www.Talktowendys.com – Wendy’s Receipt Survey

Wendy’s offers a variety of burgers as well as chicken and fish sandwiches. You can order any item from the menu made according to your specifications. It also offers a variety of salads, choice of low cost meals, baked potatoes, and the famous Frosty Parfait. Wendy’s provides several special combos that allow customers to choose a sandwich, a side dish and a drink at deep discounts.

Wendy’s is launching a customer satisfaction survey to collect your feedback about their foods and service. Just go to the website www.Talktowendys.com and follow the instructions to complete a short  survey, you could receive a free burger or money off coupon for your next visit.

How to complete the survey?

To enter the survey, you should have a recent Wendy’s receipt at hand. If you have one, open the website www.Talktowendys.com now!

You will be asked to enter the 8 digit store number, date of visit, amount of the purchase and your email address. Please make sure your email is valid because  they will send the validation code to you via the email.


Then you should follow the on-screen instructions to answer the survey questions. At the end of the survey, you will receive an unique code that can be used to validate your receipt as a coupon.

Once you get the code, write it down on your receipt. Then take it to your nearest Wendy’s restaurant to redeem the offer.

Enter the Wendy’s receipt survey  now!

Following are latest Wendy’s coupons special offers you can redeem to save your more money on their foods, including burgers, cheese fries, sweet potato, biscuit, and more.

Wendy’s $1 OFF coupon – Sign up for My Wendy’s and receive a $1 off coupon for your next visit.

Purchase a Frosty Key Tag and use it to get a free Jr. Frosty – Offer expires 12/31/2015.

6 thoughts on “www.Talktowendys.com – Wendy’s Receipt Survey

  • April 15, 2015 at 4:44 pm

    I went in the drive thru on Monday around 6:00 and despite it being very busy, I still got my food relatively fast. My food was hot & the sandwiches were not a mess. Also the girls in both drive thru windows were very friendly & especially nice to my child. Great experience compared to other drive thrus.

  • May 28, 2015 at 1:21 am

    I went to the Sturbridge Wendys. the cashier Tyler was polite and Quick. He was also very Friendly. I will go there again

  • June 26, 2015 at 9:04 pm

    I have completed the survey and am waiting for a confirmation number on my e-mail. My e-mail address is sewhappy33@comcast.net. Please send a confirmation number to apply on my
    receipt. As yet I have not received the conformation number.

    Thank You

  • June 29, 2015 at 8:57 pm

    when to Wendy’s today got my order wrong .the employs need to paid more attention .

  • July 26, 2015 at 10:39 pm

    went thru the drive thru in Augusta Ga on peach orchard rd on 7-25-2015 the girl Charlotte W was very very rude and hoodish she was waiting on me and mumbling to herself out loud about the customer behind me if you don’t like your job quit nobody made you come to work if you can get a tattoo on your neck surely you can handle a little drive thru pressure I would have done this survey on line but the numbers on the receipt was verily visible change your tape and get some ink so your manager can know what’s going on

    • September 26, 2015 at 1:01 am

      Dear Mrs.Turner, I have an inquiry as to whether you have had experience working in the food service industry that perhaps you’d be willing to share with us. If you have, what was it like? What were your responsibilities, and the corresponding consequences for not completing said tasks? There is no excuse for her rude attitude and poor customer service, I agree with you 100%. However, I urge you to ponder the cycle of unsatisfactory human interaction and how one might break that cycle. Don’t get me wrong, I have no skin in the game, and am not taking sides. However, I think it should be said, that while you may have been completely undeserving of her foul attitude, it is quite possible that there are greater forces at play here. I can say from personal experience that the first thing to whither in the heart of a food service employee is the ability to see the good in every human being. Usually this is after being treated like a vending machine for so long without the slightest attempt to acknowledge the dignity of the fast food workers humanity. To be fair, most of the time the cycle is too far along to really resolve by oneself. For example, you walk in as a customer, and you try to be nice and polite and smile as you order, yet you are met with the same awful service. The natural response would be to think, “well that was pointless, never bothering to exert that effort of kindness again”. Thus, the vicious cycle continues. Conversely, in another scenario the customer could walk in surly and bitter, only to be greated by the most genuine altruistic fast-food server, but to no avail. Those losses we all suffer, unless endured, will discourage us from ever breaking that cycle of rude and mindless interactions.
      But…i’m rambling. if you read this entire thing, cheers and hope it was partially informative at best, and at the very least entertaining.
      – someone behind the counter

Comments are closed.