i use to like cabelas until i purchased a 500$ and has a port that hook up containers and canisters but when you try to find one nobody knows where i can get one . Nobody helps whatsoever . The customer service is a joke . Probally the last time ill be shopping there. Im so glad i haven't purchased that boat from them .
Business broker's fee pitch: Cabela's opening up a restaurant with there variety of imported animal and marina meat also there own butcher shop in the restaurant.
Robert Bowers (hidden)
613 Harrison St. Pottsville pa 17901 (hidden)
Why have the stores stopped carrying many brands of hunting clothing? I visited a total of 2 Cabelas locations, and 2 Basspro locations in the past 3 weeks and none of them carry the things I'm looking for. I could not find a late season jacket, specifically Scentlok brand at any location. All of the stores also had very limited supplies of Nomad gear. A specific example would be the Dundee MI store that had full racks of Cabelas brand clothing in Western style camo. WE DON'T WEAR THAT HERE!
I do not want to purchase clothing online without trying it on first, and even if I did your selection is not what it used to be. You are no longer the worlds foremost outfitter, and it's pretty sad.
Been a long time customer. New ownership has a much different customer service philosophy. Old company was great.
After my experience today I will start shopping elsewhere. Even though Bass Pro and Cabela's are now one, we sportsmen still have plenty of other options.
Got an email advertisement that offered a store flyer. All you had to do was to enter my area code. When entered, it sent me back to the enter area code page, so I thought I'd call the Allen, TX store that is near me to let them know there of the problem with the website. Called 5 times before a person answered. The guy told me there were only 4 people working in the whole store! I asked to be transferred to the store manager so I could alert the problem with the email. I was sent to a recorded message "There is no operator available" over and over and over. Cabelas used to be customer centered, but looks like those days are gone. If no one cares about the customer, there will be no customers. What a shame my favorite store no longer exists.
Now that Capital One is managing the Cabela's Club Visa, I have experienced what appears to be a new mentality at Cabela's. Customer service and customer satisfaction is no longer a necessity for running a company. I went in to make a payment and noticed my Club Points were gone. I called and was told my account had been closed. No letter, email, or voice messages sent or received. There had been a fraudulent charge on my card that I had resolved (or so I thought) and no other communication with Cabela. When I contacted Cabela, I was directed to Capital One. I was told I could re-apply for a card. Trust me when I say this, I replaced my Cabela card with a Gander card. I can get everything I need from them.
9/20/18 As a long time customer, I am thoroughly disappointed in not receiving my order placed on 8/13/18, categorized as 'Back Ordered' , AND STILL IS ! ! ! For a hunting supply store, I would think supplies should be available for hunting seasons everywhere. Guess I'll go to your supplier and get what I need.
Long time customer who puts $70K+ on his Signature Black Cabela's card. I like their products and their store in Maine. I have little to no problems with purchases. However, I must in all good conscious cut up my card. I live in the land of LL Bean so it wont matter much to me but i just can't support their beliefs and who they support any more. Due to them advertising on Fax (boycott), their political stances, and their sale of assault weapons (yes, they are. Been hunting for 40 years and have owned and carried many, many guns. Certain weapons are designed specifically to kill lots of people quickly. They are what they are.) Sorry.
Sweet Tony, you don't know as much about guns as you think. Assault weapons are select-fire and available only to military and law enforcement in the USA. Assault STYLE weapons are semi-automatic only, usually have high capacity magazines, and are still legally available to the law-abiding citizens of this country. I know some sweet potato farmers who love their assault style rifles, because these rifles have made it possible for them to defend their property from hordes of feral pigs! They work their asses off killing and dressing these wild hogs. The meat they don't keep is donated to our local food bank. Please take the time to do a little research before you post another stupid, ill-informed comment.
mitchel,south dakota store simply put just close it down staff did not show concern of my budget except for mike in the shoe department i did spend 250 bucks on this day but i can assure you after many years of shopping cabelas in 4 different states mitchel store needs to be closewd for good or find all new employees my budget was 200 bucks i spent 250 bucks but very discouraged with staff over all will not go back any more one employee told me to go to walmart for crying out loud i believe i will take his advice your long time customer just checked out for good walmart at your employees request is where i will go from now on .
sincerly discusted customer rick
Mr. Richard Cabela, Chairman
1 Cabela Drive
Sidney, Nebraska 69160
I write to express my strong disapproval of several elements that have completely degraded any positive perception of the Cabela organization. Of recent note is a mailed advertisement "Shooting Sports Classic". This advertisement chooses a tawdry association with the 2nd amendment to further your commercialism in gun sales. To employ a constitutional amendment as a sales gimmick is a poorly thought out strategy by your ad writers. Fully, a whole page is devoted to "tactical" rifles and the extended magazines associated. Assault rifles are not needed by the true sporting person to assure a satisfactory hunt. In view of your continued marketing of these rifles, I will cease patronage of any Cabela's store.
My shopping experiences at most Cabela's stores have been very satisfactory. Over many years I have spent many thousands of dollars at Cabela's. The store atmosphere has been appealing and the personnel helpful and courteous. It is shameful that the efforts of these good people are wasted by a corporate policy that drives customers away. I will continue to discuss with my associates why shopping at Cabela's is no longer a matter my conscience can abide.
