The Providers guide to EBT in Florida:
food stamp deposit schedule.

Check out the Florida EBT guide for answers to your food stamp questions.

Updated: June 18, 2024
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Monthly benefit deposit schedule.

What day are benefits loaded?

Benefits are sent out from the 1st to the 28th of every month, based on the 9th and 8th digits of your Florida case number (READ BACKWARDS), dropping the 10th digit.

If your:

Case number's 9th and 8th digits areBenefits available
00-031st of the month
04-062nd of the month
07-103rd of the month
11-134th of the month
14-175th of the month
18-206th of the month
21-247th of the month
25-278th of the month
28-319th of the month
32-3410th of the month
35-3811th of the month
39-4112th of the month
42-4513th of the month
46-4814th of the month
49-5315th of the month
54-5716th of the month
58-6017th of the month
61-6418th of the month
65-6719th of the month
68-7120th of the month
72-7421st of the month
75-7822nd of the month
79-8123rd of the month
82-8524th of the month
86-8825th of the month
89-9226th of the month
93-9527th of the month
96-9928th of the month

If you get cash aid or SUNCAP (food assistance for those get SSI), the benefits will be made available on the first 3 days of the month based on your case number:

Case number's 8th and 9th digitBenefits available
00-331st of the month
34-662nd of the month
67-993rd of the month

What time are benefits loaded?

Analyzing data from some of the 5 million users who check their balance on the Providers App every month, we estimate close to 100% of people have their benefits loaded at midnight in Florida.

Missed a Deposit?

Didn't receive your benefits on the expected date? There might be an issue with your case.

Find out why by reading Why didn't I get a food stamp deposit this month?, which explains common reasons for missed deposits and what you can do about it.

This page was written based on official government sources, and has been edited for simplicity.

We work hard to ensure this information is accurate, helpful, and up-to-date. We welcome any corrections or feedback here.