McDonald’s is often seen as a landmark in any town or city, being in the center of attention and for one good reason – due to it’s fast, affordable and good tasting fast food style restaurant which is available up to 24 hours a day dependant on your location. Since 1940, the company has continued to build its brand in a progressive manner ensuring customer satisfaction is at the core of its business model.
If you have recently visited a McDonald’s location in the UK and have kept your receipt then you can take part in the McDonald’s Food for Thoughts feedback survey to get a free voucher code to get a Big Mac & Fries for just £1.99. The survey doesn’t take longer than several minutes to complete.
We’ll show you how to get started in just a few simple steps below;
- Head over to the official survey website found at www.McdonaldsFoodForThoughts.com.
- Find your receipt and enter the 12 digit survey code found at the top of your receipt and enter the amount spent on your recent visit.
- You will be asked a series of questions about your visit, try to answer these as honest as possible as it will help the company improve the products and services available to the public.
- Upon completion, don’t forget to write down your voucher code to enjoy the special discount on your next visit to McDonald’s.
Whether your recent dining experience was good or bad, rest assured your opinions will be heard and are valued to ensure customer satisfaction is delivered across all of it’s restaurants.
Terms of Entry/Requirments
- You must have a valid receipt from your recent purchase at a participating restaurant.
- Entrees must be 16 years of age or older and are limited to one person per day.
Where to find more information about McDonald’s
Following the company online via Facebook or Twitter is the best way to keep in touch with the company and offers available in your location. Mobile users can enjoy access deals, the online ordering system and more via the mobile app for IOS or Android.
US customers can take part in the MCDVoice.com survey.