SNAP Double Up at Whole Foods in Boulder
For every dollar of SNAP benefits (up to $20) you use to buy fresh fruits and vegetables at the Boulder Whole Foods Markets on Pearl Street or Ideal Market on Alpine Avenue, you can earn Double Up food Bucks.
Double Up Bucks expire every three months. Expired bucks CANNOT be redeemed or exchanged. ( Double Up Bucks from the Farmers Markets CANNOT be used at Whole Foods.) You must purchase fresh fruits and vegetables with your EBT. You can earn a maximum of $20 of Double Up Bucks per day. (There is no limit on how many Double Up Bucks you can redeem.)
- We will round down to the nearest $5 Double Up Buck
- You spend $5-$9.99, You earn $5
- You spend $10-$14.99, You earn $10
- You spend $15-$19.99, You earn $15
- You spend over $20, You earn $20
Contact email@example.com with questions.
Steps for Using Double Up Food Bucks at Whole Foods
- Tell the cashier you want to “Double Up.”
- Put your fresh fruits and vegetables first. The cashier will total them separately and tell you how much you’ve earned in Bucks.
- Save the Bucks for your next transaction.
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SNAP Double Up Food Bucks at the Farmers Markets in Boulder County
Clients receiving SNAP benefits can use their EBT card for eligible foods at the Farmers Markets in
For every dollar withdrawn from a SNAP account, SNAP recipients will receive one Double Up Food Buck (up to $20) which can be used to buy SNAP-eligible fresh fruits and vegetables. Look for the information tent to get started.
For details about where to spend your SNAP/Farmers Market bucks, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buying your fruits and vegetables at the Farmers Market can help you and your family stay healthy. Many local farmers go to great lengths to grow the most nutritious produce possible.