The dream came true! Man orders apples from the supermarket and gets the iPhone instead

Online deployment has become a necessity of the times, especially in times of corona virus infections. Everything from groceries to dining utensils are ordered at the click of a button in the comfort of our homes. It often happens that the items we order are different from the items we receive. These combinations create a hassle for us and call into question the convenience of ordering online. However, a person shopping from a supermarket was pleasantly surprised with his online grocery order. Instead of getting an order for a bag of apples, he was given an Apple iPhone SE. Check out the tweet he shared:

(Also read: Restaurant employee surprised by pleasant notes with online delivery order)

Nick James, 50, who lives in the UK, shares photos of the iPhone SE that came with his grocery order. He thanked the service provider for the amazing gift and wrote on Twitter, “On Wednesday evening we took our clicks and went to collect the order. Created the week! “

The free iPhone is part of Tesco’s new plan to run this marketing campaign for its online shoppers. The ‘Super Substitute’ scheme involves offering surprise gifts to customers who need regular customers. For example, ordering laundry tablets may win you a digital tablet! The original item will also be added to the line, but the idea is to bring a smile to the customer’s faces with an expensive payment that is not attached to any string.

This tweet quickly created waves across the internet and led to many media reports. According to the report, 80 such products are being offered by Tesco at several outlets across the UK.

Take a look at how users reacted to the amazing gift.

(Read also: India wants to order pizza in India, not just biryani, here is the proof)

What would be your reaction if you received a phone call with your grocery order? Tell us in the comments below!

About Aditi AhujaAditi loves to talk and meet with like-minded foodies (especially those who like veg momos). Plus points if you get her bad jokes and sitcom tips or if you suggest a new place to eat.

Sophia Harrison

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I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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