SNAP Benefits Payment Schedule: November 2023 Payment Dates in Your State

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The Supplemental Nutrition support Program (SNAP), sometimes known as food stamps in the United States, offers financial support to low-income households. These payments are made on an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, with the amount fluctuating according to family size and income. Individual payments start at $195 and rise as more family members are added.

SNAP is a federal program, but it is handled by separate state governments, which results in varied application processes and payment dates. SNAP EBT cards may be used at a variety of locations, including grocery shops, mobile markets, food co-ops, pharmacies, convenience stores, and even online platforms like Amazon.

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When will your money arrive in your state in November 2023?

The following is the SNAP payment schedule for the coming month in several states:

  • Alabama: November 4 to 23
  • Alaska: November 1
  • Arizona: November 1 to 13
  • Arkansas: November 4 to 13
  • California: November 1 to 10
  • Colorado: November 1 to 10
  • Connecticut: November 1-3
  • Delaware: November 2 to 23
  • District of Columbia: November 1-10
  • Florida: November 1 to 28
  • Georgia: November 5 to 23
  • Hawaii: November 3-5
  • Idaho: November 1 to 10
  • Illinois: November 1 to 10
  • Indiana: November 5 to 23
  • Iowa: November 1 to 10
  • Kansas: November 1 to 10
  • Kentucky: November 1 to 19
  • Louisiana: November 1 to 23
  • Maine: November 10-14
  • Maryland: November 4 to 23
  • Massachusetts: November 1 to 14
  • Michigan: November 3 to 21
  • Minnesota: November 4 to 13
  • Mississippi: November 4 to 21
  • Missouri: November 1 to 22
  • Montana: November 2 to 6
  • Nebraska: November 1 to 5
  • Nevada: November 1 to 10
  • New Jersey: November 1-5
  • New York: November 1 to 9
  • New Hampshire: November 5
  • New Mexico: November 1 to 20
  • North Carolina: November 3-21
  • North Dakota: November 1
  • Ohio: November 2-20
  • Oklahoma: November 1-10
  • Oregon: November 1-9
  • Pennsylvania: November 3-14
  • Rhode Island: November 1
  • South Carolina: November 1-10
  • South Dakota: November 10
  • Tennessee: November 1 to 20
  • Texas: November 1 to 28
  • Utah: November 5, 11 and 15
  • Vermont: November 1
  • Virginia: November 1 to 7
  • West Virginia: November 1-9
  • Washington: November 1 to 20
  • Wisconsin: November 1 to 15
  • Wyoming: November 1 to 4

 

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