Win $500 Talk to Giant Foods Survey Sweepstakes
- Enter online at talktogiantfoods.com
- The Giant In-store Customer Satisfaction Survey Sweepstakes will provide a chance to win a $500 gift card
- TalktoGiantFoods.com is sponsored by Giant of Maryland LLC, who are based at 8301 Professional Drive, Landover, MD 20785
- No purchase is required in order to enter
How to enter Talk to Giant Foods $500 Survey without purchase?
Contestants can enter by making a purchase and following the instructions provided on the customer receipt or enter via US mail. In order to enter via US Mail (the without purchase method) please write to: “Giant In- store Customer Satisfaction Survey”, PO Box 10430, Rochester, New York 14610 and include a 3 x 5 index card with the contestants name, address, phone number, date of birth, and a valid email address along with proper postage.
How to enter with purchase?
Simply visit talktogiantfoods.com and take the survey.
Who can enter?
The Giant In-store Customer Satisfaction Survey Sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry. Employees of Giant of Maryland LLC and their immediate family members are not allowed to enter.
Need to know information (TalkToGiantFoods.com Terms)
- Contestants are allowed to submit five envelopes for each Entry Period of the Sweepstakes
- There will be five winners each entry period where the winners will take home a Giant Foods gift card valued at $500
- Total value of all gift cards to be given away each entry period will equal $2500
- Only one $500 gift card prize is allowed per household
- All entries received after the Sweepstakes Period for the Online Survey and the received by date for the AMOE are ineligible to win
- The lucky TalktoGiantFoods $500 gift card survey sweepstakes winner will be notified by email, or phone, on or about two (2) business days after the drawing date for each Entry Period
Where to view the winners?
Those who would like to peep a list of winners associated with the sweepstakes can write to: “Giant In-store Customer Satisfaction Survey Rules Request”, PO Box 10505, Rochester, NY 14610… please include proper postage and a return address.
What is TJX stand for?
The TJX Companies, Inc. (abbreviated TJX) is an American multinational off-price department store corporation, headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Is TJX the same as TJ Maxx?
TJ Maxx is an American department store chain, selling at prices generally lower than other major similar stores. ... The company is part of the TJX Companies, which also owns HomeGoods/HomeSense and other off-price retail chains Sierra in the United States, Marshalls in the US and Canada, and Winners in Canada.
Can I shop online at TJ Maxx?
Not only can you shop online at T.J. Maxx and Sierra, but you can now shop on Marshalls.com for all your favorite clothing, home decor, shoes, and more.
Why is TJ Maxx so cheap?
TJ Maxx is able to keep its prices low using a number of different strategies. According to the company, much of it comes down to the way TJ Maxx buys its merchandise. It purchases stock from manufacturers that make too much and department stores that overbuy, and it jumps on deals at the end of the season.
Where is Lucky's market based?
U.S. Lucky's Market is an American supermarket chain started in Boulder, Colorado. Founded in 2003 by Bo and Trish Sharon, the chain focuses primarily on organic food. Since 2016, the company has been partial owned by the Kroger supermarket chain.
Does Lucky's have sushi?
Come hungry. Besides the prepared foods, Lucky's offers a sushi and made-to-order ramen bar, pizza joint, breakfast and lunch hot bar, salad bar, olive bar, and juice bar.
Does Lucky's market take EBT cards?
Most Lucky's Market grocery stores accept EBT, customer service told us. ... EBT cards work like debit cards to make eligible food purchases at participating stores. SNAP-approved purchases include: Breads and cereals.
Is Lucky's Market Organic?
Lucky's has a mix of organic and non-organic produce. The USDA-certified organic items are often together on the same table. Every Sunday, all organic items are 10 percent off — unless they're already marked down.