Your advertising which supports the Laura Ingraham Show further illustrates Cabela's Corporate lack of careful thought in what it stands for. The crude, racist, and low-level conversations have brought forward the idea that Cabela's will stoop to most any level to appeal to the gun crowd and those who espouse divisive political discussion.
Your former customer,
Cabelas does not sell "assault rifles'.
Your loony lib nonsense is as transparent as you seem to be.
You're attempted intimidation of threatening to not shop at Cabela's & to "discuss" this with your associates is another feeble ploy by the left.
BTW, I have no affiliation with Cabela's except as a very satisfied customer.
We must treat each other with dignity and respect. Name calling shows a lack of respect on your part.
My husband and I just cut up our Cabela's credit cards. Why? Because YOU support the NRA and their paranoid agenda. There is too much gun violence in the US. The NRA's stance is that we need more guns, not any form of gun control. We reject that argument as counter productive to a healthy society. Therefore, we will not shop at any Cabela's store, or use your credit card, until you denounce the NRA and their radical, extremist legislative arm-twisting (aka - giving money to Congressmen to not enact any sort of gun control).
cabelas sucks been club member for 10 plus years will never do business with them again they sold out to bass pro worst company ever academy here i come
I went to Cabela's this morning to get a gun cleaning kit that is on sale starting today. There were none in the store, was told that they never came in along with a hand knife I wanted. You shouldn't advertise stuff if they won't be in the stores!
I recently went to a Cabela's store to purchase a pistol. I read that Cabela's matches competitors prices and being a card holder at Cabela's i was wanting to purchase it there. The clerks(3) were standing together and one asked if he could help. I set the competitors ad on the counter and said i would like to buy this pistol for this advertised price. Immediately all 3 clerks chimed "We don't match sale prices,only regular prices." I said that didn't make any sense but they said it was store policy. I went home without buying the pistol and proceeded to look up the store policy. No where on the policy does it say anything about not matching a sale price. I called the help desk and they told me that each store can decided if they want to match prices or not. Once again the policy does not state that. The policy states that if i find a lower ADVERTISED price from a list of local competitors,which this one was on the list,we will match that price. I guess if Cabela's employees and the online help desk can't read or won't follow their own policies, then what good are they. You can't just change the policy from store to store to satisfy yourself. I shall no longer be doing business with Cabela's and i will also cancel my credit card there. It's too bad because i have been a loyal customer for over 10 years but i guess they don't care about that.
After visiting the boise Cabela's store with my girl friend she was very unhappy by your lack of hunting boots for women. This store seems to be more of just a clothing store. With a lack of hunting clothing needed for early season hunting. The clothing that is out now is more for mid to late season. Its in the 80-90 here in Aug and Sept. needless to say we left without being able to find anything for what she will need to hunt this bow season. The store outfitters as they are called should have more say in what items are in there sections since they know what seasons ect... are come up. Not someone somewhere that has no clue whats going on in the region where the store is located
Last week I chatted with someone about the ridiculous number of emails I was receiving from Cabelasyour "Cabelas Connection" newsletter. Prior to that conversation, I had tried to use the UNSUBSCRIBE link on each email and received a confirmation EACH TIME that I had been unsubscribed. But the unsolicited and intrusive email continued. I had received email on 7/26, 7/30, 8/6, 8/7, 8/8, 8/10, 8/11, 8/13, 8/13 (yes TWICE in the same day), and 8/14.
The person with whom I chatted apologized and said she would be sure that my address was removed from ALL marketing distribution lists.
Since my chat, I've received email on 8/17, 8/18, 8/20 and again just a few minutes ago. I just completed another chat and was advised the same as in the previous onethat the issue would be taken care of. Forgive me if I am skeptical.
I will no longer purchase from Cabelas or Bass Pro, preferring to purchase from other sources online. While I realize that Cabelas/Bass Pro won't notice the absence of my spending, it is the only alternative that I have.
Hello me and my husband went to woodbury's Cabela's last night in the archery Department and we had a guy help us out his name was Kevin very very very good my husband was looking to buy a new crossbow and Kevin was very good about going over the product even let him shoot it to see if you liked it I give Kevin a five Star:)
Why is Cabela's going to Capital One? Capital One has such bad reviews! Have been a customer for about 20 years and had their VISA for 15 years. Will still shop at Cabela's, but will let the new Mastercard go dormant and find another VISA card.
My last two orders have been canceled after I gave my banking info. Been a long time customer of Cabelas. Not anymore, I can see why Amazon is putting companies out of business.
Hi my name is joshua the reason im contacting your company is because my older brother has been in the armed foces for several years he recently got hurt very badly an lost the use of his arm. An may never be able to use it again. Fishing is his passion now that he cant use his arm he cannot kayak or fish. Was wandering if u would be interested in donating a peddle fishing kayak. That would brighten his life emensley. He always would go fishing in his kayak. And now is unable to enjoy kayaking an fishing. I have not reached out to any one else because i figured it would do no good. Im currently unable to affored something like that please contact me either way. (hidden). Thank you very much
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