Whatever you do, don't buy more than you can carry because they don't allow the carts outside. After I shopped till my cart was over flowing and stood in line, got rung up then was told that I couldn't take the cart out. I asked how I was suppose to get my stuff to the car and he shrugged his shoulders and said , don't know, that's what they told us to tell everyone. When they saw I was mad they offered to have the cashier carry my stuff out. I refused , said I'd do it myself and the cashier actually tried grabbing stuff out of my hands! As I left (carting my own stuff) the door man said oh well with people like her just don't worry about it! I just wanted to get my money back. The bad thing is I have a $200 lay away there also! I just don't want to even step foot in that store now! Hate it!!! Rude , mean people!
actually they have that you can't take the cart out for a reason. It's part of loss prevention. They sell enough little things for them to worry about their overhead. Thieves like to go in and 'cart up' as they head out the door with stolen merchandise. Ross, Marshall's and TJMaxx all have this system as well. The cashier is only doing what she was told, even though she may not know the facts of why they don't allow the carts outside, she is keeping her job and therefore the economy going as well. It's not a slight against you, just a misunderstanding. Next time when you get irked say, 'then here. you take this bag and ill take these to my car.' then you have some baggage handlers that might not need to be tipped due to store policy. Good luck!