My99experience – 99 Restaurants Guest Feedback Survey

Sweepstake Name99 RESTAURANTS Survey & Sweepstake
Sweepstake Rewardsvalidation code
Sweepstake DeadlinesJanuary 2020 to December 2020
Survey MethodsOnline
Survey LanguageEnglish


My99experience Survey Rules

  • To take the survey online you will be required a working internet connection
  • Minimum age to participate in the survey is 18
  • Company employees, their affiliates and sweepstake and survey sponsors can’t take part in this survey
  • Validation code can be redeemed only one time
  • Discount coupon can’t be converted in cash and non-transferable
  • No other prizes other than the validation code will be made available
  • Basic knowledge of English language is required

Also, Check out – Fuddruckers Guestresponse – Fuddruckers Guest Satisfaction Survey

Steps to take My99experience survey Online


  • Take out your recent store purchase receipt to take part in the survey
  • After that visit the official survey site which is
  • Now on the survey homepage enter the 16-digit serial number from your receipt
  • After that enter the Server Name from the receipt and at the end Click Start to begin the survey
  • Once you enter the survey you need to answer questions. Please read directions and questions carefully and answer honestly.
  • More than one answer may be allowed and text boxes may be used.

Note – If you want the offer printed on your receipt, you will need a validation code. This code is provided at the end of the survey. Please write it down on your receipt and present it on a future visit.

About 99 Restaurant

If you are living in England then you might have heard about 99 restaurants. It’s a pub cum restaurant. 99Restaurant is a subsidiary of American Blue Ribbon Holdings, LLC.

Charlie Doe Who has founded the chain had an idea to create a restaurant that was more than a place that served great food. Charlie wanted to give locals a place where they’d always feel at home. A place where they could get no-nonsense food at down-to-earth prices, and where they’d be treated right by people who had a passion to serve.

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