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O’Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

Are you satisfied with O’Reilly Auto Parts? What progress can O’Reilly make to serve you better? Share your feedback and suggestions with O’Reilly Auto Parts and take the sweepstakes to win $5,000 cash prize. The sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the USA and the District of Columbia who are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry.

O’Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey Guide

  • Visit the O’Reilly auto parts customer satisfaction survey and choose a language from English or Spanish

O'Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

  • Enter the 14-digit survey code located in the middle of your invoice

O'Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

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  • Rate your satisfaction with assistance, speed of service, and products

O'Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

  • Fill in your first name, last name, address, city, state, zip code and phone number to enter into the sweepstakes

O'Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

About O’Reilly Auto Parts
O’Reilly Auto Parts is an American auto parts retailer located in Springfield, Missouri, United States. The company currently operates in most of U.S. states offering competitive prices and quality products as well as services.

Reference Links:

  1. O’Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey Link: www.oreillycares.com
  2. O’Reilly Auto Parts official Site: www.oreillyauto.com

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Rating 2.03votes

  1. Rated 4
    says:

    Love O’Reilly’s

  2. Rated 1
    says:

    Trying to get to your link given by the store receipt is bunk.
    OREILLYAUTO. COM/FEEDBACK with or without the space does not work. Thanks for 15 min of frustration

  3. Rated 1
    says:

    I called yesterday to see if your No. Spring Garden Ave, DeLand Florida location had generators. I was told that 5 generators would be delivered and available the next morning. I asked if we could prepay and pick up in the morning. Was told no. I was told that the generator I wanted was $100 above what it is listed on your site.
    GOUGING IS ILLEGAL.
    We have a catagory 5 hurricane hitting this weekend.
    I arrived at the locationat 6:40 a.m. ( saw employee inside). Waited until opening at 7:30 a.m. a very RUDE employee opened the door…5 people waiting…part of whom had been told there would be gas cans delivered along with the generators. THEY FLAT OUT LIED TO ALL OF US. The employee said ” we were supposed to get them but the corporate offices didn’t know how to fairly distribute them to every location. So, they didn’t send any. He was very rude when saying it. He could have easily opened the door and told us in the previous time ( almost an hour visibly waiting). Total customer service fail.
    If this is your standard for customer service. I will buy a new vehicle before I buy any other part or item from your stores.
    There are plenty of honorable auto parts stores in our area to choose from. His attitude and being lied to about generators, gouging and gas cans has been exposed on social media. Small towns like ours don’t put up with bad business practices.

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