Yes, Target accepts EBT cards. You can use your EBT card to purchase eligible food items at any Target store in the United States.
How to Use EBT at Target
To use your EBT card at Target, you will need to:
- Present your EBT card and a valid photo ID at the checkout counter.
- Enter your PIN number when prompted.
- Select the EBT payment option.
You can use your EBT card to purchase eligible food items at Target. Eligible food items include:
- Fruits and vegetables
- Meats and poultry
- Dairy products
- Grains and breads
- Snacks and beverages
You cannot use your EBT card to purchase non-food items at Target, such as:
- Household goods
For more information on how to use your EBT card at Target, please visit the Target website or contact customer service.
What Items Can You Buy with EBT at Target
You can use your EBT card to purchase eligible food items at Target. This includes fresh produce, meat, dairy products, bread, and other grocery staples. You can also use your EBT card to purchase non-food items such as diapers, formula, and pet food. However, you cannot use your EBT card to purchase hot food, alcohol, or tobacco products.
EBT Limits at Target
There are no limits on the amount of money you can load onto your EBT card. However, there are limits on the amount of food and non-food items you can purchase with your EBT card at Target.
For food items, you can purchase up to $250 per day and $1,000 per month. For non-food items, you can purchase up to $10 per day and $50 per month.
If you exceed these limits, your EBT card will be declined.
EBT Discounts at Target
Target offers a variety of discounts to EBT cardholders, including:
- A 5% discount on all purchases
- A free gift with a purchase of $50 or more
- Special coupons and discounts on select items
To take advantage of these discounts, EBT cardholders must present their card at the checkout counter.
For more information on EBT discounts at Target, please visit the Target website or call customer service.How to Activate Your EBT Card at Target
To activate your EBT card at Target, you will need to:
- Present your EBT card and a valid photo ID to a Target cashier.
- Enter your EBT card PIN.
- Sign the back of your EBT card.
Once your EBT card is activated, you can use it to purchase eligible food items at Target.
How to Reload Your EBT Card at Target
To reload your EBT card at Target, you can do the following:
- Visit the Target Customer Service desk.
- Provide the cashier with your EBT card number and the amount you would like to reload.
- The cashier will process the reload and you will receive a receipt.
You can also reload your EBT card online or by phone. For more information, please visit the EBT Card Reloading page on the California EBT website.
How to Report a Lost or Stolen EBT Card
If you lose or have your EBT card stolen, you should report it to the EBT card issuer immediately. The issuer will cancel your old card and issue you a new one. You can report your lost or stolen card online, by phone, or in person at a local EBT office.
To report your lost or stolen card online, visit the EBT card issuer's website and click on the ""Report a Lost or Stolen Card"" link. You will need to provide your name, Social Security number, and the card number. You will also need to provide a description of the lost or stolen card, including the card's expiration date and the last four digits of the card number.
To report your lost or stolen card by phone, call the EBT card issuer's customer service number. You will need to provide the same information that you would need to provide online.
To report your lost or stolen card in person, visit a local EBT office. You will need to bring your original EBT card with you. The EBT office will cancel your old card and issue you a new one.
Once you have reported your lost or stolen card, you will need to wait for a new card to be issued. The new card will be mailed to you within 7-10 business days.
In the meantime, you can use your state's EBT card replacement process to get emergency food assistance. You can find more information about your state's EBT card replacement process on the USDA website.
How to Dispute an EBT Transaction
If you believe that an EBT transaction was incorrect, you can dispute it by following these steps:
- Contact the store where the transaction took place and ask for a copy of the receipt.
- Call the EBT Customer Service number at 1-800-222-4227.
- Provide the customer service representative with the following information:
- Your name
- Your EBT card number
- The date and amount of the transaction you are disputing
- The reason you are disputing the transaction
- The customer service representative will review your dispute and will either approve or deny it. If your dispute is approved, the funds will be restored to your EBT account.
Contact Information for Target EBT Customer Service
If you have any questions about using your EBT card at Target, you can contact Target EBT Customer Service at the following number: 1-800-318-9812. Customer service representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you with your EBT card.
You can also contact Target EBT Customer Service online at the following website: https://www.target.com/c/ebt-help-center/-/N-4789. Customer service representatives are available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you with your EBT card.