Recently, a promotion by Tesco, a British convenience store chain, has caught the attention of Internet users around the world. The company is sending electronic devices along with orders placed for collection as a way to promote the new sales modality. In particular, the lawsuit came into the spotlight with the case of Nick James, a 50-year-old Briton, who received an iPhone SE when ordering apples through the network’s app.
Nick told his story through a post in your personal account from Twitter and soon caught the attention of the media. In the tweet, the Brit explains that he was making routine purchases in Tesco’s “click and collect” mode when he was surprised by the gift: “it brightened my son’s week,” he celebrates.
Nick James iPhone SE and Tesco’s letter detailing the promotion. (Source: Nick James, Twitter / Reproduction)Source: Nick James, Twitter
Although super unusual, the promotion is only valid for select stores in the United Kingdom and has a distribution limit of “only” 80 items, which may include devices such as an iPhone, Galaxy Tab A7, Airpods, among others. The promotion ends next Sunday (18th).