www.Cvssurvey.com – CVS/Pharmacy Receipt Survey


Do you have a recent CVS shopping receipt at hand? If yes, you can check it now to see if there is a survey invitation that asking you to visit the website www.Cvssurvey.com (www.Cvssurvey.com/ff or www.Cvssurvey.com/sss) to enter the CVS Customer or Patient Care Survey. By completing the survey, you will be entered into The CVS Customer Sweepstakes for your chance to win a $1,000 cash prize.

How to enter & win:

To begin, you should find the 17-digit survey entry code from your receipt.  Then visit the above survey link and select your preferred language to continue.

On the next page, enter the 17-digit survey code to start the survey process. You’ll be asked to answer all the survey questions regarding your CVS experience.

At the end of the survey, yrovide your contact information so that you’ll be automatically entered into the sweepstakes.

Click here to start your survey now!

It will take you about 10 minutes to complete the survey and you must be 18+ to enter the sweepstakes. Visit www.Cvssurvey.com for more FAQs.

About CVS:

CVS is the second leading retail pharmacy in United States. It sells prescription drugs and a wide categorization of general products, including beauty products and cosmetics, over-the-counter drugs, seasonal merchandise, office supplies, greeting cards, film and photo finishing services, and convenience foods through their CVS Pharmacy and online through CVS.com. It has more than 7,600 stores now.

CVS stores are large & well-organized and open hours/day, which is a pretty big bonus to customers. And they all have self checkout, and the automated checkout machines are amazing especially when you can operate it skillfully. Whenever you go into a CVS location, it is never overly crowded, even at the peak of rush hours. It is another plus.

9 thoughts on “www.Cvssurvey.com – CVS/Pharmacy Receipt Survey

  • September 8, 2018 at 1:57 pm
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    Yesterday I went to pick up a prescription at CVS pharmacy at the Target store in downtown Minneapolis. There were nine people waiting in line for service. I was a bit frustrated to have to wait so long. When I finally got to the counter and told the person my name, she went to pick up my prescription. I looked at the two items and told her one was not for me. She looked a little surprised and said they must have put it in the wrong place. When she went back to get my order I waited for about 6 or 7 minutes. She came back with the order and said they had put it in the wrong place.
    This is not the first concern I have had with this pharmacy, but I was very surprised and concerned that prescriptions could be handled so carelessly. Take better care of those who use your service! If this happens again I will alert others and move to another pharmacy.

  • September 17, 2018 at 1:21 pm
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    I go to CVS\target in Plattsburgh n.y. It’s the best place for me. They text me when it’s ready. The people that work there are so nice. I would not change anything. I am very happy with the people at cvs/target. Yes I have wait sometime but I am not the one they help. Thank you all at cvs/target in Plattsburgh n.y.

  • September 17, 2018 at 11:24 pm
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    Your survey questionnaire asks for 17 numbers on the receipt but my receipt only has 16 numbers and the site won’t take those numbers and let me enter. Are you sure the website is set up correctly?

  • September 18, 2018 at 2:13 pm
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    went to pick up pills on sept.11th,had been called in night before ,was informed store was closed by customers leaving..large line of people outfront of store,not being told anything…this is a small town with low income retirees.they order scrips to the pill..usually having no overage..what were they to do,all other stores were open,guess were ill be going..went back to pick up scrips on 17th sept. when store finally opened told emergency only being done..really sad! the local people who work there are find, kind and friendly..corp.utterly failed on this one..local-georgetown,s.c. very sorry!

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