Walgreens

★★☆☆☆
  • 12405 NE 85th St

    Kirkland, WA 98033

    Map & Directions
  • 425-822-9202

About Walgreens

Categories
  • Pharmacies
  • Convenience Stores
  • Photo Finishing
  • Beauty Supplies Stores
  • Beauty Supply Sales
  • Cosmetics
  • Perfume
  • Greeting Cards
  • Stationery Stores
Details
  • Vitamins
  • Wheelchairs
  • First Aid Supplies
  • Greeting Cards
Hours
M-Su 24hr
Year Established
  • 1901
Keywords
  • Pharmacy
  • Photo
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Check
  • Apple Pay
Services
  • Photo
  • Flu Shots
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I had two severely broken arms this past Summer and would have my doctor phone in my prescription for pain medicine here. I relied on others for a ride to the store, so sometimes I would stop the day before my prescription was actually set

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I had two severely broken arms this past Summer and would have my doctor phone in my prescription for pain medicine here. I relied on others for a ride to the store, so sometimes I would stop the day before my prescription was actually set

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I went down to the Kirkland, Washington Walgreens to pick up some milk. The 2 gallon size milk was on 3 shelves 1%, 2% and Homogenized. Hiding the price of the 2 gallon prices were yellow tags with a BOLD $1.69 which was reasonable since it recently was on sale for $1.99 per 2 Gallon. Needless to say, the milk rang up at $2.69 per 2 gallon. The checker had the ""assistant"" manager check the price and he came back and said the fine print on the yellow tags said 1 Gallon and offered no apology. The 1 gallon milk was nowhere near the $1.69 tags and when I showed the ""assistant"" manager (Tori) he rambled about customers messing with the prices but made no effort to remove the prices until I mentioned FALSE ADVERTISING! which was when he removed the $1.69 tags which revealed the actual price of the milk. The $1.69 tags were stuck on so well that they broke up when he removed them which meant they probably weren't ""messed with"".

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I went down to the Kirkland, Washington Walgreens to pick up some milk. The 2 gallon size milk was on 3 shelves 1%, 2% and Homogenized. Hiding the price of the 2 gallon prices were yellow tags with a BOLD $1.69 which was reasonable since it recently was on sale for $1.99 per 2 Gallon. Needless to say, the milk rang up at $2.69 per 2 gallon. The checker had the ""assistant"" manager check the price and he came back and said the fine print on the yellow tags said 1 Gallon and offered no apology. The 1 gallon milk was nowhere near the $1.69 tags and when I showed the ""assistant"" manager (Tori) he rambled about customers messing with the prices but made no effort to remove the prices until I mentioned FALSE ADVERTISING! which was when he removed the $1.69 tags which revealed the actual price of the milk. The $1.69 tags were stuck on so well that they broke up when he removed them which meant they probably weren't ""messed with"".

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This is a great store to shop in. There are always bargains to find. One time the saleswoman in cosmetics pointed out a great sale to me and saved me so much money. They are so helpful in this store.

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★★★☆☆

This is a great store to shop in. There are always bargains to find. One time the saleswoman in cosmetics pointed out a great sale to me and saved me so much money. They are so helpful in this store.

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