I would never ever buy fish from anywhere else. It is always so good, fresh and tasty. The meat is the cheapest around and always nice. The fruit and veg are displayed well and nice and fresh. The bread is lovely, in fact you can safely buy all your food from here and be very happy. If you are on a budget it is a good store to shop in as there are no clothes to tempt or tease you either and the cafe is good value to eat in. Try the afternoon teas, really good value.
They try to deliver Quality and Value at every stage of a shopping experience, and tend to be Top Service Providers to a Loyal Customer Base, with new converts being made on a regular basis.Who knews what Tomorrow brings in a World full of changes ?? Morrisons would appear to have the Answets
Shopped in store for tuna. It had in big writing two for £1. Had been charged £1.50 for two. In three weeks I had bought well over 200 cans as the £1 deal meant it was supposed to be 50p per can not th 75p that I ended up paying. I had put my faith in the company as I could see that some discount had been applied. But today the math did not add up. Went in store and was not even offered compensation but did manage to get most of my monies back that I had lost which worked out enough for a weeks shop. it seems like morrisons always have deals which are not honoured at the till. Last year at the same store I bought 10 litres of kelly's ice cream. It was on buy one get one free. They charged me for all the so called free ones so I had to call the manager to sort out their problem.
Do check your receipts carefully
I like shopping in Morrisons,but as it is in the city, is not very convenient and has a lot of very dubious customers with whom you are in close quarters (due to it being near low class housing) as store very small.More out of town stores and home delivery soon please !!
I use Morrison's all the time but am most disappointed that for almost 2 weeks there have been no vouchers available to enable me to take advantage of their 5% discount.
I am now using ASDA.
Come on Morrison's catch up with the times and issue Reloadable Gift Cards.
I have shopped with Morrisons for very many years now the Shirley Solihull branch and have to say I have never had to complain once. Excellent products, good value for money, well organised, clean store, excellent customer service, helpfull friendly staff. I like their website with usefull recipes tips, etc. I like that they use British produce. I like their ethics. What more can I say except my only complaint is when I cannot get to my local store due to my location and transport issues and occasionally have to shop elsewhere. Excellent work Morrisons.
Morrison's do not have the best brand going - you'll have to bypass that.
But here are some products worthwhile visiting Morrisons for:
- Linseed bread - fantastic, eat it fresh but then keep any until it goes stale and make the most superbly delicious croutons from it
- Muesli bread - gorgeous with cranberries, linseeds and raisins
- Goats cheddar - nutty, lemony, divine (and perfect for non-dairy cheese sauces - ask me for the recipe)
and no I don't work for Morrisons. I have been meaning to email them ref these fab products so I hope you are reading this Morrison's buyers!
Having shopped at Tescos, Sainsburys and Morrisons in the week leading up to Christmas Morrisons was miles ahead of the other two in products on offer. The shelves were constantly being filled and even on Christmas Eve there was plenty on offer. Well done Morrisons
Bread is best around, some fruit and veg good. Not good on veggie food. Recent shelf rearrangement has been a pain, no logic to it, just wasting my time. Prewrapped cheese is a rip-off compared to the cheeses counter.
Often have good deals on alcohol, but I don't drink much.
Cafe is handy, some branches better than others. They have at last managed to stop the fresh coffee overflowing the cups but he flavour is not as good as it was.
Great strong bags - especially the ones with apples on them - bring more please!
What you pay at the checkout may not be what you expect. On several occasions, shelf-edge discounts were not honoured at the till, apples we bought were not rung up as the correct variety (but as a dearer one) and when we checked use-by dates on unpacking we have found items very close to or past their use-by date. I now don't trust them.
In recent months Morrisons appears to have a problem in keeping the store well stocked. Basic items, for example cooking apples, red cabbage, plain flour, cat food and cat litter have all been missing from the shelves.
Prices of fresh fruit and vegetables have risen sharply- making many items more expensive than other supermarkets.
Morrisons own label products are of a sub standard quality and their customer care is painfully slow.
I hope that Tavistock will soon have an alternative major supermarket- as Morrisons currently appears to be driving away customers and maybe some competition will give the needed stimulus for them to buck up their service.
I buy morrisons sandwiches almost every day (nowhere else to go near my work)
Good range, always fresh tasting. Large baguette type ones have things like wiltshire ham and cheese, or prawn mayo. The prawn and egg sub is good. The low calorie range (forget what its called) is pretty good too.
They should vary the range a bit more than they do...I've seen the same stuff up there for 2 years now.
Having said that, I've noticed recently they are introducing more veg nibbles (e.g. packs of tomatoes, carrots etc).
They have some nice fruit salads for about £1 too.
One complaint is, no 'meal deals' (unlike boots or tesco).
I have been shopping at Morrisons since they bought out Safeway in 2003. They keep a reasonable stock of brand items unlike some, but we have seen them change their management style. They now stock shelves during the day, or rather during the busiest times possible, rather than at night, which is very frustrating trying to dodge around them.
In addition, it used to be a "nice" place, but the till staff are under so much pressure now, they dare not speak or smile...
I like Morrisons only when I was a student doing my Masters. I have been an ardent fan of Morrisons and was purchasing all my stuff there in the weekends. I think most of the people shop in Morrisons only because of low prices and none of them care about the customer service they provide. Needless to say, the staff are rude and mundane. Later when i finished my studies, i worked for tesco for an year and still prefer tesco over Morrisons and sainsburys.
The general attitude of the staff from top to bottom is unbelievably bad. I now shop at the CO-OP. It is like heaven compared to Morrissons. The fast checkout is a joke, most employees seem to hate being there and the management appear to be doing everything in their power to make things hard for their customers.
I like this store but.....
I hate tesco's and i'm sick of see that name everywhere, now i even see that horrible name in your store!!!!
Do they pay you to advertise their name in your store?
You dont need that name in your store, just make sure your prices are lower (the same isn't good enough) and more people will shop with you...
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