Sainsbury’s located at 39 The Village, Haxby, York YO32 2HU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 819222

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August Patist

5 Google Rating

When I go to Sainsbury's it often is for something special. I've been going to Sainsbury's for years

5/ 5

When I go to Sainsbury's it often is for something special. I've been going to Sainsbury's for years now, and never have been disappointed at all. And while you're there, don't forget to get your fuel there as well. And the good thing is that you save when you buy

liz lindley

4 Google Rating

Generally very good bout shelves poorly stocked with croissants and similar at 9.30 this morning. An

4/ 5

Generally very good bout shelves poorly stocked with croissants and similar at 9.30 this morning. And why no basic men's socks? We don't need black tights (most of us, anyway). NB - review written from the male side of the family.

Vix akaTonica L-H

1 Google Rating

Staff very rude to my disabled mum today and made my elderly mum walk a normal check out. She cann

1/ 5

Staff very rude to my disabled mum today and made my elderly mum walk a normal check out. She cannot lift anything trolley so I had do it which im not much better either. No sorry just from the checkout supervisor called Nicki. Her word I cannot serve you here you have go a normal checkout. Lack customers service, lack service. I'm discusted in her whole attitude Usally pretty helpful in sainburys in Haxby not today towards my mum ...

Valerie Bedford

3 Google Rating

Some staff are very snooty and unfriendly but others are great. I do feel as a customer going in the

3/ 5

Some staff are very snooty and unfriendly but others are great. I do feel as a customer going in there that I am a nuisance at times! They are always so busy and queues can be horrendous.

Phil Back

2 Google Rating

Cluttered with empty trays and unshelved stock presenting a tripping hazard. Poor choices for the t

2/ 5

Cluttered with empty trays and unshelved stock presenting a tripping hazard. Poor choices for the things I wanted. Two everyday purchases not available.

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  • Friday08:00 - 22:00
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