“Seriously, Walmart does have great prices, but 9 out of 10 times I go there, I get aggravated.”
Assistant Manager is the RUDEST person I have ever met.. Let me start by saying I usually love wal mart. I don't mind the long lines or how busy it is all the time, because I know I'll save money by going there and I think it is worth it. However, I had THE WORST STORE EXPERIENCE I HAVE EVER HAD on black Friday. It was not because of the crowds or lines. The flier that came in the mail said there was a sale on an item I wanted, and it was on sale for around $30 less. So I went on black Friday at around noon, and went to check out the item. It rang up as full price and of course I complained. The checkout girl said the sale ended at 4am, when the flier I got in the mail clearly said in big letters on the front and on every page after that SALE ALL DAY. that means ALL DAY. So then I had to wait A HALF HOUR for the assistant manager to come, and when she finally got there she just kept repeating that the sale ended. Then finally after fighting with her for around 10 minutes she looked at the ad and was like "oh, that's the wrong item." but it was not. And I was not going to back down after all I had gone through. I had to go back over to where the item was on the shelf and show her. And it turned out that I was right, so she got angry and just yelled at me and the checkout girl to just give me the sale price. then, when I nicely said thank you to her, she just looked at me and said "WHAT?". I would very much like her to lose her job for this. Treating customers in this way should not be tolerated. I hope the manager of the store reads this and she gets what she deserves.
Is the discount worth it?. Seriously, Walmart does have great prices, but 9 out of 10 times I go there, I get aggravated. The chaos is just unbearable. I suppose it might be worth to stop by if you are ready to purchase an expensive item, such as a TV, but other than that.... I find it very frustrating. I guess you have to pick your fights..
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