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Walmart Supercenter

Walmart Supercenter

Address: 263 Walmart Dr, Camden, DE 19934, United States

Phone: (+1 ) 302-698-9170

Website: https://www.walmart.com/store/5039-camden-de?cn=Tracking_local_pack_1

City: Delaware

Country: United States

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PhillipsVision YT PhillipsVision YT
Shared publicly - April, 5
Typical Walmart location, great variety and good prices. The only downside at this location is that it is very congested, and as a result the customer service can be lacking at times. We usually do online orders and have it delivered which I highly recommend. This location does have a Service center so if you need tires they can assist. This location also has a VetIQ pet health center.

Singin Singin
Shared publicly - June, 4
Live about 30 mintues from this Walmart. Place has never had a real restock since I moved to the area a year ago. Rehoboth store is your best bet!

Tawana evans Tawana evans
Shared publicly - July, 4
Customers are in line to pay for groceries longer than it takes to shop. Self check is not for seniors. You need more open cashiers for customers. Lines would move faster if another employee would bag the groceries for the cashier. Please look into this to help the senior customers

Linda Stern (CP TRAVEL) Linda Stern (CP TRAVEL)
Shared publicly - August, 3
For a year and a half during covid we have been doing curbside pickup. While sometimes I am missing an item for the most part they are excellent. If I am missing an item, they credit me right away. Usually they have everything in stock and the folks that pack my car with my order are pleasant and professional.

Steven VG Steven VG
Shared publicly - June, 4
2 lanes open at noon on Tuesday. There is 10+ people waiting in each line. Self checkout on each end of the store is 16 people deep waiting to checkout. I have already been waiting 20 minutes and I still have 4 people ahead of me. Do better.

Shared publicly - August, 12
Look, it's convenient. But the parking lot is terrible--because of the people, not the set up. Well, getting in and out of that portion of the shopping center is quite the pill. But the store is ALWAYS packed, day and night. It's honestly one of my least favorite places to go on this planet. I gave it two stars because of the convenience factor. Most of the negativity comes from the people and the sheer rudeness and irresponsibility of the shoppers. I do think they are understaffed, but who isn't? Generally the people who work there are pleasant and they do not add to the two star rating.

Julie Kraft Julie Kraft
Shared publicly - August, 5
Self checkout QR code would not work. The sales associate helped me. He was great but explain that it's as a continuous problem that they have and doesn't seem to be getting fixed. So to pay for a service that isn't working doesn't rank very high for me. The store is messy just like always

Laura Stahl Laura Stahl
Shared publicly - July, 4
Has a lot of items I wish Middletown Walmart had. It was clean. I had a hard time finding what I wanted, though, as I'm not used to the layout of that store. It's not even reversed from Middletown's or Cheswold's Walmarts; it's a completely odd layout. Coffee machines aren't in an aisle where a lot of people aren't walking by or through. Instead, I had to keep getting out of people's way because the coffee machines are in the "main thoroughfare" aisle that people use to go from the front entrance to the back of the store. And, because of pallets of items for sale or stocking AND utility/support poles, I couldn't just step out of people's way. I had to move my cart and myself down to the end of the aisle and into the cross-aisle to clear a path for others. Whoever the manager is that decided coffee machines belonged there is someone who needs to rethink this decision, because I was so sick of trying to take pics, sending them to my husband and then trying to have a conversation with my husband about which machine to buy while having to keep moving out of people's way, I came very close to leaving without the machine. Things like serving spoons, spatulas, etc, belong there. Not kitchen toys like coffee machines or toasters/toaster ovens, etc. When I first saw where the machines were, my immediate thought was, "Who thought this was a good place to put the machines in the path of lots of shoppers with little space to maneuver. I don't enjoy shopping as it is. That made me feel 🤪🤯. This store, otherwise, is very nice. But move the items that shoppers need time to consider features, etc, to an aisle not so well-traveled and tight.

tony sawyers tony sawyers
Shared publicly - July, 4
I've been to Walmarts all over the USA. This was the worse check out experience ever. They had four service check outs open. Three of those the credit card reader was not working. After waiting for 22 minutes, gave up anf went to self checkout which I hate doing checked out in 2 mins... something is seriously wrong with this. I counted 36 different employee's in this store. 8 were either on their phones playing games or chatting with someone.

Shared publicly - August, 3
I went to purchase tires, and found tires that fit my car on the clearance rack of the closed auto shop section. The online price was lower than the clearance rack price, yet I was told that they could not price match it because it was a rollback or deleted item. So I ended up ordering these same tires for the online price, just to pick up the very same tires I took to customer service. The crazy thing is that I work for them too, some policies are definitely bad business for our actual customers.

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