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265 Pond Path, South Setauket, NY | Directions   11720

40.884299 -73.102338

Open Hours

Store hours: Mon - Sat, 8am - 10pm; Sun, 8am - 9pm. Pharmacy hours: Mon - Fri, 9am - 9pm; Sat - Sun, 9am - 6pm

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More Categories: Pharmacies, Furniture, Home Furnishings, Bedding, Kitchen Utensils, Vanities, Car Alarms, Sleepwear, Hitachi, Cosmetics, Shopping, Clothing, Children's Clothing, Consumer Electronics, Discount Stores, Small Appliances, Toys, Fitness Equipment, Wholesale Baby Accessories

Bank Amenities: ATM

Payment Methods: American Express, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Photography Services: Passport Photos, Portrait Photography

Gift & Novelty Products: Wedding Party Gifts

Shopping Products: DVDs, Music CDs & Tapes

Consumer Electronics Products: Video Games

Neighborhoods: Long Island, Center Moriches


Reviews for Target

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Never shopping or any Target again – Doesn't even deserve one star. I visited the store in South Setauket, NY 2/10 around 4pm. I saw a nightstand thank I really liked but couldn’t reach and wanted to make sure the price was right. I walked around for 15 minutes looking for an employee. I saw two women and asked for their help, they cut me off and went “we don’t do that let me call someone”. So when I saw an employee that looked like he could help me I asked him if the $39.99 under it was right cause that’s pretty cheap, so he looked and said “yea I guess its on clearance” which makes sense because the one next to it also had $39.99 under it and it was broken. I also got the kid’s name, Chris, because I wanted to tell a manager how nice he was to help me after I just dealt with those rude women that worked there. So I get him to put it in my cart for me then i see a duvet cover for $12.99 on clearance so i grab it. I walk around and get some other things. When I go to check out, the Nightstand rings up $79.99. I said that was wrong and told them Chris told me it was $39.99 when I asked him to check, so they went “well its not”. And the Duvet cover rang up $59.99 and Nicolas, the front end manager said “I guess someone peeled the sticker off another one and put it on that one”. So I showed Nicolas, where I got the nightstand(the broken one was still there) and Nicolas said that’s for a different item and he can give me 10% off but can’t give it to me at $39.99 because they would go out of business if they did that and Nicolas kept telling me all the great things Target does and how they’re going to terminate Chris if its true and how he’s just a Kid that wanted to get out at 5pm. Also he was telling me how they need to make money and if they gave it to me at that price they would end up like Caldor, ect. All this happened at the register, in front of other customers, where a line was forming because the cashier couldn’t ring anyone else up. While we were waiting for the store manager, Tim, Nicolas kept telling me he can’t deal with this (insert cuss word) and he took an $8,000 pay cut to not deal with this (insert cuss word). When Tim showed up he just told me the same things that Nicolas told me and made me feel like I was in the wrong for saying something. Throughout this experience I felt like they thought I was lying about where I got the nightstand and the same with the Duvet. I feel like if I was someone in my 30s or 40s things would have been completely different. I normally spend at least $5000 a year at Target because I’ve read about how great they treat their employees and I know about all the good they do for schools and communities, but if I’m going to be treated like this I think I’ll start shopping at WalMart.

I've contacted corporate Target the day after and 3 months later I still haven't even heard anything back, I guess they really don't care about their customers

over a year ago

With its low prices and huge selection, this is truly a one-stop-shopping mecca. – In Short
Red-shirted salespeople guide shoppers through the bright, well organized stores. From housewares to lawn care, Target stores are always clean and welcoming. And with clothing lines by Mossimo and Isaac Mizrahi and housewares designed by noted architect Michael Graves, it satisfies budget-conscious college students and as well as young families.


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