CVS Survey Prizes

Every month CVS offers its customers the following prizes. The first is 1 grand prize $1,000 winner. The second one is 200 $10 winner.


How To Take The www.cvssurvey.com CVS Survey

  • In order to take the CVS survey a customer does not have to purchase anything.
  • Every customer is limited with entry. Just 1 time per month.
  • There are three ways to take the CVS survey.

Online method

CVS Pharmacy Survey Details
  1. Buy smth at a CVS pharmacy
  2. Keep your receipt
  3. Go online to https://survey.medallia.com/?cvs-drivers&vr=1
  4. Enter your 17 digit survey number. It can found on your receipt
  5. Answer all the questions of the survey. After it you are supposed to be automatically entered into the monthly sweepstakes drawing with a chance to win $1,000

Phone method

  1. Buy an item at a CVS place
  2. Follow the phone number that you can find on your receipt to call-in your survey entry

How To Enter By Mail

  1. Take 3″X5″ piece of paper and write your name, mailing address and phone number.
  2. Send it to: CVS Pharmacy $1,000 Monthly Sweepstakes, 16200 Dallas Parkway, Suite 140, Dallas, Texas 75248-6897.
  3. No purchase is required.

About the Company

About CVS Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy has long been a subsidiary of Melville Corporation. In those years, it was called Consumer Value Stores. Later, after the sale of all non-core assets, Melville changed its name to CVS Corporation. The founding of CVS Pharmacy dates back to 1996.

Former CEO Tom Rhine has transcribed CVS as “Customer, Value, and Service.”


Today, only in rare cases does the corporation open stores in which it is impossible to buy medicines. Moreover, in recent years the number of such units has been gradually reduced outside New England (Boston and its environs). This is due to the fact that any new CVS store that is not focused on the sale of drugs opens only in areas where another CVS pharmacy is already within walking distance.

In 2007, CEO Tom Rein announced that the pharmacy chain was about to stop selling cigarettes in its stores, but refused, citing an industry marketing report. According to the document, restricting the sale of cigarettes will not affect consumer behavior. Due to the absurd neighborhood on the shelves of CVS cigarettes and drugs, the company has been repeatedly criticized.


Interestingly, the pharmacy giant is not alien to modern technology. According to a Compete.com report, the CVS website reached 26 million people in 2008. And some time ago, the company owned the online drug store soma.com. Now the domain name is controlled by the women’s underwear brand.