King Soopers Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

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King Soopers Corporate Office Headquarters HQ
65 Tejon Street
Denver, CO  80223
Corporate Phone Number: 1-303-778-3100

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  1. I shopped at King Soopers Thursday morning and was surprised to see a meat cutter standing at a check line in his frock, and 2 weeks ago a meat cutter was outside in his frock smoking a cigarette. Aren't they suppose to leave frocks in their work area before leaving on brake or standing out side.
    You know this is a HACCP rule, maybe they should revisit food safety.

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  2. That's disgusting. . . and against code. King Soopers are NOT known for their meats, for sure!

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    1. The chicken is usually spoiled and you don't even want to see the meat grinder and old food caught in it

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  3. I had the WORST experience at Kingsoopers on Parker and Peoria. The cashier was friendly but these 2 managers were just horrible. I had a coupon that was 3.00 of any Playtex item (excludes 20 ct. liner). Cashier scanned my coupon and then the manager was like no let me see that, he said you're clearly misusing this coupon. He says it clearly says you cannot use this coupon on a box of 20. I replied and said it says 20 ct. liners, it says nothing about tampons or pads, clear as day in fine print the only thing it excluded was 20 ct liners nothing else. He said i am the coupon guru i know what it says and i know you cannot use it on 20 ct anything. So this other manager comes up and was like oh those are already cheap so you shouldn't allow it. And he replied with oh i'm not she's not getting anything. I have never been so embarrassed, i felt like he was trying to belittle me. I have NEVER had this problem before, i hear stories about other peoples bad experiences and now i have my own. And the poor cashier was stuck in the middle of it. She read the coupon out loud and he said nope i'm not allowing it. She apologized and i left.

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  4. I don't mind My name being known Theresa L Hardy, I'm dissatisfied with fact that with chip feature the insist I use my card as debt when it has the visa logo. I still use it at other stores as a credit card with the chip. Two of my cards are not enabled with a pin number one is an out of state card that I receive money in an account so never set up a pin since it cost to use atms here and second one I had pin compromised on before. Just tried to buy $200.00 dollars in grocery only to be told if you have a pin for that card you cant use it.Guess what I will shop else were even though Kings Soopers is right out my back door. Cashier was very rude about incident and honestly fee sorry for gentle man behind me as now someone had to remove all the groceries. (1970deltadawn@gmail.com)

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  5. I have been a loyal customer for over 2 decades at my Thornton K.S. store. Recently my 20 year old son applied for a position as a deli clerk at the 136th + Colorado store.He was encouraged to apply by a store manager who frequented his part time day job at a nearby gas station because he has previous experience operating a meat slicer.During the hiring process, my son informed the store G.M. of his hours of availability, (mainly the only days he couldn't work were Fri.+Sat. nights) After giving 2 weeks notice at his day job,he went in for training and found the only days he was scheduled were Friday and Saturday nights .Speaking to get G.M., he was told that he would have to quit his other job to accommodate the PART TIME hours @ K.S. Now he is scrambling to get hours back at his other job as they've hired a replacement for him. I doubt this is within corporate policy. Being a single father, this impacts me too, as I rely on him paying rent monthly. How the hell can someone demand he compromise a previously held job for part time hours and no benefits? I will be spending my monthly grocery budget elsewhere and encourage my friends and family to do the same.Shame on you,King Soopers, for allowing such a power tripping control freak to operate your store. Now I have to find a new place to shop.
    J.Kratochvil
    Thornton

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  6. This store discriminates only in the past two years. They discriminate against people with disabilities as well as older people and yes these are employees and former employees. If they don't like you they will harass you till you quit. This store needs to be investigated on how the management treats their employees. They degrade the employees in front of customers and try to bring up trumped up charges that are not true. Then they to find a way to fire you if you do not quit like they want.

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    1. how does KS discriminate you?
      assuming you have a disability, I do too and thinking about applying at KS.

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    2. I work nights I am noticing similar events, I do feel threatened by it too.

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  7. From the previous comment this is the Firestone CO store.

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  8. I've shopped at King Soopers my whole life, usually at the same store in Commerce City, the one off of HWY 2, I think its about 64th never had any problems, clerks are very nice, always bag my groceries and offer to have someone help me out with them, never any complaints if I have any coupons.

    This weekend I went to the newer King Soopers in Commerce City, off 104th and Chambers because I only needed a few things, but of course came out with more than a few things. The way this one is set up you have to unload your own groceries which is not a big deal, but to my surprise there was no one to bag the groceries and put them in the cart so grudgingly the clerk bagged some of them and left them on the bagging area, but left about half of them unbagged and handed me my receipt and said have a nice day, so I asked well what about the rest of my groceries and again she grudgingly bagged the rest and tossed them to the end of the bagging area while I put them all in my cart.
    So my question is, when did it become the customers job to bag their own groceries?

