www.marshalls-opinion.ca survey – Marshalls Canada Customer Survey

Marshalls Opinion Survey

  1. Take a survey related to a purchase at Marshall (Canada customers only)
  2. The Marshalls CA survey is available in two languages to include English

Customers who complete the Marshalls Opinion Survey in full will earn an entry into a daily prize draw where they could win $1000 PLUS enter a weekly prize draw where random prizes will be given away with a value around $1500.  The survey includes Canadian shoppers from Marshalls, Winners and Home Sense.

Marshalls Opinion Notes 

  • Takes only a few minutes to complete
  • Requires a valid email address
  • Shoppers will need the 10 digit Marshalls survey code from their receipt
  • Contestants can enter the survey promotional sweepstakes online or by phone (please see the toll-free number on the Marshalls, Winners or Home Sense receipt)

Recent survey winners include Alyssa C. from Roseville, California | William H. from Pulham, St. Mary | Philip B. from Fayetterville, Georgia | Vivian S. from Brandon, Manitoba.  A full list of Marshall survey winners is available online.

Marshalls Business Lore

  • Discount department store chain
  • Founded in 1956 by the late Alfred Marshall (passed on 12/28/13)
  • Consumers can obtain discounts anywhere between 10% to 70% on clothing that was previously found in high-end department stores

Marshalls is owned and operated by parent company TJ Maxx and lives by the slogan “Never Pay Full Price For Fabulous ” (in the United States) while in Canada their catch phrase is “Big Brands. Unbelievable Deals“.  Marshalls is has positioned themselves as the U.S.’s second largest off-price family apparel and the majority of sales revolves around clothing but also includes housewares and beauty products.

Any questions about Marshalls products can be directed to a customer care agent at 1-888-627-7425… if calling about a purchase made on a TJ Maxx credit card please dial 1-800-952-6133.  Please note returns to Marshalls over 30 days old with a receipt will be accepted BUT for store credit only.


  1. www.marshalls-opinion.ca survey