If they had some sort of recovery program for people who are addicted to Bed Bath & Beyond, I would probably need to join. I am a huge fan of this store and visit a few times a month. It probably doesn't help that I use it as an entrance when I go to the Katy Mills Mall. It tends to get really crowded (probably because it can serve as an entrance to the mall), but they usually have plenty of registers open and you usually don't have to wait long in line.
This location is very clean and well stocked. They have all of the basics for someone who is just starting out and a number of other fun and unique items for everyone else.
I love cooking and enjoy browsing to look for new kitchen gadgets. I am also a big Rachel Ray fan and have gotten some great deals on her coupons here! This is also a great place to shop for wedding gifts or just gifts for that person who seems to have everything. During the holidays, they have a number of items that they do not typically carry such as jewelry boxes, iPod accessories, massage/spa items, and gadgets sucha s GPS systems and battery-free flashlights. They have a clearance section year-round where I have found great deals on everything from children's toys (I got my daughter a box of Disney princess dress up clothes as well as a train table for great prices after Christmas last year) to sheets, picture frames, and candles.
Their 20% off coupons are usually easy to come by. We get them every other week in the mail and they are also usually included on the back of the ads in the Sunday papers. They will also accept expired coupons and coupons from their competitors.
I enjoy Bed Bath and Beyond at Katy Mills. The store is clean, and the coupons I get in the mail(from their mailing list) get me some good deals. I like the fact that they will also take competitor coupons from Linens and Things. The lines are usually not too bad either. I usually can get in and out quickly. It is a well stocked store.