This is a great place which hasn't been open long.
Whenever I'm at Cribbs causeway I pop in to see what bargains they have. THere always seems to be stuff on sale usually very good deals on toys and electrivals. Its much bigger than it looks as its on two levels. And make sure you check out the clothes which are easy to miss towards the back of the store, they always seems to be bargains in the clothes as well.
They seem to sell off end of lines here but also had stuff which was current in their online website, and if you go to the store you've already saved as you haven't had to pay postage. All the tills are self service but there are always at least 2 member sof staff hanging around ready to help.
Lots of easy parking and TK Max a few doors down.
There is a Costa Coffee upstairs for those of you who need to rest (and can afford it lol)
The non-food Tescos. The main sections are the clothes, homeware, electronics, kitchen stuff, CDs and DVDs, and they sell furniture and beds (look out Ikea) and there's even a Costa Coffee inside.
The prices aren't outstanding though. There are some bargains to be found but for example a lot of the electronics stuff is the same price you'd find them in Dixons. Don't go expect a massive bargain frenzy.
There are no 'normal' checkouts in this place- every checkout is self-service, which is fine if your shopping basket is not too big but it can end up getting chaotic if your basket has DVDs (that have age restrictions), or clothes (that have tags).
Much as I love to hate Tesco because it's taking over the world bit by bit, I have to admit that they know what they're doing when it comes to selling the public 'stuff'. right now, they have every single market cornered. If you can find something in Ikea, you can probably also now find it at Tesco Home Plusa big out of town non-food Tesco store.
It's pleasant enough to walk round and browse, though the majority of things are in their catalogue and the actual store is just a fraction of what they sell.
If you can leave your moral objections at the door, it's a good shop.
Good value clothes & food, games, dvdss & music. They all do photo books online on their website. Photobooks let you compile all your photos onto an online album & you can then upload them, rearrange them on pages with different layouts, themes & colours, headings/captions. You can then buy your photo book online & collect in store or have home delivered.
I love the furniture range and the way that it is laid out in the store. It gives you some really good ideas of what to do and how to do it in your own home, what a store!!!!!!!!!!
A good range of different products (Toys, Homewares, Electronics, and loads more)... a bit like Argos's range of products. In fact, its like buying from Argos but with Tesco's written on the receipt.
Deals aren't great. Much better advice and guidance at rival stores. They also employ a private clamping firm in their car park.
Its all sounds great, but I live near Exeter in Devon, which doesn't have a Homeplus, so please Mr T lets have one soon in Exeter.I don't have any moral objection to Tesco taking over the world perhaps they would do a better job at running it.Maybe all the big woolworth stores could become Tesco Homeplus Stores.
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