They are open 24 hrs, but don't expect service/cashiers before 8:00. You have to self check while 4 of the employees stand around and talk. Yeah, I went to college for I could bag groceries for free!
If you like being grunted at and knowing more than the people who work there, this is the place for you. Had to contact corporate to have a manager pick up the phone. They lost an item that was purchased on line and shipped to the store. Said they issued a refund, but didn't. It was like puling teeth to resolve, do not use this store.
Well, I can't say this Walmart is bad but it's pretty much just like any other Walmart. I get my prescriptions filled here and that's about it. If I can avoid any Walmart, I will. So the usual complaints: a million registers and 2 cashiers; bathrooms are pretty gross; you can call them to ask if they have a certain item in stock and they will say yes but when you get there, they don't have it; their deli area where you can purchase salads, etc is not necessarily in the best place of the store; the deli salads are cheap because they've already wilted and are not fit to eat; all of their "homemade" pizzas and fried chicken are frozen when they get there - there's nothing homemade about them at all; I've gone in there a few times to browse their outdoors section and their bullet lockup case is pitiful. They have literally 10s of thousands of small bullets for small handguns but no bullets are ever in stock for shotguns, etc. The only reason I give them 3 stars is because their pharmacy is full of nice and happy people who help you out. I have had literally 100% success with their pharmacy and never had any complaints about it and still don't. So if you need cheap medication, definitely hit up this Walmart, otherwise...it pays to spend extra money on groceries somewhere else and if you can get bullets across the street at Henry's, I recommend taking that ride.
Don't go there if you have a disability that CAN'T BE SEEN!!! First when I went in and got into one of the electric carts I got a dirty look from the "greeter" ---who did not greet me. I'm just over 50 and "look" fine---with internal conditions that make it difficult for me to not only walk, but also to breathe. The cashier was wonderful---she took me in the 20 or less line--as there were 4 of them and nobody was in any of them....then I met "greeter" at the door --who stood in front of me so I had to stop, and proceeded to take EVERYTHING out of my basket and place it in a push cart----telling me nastily when I objected that it was company policy to not let the electric carts out of the store!!! It may be the policy of THAT store--but I am returning home from a 13 state trip and drove carts out--and then returned them to the store---in every single state. The one star is for the 5 the cashier would get and the -10 the 'greeter' would get!!!