TESCO is giving out free iPhones, AirPods and new Samsung phones this week.
It’s part of a ‘Super Subs’ promotion that will see some lucky Click+Collect customers get items in their basket swapped for top tech products.
The free tech is part of a Tesco Mobile promotionCredit: Alamy
Shoppers may find they get an iPhone 12 Mini or a Samsung Galaxy S21 just from doing their weekly food shop.
However, only a few stores are taking part and you’ll need to add certain items to your basket for a chance of getting some free tech.
For example, Tesco laundry tablets could be swapped out for a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7, a top range tablet that has a Samsung Kids mode.
Apples may we swapped out for an Apple iPhone SE.
We’ve rounded up all the potential items swaps below so you know what to add to your basket.
Products Tesco might swap for tech
Here’s some items you may want to add to your shopping basket…
Frozen cod for Airpods
Apples for an iPhone SE
Mini Cheddars for iPhone 12 Mini
Baked bread rolls for a Motorola E7
Tesco laundry tablets for Samsung Galaxy Tab 7
Galaxy Milk Chocolate Bar for Samsung Galaxy S21 5G
Galaxy chocolate drink for Samsung Galaxy Watch 3
Pampers Active Fit Nappies for Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 Black
Cotton Buds for Samsung Galaxy Buds Live
Gnocchi for Nokia 3.4
There’s only 80 free prizes up for grabs so you’ll need some luck on your side if you want your everyday food shop product to be swapped out.
Click+Collect customers should also be aware that only certain Tesco stores are taking part.
These stores are: Glasgow Silverburn Extra in Glasgow, Twickenham Extra in Greater London, Stretford Extra in Manchester, Swansea Cadle Extra in Swansea, Portsmouth Extra in Portsmouth and Dudley Extra in Birmingham.
The free tech is part of a Tesco Mobile promotion and they’ll be chances to win between now and April 18.
Tesco explained in a statement: “From today until 18 April, Tesco Mobile is raiding the nation’s shopping bags to make unbelievable substitutes in lucky Tesco.com Click+Collect orders.
“Tesco Mobile’s ‘Super Subs’ has been created to show how amazing things can happen when the worlds of supermarket and mobile come together – all while putting a smile on shopper’s faces.”
Full terms and conditions can be found on the Tesco website.
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And, Samsung has launched a “try before you buy” scheme for its most expensive mobiles to date.
What tech gadget would you like for free? Let us know in the comments…
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