There are several payment options offered at the Farmers’ Market.
All vendors accept cash.
Some vendors accept credit and debit cards.
You may swipe debit cards at the market information booth for green OP Farmers Market tokens, which are worth $5. There is no transaction fee and tokens may be used on any market day. Tokens may not be exchanged for currency.
Overland Park Farmers’ Market accepts the state-issued nutrition assistant electronic benefit transfer cards from Kansas, Missouri, and all other federally-approved states.
Double Up Food Bucks Kansas City helps low-income families eat more locally-grown fruits and vegetables by doubling food assistance dollars spent at the Farmers Market.
For every supplemental nutrition assistance program or senior farmers market nutrition program dollar spent, customers earns an extra dollar to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables. Here’s how it works:
Double Up Food Bucks Kansas City blue tokens may not be used to purchase soaps, body oils, foods prepared on-site and items labeled “warehouse.” They may not be exchanged for currency. Tokens are subject to availability.
Learn more about how the program works on the Double Up Food Bucks Kansas City website.
The senior farmers market nutrition program provides qualified low-income senior citizens with coupons for eligible produce.
Here’s how it works:
Vouchers are equivalent to $5 cash and are distributed in books of six worth $30.
Double Up Food Bucks Kansas City also offers a dollar for dollar match on senior farmers’ market nutrition program vouchers.
Senior farmers’ market nutrition program coupons are only to be used on fresh, uncut and unprocessed fruits and vegetables. They may not be used to purchase meat, dairy, plants, flowers, soaps, body oils, foods prepared on-site, or items labeled “warehouse.” They may not be exchanged for currency.