Safeway does not even earn 1-star, I purchased a $50 iTunes gift card on 12/24/2008 for a Christmas gift. The code and some of the info on the back of the card was smeard, making the card useless, clearly a defective card. Thinking no problem, took the card with receipt back to the Renton, Safeway. After numerous attempts, I finally was able to talk to store manager Brett, who pretty much told me that ""they could not eat the $50, and did not take returns, exchanges etc., on gift cards. And to prove his point, Brett took a $15 and $50 gift card, used a pin and finger nail to scrape the patch to reveil the code, proving the cards worked. Ok, so you would not ""eat"" the defective $50 iTunes gift card, but prove what point wasting $65 on the other two. I called Safeway's customer service, iTunes, Apple, emailed iTunes and followed the ""invalid code"" instructions, nothing. All keep pointing the finger to the other guy, none have honored the defective smeared $50 iTunes card. Save your money, do not give it to the greedy corporations like these.
Cons: bad customer service, defective products