On 10 Nov 2015 at 1:48am Decent Citizen wrote:
When you purchase something in Argos,ask for a bag if assistant does not ask if you require one.Or,like me today you will find that you don't get a bag automatically at the pickup point.. You have to rejoin the queue to buy one! Can see a few freyed tempers come the Xmas rush!
On 10 Nov 2015 at 10:17am Rip off wrote:
I turn the bags inside out now I refuse to pay to advertise tescos name .the charge is out of their hands but they should supply plain bags
On 10 Nov 2015 at 10:17am Lewes-gal wrote:
Yep I had this the other day I was not sure if I would need a bag so didn't purchase one. I asked the guy as he gave me my product could I buy a bag but he told me I had to rejoin the long que again and he couldn't take my 5p such a joke bad customer service in that place
On 10 Nov 2015 at 12:06pm JMMM wrote:
Customers should learn to take their own bags and not to ask for one. Conversely, good quality reusable bags should be cheap to purchase and readily available if needed. If you're going shopping, take bags, it's really very simple. I've been doing it for years with ones I bought in Australia for 50c and the bags are still usable and live in my car. I take others to work with me so I can buy the odd thing in my lunch hour or on my way home. 5p bags are a waste of time and resources. What a ridiculous country we are - get with it!
On 10 Nov 2015 at 1:09pm Decent Citizen wrote:
My post was not about buying a bag,it was the nonsense of queuing twice!
On 10 Nov 2015 at 1:38pm Slarty wrote:
@Rip Off - do you wear your jeans in-side-out at most have branding on them too? Or cars, phones, coats, rucksacks or other bags, many many things. Just curious where you draw the line.
On 10 Nov 2015 at 1:45pm Moaning myrtle wrote:
Who at home has bags big enough for most argos items? I have used my own bags for ordinary shopping for at least 10years, but I certainly don't have any that are big enough for most items purchased from argos. A small petty cash box at the pick up point would solve this problem!
On 10 Nov 2015 at 4:20pm Levi Sprouts wrote:
Hi y'all we're gunna put labels inside too. Have a nice day.
On 10 Nov 2015 at 4:38pm JMMM wrote:
I agree it's ridiculous to queue twice. Take your own bags or ask for a sticky label so you don't need a bag to prove where you've bought it and avoid all the nonsense of relying on bags at all. Carry your items under your arm. If it's too big to tuck under your arm, you probably need a car anyway. Sorry, I think all this nonsense about plastic bags for 5p is laughable. And their replacements are too expensive!
On 10 Nov 2015 at 5:16pm The Old Mayor wrote:
Why do folk love shopping in Argos ? It's like shopping in Russia, wasting time looking through a brochure, filling out a form, queuing, queuing again while it comes. Honestly what kind of retailing is it ? You've all made yourselves victims by playing along with them. Strangely, and thankfully that style of retail hasn't caught on.
On 10 Nov 2015 at 8:56pm Old Malling wrote:
Why do people shop there? For many because it's a time saver. Find what you want before even leaving home, check that it's in stock and just turn up and collect it. For others because they stock things that aren't available elsewhere in town.
On 10 Nov 2015 at 10:27pm Evening Argos wrote:
I was in there the other day when a girl turned up to collect items ordered and paid for online. There is a fast track collection point for this. She needed a bag, had no cash so was forced to join the queue and pay for the 5p bag on her credit card.
sort it out you f***ing retail idiots
On 11 Nov 2015 at 7:40pm Mavis wrote:
Maybe she needed to order a bag on line alone with her goods !!
On 11 Nov 2015 at 9:43pm Bag lady wrote:
Maybe they need a 'Do you need a bag' tab at online checkout