We go nuts with savings Tell Asda Customer Survey £1,000 Cash

Prize: £1,000 Cash

Have you ever purchased anything at Tell Asda? If the answer is yes, you should be encouraged to participate in the Tell Asda customer survey online here, and you can get a chance of joining the sweepstakes and get a big prize of £1,000 cash!

Tell Asda Customer Survey Prize

  1. Grand Prize: £1,000 cash
  2. Survey Link: See reference link 1 below

Step By Step Guide To Take Tell Asda Customer Survey 

  1. Enter Tell Asda customer survey online(see reference link 1 below).
  2. Enter the date of your store visit and click “NEXT”. 
  3. Please enter the town or postcode of the store you visited on your till receipt.
  4. Start the survey.
  5. Finish all the questions to complete the survey and submit it.

How To Win Tell Asda Customer Survey Prize

To reward customers who share feedback and give advice, Tell Asda gives away a prize of £1,000 cash to lucky winners in the Tell Asda customer survey sweepstakes. You can get entered for free and get the great prize with little effort.

• Ways to Win the Prize

  1. Online only: Customers should first finish the Tell Asda customer survey online and provide some personal information for later contact, then they can automatically gain one entry to the sweepstakes.

• Requirements

  1. No purchase is required to enter or win.
  2. Aged 18 years or older at time of the entry.
  3. Only open to customers of Asda residents in the United Kingdom.
  4. Employees of and other persons connected with Asda are not eligible.
  5. This offer is limited to one survey entry per invitation.

About Tell ASDA

Tell Asda, with its whole name Tell Asda Stores Ltd. is a British-based, American-owned supermarket chain which retails food, clothing, general merchandise, toys and financial services. It also has a mobile phone network, Asda Mobile. Its head office is at Asda House in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

In July 1999, Asda became a subsidiary of the American retail company–Walmart. And today it is the United Kingdom’s second-largest chain by market share.

Reference Links:

  1. Tell Asda Customer Survey Link:
  2. Tell Asda Official Website Link:
  3. Tell Asda Sweepstakes Official Rules

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  • Winston on July 3, 2019 at 2:40 am said:


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  • Mr Chandrika AUKHAUJ on March 20, 2018 at 9:49 am said:


    We (my wife and I) did shopping in ASDA in newport, Isle of Wight this morning and, as long term loyal ASDA customers, we were disappointed that the store still has not got ASDA long life soya milk, Indian and Chinese savoury snacks like samosa, onion bhaji and spring rolls, etc. Nevertheless overall we were satisfied as we spent a total of £66.18p this morning there. Thank you.

  • C Hurdell on February 25, 2018 at 6:23 am said:


    Safety Warning!

    I have been using the tyre inflator at Asda’s Fuel station in Sutton In Ashfield for more than 10 years.
    However, last week I had to replace a tyre & to my horror I discovered that all 4 of my car tyres were deemed unsafe due to over inflation!! This truly amazed me because I check them weekly & adhere to the manufacturers’ recommended pressures.
    Hence, I have been told that Asda’s tyre inflator is probably to blame due to the air inflator being incorrectly calibrated!!
    So I will now be taking my car to a local garage instead where the tyre inflator is guaranteed to be calibrated correctly.

    So thank you Asda for a poor & dangerous service which contributed to shortening the life of my car tyres!!

  • Mrs. Rose Jones on February 8, 2018 at 7:37 am said:


    llandudno store North Wales.
    got a few really good bargains, floor staff were pleasant and helpful and directed us to the right isles.
    checkout girl was polite and affecient.

  • Monica Palfreyman on November 1, 2017 at 8:06 am said:


    Very poor. Person kept making mistakes. Then refused to give FREE carrier bag for the 7 items of RAW meat to be carried home in. My shopping was at least 30% more expensive than that of my shopping from other stores. Other than your sparkling water at 17p for 2L I won’t be bothering to shop in your Garston store any time soon.

