99 Ranch Market strives to provide the freshest products and most authentic flavors of Asian cuisine. Currently, it is the largest Asian supermarket chain in the U.S. with 55 stores in 10 states. Maybe you’re lucky enough to have one in your neighborhood but not sure if they accept electronic benefits transfer (EBT) cards. I contacted 99 Ranch Market’s customer service to find out their policy on EBT cards.
Does 99 Ranch Accept Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards?
Yes, 99 Ranch does accept EBT cards. This means if you are receiving benefits from programs like SNAP, D-SNAP, WIC or P-EBT, you can use your EBT card at any 99 Ranch Market location.
Can An EBT Card Be Used For 99 Ranch Online Purchases?
No, 99 Ranch does not accept EBT cards for online orders. Although they have simplified the shopping experience with the 99 Ranch Market app, all online purchases can only be paid with a credit or debit card.
Are There Any Restrictions When Using EBT Cards At 99 Ranch?
If you are planning to do all of your shopping at 99 Ranch, you may not be able to use your EBT card for everything in your cart. The representative I spoke to said that EBT cards cannot be used for prepared food items from the bakery, deli and seafood departments.
So, if you are looking to pick up something already cooked for a quick dinner, you will probably not be able to use funds from an EBT card. However, if you are looking to buy fresh, uncooked fish from the seafood department, then you could use the EBT card.
Keep in mind that 99 Ranch Market does not make the rules about eligible food items for SNAP, D-SNAP, WIC and P-EBT. These programs are regulated by the government. To learn more about what you can use your EBT card to buy at 99 Ranch, check out your specific Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) program.