Have you visited a Philips 66, Conoco or 76 retail location recently? If your answer is ‘yes’, then you should really consider taking part in the GasVisit customer survey. The survey doesn’t take too much of your time. It is unlikely to take you more than 5 minutes. And for your troubles (in taking part in the survey), you will earn yourself an entry into a sweepstake draw, where you could win a $25 gas card. In any event, taking part in the survey will give you an opportunity to submit your feedback to the people who run the Phillips 66, Conoco and 76 retail locations. That is feedback on how they can serve you better in the future. Through the survey, you will get a chance to tell them about the changes and improvements you’d like to see, at the respective retail locations.
The GasVisit customer survey website
The Phillips 66 (and Conoco/76) customer survey website is accessible at gasvisit.com. So that is the website address you need to enter into your browser, in order to be taken to the site where you can take part in the survey. Just launch your browser application, place the cursor in the browser’s address bar, and enter that address (gasvisit.com) into the address bar. Your browser will then take you to the website where you can take part in the Phillips 66, Conoco and 76 customer survey.
When you get to the customer survey site, you will encounter a welcoming message (‘welcome to the visitor barometer’), with further information on what the survey is all about. You will also encounter a space where you are supposed to enter the zip code of the Phillips 66, Conoco or 76 retail location you visited. On the same landing page is a sample receipt, which shows you where exactly you can locate the zip code. If you don’t have your receipt with you (from where you can get the zip code), then you can use the search feature within the GasVisit survey site. This other option entails selecting the outlet brand: that is, whether it was a Phillips 66, Conoco or 76 retail location you visited. Then you specify the state, city and address, whereupon you are able to get its zip code. Once you have the zip code, you will be able to proceed with the survey.
Towards the bottom end of the Phillips 66/Conoco/76 survey site homepage, there are links to the ‘contest rules and regulations’ and the ‘winners page’ respectively. The former contains the rules and regulations governing the GasVisit customer survey sweepstake. The latter (winners’ page) has names of individuals who have won the $25 gas cards in the GasVisit customer survey sweepstakes. Seeing the huge number of individuals who have won the $25 gas cards gives you confidence that you too can easily win the same. You only have to complete the survey to earn an entry into the next sweepstake drawing.
Requirements for you to take part in the GasVisit customer survey
First and foremost, you need to have visited a Phillips 66, Conoco or 76 retail location in the recent past. The survey questions will focus on your shopping experience. So you need to have visited one of those retail locations, for you to be in a position to answer the survey questions. You need to ideally have kept the receipt you got, during your visit to the Phillips 66, Conoco or 76 retail location. The receipt will help you in getting the zip code of the retail location you visited — which you need to enter in order to initiate the survey. Of course, you also need to have an Internet connection, to access the website through which the survey is run, and an email address (which you are required to enter at some point). In terms of time, you need to have some 3-5 minutes to spare.
How to initiate the GasVisit customer survey
You will first need to go to the website where the Phillips 66/Conoco/76 customer survey is run. As noted earlier, that website is accessible at gasvisit.com. So you just enter that address into your browser (specifically in the address bar), and you are taken to the site where you can participate in the GasVisit customer survey.
When you get to the survey site, you will be required to enter the zip code of the Phillips 66/Conoco/76 location you visited. The zip code is to be found somewhere near the top of the receipt you obtained during your visit to the Phillips 66, Conoco or 76 retail location. So just enter that zip code, and click on the ‘Start’ button, to initiate the survey.
How to complete the GasVisit customer survey
The actual GasVisit customer survey is made up of a series of questions. These questions touch on your experience, as a customer. The questions are designed to help the people who run the Phillips 66, Conoco and 76 retail locations to figure out what changes or improvements they need to make, to improve their customers’ experiences. So your part is to simply answer the questions as candidly as you can. They are not many questions: the entire exercise shouldn’t actually take more than 3-5 minutes of your time. Then once you complete the survey, you will have earned yourself an entry into the sweepstake, where you stand a chance of winning a $25 gas card.
On the GasVisit customer survey sweepstake
To encourage people to take part in the customer satisfaction survey, the people who run the GasVisit customer survey have linked it to a sweepstake. Therefore anyone who completes the survey is entitled to an entry into the sweepstake – where one stands a chance of winning a $25 gas card.
As per the rules, an individual is entitled to one entry into the GasVisit customer survey sweepstake per day. One is also only entitled to one prize per month. And you have to be a US resident, above 18 and a licensed driver to get an entry into the GasVisit customer survey sweepstake. There are a few categories of people who are not eligible for entry into the sweepstake: including people who work at Phillips 66/Conoco/76 and their close relatives.
Ultimately, if you are lucky, you entry into the GasVisit customer survey sweepstake could earn you a $25 gas card prize.
- GasVisit customer survey site: https://gasvisit.com
- GasVisit customer survey sweepstakes rules: https://onlinekmc.com/Downloads/CustomDownloads/GasVisitRulesforIS.pdf