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Has Walmart Pickup Been Slacking in Your Area As Well?

Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:30 pm
Posted by shutterspeed
MS Gulf Coast
Member since May 2007
63127 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:30 pm
We've returned to just shopping inside because half of the items in our cart show as unavailable upon pickup yet are easily accessible inside the store.

What is this recent tom foolery?
Posted by Mouth
Member since Jan 2008
20944 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:31 pm to
frick wal mart. I refuse.
Posted by beerJeep
Louisiana
Member since Nov 2016
34903 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:34 pm to
quote:

What is this recent tom foolery?


Uhhhh….. Walmart employees?
Posted by Auburn80
Backwater, TN
Member since Nov 2017
7451 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:35 pm to
You too lazy to go on your own? I’m not letting a 17 year old pick out my produce and meats.
Posted by shutterspeed
MS Gulf Coast
Member since May 2007
63127 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:40 pm to
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You too lazy to go on your own?


Didn't I just tell you I've been going inside?
Posted by SRV
Banging in The Rock
Member since Nov 2021
1164 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:41 pm to
Most employees, at most businesses in my area, are slacking.



This post was edited on 2/9/24 at 9:42 pm
Posted by louisianamotocross
Member since Sep 2023
83 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:45 pm to
Yea it started off great and hasn’t used in a few years. They will say water is sold out and I go in and get the exact kinda I tried to buy. Same with many other items. Good in theory I just don’t think they have staff for it to run well.
Posted by CaptainsWafer
TD Platinum Member
Member since Feb 2006
58290 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:49 pm to
We do Walmart pickup for everything but meats and produce.
Posted by Darth_Vader
A galaxy far, far away
Member since Dec 2011
64306 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:51 pm to
Kroger delivery > Walmart pickup
Posted by jfw3535
South of Bunkie
Member since Mar 2008
4632 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:54 pm to
How fat and lazy are you?
Posted by Slidellproud
Madisonville
Member since Mar 2014
422 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:56 pm to
Target and Sam’s is where it’s at.
Posted by Northshoretiger87
Member since Apr 2016
3641 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 9:57 pm to
Place an order one day, and lucky to get it two days later. I’ve just about given up.

First world problems. Or maybe Bidennomics. FJB
Posted by dallastigers
Member since Dec 2003
5633 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 10:02 pm to
quote:

Most employees, at most businesses in my area, are slacking.


Starting to see this more and more.

Just went to grocery store and saw items that expired in the summer of 2023.
Posted by jcaz
Laffy
Member since Aug 2014
15481 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 10:02 pm to
I tried it for a month and was not impressed because of this. I’ll just stick to my Rouses runs. I refuse to walk into a Walmart myself.
Posted by Sput
Member since Mar 2020
7869 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 10:03 pm to
You shop down at the WalMarks??????


What a fricking poor
Posted by Fat and Happy
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2013
16930 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 10:29 pm to
That’s actually something i have never once used. Just never though to.

I do have Amazon deliver stuff like toilet paper, paper towels, tooth paste, deodorant, etc.

If i go into the store it’s for my meal prep stuff. That’s about it
Posted by FCP
Delta State Univ. - Fightin' Okra
Member since Sep 2010
4759 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 10:31 pm to
I tried it a few times during Covid. It was hit or miss, so I went back to shopping in-person.

What I loathe is getting stuck on a row with their pickers. Those blue-bin-rolling SOBs DGAF about folks who are actually supposed to be there shopping. They'll roll that monstrosity straight in front of you and stop while you're still trying to find whatever in the hell the SO sent you to purchase.

Some of my best-ever Walmarks trips were made at 3AM when the place was empty. Ever since they stopped being open 24hrs (during Covid but never resumed), it has sucked.
Posted by Sidicous
Middle of Nowhere
Member since Aug 2015
17055 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 10:34 pm to
With my being chronically ill and Mom’s 85, we get WM delivery. Couple of times they delivered next door but got a full refund and a partial refund so it all worked out. Especially since a couple of times they added to our delivery, about $50 worth of meats.

We live in delivery range of 2 Neighborhood Markets and a Supercenter and have switched between them to get all the desired grocery items delivered according to the “in stock” status on the app.
Posted by beauchristopher
new orleans
Member since Jan 2008
65772 posts
Posted on 2/9/24 at 11:16 pm to
The delivery is great for me.
Posted by TorchtheFlyingTiger
1st coast
Member since Jan 2008
2109 posts
Posted on 2/10/24 at 12:31 am to
Works great here. Saves time and buy less junk.
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