They have some great prices, but good grief it’s not worth it about 99.99% of the time. Once you pick a buggy you can’t tell it’s got a busted wheel until you roll it over two levels of cobblestone entrance tile and hit a smooth surface. By then, they are banking on the fact that you won’t care enough to exchange it. Thus, never servicing their buggies.
They always have someone begging at the entrance. If you don’t give them any money they give a condescending look and tell you to have happy holidays but they are condemning you to hellfire and damnation. The salvation army is usually out the day after Halloween out and one lady was apparently using the kettle as an ashtray. I don’t know if she was smoking a cigarette or a bong but the smoke was billowing into the solarium of vending machines.