It's what you'd expect from any of these 'convenience' stores, nothing really that special about it.\r
Unfortunately, this place is worse as some of their ""specials"" are actually rip-offs. For instance, Camels are clearly marked (ie., large sign) $5.83 per pack if you buy two, but you are instead charged $12.94 rather then $11.66; it's a $1.28 rip-off (you know, theft). When I confronted this older man with glasses, he became defensive and got an attitude. ""You got $1 off!"" he says, insultingly. Like I'm the one who doesn't know what math is...\r
There was a line, so instead of causing a scene, I went outside to mull it over. After figuring the exact real cost from that falsely advertised amount, and being already frusterated with his poor excuse for service, I returned demanding a full refund. \r
""You already left the house."" he replies, denying my request. Funny, I thought this was a store. Maybe the Health Department should be notified that people are living in this place. Gross.\r
But.. Seriously? I mean, really? At this point I knew getting my money back was an exercise in futilty and left the store. It's a lesson learned: Never take the $1 off when they're slipping $2 more under your nose. Nobody should tolerate thieves, doesn't matter what form it takes.\r
There's gas stations up the road going either direction. Even with no specials you'll still get a better deal on most items. Drive the extra 30 seconds and forget this place. 7-Eleven's are definitely not too big to fail and can live with a few less customers. Obviously, I'd prefer they did fail. Lots of better stores can fill that void.
Pros: Everything you need for a quick stop...
Cons: Some prices are higher then advertised.