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Clines Corners Gift Shop, Clines Corners

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
2.1/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • The Clines Corners Gift Shop has been at this location for many years. It's considered one of the stops along Route 66. Actually it's just off of I - 40, which is the highway that replaced Route 66. I...  read more »
  • We always stop here for gas when were in the area it's not the easiest place to get in and out of. We do enjoy taking a little peek at what they have on display and maybe having a snack. However, thei...  read more »
  • Clines Corners is simply a roadside stop to get gas and a souvenir if needed. They have clothing, jewelry, food, candy, toys and what I was looking for moccasins that were a little less than the ones ...  read more »
  • Stopped for gas August 1, 2016. No signs with the price. After waiting in line for a pump, we find it's 2.49 a gallon for regular. We have been traveling from SC to CO since June 15 and were on our way home. This is the most we have paid anywhere! Prior to this place, the most we paid was $2.29. We only put 20 gallons in our motorhome. We stopped at a Flying J in Tucumcari and paid $1.82! That's a HUGE difference. THIS PLACE IS A RIP OFF!
  • While I don't doubt the stories posted in some of the negative reviews, I found this place overall a fun stop. The store is fairly large and has a lot of unique items. No, it's not the cheapest, but I haven't found any stop with items they sell here for any less. It had a fun atmosphere, and no, the parking lot was not in the best condition. I have been treated much worse at other places along the 40 in New Mexico, so this is actually one of my preferred stops.
  • I love the place. If you treat people nice, you're also treated nice. Sometimes, you don't need to be the one waiting for a greet. Try saying something first, and see what happens. Lots of gifts, great cook and fairly priced.
  • Average selection of Native American Items/souvenirs ...rather pricy for the quality. Bathrooms are clean. Linda the cashier was NOT friendly. After my purchase the main door going into the souvenir shop was locked and she told me I would have to exit the door of the adjoining gas station and walk around the building. I told her I just saw her let another guy exit the main door. She said she was not suppose to unlock the door but she would. They close at 8:00 and it was 7:40. After I went out I took a pic and at the same time she let 3 guys out the main door...go figure. So...don't expect courtesy here.
  • We stopped here for the first time tonight. We will NEVER stop again! The parking lot is in absolute terrible condition! The large gentlemen sitting behind the cash register exhaled loudly when we approached the counter. He must not realize that, without customers spending money, he would not have a job. We were going to buy drinks, food, gas, and snacks for the road but, when the large guy stated quickly and firmly that we can buy scratch off lotto tickets there but WE CAN'T cash in a $2 ticket there, we dropped all of the items we had and drove to Albuquerque! Dear Owner: Get better employees or, people will decide to spend their money elsewhere like we did!!