Shoppers have been buying up a kids bunk bed after spotting a price glitch on Amazon.
The glitch mean that the bunk bed was reduced from £219.99 to just £23.49.
This meant that a huge £196.50 was knocked off the price tag, or a sizeable 89%.
Bargain hunters spotted the deal yesterday (February 2) but sadly, the price has now increased to its original £219.99 tag.
The bunk bed is made by brand Sangda and comes with a slide and an adjustable ladder.
The price error was shared by a shopper in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook who wrote: “Not sure if it’s a glitch but ordered one to see if it actually comes.”
Fellow Facebook users were loving the money -saving tip, as the post racked up around 2,000 comments.
One shopper, who managed to order the bed at the hugely discounted price, said: “I ordered this last night at the cheap price and no email yet to say it has been cancelled just an email to say order being processed.”
Another added: “I’ve ordered one. Let’s see what turns up.”
However, others have already said they’ve had cancellation emails from Amazon.
One shopper moaned: “Mine was cancelled this morning.”
A second chimed in: “Mine’s been cancelled said pricing error.”
Retailers don’t technically have to honour price glitches if it was a genuine mistake.
However, once the product has been sent to you, the company can’t usually cancel your order, even if it realises it’s sold you something at the wrong price.
Daily Star Online has contacted Amazon for comment. The bran has yet to confirm whether it’ll honour any of the orders.
If it doesn’t, it means shoppers orders will be cancelled and their money will be returned.
Amazon also hit headlines this week as Jeff Bezos announced he has stepped down as CEO of the retail giant.
He founded the firm more than 25 years ago, but has revealed Amazon Web Services chief Andy Jassy is taking over the role.
The news comes as the firm reported record revenues for its key Christmas quarter, which topped $100billion (£73billion) for the first time.