James Hatts wrote:To be fair the store is clearly in a transitional period at the moment with temporary fridges and shelves - the revamp isn't due to be finished till next week.
No doubt people would have complained if they'd shut the store completely to refit and rearrange it.
unlikelyheroine wrote:I assume they just want the lunchtime crowd and don't particularly care about local residents coming in for the weekly shop....
unlikelyheroine wrote:I assume they just want the lunchtime crowd and don't particularly care about local residents coming in for the weekly shop.
Lynn448 wrote:I too was initially happy with this local branch but now am actively choosing to shop elsewhere. The 'suits' have certainly been watching the customer spend/clubcard info coming through their tills - and so us locals have to suffer the price rises and adoption of a till and stock layout to cater for the lunchtime office sandwich buyers.
unlikelyheroine wrote:I do realise they are going through a transition, but it really shouldn't take weeks to move a supermarket around.
unlikelyheroine wrote:More of a concern of course are the prices, which everyone has noticed have increased.
kellandj wrote:finding a paper in the last three weeks has been a task even for us early morning types as the location has changed 5 times to my knowledge.
Lynn448 wrote:I have never found the self-service tills easy to use (and I once worked at Tesco!)
nat_ash wrote:What I find particularly strange, is the choice to sell tablets in this store - thus taking up a LOT of room where the old trolley-efficient tills were. Who on earth is going to go into this store to buy a tablet?
Boss St Bloke wrote:It's fun when you have time on your hands - a leisurely stroll up and down every single blimmin aisle on a journey of discovery. But, when you need to shop-and-dash at the end of the day, well I am a confused stupid person.
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