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Walmart Supercenter

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973 Gilbert Ferry Rd SE, Attalla, AL 35954

(256) 538-3811

Today: Open 24 Hours
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General Info
Shop your local Walmart for a wide selection of items in electronics, home furniture & appliances, toys, clothing, baby gear, video games, and more - helping you save money and live better.
Regular Hours
Mon - Sun:
Extra Phones

Phone: (256) 202-9227

Phone: (256) 538-5199

Primary Phone: (256) 538-3404

Fax: (256) 538-9354

TollFree: (800) 925-6278

Payment method
amex, diners club, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards, debit

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Other Information

Price Range : Below Average

Bike Parking: No


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James S.



The other week I stopped at Walmart in Attalla , Alabama . I have shopped here many times before .
Lately the store's policy on printable and newspaper coupons had taken a rather customer unfriendly turn . Most cashiers don't seem to want to take them or haven't been trained on what they are . Don't get me started on the self checkouts . I despise them . They waste my time . Usually end up having to get an employee to correct a machine problem . Machines can't seem to scan the bar codes on the coupons or if you readjust an item in the bag after placing it in a bag , the machine stops.
During my shopping trip , I walked thru the produce section . A lot of their fruit and produce are nice . This particular day I went by the sweet corn display bin . The bin was out in the middle of the store not in the produce cooling display . There was probably 15 or 20 dozen ears of corn on display . All the ears of the corn were covered with " Brown Husks " . The kernels of corn were so dry that you could have shelled the ears . If you had cooked the corn you probably would have broken a tooth trying to eat it . You could have fed it to your cows or pigs , but it was not fit for human consumption . As a former farmer having grown sweet corn for the retail market it would have shamed me to offer this to a customer .
If you are going to have a produce department at least have fresh produce .
I hope seeing some of my pet peeves with this store will help you to correct this .