Harrods website glitch sees Aspinal bags on sale for £3
A glitch on Harrods’ website became joyous treat for savvy shoppers on Thursday afternoon when the site mistakenly listed fine leather handbags worth several hundred pounds at under £5.
The range, belonging to high-end leather accessories brand Aspinal of London, was completely sold out by Thursday evening as shoppers quickly snapped up the bargain.
A croc effect Eaton clutch was priced at £3.36, while a patent Portobello shoulder bag costed £2.51. Shoppers also bagged the brand’s Letterbox Saddle bag for just £3. According to reports, the bags’ real prices go up to £950.
A shopper told the Evening Standard: "I couldn't believe my eyes and luck when I saw the handbags. Now I hope that Harrods honour the mistake and I get my £800 handbag for a fiver."
The famous luxury department store has recently announced plans to carry out a major £200m refurbishment – the biggest in its 183-year history- to attract more Asian customers to its Knightsbridge store. All 330 departments inside the building will be given a makeover.
As part of the revamp, the luxury retailer will expand its e-commerce options and launch Tencent’s WeChat Pay service next year.
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