Review: Park Avenue Coat Co

Review: Park Avenue Coat Co

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park avenue

Rockland, MA

#1 Apr 3, 2010
The worst quality jackets imaginable are available in these locations which are located right in the heart of the ghettos of two cities(lock your car as these cheapskates are two stingy to have security cameras) Dirty jackets, rips, tears, BS return policy, double billing credit cards, rude/silly sales staff.
Nothing but the TRUTH

Buffalo, NY

#2 Apr 3, 2010
get a life~really you care about coats when there are people dying every second in this world?!?!
cash money

Tonawanda, NY

#4 Apr 6, 2010
you can get better coats at the salvation army!
Happy Coat

Buffalo, NY

#5 Jan 24, 2011
I have to disagree with the above comments. I have always gotten my coats for my entire family from park avenue and continue to be very satisfied. I have always had a pleasant experience with the staff and never a problem with returns in fact they give your money back instead of a credit like most discount stores.
i totally disagree

Buffalo, NY

#6 Jan 24, 2011
I disagree.. first of all the guy from rockland, MA how would he know he doesn`t even live in New York! Secondly yes your try getting a better coat at salvation army good luck with that. You will not get the same quality as them. Thirdly that was very rude just because the are located in a certain part of a town doesnt make them a bad store. Forthly they are not "cheapstakes" if they were they would not run the 6th highest ranking coat company in the USA. Fifthly they are family owned not some franchise. Sixthly they have great service(very poliete and helpful), clean, unripped jackets, no "BS" returns and no double billing. I love Park Ave. It is a very good store and I have been going to them for over 25 years now. I will never change my opion.
Williamsville NY

Rochester, NY

#9 Feb 21, 2011
..and how much cash were you paid by their competition?
cash money wrote:
you can get better coats at the salvation army!
Williamsville NY

Rochester, NY

#10 Feb 21, 2011
It is clear the best store ever! The negative comments are proof the competition is paying cash for distorting the truth!
Andolino wrote:
<quoted text>Of course you "totally disagree." Why would the owner agree with a negative review? LMFAO!
Very Satisifed

Buffalo, NY

#11 Jan 14, 2013
I went to the Lackawanna location for the first time even though I had driven by it countless times. This is definitely a hidden gem. They had name brands at very reasonable prices...possibly past season or overstock. I went in to check out the coats they acquired through salvage from Hurricane Sandy. Many of the coats had obviously had been in water and needed to be cleaned. I snagged 3 coats for $20 each! 2 Jones of New York trench coats that I cleaned myself easily on the delicate cycle in cold water and hung dry. The other was a wool coat with genuine fix fur trim. I took the wool one to the dry cleaner. I was careful to stick to button coats since many of the zippers were corroded from the saltwater they had sat in....but for $20 you could have them cleaned and have a seamstress put a new zipper on. Their customer service was spot on too. Will definitely be back in the future!
Angola NY

Angola, NY

#12 Nov 13, 2013
I went to the warehouse sale on Oct 30, 2013. I had several purchases, including 2 sweatshirt jackets from the $10 sale rack. The 1 day sale was to give 20% off. The older woman at the desk did not want to sell the sweatshirt jackets at that price and called a man over who verified to her that they were indeed $10. I have been going over my receipt and found that no 20% off anything and she charged me $15.99 for each sweatshirt jacket. With this type of policy, I am fearful of whatelse they might do. I used my debit card and do not trust these people. BUYER BEWARE!
buffalo blue

Buffalo, NY

#13 Nov 13, 2013
i made my own witer coat out of dryer lint and it wears like iron

North Tonawanda, NY

#14 Nov 13, 2013
buffalo blue wrote:
i made my own witer coat out of dryer lint and it wears like iron
My Winter wrap is hand made as well.

I eschew dryer lint. Crusts of carbuncle, fused with hardened pus, wear like iron as well. For a toasty collar I harvest and weave wads of CindyBirds pubic hair. The fishy aroma of that collar is a constant reminder of that gaping wazoo I so much enjoy nibbling on.

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