Markets that Accept EBT Cards

Market Information Booth
Using Your EBT Card at the Farmers’ Market

It is simple to use your SNAP funds at farmers’ markets! Most markets process EBT payments just like credit cards and have a clearly marked table (often called the information booth) where you can pay for purchases and ask questions. At some markets EBT and credit/debit card customers are given tokens to use for their shopping. Others give customers a list of the market vendors to keep track of purchases and pay at the end. Either way, it’s a simple and discreet process, and you’ll take home fresh, wholesome food for your family!

In addition, many farmers’ markets listed here offer special bonuses to SNAP customers, such as Maine Harvest Bucks. These bonuses stretch SNAP dollars further to help customers access healthy local food.

These farmers’ markets currently accept EBT/SNAP payments:

Auburn Farmers’ Market

Augusta – Farmers’ Market at Mill Park

Bangor Farmers’ Market

Bath Farmers’ Market

Belfast Farmers’ Market

Brewer Farmers’ Market

Bridgton Farmers’ Market

Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust Farmers’ Market

Bucksport Bay Farmers’ Market

Damariscotta Farmers’ Market

Dover Cove Farmers’ Market

Ellsworth Farmers’ Market

Fairfield Farmers’ Market

Farmington Farmers’ Market

Hampden Farmers’ Market

Houlton Community Market

Kennebunk Farmers’ Market

Kittery Community Market

Lewiston Farmers’ Market

Kennedy Park Farmers’ Market

Madawaska Farmers’ Market

North Berwick Farmers’ Market – This market offers its own SNAP incentive program – not Maine Harvest Bucks

Portland Farmes’ Market

Presque Isle Farmers’ Market

Sanford Farmers’ Market

Skowhegan Farmers’ Market

Farmers’ Market at Pumpkin Vine Family Farm

Steep Falls Farmers’ Market

Unity Farmers’ Market

Union Farmers’ Market

Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market

Windham Farmers’ Market

There’s a number of farm stands and CSA’s in Maine that also accept SNAP. Go to the Maine Harvest Bucks website, or visit the Real Maine website, to learn more about farm stands and CSA’s close to you.