Participate in Customer Survey at KrogerFeedback.com

Krogerfeedback is a customer satisfaction website where the customer gets to air their views and not only improve the quality of products and services offered but also gets an opportunity to win a Grand Prize of $5,000 in Kroger gift cards or 100 First prizes consisting of $100 Kroger gift card.

12 thoughts to “Participate in Customer Survey at KrogerFeedback.com”

  1. i don’t understand what is going on with Coffeemate original at store 5911 S. East Madison Av. Indianapolis, In.
    The last 3 times that item has been sold out. If it sells that well why doesn’t someone order more?

  2. Came away from our local QFC supermarket (17847 1st Ave S, Burien, WA) really disappointed that it stopped stocking my favorite pasta brand, De Cecco. I hope this was just a mistake, as now I will have to find other stores where this brand is carried. This is one of at least several brands for which I have had to go to other stores to buy after they disappeared from QFC. Just another disappointment in QFC/Kroger, as I am food brand faithful, not supermarket brand faithful. I am THAT CLOSE to not shopping at QFC.

    BTW, I find that I can buy De Cecco on line from Amazon. That will work for me.

  3. I really like my savings at the Kroger’s stores. What I don’t like is in order to get those special savings you can’t be in rush or tired. It’s like a 3rd job running up and down the isles then back again ,counting your 4for4, 5for5,10for10. Keeping them separated so you can keep up with them while finding and controlling those digital and paper cutout and printout coupons and that’s spending two hours prepping your shopping list before leaving the house. I’d like to be able to get that special buy without having to count.shopping used to be my easiest choir and it was nice to get away. Now I dread it.

  4. I like earning rewards and of course everyone likes winning money; however; I had difficulty finding the actual survey and gave up due to the amount of my time being wasted but then today you guys saw this and lead me back. So thanks.

  5. I WAS DISPLEASED WITH A VISIT TO KROGER IN LANETT, AL. I WAS TOLD IT WAS A KROGER’S POLICY VERBAL ONLY ONE FRI/SAT TRANSACTION PER HOUSEHOLD. NO SIGNS OR NOT PRINTED IN ANY OF THEIR SALES PAPER. HAD THE PLEASURE OF A CASHIER TELLING ME I CAN’T DO BUT ONE TRANSACTION, PER KROGER POLICY”

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