Check North Carolina Food Stamp Balance

The North Carolina food stamp balance on your EBT card allows you to purchase groceries at approved SNAP retailers across the United States. Your North Carolina EBT card acts like a debit card. Each month your SNAP payment, based on the North Carolina food stamps household income standards, is added to your card through the Electronic Benefit Transfer system. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, called North Carolina Food and Nutrition Services Program, is run by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Below we provide 3 common ways to check the most recent EBT card account balance.

Check North Carolina Food Stamp Balance By Phone Number

To check the food stamp balance on your North Carolina EBT Card, you can contact the SNAP customer service phone number at 888-622-7328. When calling, please make sure to have your card number ready. You can also call this number if you have general questions or issues about your government benefits. This may include changing your card's security pin number, reporting your North Carolina food stamp card lost or stolen, inquiry about recent purchases made with your SNAP benefits, report welfare fraud, or if you are currently applying for food stamps, get the current status on your North Carolina food stamp application.

Access Your North Carolina EBT Account Online

You can now check your North Carolina EBT card balance online. When first accessing this site you need to create an EBT account, when signing up for this account you will need to have your food stamp card number ready. Once your account has been created on, you will then be able to login and view your most recent balance as well as view your transaction history on your North Carolina EBT Card.

View North Carolina SNAP Balance On Grocery Receipt

When you purchase your groceries at a store that accepts food stamps, you are given a receipt. On that receipt you should be able to view the latest amount available on your North Carolina EBT card. Please note, not all food purchase receipts have the food stamp balance printed in the same place.