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Old 02-04-2007, 01:23 PM
 
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Can someone tell me w/o me having to actually go into the stores? Which one is better?

SuperKmart
SuperTarget
SuperWalmart......We have one of each! Which one is best for groceries also!
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Old 02-04-2007, 01:50 PM
 
Location: Missouri
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They're all the same.
I personally prefer WalMart...it's a little cheaper than Target and KMarts seem to be dirtier. But truly, there is not much difference IMO as far as quality of service or products for sale.
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Old 02-04-2007, 01:50 PM
 
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Can someone tell me w/o me having to actually go into the stores? Which one is better?

SuperKmart
SuperTarget
SuperWalmart......We have one of each! Which one is best for groceries also!
If you live in Atlanta --the answer is simple--which one is closer.

Long lines at my particular Target.

Walmart --45 minutes away--somewhat less expensive

KMart left Atlanta --or so it seems.

I guess Walmart is 'Better'. When it is time to buy household products, etc I just accept that I will have to make a trip that I don't care to make--and stock up.

Often Kroger and Publix are the Best because they are closer and super/mega stores are located near me.

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Old 02-04-2007, 02:51 PM
 
Location: Oregon Coast
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I'd say Wal*Mart, if they have the product in stock. Products move so fast there and they don't always get back on the shelf right away. I like Target and Fred Meyers but I find prices just a little bit higher but then they seem to have more of the designer name items. More fun to shop. As for KMart, well lol, let's just say there's always a place to park.
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Old 02-04-2007, 03:09 PM
 
Location: St. Petersburg, FL
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It depends. Certainly KMart is out of the question (like seashelly said, "always a place to park").

I'd say the differences between Super Target and Super Wal-Mart are the same as the differences between regular Target and regular Wal-Mart. Target is slightly more upscale, with slightly higher prices (except they do have some really, really good clearances on clothes ). If you're just going for the basics, I'd say Wal-Mart. But Target may have some more specialized products. Honestly, though, if there were a Super Target nearby, I would probably be going there a lot more than Wal-Mart, but the closest one is 30 miles away.

But, hey. Don't tie yourself down to just one store. They both have their pros and cons, so balance it out. The only way for you to really know what's best for you is to look around at each one. And every city is different, so, it's best to just check it out for yourself.
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