|Sweepstake Name||Biglots Survey & Sweepstake|
|Sweepstake Rewards||Win $1,000 Big Lots Gift Card|
|Sweepstakes Regions||United States & District of Columbia|
|Sweepstakes Deadlines||January 2020, to December 2020|
|Survey Methods||Online, By Mail|
Biglots survey Rules
- Minimum age to enter the survey is 18
- The survey is open for all the legal residence of the United States & District of Colombia
- For an online survey, a purchase receipt is required
- There is no limit to the number of AMOE entries
- Sweepstake reward can’t be redeemed for cash, are non-assignable and are nontransferable
- winners are responsible for all federal, state, local and income taxes associated with winning a prize.
- Big Lots Gift Cards are redeemable for merchandise only at Big Lots stores and cannot be redeemed for cash, for purchases of gift cards or as an adjustment to prior purchases.
Steps to take BigLots Survey
There are 2 ways to enter the survey: Online & By-Mail
Enter the survey Online
- For this entry make a purchase at any big lots store and save the receipt
- Now visit the official Big Lots Survey site at – https://survey3.medallia.com/?biglots
- Now enter the following details asked on the survey homepage (All the details are given in the receipt)
- Register ID
- Transaction ID
- Store ID
- Amount of Purchase
- Time of visit and
- Date of Visit
- Once you enter all the details click to start to enter the survey
- Answer the questions asked in the survey and also provide any suggestions if you have any
- Submit the form and wait for Sweepstakes Drawing Dates to know the winner’s list
Enter the survey by Mail
- Pick up your pen, write down your full name, city, state, address, zip, birthday, phone number, on a 3×5 card.
- Send to mail, your filled 3×5 card to the big lot’s address below;
Big Lots! Guest Experience Survey Sweepstakes Entry,
625 Panorama Trail, Suite 2100,
Rochester, NY 14625-2437
BigLots was founded as Consolidated Stores Corp. on December 13, 1967. The company is selling Food and Beverage, toys, furniture, clothing, housewares, small electronics products.
It’s is an American retail company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio with over 1,400 stores in 47 states. In 1994, Consolidated Stores Corp. acquired Toy Liquidators, adding 82 stores in 38 states.
At big lots, their clients’ point of view is very significant as they read every opinion from you; they take corrective measures and more meaningful decisions. Your suggestions and replies play substantial roles in the enhancement of big lots of services.