Tesco Survey gives away £1000 gift card

Tesco provides its customers a platform (www.tescoviews.com) where they can give their opinions about the services and products. The platform emphasizes on the importance of the customers satisfaction with the company. It helps not only the customers but also majorly effect the service of the company because it helps them in knowing how well they are doing.


Tesco was founded in London in 1919 and 20s. It is located in Welwyn Garden City UK. Tesco is world’s largest retailer with almost 476,000 colleagues. It serves millions of customers in a week either in-store or online and to make their services better they made a platform to know their results. Tesco chain is operating in 11 countries of the world. This shows how big the supermarket network is. Its first supermarket was established in the 1950s. Today Tesco is well known to mostly every land of world.


To enter the survey, you have to:


There are rules for conducting any survey, the rules for Tesco Survey are:

  1. One must possess the receipt with code on it.
  2. Internet accessibility.


Tesco provides its customers a reward at the end of each survey. When you enter into the short survey conducted by Tesco, you earn 25 club card points which lead you into the lucky draw. The winner of lucky draw is given £1000 Tesco Gift Card.


Survey can be taken by going to the website www.tescoviews.com and following the simple steps:

  1. Log on to the Tesco Comment Survey page
  2. Enter the 4-digit number code located on the receipt of your shopping with Tesco.
  3. Give your feedback by writing the reviews.
  4. Enter your contact information and club card number, this will keep you in touch with the company. You can know what’s latest in the store.
  5. After that answer the questions asked by the survey.
  6. Click on “send feedback”
  7. The survey is completed.


  1. I wanted a Newburn Gluten free white loaf. After much searching in your clearly signed “freefrom” section I found the product on top of a shelving unit. It looked like it had been thrown up there with no thought about visibility for customers or indeed care for the product which is notoriously fragile.I am over 6feet tall and was only able to reach the product by standing on tiptoe.I fully
    accept that the sale of gluten free products, particularly ones not “TESCO” branded, account for a tiny element of both your stock and turnover but greater care in presenting the items would be welcome. The store is TESCO EXTRA IN LEYLAND LANCS

  2. I live in Newbury in Berkshire and use the local TescoMetro. I am disabled using a scooter and stick. I always use the self scanning service. On one particular day I used a basket and got more tham I had intended. I was struggling with the basket and a box of cat food (tescos of course!!). Cat immedialely came to help me cope with it all, even scanning my shopping and packing all my stuff as my back pain was so absolutely bad. This is not the first time she has helped me as I often need help and its so nice to have a helpful assistant and I hope she gets the recognition she deserves. The number on the card is 2927

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