In a now-viral TikTok, an Instacart shopper shows the massive, multi-cart order she unknowingly accepted.
TikTok user Jackie (@creatingpurplejoy) posted the video on March 31. As of April 4, the video received over 1 million views.
In the clip, Jackie says she accepted a $150 Instacart order without looking at what items she would be picking up. She then shows a clip of several pallet carts loaded with bulk snacks and sodas.
The caption reads, “So I got it done in less than 2 hours but I wasn’t expecting it to be thissss big. My car was packed ya’ll.” She also clarified that the customer had multiple people help her unload her car when she made the delivery.
@creatingpurplejoy So I got it done in less than two hours but – I wasn’t expecting it to be thissss big! My car was packed, yall- I didn’t think I was gonna make it all fit. Huge shoutout to my customer who had multiple employees with carts to help me unload and deliver! 🥰❤️ #instacartshopper #instacartdelivery #instacartstory #instacartshopperlife #instacartshopperhelp #instacartshopperproblems #instacartshoppertip #shoppingforinstacart ♬ syrup by solomon – joe ♡
In the comments section, other delivery drivers and shoppers discussed their largest orders.
“I did that to myself one time too it was for 3 orders and one of them had 24 cases of water,” one user wrote.
“I once got a $70 one and it was 50 cases of soda. WORST THING EVER,” another said.
However, some viewers criticized the customer for using a delivery service app for such a large order.
“These people really using Instacart for a delivery service for restaurants and businesses like how lazy can y’all be,” one commenter wrote.
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