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  9. The pharmacy at the store at 28th and Quebec in Stapleton is awful. On 2 separate occasions, they did not fill prescriptions my doctors had called in! I had to call 3 separate times. I will write a letter to their headquarters and file a complaint!

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  10. The new post card to hit my mail box offers $5 discount on $50 purchase that happens automatically when you sign up on line. Said visit KingSoopers.com/5on50 to sign up. Site can't be found.??

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  11. Extremely disappointed with new 'Cheese Shops' in King Soopers stores.
    This "New York" cheese company could turn rats/rodents away. I was in a "Youngfield KS", (CO) , and watched one of the workers unwrap a moldy round of cheese, SHAVE OFF THE MOLD FROM HALF OF IT, re-wrap the cheese, relabel it, and put it back in the case. I wasn't in my usual store at Arvada, 64th. I just thought "Oh, Lord! I hope they never come to my store." Sure enough, this Saturday, the huge red and gold sign was up, and the CRAPY cheese store has moved in there, and the other cheeses are GONE.

    I bought "Applewood Smoked Cheddar" every single week. It was expensive for my budget, but .. it was the ONE treat that I became 'hooked on' because it is so good. The CS desk told me "All the cheese is still the same." That is absolutely not true. It is not. One of the new people there, offered me a pc of 'similar' cheese. I could not taste anything. Nothing!

    She asked me if I'd sample 'a stronger' one. I politely said "No Thanks," and stepped away.

    I have asked WHICH KING SOOPERS stores would still carry THAT particular cheese. No one could answer. I feel it is pathetic, that this so called "Big Corporate Decision" was made, bringing in a non-Colorado company, and replacing the best cheeses on earth, with a mess of crap! The cheese Saturday, was not arranged neatly in the case, and it all looked the same. From watching the Youngfield store a short time ago, taking mold off (about half of the round), and putting it back in the case turned my stomach. When mold is that thick on cheese, the spoiling has well begun.
    How DARE they?

    So, tonight, I looked at Amazon, and sure enough, there is my cheese, for $44.00 for 3.5 lbs, with $16.00 shipping, total $60.00. So, guess what?
    I will cut out everything I can get by without from my KS shopping list, so I can still get the Applewood Smoked Cheddar, and hope I can freeze portions of it. And, needless to say, I will never go NEAR the new cheese shop there, or anywhere else.

    The BIG Corporate decision was a bad one. The cheese is not good, the employees ae not skilled, the cheese is a joke, and no matter how 'BIG" the corporate decision was, it was a bad one. I'm thoroughly disgusted with "KS", and hope I can find a better place to buy food. Each week, I buy less, and the bill constantly goes UP. Getting less food for more money, and then .. they put garbage in the Cheese bins.

    Thanks, KS --- NOT. ;(

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  12. I will no longer shop at KS now that every store requires a PIN number for debit. I have shopped there for over 10 years, but I refuse to set a PIN on my cards, therefore they have effectively shut me out.

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  13. I was at the Starbucks inside the red cedar location and was told I couldn't get a refil of my coffee and without the associate calling the manager he came and told me I had to leave the store. I wasn't yelling or being offensive, I was simply telling the associate I deserved and was eligible for a refill. I was so embarrassed and shamed. This is not how you treat customers.

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  14. I am very upset with City Market's decision to discontinue Purdue individually wrapped chicken. It is perfect for working mothers trying to feed their family quickly and economically. I understand that they will replace that item with Red Bird individually wrapped chicken which I already know Red Bird is a lot more expensive. There goes the economic side of the picture. I am already shopping less and less at City Market so if these terrible decisions continue eventually I will no longer be in your store.

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  15. What in the hell! I had just moved to a new house, there is a King Soopers within walking distance so I thought I would give them a second chance being that close. Things have not changed in 10 years when I stopped going to King Soopers the last time.

    What is up with the volume of the music in the store? It is way too loud, I have been to Best Buy that were not as loud. Shouldn't the music be background noise? People go there to shop not dance.

    The isle were lined with empty boxes, some broke down some still in box shape some had one or two cans in them or half full of product. Yet there were no workers around cleaning up. Instead they were a few isle over singing, dancing, grabbing their crotches and joking around. I was unable to get to the milk and butter because of all boxes and pallets lining the isle. When I did find someone walking the isle to ask for help I was told that they were not on the clock and could not help me at that time. Is that a blow off or is there some policy in place that says an employee can not help a customer when they are off the clock. If such a policy is in place should the workers be making a line out there door instead of jaw jacking with other employees?

