Brand Logos Quiz #2

Can you identify these brands based on their logos?
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Last updated: May 22, 2019
First submittedJune 15, 2016
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Level 64
Jun 15, 2016
Cool quiz! Wish it was worth for points this one and the 1st one
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Level 64
Jun 27, 2016
Looks like your wish came true :)
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Level 64
Jun 28, 2016
Yay. Got 16/20 on both quizzes
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Level 64
Aug 7, 2019
If you want a challenge, you can try the Random Brand Logos Quiz (answers change every time) :)
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Level 46
Jun 25, 2016
Shouldn't "Mozilla Firefox" be accepted for "Firefox?"
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Level 63
Sep 29, 2016
Works now.
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Level 12
Sep 6, 2016
I loafed it! Some of them I don't know why I missed, XD, I use them so much!
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Level 64
Sep 13, 2016
hope you aren't referring to the sixth one.....
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Level 77
May 23, 2019
What's wrong with Lego?
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Level 64
Aug 7, 2019
The order changed, now it's 10th
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Level 48
Sep 29, 2016
First one looks like Hungry Jacks
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Level 39
Oct 13, 2016
Ikr! Burger King is what we Aussies call Hungry Jacks.
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Level 44
Nov 18, 2016
Hungry Jacks is owned by Burger King.
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Level 66
Mar 11, 2017
Doesn't mean that Hungry Jack's shouldn't be accepted. That's the same as saying one should never accept Lexus in an automotive quiz, because it's owned by Toyota. In this part of the world that logo is the logo of HJ, not BK. I ask that Hungry Jack's be accepted, too.
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Level 65
Sep 1, 2020
They might be similar, but they are not the exact same logo

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hungry_Jack%27s.svg

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Burger_King_logo.svg

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Level 24
Sep 30, 2016
3:05 left lol
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Level 30
Oct 10, 2016
Walmart's logo is terrible. Looks like the original PrimeCo logo.
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Level 81
Mar 15, 2019
It looks like it's loading a web page.
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Level 54
Oct 23, 2016
Wow i didn't know Walmart because I'm British
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Level 65
Apr 16, 2018
Wal-Qaeda.
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Level 69
May 24, 2019
Yeap, not much chance of us Brits getting that one.
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Level 41
Jun 29, 2019
True, similarly AT&T. But Americans might not be so familar with Skoda.
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Level 14
Apr 5, 2017
so boring got all of them right first try!! PLZ! SO EASY!!!!!! 😒😒
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Level 78
May 22, 2019
Tough crowd
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Level 67
Apr 22, 2020
As much chance of being true as your being from Djibouti as stated on your user page.
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Level 24
Jun 26, 2017
Yay got all right!
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Level 62
Dec 12, 2017
I tried about a million spellings of Izze for the six-pointed yellow one. And not only were none of them the correct answer, but none of them were even the correct spelling of Izze (Izee, Ize, Izi, Izy, Isee, Ise, Isi, Isy).

But despite that, great quiz! Keep making more. I have only one suggestion, which will be in my next comment.

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Level 72
May 22, 2019
… because the answer was WalMart?
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Level 62
Dec 12, 2017
Even though the one with the birds is sometimes part of the nestle logo, it does not appear on most of their products.To make it more clear, add the red shape on the logo that's below the birds to the picture. Of course, don't put the words in it.
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Level 74
Dec 25, 2017
Spelling: Nestlé - without the é, it would just be pronounced "nessel"!
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Level 72
Jun 6, 2019
What do you think those birds are doing? They’re nestling.
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Level 49
Mar 18, 2018
lol I missed the one with yellow, the B one, and the green one with 3 lines. I had no idea.. I quit with 58 seconds left.. lol
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Level 81
May 22, 2019
lol
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Level 42
May 23, 2019
Great quiz. Only let down is when some of those brands are culturally specific. AT&T, Walmart.
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Level 67
May 27, 2019
But a great variety compared to some other logo quizzes where half were national. Only 2 is a good balance.
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Level 80
Jun 29, 2019
WalMart is one of the largest companies in the world. Its international business alone (which is a tiny share of its total business) is worth 10x what Skoda's entire revenue stream is. What culture do you erroneously believe it's specific to?
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Level 55
Jun 15, 2020
USA obv.
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Level 69
May 24, 2019
Agreed, to an extent. I got AT&T but had no clue on Walmart. Nor did I know the Beats by Dre. I don't even know what product they make or sell. Though, I suspect that's more my own lack of interest in modern music and its associated industries.

I do think Walmart could be replaced by a more globally recognised brand though.

