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If I told you Jack in the Box owns Qdoba, would you believe me?

Jack in the Box did not create Qdoba, nope, it actually bought the Mexican chain for $45 million in 2003.

To go back to my original question, yes, I would be technically lying if I told you Jack in the Box owns Qdoba.

They did own Qdoba, but now the chain is owned by Apollo Management group who bought the entire chain in 2017 for a total of $305 million.

So if I told you Jack in the Box made $260 million profit taking into account only the purchase and selling price of the chain, that would be the truth, not a lie.

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The chain must have done well under Jack in the Box’s leadership and under the current Apollo company leadership, since Qdoba is currently at #257 in the franchise 500.

Being in the Franchise 500 at any number is very good for the company, and for a franchise in general.

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The first Qdoba opened in Denver Colorado, and the concept was to bring San Francisco California style burritos to the mountainous region where they weren’t used to having easy access to burritos everyday.

It is a very new chain, founded in 1995, and its success was so paramount it was able to start franchising only two years later in 1997.

It was purchased by Jack in the Box company as an acquisition in 2003.

Coincidentally, Jack in the Box has a survey similar to QdobaListens, and when you eat at Jack in the Box, you can take the JackListens survey to get 2 free tacos.

After it was bought by Jack in the Box in 2003 and the acquisition finalized, Qdoba’s restaurant count was around 700 restaurants, with a presence in every state but 3.

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To continue its mission to grow and expand its stores, Qdoba seeks feedback from those who eat there.

When you go make sure to save your receipt and follow the instructions below in order to receive a free chips and salsa coupon with your entree purchase.

Qdobalistens.com Survey Prize

Prize: Free chips and salsa when you purchase an entree coupon for use on your next visit

Qdoba Survey Details

PrizeFree Chips & Salsa With Entree Purchase
Purchase Required?Yes
Entry MethodOnline
Receipt Valid For3 Days
Coupon Valid For7 Days

Take The QdobaListens Survey

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  1. Buy an item or more at a Qdoba
  2. Keep your receipt with you
  3. Go to the website http://www.qdobalistens.com and answer all survey questions
  4. Write down the validation code on your receipt and bring with you on your next visit to Qdoba to enjoy a free chips and salsa when you purchase an entree

**NOTE: You must take the survey within 3 days of getting your receipt, and you must redeem your coupon within 7 days of getting your receipt or both will be invalid

www.QdobaListens.com Survey Homepage

The QdobaListens homepage is a festive orange, yellow and pink graphic design painting with little chicks in the background. It is quite pretty and a work of art in its own right. The homepage will ask you to choose your survey language, and you’ll need to pick either English or Spanish to proceed:

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Qdoba Survey Rules

  • Must make a purchase at a a Qdoba
  • Must save your receipt and go online to take the feedback survey
  • Must take the survey within 3 days of getting your receipt
  • Must use the coupon within 7 days of getting your receipt

See your receipt for rule details:

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Contact Qdoba

Phone: 1 (858) 522-4571

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19 thoughts on “QdobaListens – Take Official Qdoba® Survey – Get Free Chips & Salsa

  1. I tried to take your survey but the link says page has timed out. Couldn’t take the survey but the service was great at the Qdoba in West Allis, WI

  2. Host : TM1070
    Drawer 1

    I am disabled person and first time I visit your Qdoba. Here I wish to tell you that the customer service is really great. The food was my choice and I think I will not go any Mexican restaurants as I like the food and hospitality at Qdoba 6208 196th st. SW STE
    LYNNWOOD WA 98036 thanks to all staff

  3. Went to Qdoba in Peabody, MA and was reminded why I don’t go there anymore. No one smiles and when I am paying $8 for a burrito I expect $8 worth of food which I was given 8 pieces of chicken in my burrito with a massive clump of sour cream. Then when I went to pay I was not told the total. And they spoke in a different language the whole time

  4. I visit quite often, and Bryan , Terrence and Michael are always great as a team even with the new girl tonight, they all made my experience tonight great and I brought my family! Thank you guys for holding such great standards! This is the Best Qdoba I’ve been too)

  5. Got two bowls, food was great, Mss Ashley prepared the bowls, she always is curtious with a smile, like wise Mr David they both are a great representation for Qdoda.

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  7. Food was good, woman was awful. There was a young man there named Max who was amazing. Super nice and welcoming. Then it looked to be the manager started scolding him about something in front of the other customers. Very unprofessional. She then snapped at me because I was pointing to one of the vegetables and she freaked out and said “don’t reach over the counter”. Will never return to this restaurant. I will go to the other location.

  8. Was very disappointed at SeaTac Airport location. I have been going there for years and recieved a tortilla that was overcooked, brown and cracking on my breakfast burrito. I took my item to go as alway,s and discovered it upon arriving to my gate. It was a mess with the tortilla cracking and items faling out.

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