Payment dates for the Wisconsin Quest Card

In our previous post, we talked about applying for food stamps in Wisconsin to help Wisconsin residents apply for food stamps. Now we’re going to focus Payment dates for the Wisconsin Quest Card. Did you know that each month your Wisconsin EBT card is replenished through the electronic benefits transfer system with the amount that you were approved for at your time? apply for Wisconsin food stamps?

In this article we will give you information about your EBT Wisconsin Payment Plan and how it determines when you will receive your refill each month. Knowing EBT Wisconsin’s payment details will help you plan your grocery shopping until the next time you top up your card.

The Wisconsin Foodshare or Food Stamp program is run by the Wisconsin Department of Health (Wisconsin DHS). You may purchase groceries with your Wisconsin Quest Card to take home to prepare. See our previous article for a full list of the Snap-Enabled Groceries and Items You Can Buy with the Wisconsin Quest Card.

The EBT Wisconsin Payment Schedule below shows you the day you will receive your next SNAP payment. Before that, though, you can check out our previous post on how to check the Wisconsin EBT Card balance to find your grocery stamp balance.

Payment dates for the Wisconsin Quest Card

Benefits are provided for the first 15 days of each month based on the eighth digit of the customer’s social security number.

8th digit of SSN Benefits available
0 Available on the 2nd 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 8th 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 14th of the month
9 Available on the 15th of the month

I have Not Receive my EBT Wisconsin payment this month

If you haven’t received your Wisconsin grocery stamps for that month, based on the month EBT Wisconsin Payment Plan above, you should contact the help desk. You can contact the Wisconsin Department of Health, which runs the SNAP program. You can also call the number on the back of your Wisconsin EBT card.