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Bojangles Customer Satisfaction Survey

If you have recently visited Bojangles, your feedback is wanted! Here's what you need to do to complete the Bojangles Survey (located at www.bojangleslistens.com) and redeem the offer printed on your receipt:

Please Note: To qualify for the survey, you need to have recently visited Bojangles and saved the receipt.

  • Step 1: Have your Bojangles receipt or survey invitation handy.
  • Step 2: Be willing to answer each question with your honest opinions.
  • Step 3: When you're all set, click the button below to begin.

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Bojangles has some of the tastiest Chicken & Biscuits around. If you’ve recently enjoyed a meal at Bojangles, you are invited to tell them what you think about their service. Just visit www.bojangleslistens.com and give them your honest opinions, then you can redeem the offer printed on your receipt. Sometimes it pays to give your opinions, doesn’t it?

15 Comments

  1. Robert Grogg

    Last time I ate at Bojangles was out of town, chicken dinner was excellent. Now I have a new Bojangles in Cross lanes, WV. Ate there last week. Excellent food and service very good.

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  2. Amanda Johnson

    I really enjoyed this Bojangles they prepared my food just the way I like it I can’t really complain.

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  3. Katrina

    South Church St. M’boro, TN… Once upon a time ‘was’ decent. No longer the case, they had a clean, astute, compentent employee (Tony was his name) apparently they wore him down, as he seemed to be about the ONLY knowledgeable employee there, apparently he decided to look for a new employer, as he is no longer there! Thus they no lonager have the ability aeven to. know the proper temperatue of their food!

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  4. Pete Smith

    at 6:40 a.m. How can u tell if a biscuit is fresh? mine was hard around the edges. Didn’t seem fresh in the center.

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  5. Martha

    My experience was OK, but the lady who came back in from the drive through was upset because she had waited 15 minutes. She had a small child in the car. She wanted her food or money. They would not give her money. She was going to leave. The manager said she had been counting the money, but offered no apology, no coupons, no empathy. The lady had been upset, but was reduced to tears. Took her food and left.

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