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Dollar Tree is in an extremely competitive industry. And in order to keep their market share, they want to know how they’re doing! So – they’re hosting an official survey called DollarTreeFeedback where you can share your experience and go in the running to win $1,000 cash every day!

DollarTreeFeedback Details

As you may already know, Dollar Tree is currently hosting a survey on www.dollartreefeedback.com where you can tell them about the recent experience you had shopping at one of their dollar stores and go in the running to win $1,000 in cash every single day! What an awesome way to take a survey and voice your opinion 🙂

Here are the specific details:

Start DateJanuary 1, 2019
End DateDecember 31, 2019
Entry MethodOnline, Mail
Entry LimitsOnce (1) per day
GiveawaySweepstakes
Prize$1,000 Cash
Prize Approx. Retail Value$1,000

Survey Rules

There’s a lot of money being given away by Dollar Tree in this survey so they’ve put together a few rules that all entrants need to follow in order to keep it fair for everyone that gives their feedback:

  • You must be a resident of the 50 United States, Canada, or the United Kingdom
  • You must be over the age of majority in the United States or Canada, or over 18 years of age in the United Kingdom
  • You must not be an employee, representative, or agent of Dollar Tree or any of its subsidiaries, licensees or affiliates
  • You must only enter the sweepstakes giveaway a maximum of once (1) per day

You’re more than welcome to read the official rules. Click here to download them.

Instructions

If you’re within all the survey rules above – congrats! You’re qualified to take Dollar Tree’s survey 🙂 Here’s what you’ll need from your receipt to take the survey:

  • The sixteen (16) digit survey code printed on the bottom of your receipt

And here’s where you might find it:

Location Of Information For Dollartreefeedback Survey On Receipt
Location Of Information For DollarTreeFeedback Survey On Receipt

Code ready to go? Nice! Follow these instructions to take the survey:

  1. Type in the official website hosting the survey (link below)
  2. Copy the survey code into the box on the first page (don’t have a code? you can still enter the sweepstakes – keep reading)
  3. If the code you’ve entered is correct, you’ll be invited to participate in the survey, otherwise, you might get an error message. Re-enter the code and try again
  4. Once you’ve made it past the verification page, answer all the questions Dollar Tree has for you
  5. Near the end of the survey, you’ll need to enter some of the following information in order to enter the sweepstakes:
    • Full name
    • Address
    • Contact details
    • Email address
  6. That’s it! You’ve just given Dollar Tree your feedback through their survey and are now in the running to win $1,000 cash! Good luck 😀

In the survey, Dollar Tree might ask you the following:

  • Were you easily able to find what you were looking for in their store?
  • Did you require assistance from one of their staff members? Were they friendly and polite?
  • How easy was it navigating Dollar Tree’s aisle? Was the store clean?
  • On a scale of 1-10, how likely is it that you’ll go back based on this experience?
  • Would you recommend this particular Dollar Tree to family and friends?
  • Is there anything they could’ve done to improve your experience?
  • Did you encounter any problems during your Dollar Tree visit?

Here’s a screenshot of what the survey looks like:

You can take the survey here – https://www.dollartreefeedback.com

Want to enter the sweepstakes without taking the survey? No problem! To enter by mail, with no purchase necessary and without completing a survey, please hand-write the following sentence “Please enter me in the Empathica Daily Sweepstakes for a chance to win one (1) Daily Prize” on a sheet of paper on which you have hand-printed your first name, last name, home telephone number, full address (no PO Boxes accepted), email address, and the name of a participating client and mail it in a separate envelope with sufficient postage to:

[Enter Month/Year]Mail-In Entry
c/o EMPATHICA DAILY SWEEPSTAKES
c/o [Enter Name of Participating Client]
511 Avenue of the Americas, #40
New York, NY
10011

or

[Enter Month/Year]Mail-In Entry
c/o EMPATHICA DAILY SWEEPSTAKES
c/o [Enter Name of Participating Client]
2121 Argentia Rd., Suite 200
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
L5N 2X4

or

[Enter Month/Year]Mail-In Entry
c/o EMPATHICA DAILY SWEEPSTAKES
c/o [Enter Name of Participating Client]
One Victoria Square
Birmingham, UK
B1 1DB

Why does Dollar Tree care?

