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Dg is a okay store but since moving here they don't keep there shelves stocked! It's total bs.

It's messy and when I ask hey do y'all have the manager says it's in stick but I will have it out for you tomorrow.. tommarow came and the next day and next week! Nope! Never got my Gain item!

This is one of the few stores we have in our town! Also, dg and other stores need to learn what one per purchase one a coupon means! It means you buy one of that item and use one coupon per item you purchase. I am glad that this dg knows this but what's the point when they don't have stock.

Also, I was trying to get many of one item and was told no.

Wtf? It is a store right?

Reason of review: Bad quality.

I didn't like: Not having items for weeks, Not having items.

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quintessentialcomments
#1444366

1. DG corporate are dipshits and don't give stores enough hours to actually operate efficiently.

That is why 95% of DG stores are trashed.2. If the item is not out for weeks, that most likely means that the warehouse itself is out of that item, that is not the store employees fault.3. Store employees do not order items. It is done automatically in some system.

If an item is constantly out, it is because that system is shit. Also not the employees' fault.4. Yes, it is possible for the manager to order stuff, but 90% of the time the order gets ignored and the items are not sent or it takes weeks to months for it to finally be filled. Once again, not the store employees fault.5.

Almost ALL coupons will also say something along the lines of "Limit 2 coupons, per day, per household." Which means they can only take 2 regardless of anything else. Coupons are treated like cash. If they accept more than the limit, it will result in money loss for the store. There recently was a store where the entire staff was fired for not following coupon rules and accepting them to please the customers.

So don't blame them, they are trying to keep their jobs.6. Most things in the store do not have a limit on how many you can buy so them telling you no makes no sense.

However, if it was pop, like Pepsi for example, and it was on sale, sometimes the sale will say something like "Limit 6" which means they can only sell you 6.7. I wish customers would realize that the employees you see in stores, get paid and treated like GARBAGE by corporate and they have NO power...

Anonymous
#1377998

Oh so you’re the peach that goes in stores and buys all the items with coupons then complains when they run out.

Anonymous
#1377494

If the coupon says limit one per household per day or some wording such as this then the store is supposed to uphold what the coupon says. If you are mad about this then call the manufacturer because that's who you have a problem with.

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