We all get travel surveys. Most regular Delta Points readers know that Delta Air Lines has a program called “Strive for Five” that rewards hard working Delta people with points that become real cash when they get high marks. I like these Delta surveys and I always just click 5’s as fast as I can and move on as Delta people are always (or just about always) just great to me.
Hotel surveys I do fill out. They seem to be looked at and when, in the few times it happens, I have a bad SPG stay they tend to get back to me about my survey comments. Impressive that they do read them and look at them that closely.
Other surveys that I do now and then when I have time to earn some points like e-Rewards do pay me in points for my time. I also weekly participate in a Delta focus group that pays me about 250 SkyMiles a month (not much but I like being a part of the group). Either way, for my time, I am rewarded a little.
But this survey from Virgin Atlantic is massive after my very first trip in “Upper Class”. I also was intrigued by the questions and just how much they wanted to know in great detail. I will save comments till the end but for now you can just click on the 1st slide then go next, next, next to see them one by one and then when done come back to the main blog page.
Phew! I am honestly shocked that anyone, other than me, would take the time to finish this survey. They did say I could stop and come back and pick up where I left off but I find anyone doing THAT even more unlikely than finishing the thing in the first place.
Most of the questions were what I expected but the interesting parts to me where how many questions there were “around” the Virgin experience itself that is with other airline partners like Delta as well as the airport experience. One thing I commented on was the 3rd party lounges that I will have posted soon as part of my trip report. They need work.
Anyway, I would love to know. Do you take the time to fill out travel surveys when your trip is over. Also, do you expect any kind of “point” or other compensations for taking your time to fill them out? – René
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