  • Roseruby Smith on October 30, 2017 at 8:01 am said:


    Every time I have entered your sweepstakes I have been not legible to do it…I have been shopping at add a all my life..I’ve had 4 children I had to feed and clothe and always used your store…I’ve brought my grandchild up and done the same…and I’m still going shopping at Darliston and Greatbridge…I spent £136.62 this time ..and I caring enter your surveys…well thanks

  • Excellent reminiscences of remarkable excellent eating @ the Region Club Diner within NE Philly 35 many years in the past remind me of my 1st studies within eating excellence! t

  • Aw, this was a amazingly Fantastic article. Getting the year and serious effort and hard work towards produce a superior short article… yet what can I say… I wait a total ton and have on’t afford to pay for in the direction of take every little thing completed.

  • susan cardwell on July 19, 2017 at 8:56 am said:


    since you have changed your way of baking your granary bread it does not keep well you now recieve this in frozen form and since this has happened does not stay fresh as the next day is only suitable for toasting our Asda has the facility to bake its own please revert back to this

  • Barbara Elston on May 14, 2017 at 6:05 am said:


    I bought a large box of standard shredded wheat x 40 per box at cost of £3 per box i.e. 7.5p per biscuit. This works out at 25p more than had I bought the usual box of 30 for £2. Why are you economically disadvantaging your customers when we purchase a large box?

    Barbara Elston

  • H.G.Patel on February 24, 2017 at 8:07 am said:


    Best staffs, helpful at all time also smile at counter and also store is full up with all items every time I go thank lots to staffs in smethwic branch 10/10

  • ALFRED leavey on February 23, 2017 at 8:10 am said:


    worst shopping experiance in years wine aisle shelves too many empty. baby potatoes are more mix@match plus poor quality short use by dates on a lot of veg overall view store neglected management needs to get a grip untill then im shopping at tesco or sainsbury where high standards are much more evidant very sad really this refers to my visit today at eastleigh stpre

  • Mr c brewster on February 22, 2017 at 5:26 am said:


    I go from Louth to Grimsby every week to shop at asda I like the store & staff very much prices are good but yesterday I went to get hearing aide battery you had two types very much the same £5 10 for a pack of six or two packs £7 I got two got to till they said my packs cost £5 10 which I paid (urgent ) there was no mention of this on the rack I will still shop with you it was a bit upsetting though. Colin

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  • Mrs C wood. on December 15, 2016 at 5:10 pm said:


    I Shop at Asda Shore Road Belfast for many reasons good value ,friendly staff local to me, but mostly because I enjoy going there.The staff especially Matt from the wine section nothings to much bother helps in a nice way, then there’s Liz always willing to help you find something or just a pleasant hello ,an Pam on customer services always pleasant. I told their manager Kate Oakes they are a credit to your training. Well Done all.

  • Joseph Elliott on December 13, 2016 at 1:20 am said:


    only really called in for some white spirits to clean my old paint brushes. without being pushy the young sales lad pointed out how a packet of new brushes would be a good idea if the spirit didn’t get the old ones soft enough. Good point I thought and I,d still want the spirit to clean the new brushes. A salesman with the customers interests in mind first and foremost. Good on yer son!

  • I do my shopping all the time in asda at houslow, some staff they helpful. But the butcher (hAj baba). They very bad 😈😈😈

  • Mrs Mary McGlue on November 25, 2016 at 4:08 am said:


    I love to shop in Asda in kilkeel. I go there every Friday morning 52 weeks of the year. The staff are very helpful, if I can’t find what I am looking for they just stop what they are doing and come around and get it for me. People go to Newry to do Christmas shopping but I go to Asda as my son and his wife do the same. They have two small children and they do all their shopping there. The long hours that they are open is another bonus.

  • Mrs Turvey on November 23, 2016 at 4:37 am said:


    I was having difficulties walking when I visited your store this week (20/11/16). Unable to find Ground Rice I stopped a store employee and asked if he could help. He was very willing and evenually found the item tucked away on the bottom Home Bakery shelf and asked if I needed anything else.

