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10/12/2016
By: Laura S.
Dirt Cheap
I love this store Woody and his employees are very helpful then know the prices and they keep the store organized . Whereas I went to the store on cherry lane what a disaster it was a mess the prices were more for the same thing I had just bought at the Euless store when I asked they said each store set the prices . I bought a ninja blender at the Euless store for 25.00 , they didn't have anymore so they sent me to the cherry lane store they had one so l get to the check out and there is a friend of the girl running the register , there talking and i go to ask about the price and the friend asks me in english where i found that and if they had anymore i told and she said she had been looking for one then she started talking to the cashier in Spanish , the cashier ringsit up at 59.99 I told her it was 25.00 at the euless store they had the same code for 80% off , that is when she told me that each store does there own pricing and she then went back to talking in Spanish to her friend who then asked me if i still wanted the blender in English, I said not for 59.99 and the cashier said something to her in Spanish again and her friend laughs and said I'll take it then . And walked off with it , l think not only does the store make there own price but apparently so does the cashiers because I got the feeling that when her friend came to check out that the blender was going to be 25.00 again. I will never go to the Cherry lane store again, I think the customer service is horrible and they are very rude . I'm not even going to start on the language issue, Let's just say that it is very rude to speak english to one person and then talk to the other person in spanish when all 3 people know English. Again I will never go to the Cherry lane store again. But if you are looking for a store that is great then you need to go to see the Euless store.
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06/09/2015
By: Hanan A.
Alamir Market
This is one of the best stores I've been to. The employees are so sweet and nice. This store is full of different cultural foods, which makes me love this store!
07/24/2017
By: Ryan C.
Premier Nursery
Great experience! It's refreshing to have a staff knowledgeable about their inventory as well as take the time to answer all my questions.
06/26/2017
By: Quintana O.
99 Cents Only Stores
This store saves me a large amount of money on snacks for my grandchildren.Great customer service, love to shop there
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