Survey Offer: A validation code
Survey owner: Wetherspoon
Survey website: www.mypubfeedback.com
Wetherspoon Customer Satisfaction Survey Guide
Wetherspoon is looking forward to hear your comments about your recent visit there. Tell them what you think about them and win the prize for your next visit.
- Wetherspoon Customer Satisfaction Survey Offer
- A validation code
- Wetherspoon Customer Satisfaction Survey Rules
- You should be customers of any JD Wetherspoon venue who are the residents of Great Britain aged over 18
- Employees are not eligible
- Code is not transferable
- Wetherspoon Customer Satisfaction Survey Entry Wayd
- Make any purchase at one of the JD Wetherspoon venues from 25 the March 2013, retain your receipt and visit www.mypubfeedback.com to complete the survey
- How to Participate in Wetherspoon Customer Satisfaction Survey Online
- Visit the survey page www.mypubfeedback.com
- Read the Terms and Conditions
- Enter the Pub Phone Number
- Enter the receipt number
- Select the date and time of your visit
- Click the “Start” button to move on
Wetherspoon Customer Satisfaction Survey Requirements and Common Issues
- You need to have a valid Wetherspoon receipt.
- You should have a computer with internet access and full function web browser support. Download the latest version Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
- Do not use “Back” and “Forward” button on your browser navigation bard, only use the navigation buttons on survey page, or else you may loose your survey data and can not finish it.
About JD Wetherspoon
J D Wetherspoon plc (commonly known as Wetherspoon’s) is a British pub chain with headquarters in Watford, Hertfordshire. Founded in 1979 by Tim Martin, the company owns 880 outlets. The chain champions cask ale, low prices, long opening hours, and no music. The company also operates the Lloyds No. 1 nightclub chain and a modest number of Wetherspoon Hotels. The chain has become known for converting large, unconventional premises into pubs, including cinemas, post offices, and banks, such as The Standing Order in Derby and Becketts Bank in Leeds. Premises tend to be large by British pub standards, and utilise an open plan layout.