Birmingham news Asda shoppers manage to grab £375 sofa for just £10 during website glitch PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - People managed to grab a three-seater for just a tenner from Asda
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Asda shoppers managed to grab themselves an amazing deal after a glitch let them get buy a sofa for just £10. The supermarket released the Edmund sofa for £375 but it appears there was a difference in price if you chose a different colour. According to reports, the duck egg sofa was showing up as just £10 which was cheaper than its delivery charge. It didn't stop there however as people noticed that the charcoal grey option as £14, the silver at £30 and the pewter colour at £35. And of course, this soon spread around Twitter as people reported the glitch and tried to take advantage of the deal. According to the Sun, one man from Lewisham bought three of the sofas after being told about the deal from a friend. Shoppers couldn't believe their eyes when they saw the price, and the memes commenced (Image: Asda) He said: "My mate called me in hysterics about the deal," he said. "His mum has already bought six of them. "The real story is going to be whether they turn up or not." Naturally, there was an instant social media storm, with memes in abundance as news of the glitch spread through the Internet.
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. We wonder whether they bought them in order to properly socially distance their five friends when they’re finally allowed inside the house again. One Tweeter joked that he was making space for one of the £10 sofas in his bathroom. Another joked that Asda would send doll’s house sofas in place of the real deal. Shops don’t have to honour price glitches if they were a genuine mistake, and can cancel your order and refund the money if this is the case.
Sadly, it appears Asda have confirmed the sofa’s sale price was a glitch, after someone online asked if it was “legit”. The Asda Service Team responded saying there had been an error, and they were unable to supply them. A spokesperson from Asda said: “We know our customers love our low prices which is why we're not surprised those eagle-eyed among us spotted this mistake shortly after it appeared on our website. "We are very sorry to those customers who tried to order one of these sofa's and we have written to them all to apologise for the error."
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