For those who frequently visit home depot retailers, you might have seen an invitation (or been told by one of the associates) for doing a survey about your last in store experience at www.homedepot.com/opinion. When you visit this site, you are able to not only share your opinion about the last purchase you made, but it also gives shoppers the opportunity to be entered in to a sweepstakes where they have a chance to win $5000 Gift Card towards future purchases and in store visits.
When you initially go to this site, you are going to be asked for your zip code and language preference. You will then get a brief introduction about the survey, and you will be told about the chances of winning in the sweepstakes (and you can see a list of past winners on a link). When you go on to the next page of the survey, you will be asked for a user id and password, which is on your last in store receipt purchase with the home depot stores; if you do not have this information, you will not be able to do the survey, and the experience will then end.
Once you enter your user name (id) and password, you are going to be sent to an instructional page, detailing what you will do in the survey. From there you will start to answer questions about the last purchase experience at Homedepot, what you purchased, pricing, how you feel about the store and various other factors that discuss the experiences you have with the retailer. Some of the questions will inquire as to the pricing, what you usually purchase at home depot, and your shopping habits at other retailers which sell the same (or similar) products.
The surveys are fairly short, and take only a few minutes to answer. You have the progress bar at the bottom of the page, so you always know how far along you are on the survey. It is a great opportunity to be entered in to a drawing (although there are many people, and the chances of winning are slim), for doing very minimal work for the site, and for doing something which might enhance your future visits to the Homedepot, and possibly affect the pricing of the products you generally buy in the store when you do visit.
Regardless of how often you visit the store, or shop for home goods supplies there, it is one of the largest (if not the largest) home improvement stores in the US. If you enjoy giving your opinion, and want to be entered in to a drawing for the possibility of getting money towards future purchases, by simply answering a few questions about the experience you had at your last store visit to the home depot, then visiting the homedepot.com/opinion which allows consumers to do just this.