Grocery Spring Break
Double Up Michigan Grocery Stores are Going on Spring Break
Double Up Food Bucks Michigan grocery stores are on Spring Break from March 1 – May 31, 2019. During this time, you cannot earn more Double Up Food Bucks at grocery stores, but you can keep spending any Double Up Food Bucks you have already earned to date.
This pause only applies to grocery store locations in Michigan and does NOT affect farmers markets, so you can keep earning and spending as usual at Double Up farmers markets and farm stands. Also, this pause does NOT affect Flint Double Up Food Bucks locations.
Frequently Asked Questions:
We’re here to answer your questions! Don’t see your question answered below? Contact us at [email protected] or 866.586.2796.
Q: What should I do in March, April and May during the break?
A: We encourage you to earn and save your Double Up Food Bucks in February for use during March, April, May, when earnings will be paused at grocery stores. Also, if there is a Double Up farmers market near you, you can still earn AND spend Double Up Food Bucks there as you normally would. Click here for more specific locations and details or call our hotline for more information at 866.586.2796.
Q: Why aren’t Double Up farmers markets going on a Spring Break?
A: Most farmers markets do not open until June, so a break does not make sense. If your local market is still open March-May, you can still earn and spend Double Up Food Bucks as usual.
Q: How can I find a location that offers Double Up Food Bucks?
A: Click here for more specific locations and details or call our hotline for more information at 866.586.2796.
Q: Why isn’t Double Up Food Bucks offered at my favorite store?
A: We bring Double Up Food Bucks to as many locations as possible, and we are always seeking ways to offer the program in additional stores. Please let us know what store you think would be a good fit, and why, and we will add it to our list. As resources become available for program expansion, we consider customer suggestions.
Q: Does this mean you are running out of money?
A: Nope! It means that many more shoppers are taking advantage of this opportunity to provide fresh, healthy food to their families. Because of this demand, we want to be good stewards of our resources and make sure we can continue to offer Double Up Food Bucks to support families and farmers.