Lucille’s BBQ Survey
- Customers who have dined at a Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ restaurant in California, Nevada, or Arizona can take a short survey about their visit and get a coupon for a free appetizer on their next visit
- Each diner who finishes the Lucille’s survey will also be entered for the chance to win a $100 Lucille’s gift card
- Any age can take the Lucille’s BBQ survey, but entrants for the $100 Lucille’s card must be at least 18 years old at the time of their entry
To start taking the Lucille’s BBQ survey, customers will need to enter the survey invitation code printed on their Lucille’s receipt. This is a one time use code, and will send feedback directly to the Lucille’s location that the customer visited.
- Should take less than 5 minutes
- The survey coupon cannot be combined with any other promotional offers at Lucille’s BBQ
- The Lucille’s BBQ survey code should be written down on the customer receipt and used just like a coupon on a future visit
Fan’s of Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ can sign up to be a “Preferred Guest” and get a $5 Lucille’s coupon just for signing up, plus a free birthday gift and special offers and announcements throughout the year. Customers will get their $5 Lucille’s reward within 2 to 3 days of signing up.
A new $100 Lucille’s gift card winner will be chosen every month, with a new lucky winner being contacted on the first business day of each month.
More About Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ Restaurants:
- Lucille’s is owned and operated today by the Hoffman Hospitality Group
- Famous for menu items like Lucille’s Smokehouse Wings, Brisket Nachos, Pulled Pork Queso Dip, and Lucille’s Onion Straws
- Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ can be reached at (562) 596-0200
To contact Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ
Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ is a chain of restaurants with locations in California and Nevada. They have their headquarters currently located at 2601 E Willow St, Signal Hill, CA 90755. The chain was founded when Lucille Buchanan grew up eating her grandmother’s delicious southern barbecue and then moved to California. Lucille couldn’t find anything like the food she loved, so she decided to start cooking and serving it herself.