Denny’s is a popular Diner-style restaurant with many stores without the US. It’s always open, something it prides itself on, even at night and during holidays, except where this is prohibited by law. The locations are usually strategically placed in busy areas including highway dropoffs, service areas and bar areas.
The restaurant pictured below was the second naming iteration, called “Denny’s Coffee Shop”, while the image at the top of the page represents the most modern name, “Denny’s”. Further down the page you can see the original name and shop, “Danny’s Donuts”.
Its first franchise opened in 1963, and now it has grown to the point where the majority of its restaurants are owned by franchisees.
Harold Butler and Richard Jazak actually opened “Danny’s Donuts” in California in 1953. I have no idea why they named it Danny’s Donuts as neither of them are named Danny. Guessing for the alliteration, but who knows? Jazak left in 1956 and shortly after Butler rebranded as a coffee shop, “Danny’s Coffee Shop” then changing that to Denny’s Coffee Shops.
In the early 90’s many people took advantage of Denny’s free birthday meal offer – however they had to change it so it was clear it was only for 1 meal per person per birthday and they now make people show legal proof of birthday such as showing photo ID.
In an effort to keep customers happy, in addition to their birthday promotion, they offer a survey where people can give their feedback in exchange for a free short stack of $2 pancakes coupon. Keep reading to find out how to take the survey and get your free coupon.
Dennys Listens Survey Prizes
Prize: Free short stack of pancakes with purchase of beverage + the chance to win cash daily
www.dennyslistens.com Survey Details
|Receipt Valid For||3 Days|
|Can Take Survey Once Every||30 Days|
|Coupon Valid For||30 Days|
|Prize||Free Short Stack Of Pancakes|
How To Take The DennysListens Survey
- Buy something at a Denny’s restaurant
- Hold onto your receipt
- Go online to https://www.dennyslistens.com
- Answer all survey questions, use the validation code on your receipt to start the survey
- Write down the validation code you receive at the end of the survey and bring in to Denny’s at your next visit to receive a free stack of short $2 pancakes after you make a beverage purchase
**Note: You may only take one survey per household every 30 days. You also must take the survey within 3 days of receiving your Denny’s receipt for it to be valid. Lastly, you must redeem your free pancake coupon reward within 30 days of taking the survey for it to be valid.
www.dennyslistens.com Survey Homepage
When you land on the survey homepage, you’ll be greeted by a red banner at the top saying, “Welcome To America’s Diner, Dennys”, in line with their brand image and theme:
DennysListens Survey Rules
- Must take survey within 3 days of receiving receipt
- Limited to one survey per household per 30 days
- Coupon must be redeemed within 30 days of taking survey
- Limited to one offer/coupon used per visit
- Taxes & gratuity not included
- Valid at participating restaurants only
Phone: 1 (800) 733-6697
203 East Main Street
Spartanburg, SC 29319
You need to address all mail to a below department:
Call Center: P-7-3
Human Resources/Payroll/Benefits: P-5-1
Legal / Risk Management: P-12-1
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