Tesco Superstore — Supermarket in Bangor

We are glad to greet you!

Tesco Superstore

Supermarket at Killeen Ave, Bangor BT19 1ND, UK, Bangor, Northern Ireland, BT19 1ND . Here you will find detailed information about Tesco Superstore: address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.

Opening hours

  • Monday
    8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Thursday
    8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Friday
    8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Saturday
    8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Sunday
    1:00 – 6:00 PM


Based on 5 reviews


Northern Ireland
Killeen Ave, Bangor BT19 1ND, UK, Bangor, Northern Ireland, BT19 1ND
BT19 1ND

Photo gallery

Office photos Tesco Superstore -->
  • Office photos Tesco Superstore
  • Tesco Superstore road map
  • Tesco Superstore satellite image

About Tesco Superstore

Tesco Superstore is a UK Supermarket based in Bangor, Northern Ireland. Tesco Superstore is located at Killeen Ave, Bangor BT19 1ND, UK,

Please contact Tesco Superstore using information below: Address, Phone number, Fax, Postal code, Website address, E-mail, Facebook. Find Tesco Superstore opening hours and driving directions or map. Find real customer reviews and ratings or write your own review.

Are you the owner?
You can make a change to the company:
Edit this page

Reviews of Tesco Superstore

  • MAYA
    Added 2015.10.29
    Good service staff quick to help if they can most at least.
  • MAX
    Added 2015.08.31
    Very good store great size and good selection better than the metros by far
  • MIA
    Added 2014.10.19
    Went into Tesco tonight with my wife to get a case of four beer's and some snacks as we had planned on having a evening indoors with a few dvd's. Upon our arrival at the self-service checkout we were approached by a exceedingly rude, female member of staff who requested that I provide ID. After handing over my Driving License she continued to look me up and down, checking not only my face but my rather plump physique. Utterly baffled as to how this assessment would yield any fruit since she was supposed to be determining either the authenticity of my ID or whether I was actually 23. After checking my ID she then turned to my wife and demanded that she also provide ID, my wife does not drive and was not carrying her purse as I was the one paying for this rather unpleasant expedition to the shops. The woman then snarled, making it clear to me that she was unhappy with the offering. She then put her glasses on and proceeded to look my wife up and down in the same distasteful and judgmental manor as she had looked at me previously. She then had the audacity to ask my wife her age. When my wife explained that she was 21 years of age and I was 23 the look of complete dissatisfaction swept across her face like a black cloud across the lands of Mordor. It was at this point I knew that there was no way that I was going to enjoy my evening tipple, and would in fact have to endure the pain of Downton Abbey Season 2 Sober! I did attempt to plead with this unsympathetic woman who was clearly clinging on to the one and only shred of authority that had ever been granted her in her life. My pleading was met with a sour face and a dulcet tone that irritatingly kept reminding me of the sign saying 'Challenge 25'. This abysmal experience could only be described as the darkest hour for Tesco Springhill customer service. I do in actual fact frequent this particular branch of Tesco, purchasing my weekly shopping there. I have bought alcohol there after work on many occasions without any need for such confrontation and usually without the need for ID. It seems funny that I normally enter this Tesco in a three-piece suit after work in which case the same member of staff waves me on by with a smile, but on my past two visits in plain clothes, looking rather scruffy I would say in honesty, this lady seems to stop me and start an inquisition. I hope that this is not an indication of staff using social-economic class to determine whether it is necessary to ID and treat customers in what can only be described as a hostile and distrusting manor. I feel it is out of complete principal that I should switch to the use of M&S, as at least the members of staff there treat me with respect and whilst they uphold the letter of the law, they do not bullishly discriminate against and outright offend customers who use their service. I would appreciate some kind of response as I truly am of the belief that I am not the only one who has experienced the sharp end of this womans' tongue and the sheer embarrassment that is inflicted by her Gestapo style approach.
    Added 2014.07.07
    A big store with phone shop, Tesco Direct collection point photo printing, coin counter, battery recycling, passport photo booth as well as grocery. Has a coffee shop and customer toilets too. Nice wide aisles and good product range, easy to get around. Staff friendly and helpful.
    Added 2013.09.13
    May have given it 5 if it weren't for the unresolved 2 Sisters issue.
Leave your own review about the company:
To curtail
Please rate: