www.Ourbootspharmacy.com – Enter Boots Pharmacy Survey & Win Great Prizes

Posted in: Health & Beauty Survey & Rewards By on December 26, 2013

Did you purchase your prescription drugs at Boots Pharmacy store recently? Do you see the survey invitation on your sale receipt that asking you to take a short customer satisfaction survey? If yes, just go to the website www.Ourbootspharmacy.com and follow the instructions to participate in the survey, then you will be entered into a customer monthly prize draw. You will receive 1o chances to win £200 worth of Advantage Card points or a Boots £100 gift card. There will be 14 winners in each month.

How to enter the survey:

To start the survey, you should have your sale receipt or invitation card in your hand. You need to enter the 15 digit survey number on the bottom of your receipt or invitation card and click “Enter” button to start the survey. Just answer the survey questions one by one and leave your true comments. It will take you a few minutes to complete the survey.

Click here to enter now!

Please note: 

You must be a legal UK resident who are 18 or older to enter & win. Only one survey entry is allowed per household, per week.

Learn more terms and conditions from www.Ourbootspharmacy.com!

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213 comments on “www.Ourbootspharmacy.com – Enter Boots Pharmacy Survey & Win Great Prizes

  1. marti campbell

    boots pharmacy on sauciehall st., glasgow serverd by margaret who was very helpfull and friendly advantage card No 17614720

  2. marti campbell

    survey No 1800 046 7189 great service from Margaret . Very clean store.

    card No 17614720 5 glasgow sauchiehall street branch.

  3. Pat Wilkinson

    Survey No. 1507 7744 7832 689. Excellent service from Lily in Beverley High Road, Hull, today – helping me find something for problem toes!
    However my day was ruined when I found out that Darcy, the pharmacy manager, is leaving this week to a promotion east of the city. He is a breath of fresh air whatever time of day I go in – and I’ve observed his pleasant manner with ALL customers, not just me. It’s my fault he’s going: I sent in a survey report praising him to the hilt and saying that he has run such a tight ship that the girls managed to keep things flowing when he was off during/after an operation. He’ll be a hard act to follow, and will be sorely missed.

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