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Pick 'n Pay Hypermarket - Ottery



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The Pick n Pay Group is one of Africa's largest and most consistently successful retailers of food, general merchandise and clothing.

Today, the Pick n Pay Group has a total of 775 stores, made up of Hypermarkets, Supermarkets and Family Stores (which are franchise stores). Pick n Pay employs over 38 000 people, and generates an annual turnover of USD6.76-billion.

Normal trading hours:
09:00 - 21:00
Saturday: 08:00 - 18:00
Sunday: 09:00 - 17:00

Pick n Pay Hypermarket - Ottery

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Latitude -34.0180° S 34.0180° S 34° 1' 4.8" -34° 1.08'
Longitude 18.5173° E 18.5173° E 18° 31' 2.28" 18° 31.038'
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New Ottery Road
Ottery
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 704 7600
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 704 7600

Fax No.
021 703 5533
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 703 5533

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Pick 'n Pay Hypermarket - Ottery has 3 comment/s

On 13 Apr 2011 Adam Hess said:
I went to visit your store on Monday in order to purchase a Defy Grill Microwave oven which happened to be on special at R899.00. On approaching the salesperson I advice him of my intention. He kindly also informed me of the Aim microwave oven which had almost the same features and was somewhat less in price. My wife who was with me, nevertheless decided that she preferred the Defy and we subsequently the salesman of our intent.
Whereupon he advised us that there were no longer any stock of said Defy model. Now why in heaven's name did he not tell us that in the first place. What kind of staff do you employ? We were so fed up that we just left and bought the self same model at Makro for the same price. Are you and Makro in collusion? If not please instruct your staff to be a little more considerate of their clients' needs.

On 19 Oct 2011 Tauheera said:
Please advise your web designer, to be a little bit more understanding when it comes to comments - (DON'T type your comment using only CAPS. It looks childish and it will be deleted.) Please explain that not everybody in our country knows what to do on a computer in other words not every person you meet in Southern Africa is computer literate and does not know what CAPS LOCK is or where to disable it. That comment alone could led to a potential customer feeling uncomfortable. Who does this person think he or she is to go around assuming that they are superior to the next person, there is a lot of words in the English vocab that could of been used instead of CHILDISH... I really have to admit that the service one gets out of your store is decreasing both on the web and in store.

On 19 Oct 2011 Nevil said:
Tauheera, you are obviously one of the idiots. If you opened your eyes, you might notice that this website is not run or owned by Pick 'n Pay. However, we still hope that Plak will play a small role in educating those who don't know that typing, using only uppercase, is childish.
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