Shipt Commercial - Shopper with Huge Fish

Shipt, the online grocery delivery service which connects local retailers in your neighborhood with Shipt Shoppers that help you get the things you need, from grocery delivery to household essentials, baby items, and more, the same day, has released a series of new ads that carry the tagline “Over-delivering delivery”.

One of them features a Shipt shopper who gets out of a lake with a huge fish that he had caught with with his bare hands.

Another spot features a family on the side of the road getting a Shipt delivery that consists in pack of Huggies diapers. Apparently, they were all out of the car because of the smell coming from the toddler sitting in her car chair. The protagonist of another spot is a mother whose decor items in the living room become a pinata for the kids having fun at a birthday party hosted there. When the Shipt shopper arrives with the pinata, the woman, who saw the birthday cake smashed rigt in front of her eyes, immediately grabs it and runs inside to save what she can still save from the kids’ hands.

The commercials end with the brand’s logo and website flashing across the screen.

How Shipt works? Customers must create an order from favorite stores in the Shipt app or on its website then connect with their shopper and get up-to-the-minute updates with every order. Next, they have to schedule a delivery, and their order will arrive in as soon as 1 hour.

In terms of price, customers can pay $99 for a year of unlimited free delivery.

Shipt same-day delivery membership includes access to same day delivery from stores like Target, Publix, Meijer, Kroger, H-E-B, and more, personalized service from a shopper who selects each item and keeps you updated along the way, exclusive savings in the app for members and weekly store sales, flexibility to change delivery addresses or send a grocery delivery to friends and family, 24/7, US-based customer service, and more.

To become a Shipt Shopper, Shipt requires all applicants to submit a video interview and to consent to background and driving history checks.

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