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Level 62
Jun 15, 2019
If us Americans have to try to get Skoda auto, you guys can try to get Walmart. I knew it was a car brand but my European car knowledge is limited.
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Level 80
Jun 29, 2019
As usual when someone here says "global" what they really mean is "in the UK" or possibly Germany or Australia, as if their tiny corner of the planet comprises the entire rest of the world outside of the USA. Wal-Mart operates over 11,000 stores in 27 different countries. It is the #1 largest private employer in the entire world, with more than 2.2 million employees. They have stores in the UK, too, though in that territory they go by the name Asda.
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Level 80
Jun 29, 2019
Asda uses a similar logo, too.
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Level 73
Jun 29, 2019
The story of how Wal-Mart failed in Germany is quite enjoyable. Poor devils thought they could just smile at Germans without repercussions.

But yes, Wal-Mart has without questions enough standing for a global quiz, I don't even know which other store brand would be more famous the world around.

However, I only missed North Face who I've never heard of but assume are skinning Swedes for profit. Pretty good, there always have to be on or to obscure ones.

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Level 79
Jun 29, 2019
I wouldn't be so happy if Walmart failed in my area. Many years ago I had a flat tire and discovered my spare was also flat. I went to a nearby service station and it was still thirty minutes before it closed, but the man said it was too close to closing time to start fixing a tire, even though I was stranded and had young children with me. I had to sit in the car 45 minutes while I waited for my brother to come and rescue us. He drove us to Walmart where they were happy to fix my tire. Walmart does things I don't like, but they employ a lot of people in our town, and they offer 24-hour services that local businesses can't or won't. Also, their prices are affordable. I don't get why people always badmouth them.
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Level 73
Jun 30, 2019
Probably because they are exploiting their employees, prohibit unions and are using predatory pricing. And in Europe there are a lot of services that are specialized on situations like the one you described. You would probably just call a mobile mechanic.
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Level 80
Jul 1, 2019
Perhaps these quizzes could be improved somewhat by researching what the companies that do business internationally are called in various territories. Wal-Mart, as I pointed out above, actually does do business in the UK. But their stores in the UK are called Asda. Asda could be added as a type-in. On another quiz I think it was pointed out that Mr. Clean is sold in Latin America but is called Senor Limpio there. That could be added as a type-in. I know this would probably take a lot of work, and probably wouldn't stop Algernon from complaining, but it would be a cool update.
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Level 80
Jul 1, 2019
In Saudi Arabia I remember noticing that "Tamimi Market" had the same "S" logo as Safeway supermarkets back home- which I thought was odd as there is no "S" anywhere in "Tamimi Market." I at first thought it was maybe coincidence, or maybe another case of trademark infringement which is common overseas. Then I found out that it was the same company, they just adopted a different name in the Saudi Arabian market.
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Level 67
Jul 2, 2019
I had the same happen with hungry jacks in Australia when lived there. At first I thought the logo just looked like burger king until I actually ate there one time and noticed that they sold whoppers.
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Level 55
Jun 15, 2020
This is a little disingenuous, Walmart doesn't have stores in the UK, they own the chain ASDA. Brits wouldn't look at that Walmart logo and think of ASDA. The recognisable ASDA logo is simply the name written in green caps.
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Level 67
May 27, 2019
Great quiz good variety. Only ones I didnt get were ones I had never seen cause we dont have it here, so no exposure to it. At&T and wallmart (though I have heard of them both). But so much better than most logo quizes where 1/2 up to 2/3 are not known outside america. Good job!
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Level 67
May 27, 2019
Forgot checkmark, props to the maker :) Though you could also (allways) argue that knowing all was too easy :) I think they are all extremely famous. Maybe not beats (only the last few years)
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Level 80
Jul 2, 2019
None of the logo quizzes on this site have more than 1 or 2 answers that are unknown outside of the USA. I've checked all of them.
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Level 73
Jul 2, 2019
Seems like Firefox recently changed their logo... https://www.theverge.com/2019/6/11/18661931/mozilla-firefox-logo-new-design-more-fire-less-fox
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Level 32
Feb 19, 2020
I got most of them... kinda... not really. I got 12/20 and I missed out 'the north face, walmart, playboy, AT&T, Gucci, spotify, beats by Dre and Nestle.
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Level 61
Mar 10, 2020
Fun fact about Puma, the company was founded by Rudolf Dassler and the headquarters are just down the road from the headquarters of Adidas, founded by his brother Adolf. Before they split, they worked together as Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik and they gave Jesse Owens shoes for the 1936 Olympics, the first ever sponsorship deal for an African American athlete.
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Level 20
Apr 7, 2020
17 out of 20, just because I'm British ; )
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Level 52
Apr 18, 2020
I got all of them with one minute to spare I am ten!
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Level 59
Apr 23, 2020
everything was great 'til i got to that bottom row.
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Level 21
May 5, 2020
19/20, just didn't know skoda auto
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Level 21
Nov 24, 2020
missed gucci