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New! Get groceries delivered with SNAP / EBT

Shop from the comfort & privacy of home
SNAP-Eligible Stores Near Me
Opens Sun at 5:00 AM
Safeway
Closed
$0 delivery fee, first order
Closed
$0 delivery fee, first order
SNAP
Opens Sun at 6:00 AM
ALDI
Closed
$0 delivery fee, first order
Closed
$0 delivery fee, first order
SNAP
Step 1: Add your EBT Card

Step 1: Add your EBT Card

Add an EBT card to your payment methods.
Step 2: Find Participating Stores

Step 2: Find Participating Stores

Use the filter or look for the SNAP/EBT icon to find items and participating stores.
Step 3: Start Shopping

Step 3: Start Shopping

Save time by getting eligible items delivered from the privacy of your home.
How do I use my SNAP benefits on DoorDash?
SNAP participants can use SNAP benefits on eligible purchases from participating merchants by going to their Account Settings and adding an EBT card as an alternate payment method on their DoorDash account. When shopping, look for stores and items with a SNAP label and add eligible items to your cart. At checkout, the eligible SNAP amount will be automatically deducted from the subtotal; amount can be changed prior to placing the order. Learn how to Use Your SNAP Benefits in our help center: https://help.doordash.com/consumers/s/article/Use-Your-SNAP-Benefits-on-DoorDash?language=en_US
Which DoorDash merchants can I purchase from using SNAP benefits?
SNAP/EBT benefits can only be used on DoorDash purchases at Safeway, Albertsons, ALDI, Meijer, Pavilions, Vons, Hy-Vee, Acme, Kings Sprouts, Shaws, Star Markets, Jewel Osco, Tom Thumb, Randalls, Smart & Final, Nob Hill, Bel Air Mart, Walgreens and select 7-Eleven locations. We are working hard to bring you the best selection of grocery and convenience stores. Join our mailing list to get updates: https://forms.gle/yQ1rexJ2DizCJH7e8
What items can be purchased on DoorDash with a SNAP/EBT card?
Item eligibility is determined by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and follows the same guidelines as found in-store. A list of these eligible food items can be found on the USDA website. An alternative payment method such as a debit or credit card is required to cover non-SNAP items as well as any fees, taxes and/or Dasher tip.
What is a SNAP/EBT card?
Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) is an electronic system that allows a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participant to pay for certain eligible foods using SNAP benefits. Similar to a credit or debit card, SNAP/EBT cards can be added as a saved payment method on DoorDash and used when shopping for eligible food items.