SNAP shoppers, start saving with SNAP Produce Match online at Safeway
The Washington State Department of Health and Safeway have partnered to make SNAP/EBT shopping even better!
Now you can use your SNAP benefits to buy groceries online at Safeway.com for pickup or home delivery. This is a great option if you find it difficult to leave the house, don’t feel safe going to the grocery store, or are short on time.
To learn more about SNAP/EBT, scroll to the bottom of this article.
For Washington residents, Safeway’s online shopping also includes SNAP Produce Match. That means when you buy at least $10 of fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables without added salt, fat, or sugar— online or in your local grocery store — you get a coupon for your next trip! Use your SNAP Produce Match coupon to buy more fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables.
For a limited time, when you shop online, your SNAP Produce Match coupon will be worth $10.
How to use SNAP Produce Match online at Safeway.com
Ready to start shopping? Follow these steps or jump down to the video to see how it works.
The first time you shop, it will take about 10 minutes to get signed up. After that, you’ll be able to start shopping right away.
1. Visit Safeway.com
2. Sign in or create an account. To use your SNAP/EBT card, you will need a Safeway for U account. Look for Create an Account under the Sign In/Up menu. To create an account, provide your name, email address, a password, and phone number.
3. Set your delivery time and location. Look for the red truck icon under the search bar. You can change your location, select pickup or delivery, and reserve a delivery time. To get SNAP Produce Match, the store you select needs to be in Washington state.
4. Start shopping! Pick out the groceries you want and add them to your online cart. Add at least $10 worth of fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables without added salt, fat, or sugar to your cart to get your SNAP Produce Match coupon for your next visit.
5. Check out. Click on the red shopping cart icon to check out.
6. Add your SNAP/EBT information. Change your payment option to EBT and add your SNAP/EBT card number. Check the box to store your number for faster checkout the next time you shop.
7. Submit your order. You’ll get an email confirmation with the details of your order. If you bought at least $10 worth of fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables without added salt, fat, or sugar, your SNAP Produce Match coupon will show up in your Safeway for U account the next Friday.
8. Use your SNAP Produce Match next time you shop. Your coupons will show up on the Safeway for U page. Click on “Clip the coupon” and it will automatically take $10 off your next order of fruits and vegetables.
Watch this video to learn how to use your SNAP/EBT card at Safeway.com.
Want more details?
- Visit Safeway.com/SNAP or our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more and find answers to your questions.
- Use the Safeway store locator or visit the DOH SNAP Produce Match page to find a grocery store near you.
- Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for regular updates on SNAP Produce Match.
More about SNAP Produce Match
Even if you don’t shop online, SNAP Produce Match is available at all Safeway stores and other local grocery stores across Washington. SNAP Produce Match is supported in part by funding from the State of Washington and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Look for the SNAP Produce Match logo to get the most out of your SNAP/EBT benefits.
Visit the DOH SNAP Produce Match page for more details.
What is SNAP/EBT?
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), called Basic Food in Washington, helps people with low incomes make ends meet by providing monthly benefits to buy food. Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) is an electronic system that allows SNAP participants to pay for food using SNAP benefits.
See if you qualify and apply at Washingtonconnection.org
Questions about COVID-19? Visit our COVID-19 website to learn more about vaccines and booster doses, testing, WA Notify, and more. You can also contact the Department of Health call center at 1–800–525–0127 and press # from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday, and 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday — Sunday and observed state holidays. Language assistance is available.