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Pick’n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey

Do you usually visit Pick’n Save? What’s your opinion with their products and service? Pick’n Save always want to hear from you. Your candid feedback is of great value for them. Upon completion of this survey, you will be given the opportunity to enter the sweepstakes.

Pick’n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey Guide

  • Visit Pick’n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey page online
  • Enter visit date and store number located on your receipt

Pick'n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey

  • Read Pick’n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey Sweepstakes Official Rules ( See As Reference Link 2)
  • Rate your satisfaction with your experience at this store

Pick'n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey

  • Answer some questions like” How many times have you visited this Rainbow in the past 30 days?”

Pick'n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey

  • To get the sweepstakes, enter your name, phone number and Email address

Pick'n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey

About Pick’n Save
The Pick ‘n Save chain, which was the backbone and propellant for growth and sale of the company in 2002 is a branch of Roundy’s Supermarkets. It was a major warehouse distributor to non-company supermarkets, including IGA, but it moved out of the wholesale market to focus on retail.

Reference Links

  1. Pick’n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey Link: www.picknsaveexperience.com
  2. Pick’n Save Customer Satisfaction Survey Sweepstakes Official Rules
  3. Pick’n Save Official Site: www.roundys.com
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Rating: 3.8/5 (51 vote casts)

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  1. Richard R. Straus says:

    I stopped in on Tuesday to pick up some of your fresh squeezed orange juice. You were out of it but I was told there would be more on Wednesday. I stopped in again one Wednesday and could not find any again. Tina remembered me from the day before and I asked
    when it would be made again. She went to check and could not find the person who does this procedure but upon returning said
    she would operate the equipment herself. I continued shopping and sure enough a couple minutes later Tina produced a fresh large
    bottle of your delicious orange juice. Now that is customer service. You have a loyal shopper now thanks to her special efforts.

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