To check Mississippi EBT Card balance, you can choose between one of three ways to do so. We have listed all three options for checking your card balance below. While you check the balance on your card, you should also review your transaction history to make sure there are no unauthorized purchases or suspicious transactions. Reviewing your card purchases is a good practice because there is an increase in EBT fraud and you want to make sure that all the purchases on your account were made by you.
The articles below are our 5 most popular questions we received from our readers and have provided detailed answers to them. We hope you find them useful. If you have EBT questions of your own, you can tell us in the comments section below and we will be happy to answer them.
Can I use my EBT card at Trader Joe’s?
Can I use my EBT card at Sam’s Club?
Can I buy deli food with EBT Card?
Can I use my EBT card at 7-Eleven?
Can I use my EBT card at Subway?
How to Check Mississippi EBT Card Balance
Option 1 – Visit the Mississippi 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. Click here to visit the site. See below for what it looks like:
Option 2 – Call the Mississippi 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 – 1-866-512-5087. 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 Mississippi EBT Card is by locating your last transaction receipt. The remaining available EBT balance on your Mississippi 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 successfully verify your Mississippi EBT Card balance and did not encounter any issues in the process. If you had trouble verifying your card balance, we would like to know in the comments section below.
Walmart to Accept EBT Cards Online
Walmart has joined Amazon.com in allowing EBT Card holders to buy eligible food items online using their EBT Card and have them delivered to their home. This is a big deal because until now, food stamps holders could not buy food online, even though there are places online where you can shop for groceries and food items and get them delivered. The United States Department of Agriculture, which administers the program has started a pilot program to allow food stamps holders to buy eligible food online and Amazon.com and Walmart are participating in that program, which the USDA hopes to expand nationwide soon. For more on this program by Walmart, click here. The video below explains more about the Walmart program and what you need to know if you want to use your EBT Card online to buy food.