"Great food, great prices and friendly staff!"
"Really Appreciate the service and being able to find the groceries easily."
"Don't ever use there money services/customer Don't care services!!"
So quick check out, that’s the Kingsoopers here ,desk service is amazing good people fast service, Floral section organized,amazing, then fresh produce , juice, meet, cake , bread , Donuts always fresh, shelves full, doesn’t matter come morning or evening always full and full of costumers and Local produce found always here (Thank you king Soopers))
Awesome store, great selection of dairy free alternatives and other healthy options for people with allergies. The prices are comparatively good... but could be better.
Definitely one of the better King Soopers I've been to. The store was organized and clean. It seemed to be staffed well.
The latest and greatest straw thats breaking my back with this place is frozen eggs. I dont even know how they managed it. If you really want the King Soopers shopping experience, my advice is to burn some money, starve yourself, and save yourself the drive.
The self checkouts are a pain. They're so sensitive now and constantly need someone to come over and allow you to keep scanning. I guess they're going over board on trying to crack down on people stealing food, but it's become ridiculous. I feel like a criminal every time I shop here, and it gives me a lot of anxiety.
Managers try not to identify themselves and duck responsibility creating excuses and not Solutions. Even something as easy as to direct me to the vendor responsible. So many third-party vendors, that I guess rent space in the front of the store, cannot be held accountable after money is lost. The place is ransacked anytime after 3:00 p.m. I literally have a center console full of rain checks. The water machine has been down for a month. The produce especially the onions and more often the potatoes looked as if they've been in warehouses since covid started. The store has closed at 11:00 p.m. since the pandemic and as looks of it still can't get caught up with a proper stock and front and face. I became a Costco member 3 years ago, and working in Centennial driving past so many other supermarkets I hold my loyalties here. This store continually gives me more and more reasons to shop elsewhere. As a member of the public to see unions Prevail strike after strike but customer service continue to fail and get worse, I don't know who's winning here. Definitely Walmart
This is probably the worst king Soopers I’ve ever gone to. In one trip from MY LIST I found several expired/rotten items… I could only imagine how much else is expired… this place should close down… 1 thing, I get it mistakes happen… but not this many out of my stuff alone… check the expiration if you shop here… 1 year past its Best Buy date… yikes
Home town grocery style. All shelves full. Not a huge selection on cheeses but it had options. Good service.
Bait and switch; repeat ad infinitum. I wanted some kosher salt, so I looked online. King Soopers offers its own brand at $3.49 for three pounds, so I went there. The store just happened to be out of its own brand, but it did have Morton kosher salt for $.50 more, only I don't believe this is a coincidence, because something similar happens all the time when I shop for groceries. When I got to the register, the Morton salt just happened to ring up for $.30 more than the shelf price, only I don't believe that is a coincidence either, or that it should be attributed to a supposed labor shortage. It's long, long past time that Attorneys General acted against gouging grocery store chains! If they offer goods for sale at a particular price, they should stock those items at the advertised price or be heavily penalized.
Always good price neat and clean store love it keep shopping there ..........