COVID-19 Fort Jackson Updates
Commissary Hours - Posted April 4, 2020
Effective April 6, 2020 the Fort Jackson Commissary has posted new hours due to COVID-19. Please note that while the hours show they are open for 65+ on Sunday, Fort Jackson is restricting access to retirees to Tuesday and Fridays beginning next week. Retirees (65+) have early access at 0730-0900 Tuesdays and Fridays. They will check ID Cards for Date of Birth. Reminder that the new $150.00 limit still applies and some items are restricted in the amount you can purchase. Please know this can all change at anytime.
- Commissary Hours of Operation
To print these hours, please click HERE.
Commissary Daily Spending Limit - Posted April 4, 2020
Daily Spending Limit Change $100 to $150
Due to the amounts of Fresh Beef/Pork/Chicken items on-hand right now I made a decision this morning to raise the spending limits for retirees from $100 to $150, Active duty remains the same. Store orders are projected 11-14 day out on these items. As a steward of appropriated funds, Management must ensure these perishable items are sold prior to expiration dates and the store has enough room in their backup storage areas to receive incoming shipments. High demand items already with limits will not change.
IN ORDER FOR US TO INSURE WE DO NOT RUN OUT OF PRODUCT, WE HAVE SET LIMITS ON MEAT ITEMS: LIMITS ARE PER SHOPPER, PER PURCHASE, PER DAY.
- Limits Are As Follows:
We apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause, but we are doing our best to accommodate everyone. Thank you for your service and understanding....Fort Jackson Commissary
To print these limits, please click HERE.
Fort Jackson changes post access to the installation due to COVID-19
FORT JACKSON, S.C. - Fort Jackson leadership announced today that only mission essential and key personnel will be allowed on post beginning April 6 as a response to increased cases of COVID-19 on the base. This is another modification to normal operations and intended to disperse vulnerable populations while preserving access to essential services. Please read the entire release HERE.