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Best Buy Shakopee

Store's name : Best Buy - Shakopee

Address & Contacts

Phone number
(952) 233-0387
MAILING ADDRESS
Best Buy
8100 Old Carriage Ct
55379 Shakopee

Opening Times

Monday 10:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 9:00pm
Friday 10:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday 10:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday 10:00am - 7:00pm
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Best Buy Shakopee is usually open Sunday.

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Category
  • Electrical goods & electronics
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GPS position
  • Latitude : 44.779266
  • Longitude : -93.413391

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report comment - 04/13/2018
On my way home from work today I stopped buy Best Buy in Shakopee. What a waste of time. I had two or three items in mind that I was look for info on, and possibly to purchase. When I walked in the greeter greeted me with a "Hello". A good start, but that was the last interaction I had with an employee for the 20-25 minutes I was in the store. Other than when I left, the greeter thanked me for coming. I told her "Horrible customer service. Other than you, no one even acknowledged I was in the store." Employees, 6 plus deep, standing around various stations (home theater, mobile, etc.) doing their best to ignore customers. Employees BSing, checking their phones or just standing around doing nothing. I passed 8-10 employees while I was walking around almost every department in the store and not one greeting let alone a "Can I help you?" I noticed two couples have the same customer service experience I was having. While I was being ignored looking at remote controls. I noticed a woman flag down an employee for help in cameras. Initially I thought she was kind of rude/short with him. The tone she used to tell him "No, I haven't been helped." But I began to realize her frustration. Then I noticed a couple looking at TVs. Looking around obviously needing help. After realizing help was not going to be volunteered to them. The woman walk over to the home theater station and stood there staring until the employee looked up from him laptop. "Oh do you need help?" Yes, we're looking to buy a TV." You would think in today's retail climate brick and mortars would be trying a little bit harder or at least trying. It seems like this store has just given up.

Best Buy

1354 stores Best Buy in the U.S. registered on Stores-Locator.com

Best Buy began life in 1966 as small hi-fi store Sound of Music in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The business was profitable from the first year, and founder Richard M. Schulze began acquiring other electricals businesses, buying out his partner and increasing the number of stores. In 1983, Sound of Music expanded its product range to include other appliances and rebranded… more about Best Buy

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