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South Dakota Snap EBT Info Page

Welcome to SNAP EBT information page for the state of South Dakota.

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) assists low-income South Dakota residents in purchasing the food they need to be healthy while working to regain financial independence.

Gross and net income—or net income for households with at least one elderly or disabled member—determines eligibility for SNAP assistance.

Most job-eligible applicants between the ages of 18 and 50 who are not disabled or raising children must register for, look for, and accept work. In some countries, applicants must complete an Employment and Training Program (E & T).

Picture of South Dakota Snap EBT Card

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South Dakota Snap EBT card

This state EBT program is also known by these names:
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
South Dakota EBT Card

Contact Information

South Dakota Snap Website

The website is http://dss.sd.gov/economicassistance/snap/

South Dakota Snap Phone Number

The phone number is +877-999-5612

South Dakota Local Office Location

Click Here to view office locations.

EBT Website

The website is https://www.ebtedge.com/

South Dakota EBT Phone Number

The phone number is +800-604-5099

Frequently Asked Questions

Do other states accept South Dakota EBT?

Yes. The South Dakota EBT card can be used anywhere that accepts EBT in the United States, including the District of Columbia, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. SNAP benefits are interoperable through the usage of your EBT card.

How can I get a South Dakota food stamp application?

You can apply for SNAP online or in person at any nearby DSS location. Once your application is received, an interview will be arranged to determine your eligibility.  If you meet the requirements, you can access your SNAP benefits within 30 days of the office receiving your application.

In South Dakota, how much do I receive from SNAP?

Depending on household size, income, and permissible deductions, SNAP payments may differ from family to family. For instance, a family of three with no income may be eligible for up to $740 in monthly benefits or $440 if the family makes $1,000 in net monthly income.

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