Skip the Pharmacy. This Safeway is way behind the times, especially for Boulder. Their organic section is a joke. Although in general their service is super-friendly, the Head Pharmacist is very condescending and rude. I overheard him treating an elderly woman ahead of me like a child when she asked some questions. He treated me the same, angry and exasperated that I was so stupid. Get your prescriptions elsewhere unless you enjoy that kind of abuse.
Bad Service. I have never seen so many people standing around doing nothing when they were busy until I came to this place. It is an in convince for this store to help their customers; it gets in the way of them getting paid for standing there doing nothing. They refuse to open there self check out lanes in the morning because the early morning professionals that need quick service are apparently not trustworthy. In place of self checkout lanes they have one old man that doesn’t know the meaning of speed. When they do open a new lane because the line was too long, you better hope you were at the back of the lane because they all go to get checked out when a new lone opens. The people that actually had to wait in the line the first place still have to wait even longer. I suggest going to the Safeway down the street at 28th and Arapahoe for your morning purchases.
National grocery chain features quality-brand dry goods and produce at reasonable prices..
What started as a single grocery store in Idaho in 1915 now has more than 1,775 locations. The retail giant encompasses some of the biggest chains throughout the country, including Vons, Randalls, Tom Thumb, Genuardi's and Carrs. Each store offers limitless name-brand products and produce that range from dairy, meats and baked goods to personal care items, pet supplies and cookware. Depending on the location, customers can also enjoy convenient in-store pharmacies, coffee shops and restaurants.
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