Walmart Fresno - N Ingram Ave, Fresno, California

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  • You won't need to plan ahead for parking when you travel to Walmart. From fresh produce to tasty snacks, Walmart in Fresno has everything you need to feed your family right.

    The Hells Angels motorcycle club stood in line for five days before Black Friday at a Walmart in Fresno, California for a surprising reason – they bought up the store’s entire stock of children’s bicycles.

  • I'm from Sacramento, so I don't know if all Walmarts in Fresno are just *this* much worse than the low-standard I'm use to or if it was just this particular store. From the reviews, I gather this store takes the crap cake.

    First time my husband and I tried to go here, we make it about 5 feet in the door, and a worker very rudely tells us they are closed. It was almost 15 minutes after the hour, so if they were closed, why did they still have their doors open?? (Also, I'm not used to Walmarts closing so early, but I'm sure that's a city difference.)

    Second time we came back, we found the store completely disorganized. No one offered us any help, even though there were plenty of workers just standing around talking. They did not carry a product I regularly buy from Walmart.

    When we went to check out, there actually was a cashier available to help us, but she was awful.

    Our three items rang up about $40 more than expected. I asked how could that be and the cashier monotoned "This is $49." That package of flea medication (along with every other package of it) had been marked wrong or put in the wrong place on the aisle. When we informed the cashier and told her they should fix their stock in the aisle, she had zero response. She basically acted as if we hadn't said anything.

    Then, I misread the new total on the screen once the flea meds had been taken out, so I didn't give her the correct change. Instead of repeating the actual amount or saying anything, she just stared at me. I had no idea why she was staring at me; I just thought it was her zombie-way. Finally my husband spoke up and clarified the amount for me. The cashier's silent stare was one of my most bizarre experiences with a Walmart worker, and I've had Walmart workers put my reusable bags inside plastic bags ...

    Not to mention, this was by far the ugliest, homeliest Walmart I've ever seen. Just bad all around.

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  • I'm from Sacramento, so I don't know if all Walmarts in Fresno are just *this* much worse than the low-standard I'm use to or if it was just this particular store. From the reviews, I gather this store takes the crap cake.

    First time my husband and I tried to go here, we make it about 5 feet in the door, and a worker very rudely tells us they are closed. It was almost 15 minutes after the hour, so if they were closed, why did they still have their doors open?? (Also, I'm not used to Walmarts closing so early, but I'm sure that's a city difference.)

    Second time we came back, we found the store completely disorganized. No one offered us any help, even though there were plenty of workers just standing around talking. They did not carry a product I regularly buy from Walmart.

    When we went to check out, there actually was a cashier available to help us, but she was awful.

    Our three items rang up about $40 more than expected. I asked how could that be and the cashier monotoned "This is $49." That package of flea medication (along with every other package of it) had been marked wrong or put in the wrong place on the aisle. When we informed the cashier and told her they should fix their stock in the aisle, she had zero response. She basically acted as if we hadn't said anything.

    Then, I misread the new total on the screen once the flea meds had been taken out, so I didn't give her the correct change. Instead of repeating the actual amount or saying anything, she just stared at me. I had no idea why she was staring at me; I just thought it was her zombie-way. Finally my husband spoke up and clarified the amount for me. The cashier's silent stare was one of my most bizarre experiences with a Walmart worker, and I've had Walmart workers put my reusable bags inside plastic bags ...

    Not to mention, this was by far the ugliest, homeliest Walmart I've ever seen. Just bad all around.

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I'm from Sacramento, so I don't know if all Walmarts in Fresno are just *this* much worse than the low-standard I'm use to or if it was just this particular store. From the reviews, I gather this store takes the crap cake.

First time my husband and I tried to go here, we make it about 5 feet in the door, and a worker very rudely tells us they are closed. It was almost 15 minutes after the hour, so if they were closed, why did they still have their doors open?? (Also, I'm not used to Walmarts closing so early, but I'm sure that's a city difference.)

Second time we came back, we found the store completely disorganized. No one offered us any help, even though there were plenty of workers just standing around talking. They did not carry a product I regularly buy from Walmart.

When we went to check out, there actually was a cashier available to help us, but she was awful.

Our three items rang up about $40 more than expected. I asked how could that be and the cashier monotoned "This is $49." That package of flea medication (along with every other package of it) had been marked wrong or put in the wrong place on the aisle. When we informed the cashier and told her they should fix their stock in the aisle, she had zero response. She basically acted as if we hadn't said anything.

Then, I misread the new total on the screen once the flea meds had been taken out, so I didn't give her the correct change. Instead of repeating the actual amount or saying anything, she just stared at me. I had no idea why she was staring at me; I just thought it was her zombie-way. Finally my husband spoke up and clarified the amount for me. The cashier's silent stare was one of my most bizarre experiences with a Walmart worker, and I've had Walmart workers put my reusable bags inside plastic bags ...

Not to mention, this was by far the ugliest, homeliest Walmart I've ever seen. Just bad all around.