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If you have a family member, friend or loved one that has been arrested and you want them released quickly, efficiently, San Francisco Bail Bond Store is here to help.

San Francisco Bail Bond Store never closes. We are open 24 hours 7 days a week to help you when you need it the most. Let our experienced bail agents guide you through the bail process.

San Francisco Bail Bond Store is a family owned and operated bail bond company. We take pride in being active members of the Communities that we service. There is no office visit necessary with us! We will dispatch one of our agents to meet you right at the jail. We want to make this as easy and convenient for you as possible.

We accept a variety of payment methods to make the bail process smooth and easy for you. We can even accept payment over the phone if your unable to meet one of our bail agents.

Bail your loved one out of jail today by calling San Francisco Bail Bond Store at 510 444-4091 or chat with us now. Se habla Español

What Makes San Francisco Bail Bond Store Different From The Rest?

When you call us, we will call the jail for you and get the most up-to-date information for you. We will also find out if there are any “holds” or additional warrants for the person in jail. It is important to verify what type of bond is set so you don’t pay too much!

Some of the other benefits we provide for our clients include:

    ✦20% Discount
    ✦Phone approvals
    ✦0% Interest payment plans
    ✦No hidden fees
    ✦No collateral with working signer
    ✦Se habla Español

Getting someone out of jail is easy when you have us working for you! San Francisco Bail Bond Store is ready to answer any questions at any time.

We will work quickly and will not let you down. You can reach us online or on the phone at 510 444-4091 any time of day, any day of the week.

How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost in California?


Are you looking to bail a friend or family member out of jail, but are worried about the cost? Do not worry, San Francisco Bail Bond Store can help you out. We have been making bail bonds affordable for Californians for over 25 years.

In California, all bail bonds start out as 10% of the person’s bail. This means that if your loved one’s bail is set at $10,000, his or her bail bond will only cost $1,000. This is the standard price set by the state of California, however, some bail bond companies can offer you a discount.

At San Francisco Bail Bond Store, we are able to offer qualified clients a 20% discount on the price of the bail bond. What this means is, instead of paying 10% of the bail, you only pay 8%.

Why Choose San Francisco Bail Bond Store

If you need a bail bond in San Francisco, San Jose, Fresno, or Daly City, you have found the right company to help you. We will take the time to explain how bail bonds work AND what your options are.

We understand what you are going through right now and we are glad you have found us! We are much different than your run-of-the-mill bonding agency. Our clients will always have a pleasant experience and no matter how difficult things may seem to you right now, we’re here to make sure you’ll get through this. Our job is to help you by doing as much as we can to make this whole process as easy and convenient as possible for you.

To make an appointment, call 510 444-4091 or click here to request an appointment online.

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