I actually happen to like this location mostly on part because they have been utilizing the old department store style feel and organizing the store to what most user friendly for the customers. Its been a while since we were last there, but last time we were there they were working on a couple of sections of the store to put more aisles in. I do agree the bottom floor is a bit cramped but once they get everything organized and clearly labelled it should be a perfect shopping experience for a large store such as this. There is a parking garage right outside the entrance to the store and they have strategically placed housewares and normal day to day supplies like hygeine closest to those entrances. The entrances to the mall itself have more of the mall shopping items close to those entrances. On the top floor you have pretty much everything personal appearance (clothing, accessories, hygeine products, etc) and the bottom floor is more housewares, kitchen supplies, decorations, etc. This is extremely well laid out and makes any trip very quick and simple for any shopper. The staff here have always been very nice and helpful and the prices are low while keeping quality higher. They keep the shelves they have up stocked up well and there is an escalator right in the middle. The place is never crowded and there is always parking in the back. The only qualm I have is that I didn't see an elevator for carts (or maybe they hadn't gotten to that renovation yet).
Posted: 9/08/2008 • Link to this review
Since they have remodeled the Target in Grossmont Center, it always remains clean. I like the two story layout and affordability of the merchandise. Their dollar spot usually has some great deals. This Target has a Jamba Juice inside, which is a nice plus!
Posted: 5/08/2008 • Link to this review
I love their style of clothing for their prices. I do not really shop at target for anything else because I feel other department stores may have better deals. The clothing and shoes however, are the best deals in town.
Posted: 4/02/2008 • Link to this review
The shelves are always stocked with merchandise. The store is Bright with easy to follow sales signs. Staff are always eager to assist you in finding something you are looking for. Also you never have to wait in line i like shopping here
Posted: 11/07/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
My wife and I recently signed up for a baby registry with Target. We had a great baby shower. Lots of stuff we received was in fact from Target. We had several gifts that were the same. We also received things that we didn't want and wanted to return. Some of the things were off of the registry and some we got well after the baby shower. Here comes the problem. We didn't get gift receipts with all the stuff we got. Targets new policy is that you can only return things twice a year with out a receipt. Thats not that many times. especially when you have a new born baby and kids that are having birthdays and want to return stuff they didn't want. I don't know about you but I don't like to go to the person I received a gift from and ask for a receipt. in short I have always been loyal to target. I preferred them over Wall mart. I will now be very careful what I buy and probably buy allot less from Target. And I sure will not or recommend that any one register for a baby shower with Target. You cant return things and now Im stuck with stuff I cant use. Horrible Service
Posted: 10/12/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I usually don't expect much from Target as far as customer service goes, but on a recent trip to this store, I was pleasantly surprised. Everyone I encountered (even the security gaurd!!!) was able to tell me EXACTLY what isle (even down to the shelf) of whatever random items I was looking for. I was pretty impressed...
Posted: 8/20/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This target is pretty awesome low prices with a jamba juice/pizza hut inside! yum..can always find what i want and people always seem nice/helpful always go here when i can
Posted: 3/21/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review