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Gallagher Retail Park, Doncaster Road, Scunthorpe DN15 8GR
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5 reviews of Tesco Stores in English
Clearly, it has become common practise for Tesco (Scunthorpe) to double the prices of certain items overnight, for example, I can recall that their own brand of bubble-bath increased overnight from the regular price of 18p to 40p (an 125% plus, increase in price). They used to sell an economy chocolate roll for a regular price of 13p and that more than doubled overnight, today I intended to purchase the ‘Cafe Blend’ Coffee Whitener which had until this week was regularly on sale to the public at 99p a jar, today however, I discovered that overnight the price of this item has increased from 99p to £2.34p (that’s an an increase of more than 130%). Furthermore, little by little, Tesco at Scunthorpe is removing its economy items such as its own strawberry jellies which were a great buy but they ceased to sell those jellies just before Christmas. I could go on and on but I think that I have said enough to draw your attention to the fact that whilst ‘EVERY LITTLE HELPS’ Tesco at Scunthorpe practise removing bargain items RATHER THAN HELPING THOSE IN NEED OF A LITTLE HELP.
The above is a 100% account of honesty, the observation of an O.A.P. who survives on an extremely low income. Jean.
This is a huge Tesco Extra, and it’s in a really convenient location on the very western edge of the town just off the M181 (M180 J3). It has a massive car park and a petrol station, and is just opposite a retail park with B&Q, TK Maxx, Next, ToysRUs and McDonalds, KFC, Frankie & Benny’s and a large family pub. Also just across the road from Scunthorpe United Football Ground, so it does get extremely busy on a weekend, especially match days.
Inside, you’re faced with a massive store that sells almost everything. They’ve got loads of food and drinks, homewares, electricals, toys, clothing and garden accessories.
There used to be a cafe/restaurant, but it has recently ben replaced with a Costa so not much good if you want food, but fine for a cuppa.
There are Direct desks too at the door, so you can collect anything you’ve ordered online to save on P&P charges.
Loads of tills, always loads of staff - a really good place to shop.
Fantastically huge Tesco store. There is everything here you could possibly want or need. The entertainment isles are endless with lots of DVDs, CDs and games, mostly at competitive prices. There also seems to be rather a lot of homeware and kitchenware. the store has recently been refurbished to include a pharmacy and opticians as well as a Costa Coffee.
I’d not visited a Tesco Extra store before, so this one was a new experience for me. I can best sum it up by saying that it’s simply vast.
I stopped here to buy some petrol on the way up to York - and ended up having a cup of coffee in the in-store Costa Coffee. I’m not quite sure how I would cope using this for my ordinary weekly shop, but I’d certainly need comfy footwear. The car park is huge, the frontage is long, and the aisles seem endless. You could probably fit St Paul’s cathedral in several times over.
That said, it’s got everything you could possibly need in the grocery line; the services include photo-processing, pharmacy, opticians, newsagents, car wash, jet wash, petrol station, and there’s a recycling point and a cash-point. Ranges include clothes, their Asain, Afro-Caribbean, Polish and 'World foods’ (presumably everything else?), with fresh meat and fish counters, a delicatessen and cooked chicken counter.
The store is fully accessible, with customer toilets and baby-changing facilities.
The car park has what look to be wind turbines whirling around - I wonder if they generate electricity?
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