Tesco is hands-down the largest grocery retailer in the UK. One of the ways they’ve grown to become such a powerhouse is by listening to feedback provided by customers through the TescoViews survey. Keep reading to find out how you can take the survey at www.TescoViews.com
|End Date||December 31, 2025|
|Prize||£1000 Tesco Gift Card|
Tesco is giving away quite a bit of money through TescoViews, so there are a few rules you need to follow in order to be eligible for the £1,000 Gift Card prize.
First, you need to be a UK resident and over the age of 18 years old. Second, you must not be an employee or the family of an employee that works at Tesco. Lastly, you may only enter once per month, and there is a limit of one entry per household per month.
Instructions for www.TescoViews.com
Lucky you – you only need one piece of information to enter Tesco’s survey:
- The four (4) digit code printed on your receipt
Don’t worry if you don’t have one – just enter in any number and it should let you through.
Still want to use your Tesco survey code but not sure where it is in your receipt? Here’s an example:
Once your ready to go, follow these instructions:
- Enter in the official website hosting the survey or type in www.TescoViews.com to get there, or click the link further down
- Once you’re at the right page, enter in your Tesco code from your receipt. Even if you enter the wrong one, the survey system should let you in to take the survey no problems
- After the system has verified you, answer all the questions Tesco’s customer satisfaction team has for you
- Near the end of the survey, you’ll need to provide Tesco with a bit of personal information in order to enter the £1,000 giveaway:
- First name
- Last name
- Phone number
- Email address
- Clubcard number (optional)
- All done! You’ve just taken the TescoViews survey and are on your way to a £1,000 Tesco Gift Card. Good luck! 🙂
Tesco’s team behind the survey may ask questions similar to these:
- What type of grocery shopping did you do at Tesco?
- Did you go through their self-serve checkout or a normal one?
- Based on this visit to Tesco, how likely is it that you’ll recommend Tesco to friends and family?
- Were the Tesco staff helpful and friendly?
- Overall, what was your satisfaction rating with this shop at Tesco?
- Were you happy with the availability of the grocery items on the shelves?
Here are some screenshots from TescoViews.com so you know you’re at the right place:
Tesco first started in 1919 as a group of stalls in a local market operated by Jack Cohen. For 5 years it remained a relatively unknown company until Cohen purchased a shipment of tea with T. E. Stockwell and changed the name. He took the initials of T.E.S. and combined it with his last name C.O – and so Tesco was born.
The company grew massively over the next 15 years, and before 1940 Tesco was operating 100 stores across the UK. As you know, they’ve kept their expansion continuing, now operating more than 6,500 stores across 11 different countries.
Cohen was likely able to achieve such massive growth by consistently listening to his customers for feedback, much like we see here today with Tesco hosting the TescoViews survey.
Tesco’s Current Operations
Although still primarily UK’s favourite grocery store, Tesco has expanded its operations into many new industries to keep up with their ever-demanding investors.
Do you have an opinion on one of their other services outside of their grocery stores? Let them know by taking the survey on TescoViews.com
Operating such a big company comes with a big responsibility. Not only towards the shareholders and employees, but also to the wider community and environment where they operate.
That’s why Tesco has made it one of its missions to consistently give back to people in need and take care of the society where their businesses are. In 2017 alone, they donated £48 million to feed people in need. An amazing effort to showcase they’re more than just about themselves.
With that being said, they do much more than just feed people in need as well. Watch the video and you’ll definitely have your survey answers swayed when taking the TescoViews survey:
If you’d like to learn more about Tesco’s sustainability efforts, you can read about them here.
Being the largest grocery chain in the country comes with somewhat of a responsibility to promote healthy eating and living. Which is why Tesco’s maintained a longstanding partnership with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.
One of the ways they’ve been doing that is by launching the Tesco Community Cookery School. They’re aiming to help 1,000 people across the UK to improve their cooking skills and help reduce food waste. Which is quite a big problem in the UK.
In addition to the cooking school, there are plenty of videos available on Tesco’s Youtube channel showcasing easy to make, healthy recipes like this one:
P.S. Jamie Oliver would be pretty chuffed if he received a bunch of positive feedback on www.TescoViews.com so make sure to let them know he’s doing an awesome job.
Tesco has big plans for the future, but not without threats. One way they’re looking to maintain their market share if by creating a strong brand in lieu of a large number of discounters taking a piece of the pie, such as Aldi and Lidl.
As well, they’ve recently made a big commitment to an ambitious goal – aiming to be a 100% renewable energy company by 2030. If they do manage it, we’re sure plenty of customers would show their appreciation on TescoViews.
All in all, if Tesco simply continues to listen to their customer’s feedback with surveys such as TescoViews.com, the future is looking bright for the 100+ year old grocery chain.
Get In Touch With The TescoViews Team
Do you want to talk to someone about the TescoViews survey or have another question for Tesco? Head to social media:
Their head office is located at:
Falcon Way, Shire Park
AL7 1GA Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
Hi there! I’m Emma – I’m the lead editor here at Opinionr. I write about many of the customer satisfaction surveys and feedback opportunities that stores have. Stores love it when you give them feedback and often reward you for giving it to them – fantastic! Got a question? Let me know! You can check out all my posts on my profile – Emma Jones