Sainsbury’s is located at 289 Oxford Rd, Kidlington OX5 2PE, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Sainsbury’s and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Booneswari U

5 Google Rating

I'd say this shop is the largest of the Sainbury's branch I've ever been throughout the country. Eas

5/ 5

I'd say this shop is the largest of the Sainbury's branch I've ever been throughout the country. Easy to access the products in each aisle. Easy to search for an item using the sign board on every aisle, so you don't have to run through the entire shop for a single item.

Laurence T

4 Google Rating

Busy place here at Kidlington, every time I visit. However, you can find most things you want quickl

4/ 5

Busy place here at Kidlington, every time I visit. However, you can find most things you want quickly. The challenge, like many places these days is to exercise patience when queuing to connect to your credit/debit card.

Lee Brewis

3 Google Rating

I've just bought some flowers for my wife for her birthday. When gave the to her and she went to put

3/ 5

I've just bought some flowers for my wife for her birthday. When gave the to her and she went to put them in a vase, some of the blooms where passed their best. I returned them to the store, where I was told the flowers were ok, so I had to point out the flowers I question. Then I was allowed to change them, I feel the situation could have been handled better and an apology for the disappointed, would have been appreciated. When I buy flowers for a gift, I like to think they should be of saleable quality.

William Johnston

2 Google Rating

Very poor today. Badly stocked with fresh veg. and no Pears soap. Have been a loyal customer for de

2/ 5

Very poor today. Badly stocked with fresh veg. and no Pears soap. Have been a loyal customer for decades and considering changing my alliegance.

Simon Vass

4 Google Rating

Not bad parking in Sainsbury's get your shopping. they have a sandwich and cakes coffee shop where y

4/ 5

Not bad parking in Sainsbury's get your shopping. they have a sandwich and cakes coffee shop where you can sit relax

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