Can I use my EBT card at 7-Eleven? Today we will answer that popular question, along with an outline of eligible and non-eligible EBT food items for purchase. 7-Eleven is a chain of convenience stores that operates, franchises and licenses over 56,600 stores in 18 countries. To find out if 7-Eleven accepts EBT cards as a form of payment, keep reading below.
Can I use my EBT card at 7-Eleven?
Yes, you can use your EBT card at any 7-Eleven location in the United States. There are 7-Eleven stores located in all 50 states. To redeem your Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits at 7-Eleven using your EBT card, simply select the items you wish to purchase as normal and checkout at any of their available cash register terminals. You can use your EBT card just like a normal debit card at the cash register terminal. Once you swipe your card, you’ll be prompted to enter your 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN). You must have this information in order to complete the transaction. Be sure to only select eligible food items when redeeming SNAP benefits at 7-Eleven using your EBT card.
Not sure which items are eligible to be purchased using your EBT benefits? Check out our list below.
- Bread, cereal, granola bars
- Pizza – all variety
- Dairy products (milk, yogurt, cheese, etc.)
- Fruits and Vegetables
- Poultry & Meat Products
- Dessert Items (ice cream, brownies, cookies, etc.)
- Candy (Hershey’s, Snickers, Reese’s, etc.)
- Frozen food items (frozen meals)
- Soft Drinks & Coffee (Dr.Pepper, Arizona Tea, Juice, etc.)
- Snack Crackers and Chips (potato chips, crackers, pretzels, etc.)
- Seeds, Nuts and Plants (cashews, nut variety packs, peanut butter, etc.)
Your EBT card cannot be used to purchase supplement products such as protein bars at 7-Eleven. More items that cannot be purchased at 7-Eleven using your EBT card include vitamins, medicine, household products, cleaning supplies, alcohol, tobacco, feminine products and cosmetics. Check out our other posts to see if EBT cards are accepted at Walmart, Costco, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Sam’s Club, Kroger, Target, Subway and more!
We hope this post was helpful to you. If you would like us to find more retailers that accept EBT, please leave your suggestions in the comment section below. We love to hear from you!