, SNAP benefits and EBT card (as we’ve previously reported), and H-E-B gift cards.

In Summary

And that’s the H-E-B check writing policy. H-E-B stores accept personal checks — and you can get up to $50 in cash back when paying by check. To find out about check cashing at H-E-B, see our article on H-E-B’s check cashing policy. And you may want to see the list of stores that take personal checks.

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