Now you have to weigh it when you go to Ruixing to buy coffee?
This week Ruixing launched a new series of drum deer metal badges and launched a campaign to buy two cups of badges and give them away. The naive and cute fawn is paired with a textured metal material, and the drum deer series badge successfully attracted a large wave of netizens to place orders.
(the picture is from Ruixing Little Red Book account)
However, it is not easy to get the metal badge you like. Luckily, this activity uses a blind box lottery. Each order is given a badge at random. Netizens who receive the gift will not know which deer they will pick before opening the box.
Lucky fans may experience both the joy of winning a wish badge and drinking delicious coffee, both physically and mentally satisfied, but for less lucky fans, this blind badge-drawing event may not be very friendly.
Some netizens placed an order of takeout in the two stores for two days, but they got the same badge, while some netizens even drank Ruixing for three days without getting their own heart style, and those who could not draw out the money and could not make up a complete set of lucky fans looked at the metal badges in their hands. Big tears could not help but flow out.
How on earth can you successfully collect the style you want?
Of course, the most simple and rude method is that you can't smoke it again, but every time you place an order, there are two cups of coffee waiting to be drunk, and this method may not be able to collect the whole set successfully. some netizens have already drunk 10 cups of raw coconut lattes, and another netizen who has received the help of Tuhao colleagues has only one set of 16 blind boxes in 2 days. It can be seen that it is very difficult for some netizens to collect a complete set of badges by virtue of their own luck.
As a result, netizens who can't drink so much coffee without tuhao colleagues come up with a new way to exchange badges with others who have similar experiences, which is indeed a solution to the problem. many netizens get their favorite badges by exchanging them with colleagues, friends or netizens.
But there are also netizens who are unwilling to admit defeat to find another way, bringing a bartender to Ruixing store to pick a badge.
Weighing the blind box is the way many blind box players play. Rui fans who suffer from the blind drawing of lucky badges go out with a handful of electronic weights and say in front of the lucky bar, accurate to the number one decimal place on the display screen to determine whether the package contains the one they want.
Some netizens successfully used this method to get their own heart rituals, took photos and posted pictures with joy, and did not forget to share their experiences with other Swiss fans who were struggling in the "blind sea of suffering".
There are also intimate netizens who summed up the precise weight of each of the five badges, which are provided to Rui fans who also want to use weighing methods to get metal badges.
Rui fans who have tried this method and successfully told each other that recently more netizens have gone to Ruixing stores to pick blind boxes.
Lucky employees from the beginning of the face of question marks, curious and surprised, to now accept the style of Swiss fans to look at the weight and pick badges, when not busy to meet customers who borrow electronic scales, some employees will kindly help weigh.
Of course, you can only bother lucky friends when the store is free.
Picture from: Xiao Hong Shu
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