Dunkin Donuts Guest Satisfaction Survey – www.telldunkin.com

The Dunkin Donuts Guest Satisfaction Survey is not another survey with the chance to win a large grand prize, nor does it enter you into a sweepstakes to win any other prizes. It simply offers you a free donut for your next visit to Dunkin Donuts.

The Dunkin Donuts Guest Satisfaction Survey allows you to give valuable feedback to Dunkin Donuts on it’s store and products directly. This does not mean you shouldn’t go to the website at www.telldunkin.com and give feedback, by all means give feedback to Dunkin Donuts, even if you have not had a good experience shopping at Dunkin Donuts your input will help Dunkin Donuts to improve it’s store and products.

To complete the survey you need to have a recent receipt, then you simply enter the store number and some other basic information found on the receipt to validate your entry into the survey. The survey is also available to be completed in English and Spanish languages and can be completed by residents of the US.

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3 thoughts on “Dunkin Donuts Guest Satisfaction Survey – www.telldunkin.com

  1. On 06/07/2013 at 9:45pm me and my family went into Dunkin Donuts to purchase donuts and a meal with drinks and ice cream. After recieving our drinks we got 2 ice tea and they were sour so we returned them and we were told that they were closing to nite and they were not making any more tea. So after she was so rude we got what we had purchased and left. PLU#201 THEY NEED SOME HELP ON PEOPLE SKILLS! VERY VERY VERY VERY RUDE!!!!!

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