Kansas EBT Card Balance Check
Checking your Kansas EBT card balance is very easy. In this post, we will show you three different ways by which you can check the balance on your EBT card, including getting your transaction history and reviewing your purchases to make sure that there is nothing strange happening and that all the transactions you have on your account are indeed authorized by you. See below for the 3 ways by which you can check the balance on your EBT Card.
We have also included below 5 of our most popular EBT Questions we have received from our readers that we think you will find helpful. If you have your own EBT Questions you would like us to answer, please tell us below in the comments sections.
How to Check Kansas EBT Card Balance
Option 1 – Visit the Kansas EBT Website:
This is perhaps the easiest option to check your balance is to visit the Balance Check Website. You will need your card number to be able to log-in. Once logged in, you can review your account information, transaction history and check how much money you have left on your card. See below for what it looks like. Click on this link to be taken to the balance check website.
Option 2 – Call the Kansas EBT Phone Number:
Another way to verify how much you have on your card is to call the customer service phone number that is located at the back of your card. If you can’t find the number on your card, here it is – 1-800-997-6666. Make sure you have your card available. You will need your card number to check the balance. The automated phone line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Option 3 – Check Your Last Receipt:
The easiest way to check the balance on your Kansas EBT Card is by locating your last transaction receipt. The remaining available EBT balance on your Kansas EBT Card can be located at the bottom left of your receipt. It is important to keep your transaction receipts for this reason.
We hope you were able to check your Kansas EBT Card balance using one of the methods we have provided above. If you had any issue checking your balance, let us know below. We also welcome any general EBT questions you may have.
Are you going to lose your EBT Benefits?
With the US economy doing so well and unemployment very low, the Trump administration has submitted a budget to Congress that seeks to cut millions of people from the food stamps/EBT program to save the government money. The administration is arguing that there are people on the program that should not be on. As a result, they want to cut some people off completely, require others to submit to job programs in order to continue to get benefits. They also want to make it harder for new applicants to get benefits. Watch the video above to learn more or click here for more details.