February has begun and millions of Americans are waiting for their next round of monthly food stamps to load onto their EBT card.
Every state has different rules and regulations surrounding food stamp disbursement.
While every state has a card system, not all use the typical EBT card.
Some states have customized cards for individuals and some use prepaid debit cards.
Every state has a different schedule for when they send the SNAP benefits.
How can I see what’s going on with my February food stamp payment?
Everyone collecting food stamps needs to pay attention to their own states rules since they differ state to state.
SNAP benefits went up permanently in Oct. of 2021 thanks to the Biden administration.
Amounts vary state to state as well.
Families of 4 see as much as $835 in SNAP benefits in most states, while in Hawaii the same family size will see over $1,000.
Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands see over $1,000 in some cases as well.