Close | Win £500 In The Morrison’s Survey

Boiling Point is giving customers who have made a recent purchase the opportunity to grab a chance to win  £500 in the survey sweepstakes. The survey which can be found at will take around 5 minutes to complete and can be completed on your mobile device.

About Morrison’s:

Founded in 1899 by William Morrison, Morrisons is a UK supermarket chain with a headquarters in Bradford, West Yorkshire England. From its small town beginnings as an egg and butter stall in Rawson Market, Morrison’s has built up considerablly and now has as of 2016 just under 500 superstores across England, Wales, Scotland and also one in Gibraltar which is the only store outside of Great Britain. It is the fourth largest chain of supermarkets in the United Kingdom, serving more than 11 million customers every single week.

How To Win £500 In Thee Survey

You will need:

  1. Internet access with a computer or mobile device.
  2. A Morrison’s receipt with survey invitation.
  3. Be able to read and write.
  4. Be 18 years or older at time of survey completion
  5. And you need to be a legal resident of the UK or Gibraltar to enter the prize draw.


  1. Go to
  1. Read all policies and check the agree button.
  2. Enter the barcode number, date and time found on your Morrisons receipt.
  3. Click START.
  4. Answer all questions honestly and on finishing the survey you will be given the opportunity to enter the prize draw where you could win a £200 Morrisons voucher.
  5. Enter in your contact information and click finish to submit the survey.

Useful Links:

Morrison’s Survey Website:


The survey is a brief questionnaire that will take only minutes to complete, giving us much needed information on your individual and valued experiences here at Morrisons. From staff interactions to products and availability. On completion of the survey as a thank you gift we will enter you into a prize draw where you could win a £500 Morrisons voucher. There is a limit of one winner per household however the prize draw will take place monthly. We take your suggestions and opinions seriously, so please just take 5 minutes from your day to tell us how we did.


Written By
Sydney White is a Texas-born stay at home mom who enjoys spending time with her family, bargain hunting and, hiking.


  1. Today I visited my local Morrissons in Malvern . I left my purse in the car and my shopping was taken to a chiller room whilst I went back to the car . When I arrived back in the shop and found no-one at the Customer desk. In front of me was a young lady waiting for attention .
    From behind us a young man asked how he could help. He was obviously on his way out as he had his coat and his backpack on . I recognised him as he usually is on a till. He proceeded to help the young lady with her enquiry and then went to get my shopping and took me to a till where I could pay for my shopping. He was insistant that it was not a problem and that he might as well help out . His name is Louis . and his colleague was very complimentary about his attitude under the stress they had that morning. I do hope you will recognise this young man for his fantastic work ethic.

  2. I am not interested in joining Catalina – I only wanted to enter the survey which I have found increasingly difficult to access! The store I frequent is Wilnecote, Tamworth and m normally pleased with my visits. Today, along with my weekly shop I bought 2 bottles of wine – each with a competition label which ended last month!

  3. Regarding the store in Centenary Way Clacton.
    I am a local and despite many other supermarkets all being within a short distance from my house, I have always shopped at this Morrison’s. However since the refurbishments which took place last December. I now LOATHE shopping here. And don’t just think I am in the minority. Take some of your executives to this store, handing out a piece of paper with a simple YES / NO answer about whether they like the changes. And I reckon most customers would say No.
    I understand the reasons for the changes – New Freezer compartments and more baby clothing, was all very much welcomed. But what I and many other Locals object to is Why change the fruit and veg: from one side to the other and also there is no common sense to the changes.
    e.g I spend ages looking for items that just seem to be placed ad -hoc in an area with no relation to anything else. As such I just cannot get used to this and find myself like many other shoppers walking around in a daze trying to find a product I previously knew exactly where it was.! I know that your Sales executives like us to wander around the store, in the hope that we will fill our trolleys up with additional items . But trust me we will do this anyway. What we want is to dash in , buy what we need and some little extras and be out enjoying and eating out items, in as little time as possible until pour next shopping time. NOT wandering around aimlessly thinking I am never coming here again. So if you want Confident Happy repeat committed shoppers. Please Please put our shop back to the way it was.. Otherwise I and many others will be going to Asda your newest competitor.

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