If every now and then you enjoy a fine, southern meal, while listening to country music, and admiring classic Americana, then what we have here is sure to put a smile on your face. Cracker Barrel is a paramount exponent of country classic look, music, and style. If you have recently been to Cracker Barrel and still have your receipt, you can participate in the Cracker Barrel survey! Not only will you be able to leave Cracker Barrel feedback but you’ll also get the chance the enter the Cracker Barrel Sweepstakes and maybe even win a prize!
Cracker Barrel Survey Tips and Rewards
To encourage their customers to participate in the Survey, they offer you the chance to participate in the Cracker Barrel Survey Sweepstakes after completing the survey. The lucky winners can choose to receive a Cracker Barrel coupon which they can redeem for a vintage rocking chair, valued at $150.
Alternatively, participants can choose to receive an $100 Cracker Barrel gift card, which they can spend at any Cracker Barrel location. You can exchange the gift card for any item in the Cracker Barrel gift shop.
You will not receive the $50 difference in retail value between the rocking chair and the gift card. However, with the gift card, you do get your choice of Cracker Barrel gifts. And there are plenty to choose from in the Cracker Barrel gift shop!
If you want to learn more about the Cracker Barrel Survey Sweepstakes requirements, rules and prizes you can visit the official survey webpage, www.crackerbarrel-survey.com and go the the Cracker Barrel Sweepstakes Rules section.
Cracker Barrel Survey Requirements
To complete the survey a couple of things are necessary. First and foremost you need the receipt from your most recent visit. The receipt should have a Cracker Barrel survey code printed on top. You’ll need this code to enter the survey.
Participants must be at least 18 years old. You must also be a resident of the United States. Cracker Barrel employees and affiliates are not eligible for the Cracker Barrel survey or the Cracker Barrel Sweepstakes.
How to Complete the Cracker Barrel Survey
- Go to the official Cracker Barrel Survey website, crackerbarrel-survey.com
- Choose the language you want to take the survey in. The default language of the crackerbarrel-survey.com website is English.
- After you click the button, the second page should appear. Here is where you need to enter the code on the receipt that you have from your most recent Cracker Barrel visit. The website gives you an example code and how to enter it.
- After the code has been entered, hit the little arrow that points to the right, and it will take you to the survey.
- Each survey page expires after 30 minutes, so make sure you don’t spend too much time on a question.
- After completing the survey, you can sign up for the Cracker Barrel Sweepstakes
- You should receive a confirmation message at the end of the survey
Cracker Barrel Useful Information & Links
When taking the Cracker Barrel survey, make sure you have a secure internet connection. If you’re internet connection lags during the survey, www.crackerbarrel-survey.com may timeout and you might be unable to complete the survey.
If you want to file a complaint with Cracker Barrel, we recommend you read the Cracker Barrel FAQ page, on www.crackerbarrel.com beforehand. On this page, they address the most common issues customers have.
If you don’t find the answers you were looking for here, you can contact a customer service representative through the Contact Us page, on the Cracker Barrel official website. You can also leave Cracker Barrel feedback through their customer contact form.
If you want to call Cracker Barrel Customer Service, you can do so at this phone number: 800-333-9566
You can find Cracker Barrel locations near you using the Cracker Barrel locator tool. You can also use this tool to plan a trip to Cracker Barrel.
Joanne M. Fedder says
I am giving one of your servers a thumbs-up. Her name was Megan F. at Store #435 in Bloomsburg, PA. There were 4 of us in our party and we were all women. When Megan spoke to us she referred to us as Ladies (not guys). It is a small matter, but it grates on me when a server (or anyone else who is addressing a woman./women/girls). I’m not prudish, but it was very refreshing (and we all commented on it) to have her address us – is everything all right ladies?
Hannah Rivers says
How true! Small details such as these truly make all the difference!