I find when I shop at ASDA Lowestoft that the staff were very helpful, as I am disabled the use of a mobility scooter with a large basket means I can shop independently and when I have finished a porter accompanies me to my car and helps load the shopping into the boot, he then returns the scooter to the trolley point and collects my registration card from customer services for me, this card is swapped for a scooter key. They have a range of different sorts of trolleys in the entrance hall to suit different needs such as child seat trolleys, ones that clip on to wheelchairs etc.
Once in store there is an area of special promotions which changes every few weeks, on this visit it was a large selection of spring cleaning products here at special prices, and with the run up to the sports events this summer there is a range of beers on special offer, they also had offers on the ends of each aisle, along with the ongoing £1 items range.The whole shop is bright and clean and prices clearly displayed with their Roll back prices highlighted in red and yellow, There are plenty of staff who even when busy are polite, pleasant and helpful, if something was missing from the shelves they are happy to check if they have the product in the warehouse, show you were some thing is kept, or reach something of a high shelf.
Asda has a good range of clothes for all the family, electrical goods, and household items as well as a good quality range of food and drink, their extra special range is an affordable touch of luxury and the in store bakery has lovely bread. Overall shopping at asda is the best experience shopping can be for me, as a disabled person on a tight budget and the savings at Asda help stretch it further but this visit was made even better by using the gift card from product testing.