Cape Town - There are thousands of smiling Red Devils' fans all over the world after a website glitch afforded them a massive discount on the team's new 2014/15 English Premiership kit.
The Daily Mail are suggesting at least 4 000 Manchester United fans scored big after taking adavantage of club's website offered the new 2014/15 kit at less than half price.
The website made a real hash of things by allowing fans to purchase the new shirt for £22 which is normally priced at £55.
Those loyal fans who purchased the full kit scored a "brace" as they paid just £37 for the full kit when it should cost £92.
Reports suggest the club lost £200,000 as fans cashed in.
In typical supporter fashion, the lucky fans took to Twitter to celebrate their win:
Ricky Sidhu wrote: "Buzzing if the Man U store honours the glitch yday,
would mean I got the united away kit for £32"
Kevin 'The FutHub' added: "Man U messed up the pricing on their
website I just bought a $90 kit for $43"
Muhammad Rabi boasted: "Just got the new Man U
home kit for 1/2 price!"
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