    I thanked him and carried on shopping then on to the Check-out. Realising I had a problem carrying my bag the Cashier immediately offered help and rang for assistance to help me to my car.

    It had been my intention to buy two items and used a small basket instead of a trolley, but seeing your excellent promotions purchased more than I was able to carry.

    Many thanks to Asda and your well-trained pleasant staff.

  • Ray Williams on November 16, 2016 at 12:58 pm said:


    I have used your store in B33 for about 3 years and find all the staff very friendly and helpful. This shop, under normal circumstances, caters for all my needs. But. I have been in twice over the last four or five weeks when they have run out of green top milk. Resulting in me having to go to one of your rivals down the road.

  • Mr sterling Miller on November 11, 2016 at 5:53 am said:


    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I had to wait 45 minutes for one pizza order at the Queslett road store in Great Barr, it was a very bad experience having to wait so long for one order. If you would be so kind as to look into this matter.

    Thank you


    Sterling Miller

  • The Gluten free products at the Nuneaton store are very limited and often out of stock. Today again the Schar bread and Asda’s own Ginger cookies were both unavailable. This has happened on many occasions recently requiring us to shop at another local supermarket for bread. A review of stock management would be very much appreciated.

  • The last few times I have been to asda tilbury I have had to hunt for a small trolley as there seems to be a shortage . Second thing the shelves are empty and not faced up . How can there be no caster sugar and water biscuits when I asked at customer service the caster sugar was proberly out if stock because of the British bake off.

  • J a shutt on November 6, 2016 at 4:39 am said:


    I visited the lower early store on 5th Nov 2016 rushed in hopeing they would have the boots for at Christmas present YEs the size was available then proceeded to buy several other item should have known a basket wasn’t going to take all the items I had purchased
    One of the staff went and got a trolley for me I then went into the self service part where the till wasn’t scanning several of the items once again a young staff employee came to the rescue the staff at this branch are a credit to Asda

  • i am constently dissapointed at the empty shelves when i shop for wine at the beddington store .why I ask, because the Sutton store seems always well stocked with wine

  • I regularly purchase the £4 pack of what is described as “Thick Cut Ham” 5052444991226 but recently the ham has been little more than thin cut ham
    Please either relabel or tell me why this is happening

  • .john kirkup on November 3, 2016 at 1:37 pm said:


    The lady on the till was verynice even though her till was closing she went out of her way to serve me it’s really nice to see people who are proffetional at their jobs give that lady a 1o out of 10

  • Marie Agnew on October 31, 2016 at 1:09 pm said:


    Hi Asda went to robroyston store during the night as I’m a night shift worker The staff were laying out all the goods and the Halloween stuff was second to none everything I needed was in place and I found the prices really good I got enough stuff to fill 60 bags with some sweets etc left over The bags had amp,e stuff in them all and the kids that came where delighted with the sweets etc

  • Mr Stephen higham on October 30, 2016 at 8:12 am said:


    I went into asda today looking for coq co vin sauce mix couldn’t see any on the shelf so I asked an assistant for some help and she went out of her way to find me some Anand it just goes to show you have the right people doing a great job always there to go that extra but to please the customer and that’s why I love shopping at ASDA

  • Ismail Choudhury on October 18, 2016 at 2:49 pm said:


    I spend £36.72 on 18/10/16 in my shoping i have a bag of roasted and salted pistachio nuts in shells but the qualities are not very good .

  • Jacinta mccartan on October 16, 2016 at 9:29 am said:


    Just home from a quick shop in asda Portadown about to make Sunday evening tea lasagne an salad an asda own brand oven chips crinkle cut of course which we all really enjoy when I discover I have bought frying chips instead by mistake my own fault not asdas but maybe you could put oven chips in different colour bag as I thought brown bags were oven ones PS no glasses on at tlmes just an idea for you to think about I’m sure I’m not only person to do this thanks

  • O my god I’ve never seen so much choice in the cake department I love it . Came home with a hand made pizza lovely thank you.