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EBT Texas Payment Schedule – Texas Food Stamp Payment Details

Each month, your Texas EBT card will be refilled through the electronic power transfer system with the amount that you were approved for when applying for Texas food stamps. The knowloedge EBT Texas payment plan really helps you plan your grocery shopping until the next top-up on your card.

It’s only with yours Texas Lone Star Card You can purchase groceries from stores that accept EBT cards in your location and in the United States.

Get detailed information on EBT Texas’ payment schedule or Texas Food Stamp payment dates here. This is how you can see how it has been determined when you will receive your refills or benefits on your EBT card each month.

However, you can read our previous post to find grocery stores, corner stores, and farmers markets near you that are part of the SNAP benefits program and also accept grocery stamps.

The Payment dates for grocery stamps in Texas The following shows when you will receive your next SNAP payment each month. Before we go any further, you can check out our previous post on how to check the Texas EBT Card balance.

EBT Texas Payment Plan | Texas Food Stamp Payment Dates

The benefits will be made available to EBT cardholders in Texas over a period of 15 days from day 1 and based on the last digit in the EDG (Eligibility Determination Group) number.

Last digit in the EDG number Benefits available
0 Available on the 1st of the month
1 Available on the 3rd of the month
2 Available on the 5th of the month
3 Available on the 6th of the month
4th Available on the 7th of the month
5 Available on the 9th of the month
6th Available on the 11th of the month
7th Available on the 12th of the month
8th Available on the 13th of the month
9 Available on the 15th of the month

I have Not Receive the benefits of my grocery stamps this month

Once you determine that you have not received your Texas food stamps for that month based on the monthly payment plan listed above, you should reach out to the help desk. You can contact them Texas Health and Human Services Commissionwho manages the SNAP program. You can also call the number on the back of your Texas Lone Star Card.