Tell Rexall Survey 2020: Enter your survey entry code and win up to $1,000 at www.tellrexall.ca

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Enter now the Tell Rexall Survey 2020 Contest for the opportunity to Win Cash Prizes of up to $1,000 CAD.

The contest is open to all legal residents of Canada who are eighteen years of age or older at the time of entry.

To enter, you must be invited by a participating client. Then, go to the contest website at www.tellrexall.ca to complete the survey, enter the receipt/certificate identifier found on your invitation. Then complete the required survey questions.

There are two entry periods, one will end on 4 January, 2020 and the second one on 31 January, 2020. The winners shall be determined at random

Prizes

There is one prize per day during the competition period, each prize consist of $1,000 CAD. There are also one weekly prize left, consisting of $500 CAD in cash.

Contest period

The Tell Rexall Survey 2020 Contest begins on January 1st, 2020 and ends on January 31st, 2020 (daily prizes) and begins on 8 December, 2019 and ends on January 4, 2020 (weekly prizes).

Winners and contest results

The winners will be notified by phone or email.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. why do you still hand out receipts and survey entry codes in April, when the contest ended Jan 31st!! That seems like false advertising. Very misleading!

  2. As this is the closest thing to what I want, I will vent here. You advertise several different types of soda pop for $3.99 a dozen, however repeatedly when I go to your stores to buy said pop, there is none available, so for the last three times that you have advertised Nestea Zero, I have made a concerted effort to buy said product. I have visited nine different locations during this quest so, in my experience as a government purchasing officer, I have come to the conclusion that this is not a problem on an individual location, but a corporate problem. If you cannot provide the product, you should not advertise it. It is no longer a loss leader because, based on my experience, if you don’t have what I want, on a continuing basis, I am not going to purchase anything, and I will get it elsewhere

  3. The contest for $1,000. was over with Jan. 31st, 2020. Why is it still printed on our receipts?
    Did they mean Jan. 31st, 2021? Maybe it’s a typo.

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