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Accidentally Amazon Sold $12000 Lenses And Other Items For $100

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Accidentally Amazon Sold $12000 Lenses And Other Items For $100

When it comes to shopping, people like to purchase items online, and Amazon is ruling over the ecommerce industry. Amazon might be celebrating its prime day sale success. But, some customers have even grabbed a better deal than they ever thought. Amazon accidentally sold camera lenses and other items which are usually worth $12000 for just $100. It’s been confirmed that it was not a part of a discounted price sale but just a price error. One user, while surfing on the website found that Sony’s 16-50 mm lens was listed at only $94.5 whose actual price was more than $548.

After that particular user had got this deal, he shared it on numerous forums and websites from where the game began. Many users, after finding this “trick” were in search of mistakes which would give them items at a very meager price. One grave mistake which was found by a user was Canon camera worth of $2500 listed at $94 only. After witnessing so many errors on the website, Amazon took a final look at it and fixed it.

They corrected it immediately and solved the problem, which was letting users buy products at super low prices. Amazon has been trying to attract more number of customers, and that’s why every year they’re coming up with prime day sale. Amazon officially declared that this year’s prime day sale was more significant than cyber Monday and Black Friday. Jeff Bezos has already thanked all the Amazonians who have made prime day successful. Even though this is the moment of happiness for tech giant company. It also shows the weakness of it because there are still some people who have successfully bought a camera and lenses at super low prices. Some photographers are going to remember this prime day for many upcoming days.

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