Participating in the Walgreens Listens survey gives customers the chance to share their feedback about their experience and could also enter them for a chance to win a prize. Before entering, it’s important for all participants to understand the rules of the sweepstakes so that they can make sure they’re eligible to participate.
What are the Sweepstakes Rules for the Walgreens Listens Survey?
The sweepstakes are open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are 18 years old or older at the time of entry. Employees of Walgreens and its affiliates, subsidiaries, divisions, advertising or promotion agencies involved with this sweepstake or members of any such employee’s immediate family (spouse & parents, siblings & children) are not eligible to participate.
The sweepstakes will have multiple entry periods throughout the year. If a participant enters during one entry period, they will not be eligible for subsequent entry periods unless they enter again during that period. Winners from each previous entry period will be announced prior to the start of the next entry period.
How To Enter
To enter, participants must complete and submit an official survey form with a valid receipt from a participating Walgreens store. Participants can fill out up to two surveys per month during each entry period but are limited to one prize per person per entry period. All entries must be submitted before midnight on the last day of each entry period in order for them to be considered for that particular drawing.
By understanding these rules and regulations, you can make sure you are eligible and able to participate in this sweepstakes without any issues on www.walgreenslistens.com. Remember that you must provide honest feedback when completing your survey and that anyone submitting false information may be disqualified from entering or receiving any prizes won as a result of participation in this survey or promotion. Good luck.
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