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

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

Updated: April 30, 2024
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Monthly benefit deposit schedule.

Your EBT deposit date depends on if you live in New York City or if you live in another part of New York State. They load benefits on different dates.

New York City

In NYC, benefits are sent out during the first two weeks of the month, over the 13 days that are not Sundays or holidays.

The specific dates change from one month to the next, so NYC publishes a six-month schedule showing the exact availability dates.

When looking at the schedule, here is what you need to know:

- The "Toe Digit" is the last digit of your case number

- SNAP (food stamps) are always under the "A" column

Click here to see the current NYC deposit schedule

All other counties

In all other counties outside NYC, benefits are sent out over the first 9 days of every month, based on the last digit of your case number.

If your:

Case number ends inBenefits available
0 or 11st of the month
22nd of the month
33rd of the month
44th of the month
55th of the month
66th of the month
77th of the month
88th of the month
99th of the month

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.