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It depends on the facility, there are some good vendors who have great deals (compared to the commissary options)... but you should contact the nit secretary at the facility to get their rulesRead more
Yes, there are several options for you to buy from third-party companies that have a relationship with the prison or jail where your inmate is incarcerated. Not every facility accepts packages from all vendors so please call the facility and ask. For instance, check out these companies to see if they have an option for your inmate... Access Securepak, iCare, Mycarepack to name a few.Read more
They sell shower shoes in the commissary. If JPay puts money in his commissary account, he should be all set.Read more
No, we doubt that the 'for-profit' prison package companies would take food stamps as payment.Read more
They sell them through the commissaryRead more
Whatever amount you can afford to send is a blessing to any inmate. $100/month is a very nice gesture and will go a long way in prison for incidentals, phone time and postal expenses for letter writingRead more
Inmates can use their money in their Inmate Account to buy commissary, add talk time to their phone, send an email and even send money home to family members.Read more
Commissary lists for federal prisons are available on this website. Find the prison page and scroll down to "Commissary Lists" and click. There are items and prices displayed. Only the inmate can purchase items (once per week), you can add money to their inmate account for spending at the commissary.Read more
Inmates are able to buy sneakers, work boots and a variety of socks. Click this link to see an actual commissary list with prices.Read more
Shampoo, soap, and other toiletries are provided to the inmates. Commissary has a selection of upgraded, or brand-name products for sale if the inmate has money on their books to shop. If you were going to help, put some money on their books.Read more