    The first jar of spaghetti sauce I pick up had expired by two weeks, not yesterday but two weeks ago. Should expired items be taken off the shelf? I guess the workers are to busy dancing to do something like that. What a sorry meat department. I could not find a rib eye steak anywhere, let alone someone to help me get the cut that I wanted. All the sealed packages of ground meat, beef, chicken, and turkey were bloated, like some sort of gas build up. Are you trying to make us sick?

    At this point I start to leave the store and as I walk past the checkout area I see a line of people wait for the self checkout lanes. No one working a regular checkout where one would put the purchase on the convener and a King Sooper employee would scan and bag the items. There was only one person "working" the self checkout lane. He was reading the paper instead of helping people. At first I did not think him an employee since he was not wearing the blue polo shirts like the other slackers I saw roaming the store. The only reason I was able to tell he worked there was the portable scanner he had slung over his shoulder.

    These type of occurrences do not occur at one or two stores. Ten years ago I thought that was the case so I went to several stores in the Denver metro area to see the same thing over and over again. With my job I am allowed the opportunity to travel the Front Range of Colorado and took this chance to stop at several King Soopers and City Markets and I have seen the same type of thing every were I went.

    With the lack of neatness and lack luster costumer service I wonder how King Soopers and City Market stay in business. I will do every thing in my power to avoid your stores and tell everyone I know to do the same.

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  16. My daughter works at the Cheyenne King Soopers. She is also in college while working. She works a lot of hours despite going to school, and is constantly stressed. When she tries to call out from being sick or just for a break, they threaten to fire her. Every night when she comes in, there is so much work left over from previous shifts. She never has time to get things done and then it all falls on her. I've told her to quit, but she wants an income while in school. I don't think anyone should have to deal with that treatment. Nor do I believe a college student should be punished for putting school first.

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  17. I have been a loyal King SOOPERS customer for over 20 years. Why is it that you feel that it is okay to continue raising your prices but you never have enough help in the stores? Why should I continue to pay these prices and then I have to bag my own groceries? It is very frustrating! I know my grocery bill has increased say least 20% over the last year and I get less and less for that increase. If I continue to experience this, I will be taking my business elsewhere. What happened to companies that care about their customers? Pull you head out King SOOPERS!

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  18. I would like to give a comment for 2 employees that work at the King Soopers on 84th Pecos here in Denver,Co one gentleman Tony has given the greatest service ever to me and has gone out of his way every single time I go in this store and I have gone to this store for several years because of the best customer service he gives me! Another person is Andrew a manager at this store location! They both deserve to be recognized for there great customer service Please? Thank You Tina Huckabay phone no 720-629-5231 please call me back on this!

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  19. I just returned home from shopping at my local King Soopers in Lafayette on Baseline Road where in the past I have spent hundreds of dollars monthly on groceries. The store is consistently understaffed, the customer service poor and the store is not as clean as other King Soopers. That said I have shopped there for strictly convenience. Today was different. I have never been so insulted in my life grocery shopping as I was today checking out with my groceries at self checkout. Self checkout is already the process that it is, not great. The attendant however, singled me out and while not helping, stood right over my shoulder uncomfortably close and to the exclusion of all other customers to be sure that I was paying for my groceries. Unbelievably, I am not making this up. I am a middle 30's white, professional, caucasian female on my way to work. I asked if I had done anything to warrant this and he answered "no, it's just his job to watch." Meanwhile other patrons are looking at me as he has created a scene. Meanwhile I am still just trying to pay for my groceries and get to work. I have to call a manager over to assist me in getting the man running self checkout to back off. The manager apologizes. The self attendant checkout person, is standing near by watching our conversation, still with aggressive body language. I pay for my groceries. I am shaking I am so insulted and upset. The manager takes the self-checkout person briefly into the back room. I temporarily hear load voice and he's back on the floor working with other customers? I go to the bathroom to freshen up and re-center after that unnecessary, and unwarranted experience before work. I head to my car 15 min later than planned, after having had to take the time to deal with a manager in order to not be harassed while paying for my groceries. Insufficient response by King Soopers management. A women should not be harassed in order to pay for her groceries. Hands down worst grocery shopping experience ever.

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  20. I would like a e-mail back from you all regarding a King Soopers Store on 84th and pecos in Federal Heights,Co.Asap Please
    Thank You
    Tina M. Huckabay 720-629-5231 Anytime

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  21. Employee who works for your Arapahoe Crossings, 6412 S Parker Rd, Aurora, CO 80016 location sent me harassing emails and a job offer letter from Wal-Mart.

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  22. Employee who works for your Arapahoe Crossings, 6412 S Parker Rd, Aurora, CO 80016 location sent me harassing emails and a job offer letter from Wal-Mart.

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