Every month, your Arizona EBT Card is refilled through the Electronic Benefits Transfer system with the amount you were approved for when you applied for Arizona food stamps. Knowing the Arizona Food Stamp Payment Dates will really help you to plan your groceries purchase until the next time your card is refilled.
It’s only with your Arizona EBT Card that you can purchase groceries from stores that accept EBT cards in your location and as well throughout the US.
In this article, we shall provide you with detailed information about Arizona Food Stamp Payment Dates or the EBT Arizona Payment Schedule. So you will see how it’s been determined when you will receive your refill each month.
Before we proceed, you may read our previous post to locate grocery stores and farmers markets, fast food restaurants near you that participate in the SNAP benefits program and accept food stamps. Also, see the National and Local Food Banks near your Locations.
The EBT Arizona Payment Schedule below will show you the day you will receive your next SNAP payment. But before then you can check out our previous post on how to check Arizona EBT Card balance to know your food stamp balance.
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Arizona Food Stamp Payment Dates
Benefits are made available over the first 13 calendar days of the month, based on the first letter of the client’s last name.
|First Letter Of Last Name||Benefits Available|
|A or B||1st of the month|
|C or D||2nd of the month|
|E or F||3rd of the month|
|G or H||4th of the month|
|I or J||5th of the month|
|K or L||6th of the month|
|M or N||7th of the month|
|O or P||8th of the month|
|Q or R||9th of the month|
|S or T||10th of the month|
|U or V||11th of the month|
|W or X||12th of the month|
|Y or Z||13th of the month|
I Have Not Receive My Food Stamps Benefits This Month
If you are sure that you did not received your Arizona food stamps for this month based on the monthly EBT Arizona Payment Schedule stated above, then you should contact the help desk. You can contact the Arizona Family Assistance Administration, who are incharge of the SNAP program. Or you can as well call the number on the back of your Arizona EBT Card.