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Double Your Money With Market  Bucks at the Winter Market!
Double your first $10 in EBT with $10 in market bucks. (once per day)  Bring your EBT card to the market, we'll swipe your card and give you tokens to spend.  In addition to the tokens we will also give you up to $10 in matching market bucks which will allow you to buy even more fresh, healthy foods while at the market.  Funding for this program is being provided by the State of Minnesota. Winter Market bucks expire April 30th, 2016. They will not be accepted for payment after this date. We are only open on Saturdays from 9am - 1pm in downtown St. Paul through the month of April.
 

The St. Paul Farmers' Market welcomes EBT cards!
The following market locations will now be accepting EBT cards:

Downtown St. Paul
290 E 5th Street
St. Paul, MN  55101
Saturdays, 6am - 1pm
Sundays, 8am - 1pm

Roseville, Corpus Christi Church
2131 Fairview Avenue N
Roseville, MN  55113
Tuesdays, 8am - 12pm

Aldrich Arena
1850 White Bear Avenue
Maplewood, MN  55109
Wednesdays, 8am - 12pm

South Saint Paul
1151 Southview Blvd
South Saint Paul, MN
Wednesdays, 3pm - 6:30pm

Burnsville, Mary Mother of the Church
3333 Cliff Road
Burnsville, MN  55337
Thursdays, 12pm - 5pm

Signal Hills Shopping Center
Butler & Robert St.
West St. Paul, MN
Fridays, 8am - 12p

Burnsville Senior Campus
200 W Burnsville Parkway
Burnsville, MN  55337
Saturdays, 8am - 1pm

Apple Valley
7100 West 147th Street
Apple Valley, MN  55124
Saturdays, 8am - 1pm

 

How to use your EBT card at the Markets
Bring your EBT card to the designated EBT booth.  Decide how much you would like to spend.  We will swipe your card for that amount and give you tokens to be used at the market. While shopping, look for the growers who display the "EBT Accepted Here" signs in their booth.

The Fine Print
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There is NO FEE for this service.
-No change can be given for tokens.
-Tokens can be used at any of the above locations.
-Only SNAP eligible items may be purchased.

What you can buy
Fruits and vegetables, cheese, meats, eggs, bread, jams, jelly, maple syrup, honey, pickles, wild rice, herbs, herb plants or plants that produce fruit or vegetables.

What you cannot buy
Cut flowers, crafts, non-food items such as soaps and lotions or food for immediate consumption.