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Does Aldi Take EBT?

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Updated on August 12, 2022 by
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Aldi has earned a reputation as a place that customers can go to for quick grocery shopping. With an excellent product range and a focus on healthy food, they have many customers who are happy to shop at Aldi. Aldi offers incredible value for money with its fantastic prices, and low-income people are curious about whether they can shop at Aldi with their EBT cards.

Yes, you can use your EBT card at all Aldi stores to pay for grocery items. A great advantage of using EBT cards at Aldi is that you can now use them to shop online. The store is partnered with Instacart and you can get your groceries delivered to your home in 29 states and Washington D.C.

Please note that the Instacart services and delivery charges will be charged separately and are not covered by the EBT benefits.

If you are shopping at an Aldi store, using your EBT card is as easy as using any other debit or credit card.

All that you need to do is just enter your PIN at checkout and pay. Once the cashier finds out that you are using your SNAP benefits, they will write down the amount that you are eligible to spend. If all your items are eligible for EBT, the total will be zero as the amount that you spend will be charged to your EBT card.

If you cannot pay for everything you need to buy using SNAP benefits, you will have to pay the remainder with an alternative payment method.

Aldi has recently partnered with Instacart to make grocery shopping even simpler. You can also get your groceries delivered to your home the same day using an EBT card.

Does Aldi Take EBT?

How to Pay with EBT in Aldi?

If you are eligible for SNAP benefits, it is easy to shop at Aldi while using your EBT card. To pay with your EBT card while you shop online, follow these steps.

You will need to make sure that you have an Instacart account. If not, create one. You can use your EBT card at the grocery store by clicking on Account Settings and adding a payment method to your account. Users will also need to add another payment method to pay for items that are not eligible for SNAP benefits, such as fees, taxes and tips.

Entering your zip code will show you if any Aldi stores in your area are participating in the EBT online payment process. You can then use your EBT card to pay for eligible grocery items in the selected store. When you are done shopping, allocate the EBT benefits that are required for the order.

Delivery and pick-up services are available from 9 am to 8 pm. Order items online and get them delivered immediately or order them to be picked up in a few hours. You can even schedule a pickup time for future delivery or pick up.

Aldi is one of the fastest growing retailers in the United States, thanks to its affordable prices, easy payment options, and the fact that it accepts EBT payments. Aldi is a well-known supermarket that accepts SNAP benefits. Now, they offer SNAP families the convenience of purchasing EBT eligible items online and having them delivered to their homes or curbside pickup.

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