We have a new survey. This time, it’s the Banana Republic survey.
Did you ever feel like you are in a big banana republic? No, I’m not talking about the US. Or any other country for that matter. I’m talking about the actual Banana Republic stores. Of course, that’s because their locations usually have so much stuff, you’re often lost and bewildered as to the options of clothing you could actually buy.
I don’t know exactly who came up with the idea that the store is called the Banana Republic, but the implications behind such a name are too complicated to go into.
In fact, Banana Republic is a dash of style in a world dominated by GAPs and other, mainstream stores. But oh wait! What’s this? It appears that Banana Republic is a subsidiary of GAP, Inc. However, the mother company knows well how to manage its business. So much so that it aims at different targets for all of its stores. What would be the Banana Republic target then? Well – people who like to dress like the whole world is watching. Sophistication, class – ideas that the average consumer doesn’t necessarily grasp. But then again, he/she isn’t a patron of the Banana Republic.
And us patrons, we now have the chance: with the new Banana Republic survey, things seem like they are falling into place. If you had problems with customer service, mention that in the survey. If you had a bad experience with the products you bought (however unlikely), you can complain about that as well.
The best part: you may even get a reward after you’ve completed the forms. What are you waiting for, then?
Banana Republic Survey Tips & Rewards
First of all, you should know the regions in which this survey is available. Given the fact that the Banana Republic has active stores in over 30 countries, it’s easy to see why many people would be looking for these rewards. However, sadly, this survey is only available to those of us living in the US, Canada, or Japan. With the hopes that you’re eligible to complete the survey, here are the rewards available for it:
If you complete the www.survety4br.com survey, you will receive one of the Banana Republic coupons offering 20% off of your next purchase (there are no more Banana Republic gift cards, as with previous surveys). These Banana Republic coupons are only available for items that have not been previously reduced in price. So no double-discounts – sorry.
If you would like to change the language of your survey (say you live in Japan and would prefer English, or in Canada with French, or even the US with Spanish), you can check out the how-to complete section of this article below.
Banana Republic Survey Requirements
For the Banana Republic survey, you will be needing two major things. The first is probably obvious, but the second implies a visit to the store.
Now, it should be obvious that you will need a computer. This computer can be anything with enough power for a little survey. You can use a Mac, a PC, an iPad, and even an iPhone. If you have any other mobile device, it should work just fine. All you have to do is open your browser and enter the address. More importantly, your device should have internet in a stable and secure way (you will be entering your personal details).
Secondly – and more importantly – you will be needing a receipt from your most recent Banana Republic purchase. This receipt should contain the store address, the number of the store, the date, and the exact hour at which you’ve made your purchase. These are not mandatory to get from your receipt, but it would probably help that you have the actual piece of paper since nobody can remember all those details.
How to Complete the Banana Republic Survey?
- Go to survey4br.com. Once you’re there, it will greet you with a welcome message.
- Select your country. On that same first page, there should be three options for you: the US, Canada, or Japan. Select the appropriate one depending on your situation.
- Select your language. The next screen should present you with a bigger description of the company’s survey. On the upper-right corner of your screen, there should be a dropdown menu with all the available languages.
- Enter your age and gender. The next page will as you for your age and your gender.
- Enter the details on your receipt. On this page, you will give the details regarding your most recent Banana Republic visit.
- Answer all the questions. After you’ve gone through all of these steps, you will be asked to answer questions regarding your in-store experience and the quality of the products that you acquired.
Banana Republic Company
Banana Republic is part of the GAP, Inc. corporation. The first store in the chain was first opened back in 1978 by Patricia and Mel Ziegler in Mill Valley, California. Five years later, the company was bought by representatives of GAP. Up until that moment, Banana Republic had been using literate articles, hand-drawn catalogs, and a great lot of eccentric items.
However, the new GAP management changed all that and introduced new, not-so-unique clothing items that the brand new uses. Along with this change of products, they also went from a small chain of stores to a nationwide one, with locations in all of the states including Puerto Rico. Then, the chain started its expansion outside of the US, with 40 stores opening in Canada. Subsequently, they also went for an international approach, with the first store outside North America opening in Tokyo in 2005.
Today, the chain has a total of 642 Banana Republic locations, which are open on all continents except Australia.
- Customer Service: 1-888-277-8953
- Mailing Address: Banana Republic Customer Service, 5900 North Meadows Drive, Grove City, OH 43123
- Social Media: Instagram; Pinterest; Twitter; Facebook
Banana Republic Reviews
S.Y. from San Francisco, California has the following to say about the Banana Republic near her:
They had a super duper great sale last weekend. The young woman who helped me at the concierge desk (sorry, I didn’t get her name) had on a great lipstick and I asked her about it. She gave me helpful information and I ordered it as soon as I got home. LOVE IT!
Irene H. from Manhattan, New York is a little bit more dissatisfied with the Banana Republic:
The service here reminds me why I like to shop online. I reserved something through their Reserve service. It took them a long time to find the items. Dressing rooms were easy to get into but in terms of service for getting other sizes, etc. they seemed severely understaffed or unaware of their own product. The store is big so they have a good selection, but it was pretty messy. I wouldn’t have gone in but they had items that were sold out online and a larger discount. Cashier seemed inexperienced. Check your receipt – I used a 50% off promotion and two items were 40% off. She also told me half of my order wasn’t on sale, but when she actually scanned it, they were.