Food stamps: Decem­ber SNAP pay­ments worth up to $1,751 for Flori­da res­i­dents to go out in nine days

Low-income Flori­da house­holds that receive sup­port from the Sup­ple­men­tal Nutri­tion Assis­tance Pro­gram will see their pay­ments in nine days when the pro­gram starts for Decem­ber.
SNAP, or food stamps, ben­e­fits are issued to ben­e­fi­cia­ries in the Sun­shine State from the 1st to the 28th of every month, and recip­i­ents will usu­al­ly obtain their funds on the same day each month. The exact day SNAP pay­ments are sent out depends on the dig­its on an applicant’s case num­ber.
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For exam­ple, ben­e­fi­cia­ries whose case num­ber ends with the dig­its 00 to 03 see their SNAP ben­e­fits on the first day of the month. Those with case num­bers end­ing in dig­its 04 to 06 get their ben­e­fits on the sec­ond day of the month, those end­ing with dig­its 93 to 95 get their pay­ments on the 27th, and those end­ing with dig­its 96 to 99 get their mon­ey on the 28th.
The max­i­mum pay­ment is $291 for a house­hold of one, $973 for a house­hold of four, and $1,751 for a house­hold of eigh …