In our previous post, we talked about the Wisconsin Food stamp application, to help Wisconsin residents apply for Food Stamps. Now, we shall focus on Wisconsin Quest Card Payment Dates. Do you know that your Wisconsin EBT Card is refilled through the Electronic Benefits Transfer system every month with the amount you were approved for when you apply for Wisconsin food stamps?
So, in this article, we shall provide you with information about your EBT Wisconsin Payment Schedule and how it is determined when you will receive your refill each month. Knowing the EBT Wisconsin Payment Dates will help you plan your groceries purchase until the next time your card is refilled.
The Wisconsin Foodshare or Food Stamp program is run by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (Wisconsin DHS). You are allowed to buy food with your Wisconsin Quest Card which you will take home to prepare. Check out our previous article for complete list of Snap eligible foods and items to buy with Wisconsin Quest Card.
The EBT Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin EBT Card balance to know your food stamp balance.
Wisconsin Quest Card Payment Dates
Benefits are made available over the first 15 days of every month, based on the eighth digit of the client’s Social Security Number.
|8th Digit Of SSN||Benefits Available|
|0||Available on the 2nd of the month|
|1||Available on the 3rd of the month|
|2||Available on the 5th of the month|
|3||Available on the 6th of the month|
|4||Available on the 8th of the month|
|5||Available on the 9th of the month|
|6||Available on the 11th of the month|
|7||Available on the 12th of the month|
|8||Available on the 14th of the month|
|9||Available on the 15th of the month|
I Have Not Receive My EBT Wisconsin Payment This Month
If you have not received your Wisconsin food stamps for this month based on the monthly EBT Wisconsin Payment Schedule stated above, then you should contact the help desk. You can contact the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, who head up the SNAP program. Or you can as well call the number on the back of your Wisconsin EBT Card.