Nevada Food Stamp Card Replacement Request

If you have accidently lost your Nevada food stamp card, your card is damaged and can no longer be scanned, or someone has stolen it, then you need to contact your local state or county SNAP office and request a replacement card immediately. Doing so will prevent someone from finding your Nevada EBT card and spending your SNAP benefits or finding out the PIN and withdrawing cash from an ATM. Use the information below to find out how to request a new Nevada food stamp card, either by phone or through a website. Some states will charge a fee for a new EBT card and some states now have a limit on how many times you can receive a replacement EBT card. We also provide information below to report potential welfare fraud of Nevada SNAP benefits.