Your last visit to Subway was nice, isn’t it? Do you you have something to tell them about?
You can now do that using their customer survey, where they are rewarding their customers for their opinions.
TellSubway is the name of the customer satisfaction survey where they’re giving away free Cookies for everyone who has registered their opinion.
|Assured Reward||Free cookie on next visit|
|Is purchase required?||Yes|
|Is store receipt required?||Yes|
Who can Enter the survey?
- All US residents with age of over 18.
- All those who have visited Subway recently and have a valid store receipt with them.
What are the Survey rewards?
The reward for completing the TellSubway survey is a FREE cookie on the next visit.
How to redeem the rewards?
It’s simple, just write down the validation code (also called subway free cookie code) on your receipt and bring it with you on the next visit to Subway.
How to complete TellSubway survey?
- Visit the official website of Tell Subway survey using the links given in this page above (the big red buttons).
- Now, on the next page, you’ll be asked to enter the store number and subway receipt number given on your receipt.
- Enter that and add the details such as date and time and click “Next“.
- Now the survey will start and you’ll be taken to a page where you’ll be asked questions based on your last visit.
- Answer them honestly.
- Now, you’ll be taken to the last page where they’ll give you a validation code, write it down on your receipt.
Subway is one of the most popular restaurant chains originated mainly in the United States. They are primarily the chief makers of submarine sandwiches (subs) and salads. Around June 2017, this single chain of the restaurant had almost 45000 restaurants all over the world half of them being in the United States. Subway’s headquarters are located in Milford, Connecticut, with five regional supporting centres.
Subway’s main attraction, of course, is submarine sandwiches, as it has been mentioned above, but also along with this, they are the makers of wraps, salads, paninis and baked goods.
Subway’s main item on their menu is the B.M.T which consists of pepperoni, ham and salami. Earlier B.M.T stood for Brooklyn Manhattan Transit, but now it stands for “Bigger, Meatier, Tastier”.
Subway also specialises in the making of breakfast sandwiches, English muffins and flatbread. In 2006, the development of ‘personal pizzas’ was made available in some stores in the United States. These are almost made like the subs but are heated for 85 seconds before serving. In November 2009, the introduction to coffee was created on the menu chart since most of the English breakfast consists of coffee.
Subway has already introduced gluten-free bread and brownies and has also reduced the salt content by 15% in most of the areas. In the United Kingdom, the salt has been reduced as far as 33% and the subway restaurants there even plans on decreasing it further. Following the policies of the Government, subway induces ‘low fat’ products in the UK.
Subway is the second largest fast food advertiser after Mc Donalds. They even went as far as of calling their products as ‘fresh food’ and freshly baked bread and are prepared in front of the customers for their very own satisfaction by some specific subway employees who call themselves ‘Subway Artists’.