Fresh Bucks


Program runs June 16- October 2, 2015.

Spend $10 with your EBT card and get $10 to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables.

The Fresh Bucks Program gives every customer who pays with an EBT card a bonus dollar for every dollar spent (up to $10). The only thing needed to qualify for the Fresh Bucks match is an EBT card. Each customer may collect their bonus once per day.

In addition to bonus dollars, every shopper who spends $10 of their own EBT will receive a free, reusable Pike Place Market tote bag along with recipes and information on seasonal produce.

Here are the directions:

Step 1: Go to the Farmers Market information tent (see below for times and locations.) Look for a white tent with a big green sign. If you don’t see it, ask one of the farmers to direct you!

Step 2: Scan your EBT card for any amount and receive TWICE that amount in Farm Bucks up to $10 bonus. Plus a Market tote and a recipe.

Step 3: Spend Farm Bucks like cash to buy fresh produce at farm stands.

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Where to find Fresh Bucks:

Markets are open June 16- October 2.

Pike Place Farmers Market. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10am-4pm

Location: Pike Place Market, Corner of Pike Pl. and Stewart St

City Hall Express Market. Tuesdays 10 am-2 pm

Location: City Hall Plaza, 4th Ave between James & Cherry

Pioneer Square / CID Express Market. Wednesday 10 am-2 pm

Location: King St. Station Plaza, corner of 3rd Ave S. and Jackson St.

South Lake Union Express Market. Thursday 10 am-2 pm

Location: 410 Terry Ave. North

First Hill at Virginia Mason. Friday 10 am-2 pm

Location: 9th Ave and between University St. and Seneca St.

Can’t make it to any of these markets? Check out the Seattle Fresh Bucks page for more markets.

We also accept WIC and Senior FMNP vouchers at all markets.


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