BARGAIN Buys has been slammed online after selling festive gift tags with a glaring spelling mistake on them.
The store is stocking circular present tags with a cheery Santa on the front, which has the phrase ‘No Peaking’.
The 20-pack of tags is being sold for a bargain price of £1, but you may need to ask for a refund as it’s meant to say ‘No Peeking’.
One eagle-eyed shopper spotted the gaffe in-store, and shared it to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.
She said: “Make sure when buying your Xmas tags that the grammar is correct, unlike these from bargain buys.
“Santa says no peaking.”
The error has racked up more than 1,000 likes – but some people couldn’t see the error.
Make sure when buying your Xmas tags that the grammar is correct
One mum asked: “I did not even realise it was spelt wrong at first.”
Another wrote: “That is the right spelling…..”
A third said: “I did not even realise it was spelt wrong at first.”
Another person asked: “What is it suspose to say ??”
This mum admitted: “Blooming ek!! I've put them on the presents.”
While another wrote: “I think it's hilarious, I've bought loads of things over the years without noticing until it was to late.”
And this mum added: “I got these luckily my kids can't read haha.”
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