Dollar Tree care because there’s too much competition not to. Think about it, if you or another customer had a bad experience at one of Dollar Tree’s stores and they didn’t care about your feedback, you’d make the easy decision to never visit one of their stores again. That would be unbelievably bad for their company. So – they’re showing everyone they do care about all the experiences customers have in their stores by hosting this survey, the official DollarTreeFeedback and asking all previous customer to share their experiences.

As well, the management at Dollar Tree knows how important and valuable your feedback and opinion is so they’re giving you the chance to win $1,000 in cash every day! Sounds pretty good to me 🙂

About Dollar Tree

Chances are that you’ve never been on a trip to the mall without either spotting or going into a Dollar Tree store. It currently has almost 15,000 stores across the US and Canada, that’s a whole lotta bargains to be had!

These stores are dangerous to me, every time I step in there, I suddenly realize I need a bunch of stuff that I might not actually need, but when it’s a dollar, who cares?! And that’s likely one of the many reasons why they do so well for themselves. Everything is super affordable an there’s minimal guilt! Check out April’s haul for 2018 Christmas:

What’s their history?

The story begins in 1953 in Norfolk, Virginia. A store was opened by K.R. Perry, at that time it was actually called Ben Franklin and later became known as K&K 5&10. It wasn’t until 1986 that they launched a store by the name Only $1.00 which later became the Dollar Tree we know and love today!

They started out with just 5 locations; there were 3 in Virginia, 1 in Tennessee and 1 in Georgia. They expanded rapidly and mainly were featured in malls. 1991 was when they decided to ditch their former business models and go ahead focusing solely on the dollar store idea.

In 1993 their name was changed to Dollar Tree Stores and in 1995 they decided to go public to raise themselves some funds.

1996 saw them purchase another company called Dollar Bill$ Inc. which added 136 stores in Chicago. They even took over the 98-Cent clearance centers in California in 1998, and then bought Only $One, in 1999 which was a New York-based dollar store chain.

Dollar Bill$ One Of Dollar Store's Acquisitions
Dollar Bill$ One Of Dollar Store’s Acquisitions

They bought, bought and bought some more throughout the ’00s with stores including Dollar Express and Greenbank’s. They bought so much that I can’t keep up with it!

2004 saw them open a store in North Dakota which meant that they were then officially operating in all the lower 48 states, and in 2009, they took the store online! The website was primarily for those who wanted to buy in bulk or locate stores and find out about local events etc.

In 2010 they bought a bunch of Dollar Giant stores in Vancouver, Canada, alongside a whole host of other dollar or less type stores in other provinces in Canada. They then continued to spend the best part of the last 8 years doing what they do best… yep, you guessed it! Buying more and more chains and expanding rapidly.

Fun Facts

When I was browsing the web, I found out that if you’re super lucky, you can score yourself a $1 steak from time to time at Dollar Tree – Now I am not guaranteeing how good it will be, and there are some pretty grim press articles on the quality, but, hey, for a buck it’s worth a shot right?! I’d love to hear your feedback if you’ve tried a Dollar Tree Steak! Let me know in the reviews below!

Funnily enough, despite the company standing by their $1 price point even after numerous acquisitions, if you visit one of their Canadian branches you will actually pay $1.25 for everything…maybe it’s the exchange rate *shrugs shoulders*.

Giving back

As with many big companies they do like to give back to the local community. They primarily like to focus on the areas that surround their distribution centers and ask that donation requests follow their ‘C.A.R.E.S’ principals.

Future

Looking into 2019, they are going to be renovating a bunch of stores, this actually started around 18 months ago but I’m sure you can agree that when you have 15,000 stores under your belt, half of which you’re looking to reno, it’s gonna take a bit of time…

What Do Other People Think?

Speak To Dollar Tree Feedback Team

Want to speak to someone at Dollar Tree outside of their survey? Send them a message on social media:

Otherwise, you can read their FAQs here. Or you can give them a call on 1-877-530-TREE. Want to get in touch with a store near you? Use their store locator and contact them directly.

Their head office is located at:

1330 Executive Blvd
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
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Emma Jones

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