Driscoll’s Advisory Panel to Change

Upcoming changes to Driscoll’s Consumer Advisory Panel.

Dear XXXXXXX,

We thank you for your support of the Driscoll’s brand and we appreciate your continued participation in Driscoll’s Consumer Advisory Panel. Your feedback helps us advance our mission to continually delight berry consumers.

We are excited to announce that due to the popularity of Driscoll’s Consumer Advisory Program, we are switching from a coupon-based reward system to a point-based system. The flexibility of this new system will allow for the accumulation of points which can be redeemed in the form of electronic gift cards. The point system and thresholds for redemption is as follows:

1 completed survey = 25 points
200 points (8 surveys) = $2.00 reward
500 points (20 surveys) = $5.00 reward
1,000 points (40 surveys) = $10.00 reward

Once you’ve earned enough points, you will be given the opportunity to continue accumulating your point balance or redeem your points towards a selection of gift cards from popular companies. In the new reward system, your points will roll over into the new year until redeemed and your gift cards do not expire.

These changes will take effect on Monday, November 4th, 2019. Please note that due to maintenance, access to the survey portal will be temporarily unavailable between Thursday, October 31, 2019 through Sunday, November 3, 2019.

The link below contains more information on Driscoll’s Consumer Advisory Panel, including frequently asked questions.
https://www.driscolls.com/panel/faq

Thank you,
The Driscoll’s Team

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3 thoughts on “Driscoll’s Advisory Panel to Change

  1. Well, I am guessing I will be buying less and less Driscoll’s berries in the future. And to think, I was upset when they reduced the coupon to 75c for gold members! Getting a quarter to use toward a gift card for doing a survey…..they should be selling a lot less of their product!? How does this seem like good business?

    On another note, I got the email that Berry cart is shutting down as well. (I quit using them years ago since I rarely bought the required items and needed space on my phone for better apps back then.)

    • My reply was based on just getting points that never expire vs coupons that do. You’re right that 25 cents is absurd, but maybe they’re planning really short surveys.

      Yeah, Berry cart, forgot to post about that, but again, you’re right about using them. It’s like a couple of the rebate APPs that still send me emails, but the stuff isn’t worth posting. At least Ibotta is still pushing deals and cash for me. Clearance cart + Ibotta = happy shopper 🙂

  2. I was told today that earned coupons should be printed before the new program starts.. apparently, the 30 day window for printing will not apply.

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