We ordered 'bargain' Christmas cake in Tesco delivery – we were baffled when it arrived | The Sun

We ordered 'bargain' Christmas cake in Tesco delivery – we were baffled when it arrived | The Sun

December 22, 2022

A COUPLE who ordered a bargain Tesco Christmas cake felt seriously short changed when it arrived.

The 'Fruity and decadent Iced Rich Fruit Cake' from the supermarket's 'Finest' range comes with a star on top.

The 283 calorie festive treat is neatly packaged in a posh box and viewing window.

But the size of the Christmas cake, which appears to be flogged for a tenner each online, left the couple gobsmacked.

The TikTok video was captioned: "When your wife gets a bargain fruit cake for Christmas delivered."

The camera then pans out to show the iced cake is in fact the size of a cup cake and fits in the palm of your hand.

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The disgruntled customer added: "And it ends up being absolutely tiny."

The clip sparked a wave of laughing emoji reactions in the comment section – with viewers left giggling at the mishap.

Tesco say the treat is meant to be a half size Chrimbo cake.

The Christmas let down is not first this year – as Brits have experienced a string of shoddy festive experiences.

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Families slammed "overhyped" Winter Funland in Manchester after just an hour-and-a-half cost one group over £100.

Just one portion of candyfloss at the "festive extravaganza" sets punters back £4.

Brits were also getting ripped off north of the border with Edinburgh Christmas market robbing £20 for six pieces of fudge.

And the wallet-busting festivities kept on coming as London's Winter Wonderland asked £8 for a potato.

While one dad was charged almost £60 for pick-and-mix in outrageous scenes at another Christmas market.

But one family-of-five managed to dodge a festive rip off – spending less than £150 on their outing to London's Winter Wonderland.

TikTok creator Casey Barker took his family to the Hyde Park venue despite it recently been branded a rip off.

While a couple claim they run Britain's cheapest Santa's grotto.

Raj Narang, 36, and hubby Danny, 32, offer free entry to anyone who visits, as well as complimentary gifts, food and drinks.

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