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Amazon Prime Day pricing glitch meant people bought thousands of dollars worth of camera gear for $94.50

Amazon Prime Day pricing glitch meant people bought thousands of dollars worth of camera gear for $94.50
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A pricing glitch on Amazon's website over Prime Day meant that some shoppers saved thousands of dollars on camera gear.




One shopper said they bought a $3,000 telescope lens for under $100.




While some have already had confirmation that items are being shipped, others are awaiting confirmation and wondering if Amazon will cancel their order.




Amazon did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment.




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A pricing glitch on Amazon's website over Prime Day meant people were able to buy thousands of dollars worth of camera gear for under $100.
According to the photograph and camera news site PetaPixel, one shopper noticed that a $548 Sony a6000 and 16-50mm lens bundle was listed on Amazon for $94.50 and shared this on Slickdeals on Monday, the first day of the Prime Day sales.
The post hit the front page and it wasn't long before comments began to flood in as camera enthusiasts expressed their delight and shared other giant savings. For others, however, the deal did not show up, suggesting that there may have been glitches on Amazon's website.
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