YESTERDAY, thousands of shoppers lined up outside major retailers in hopes of snapping up the biggest bargains of the year in Boxing Day sales. 

But some eagled-eyed shoppers online noticed a hilarious blunder on the Next wesbite.

A glitch last night saw a baby dress being sold for £4,000. 

The Boden 'blue puff sleeve nostagic dress' which has a little white peter pan collar and farmyard animals appliqued onto the skirt was on sale on the retailer for £4,043.

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At around 11pm the dress was in stock in 0-3months, 3-6months, 6-9months and 3-4years but was unavailable in sizes 12-18months, 1.5-2years and 2-3years. 

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This morning, the dress is still available to buy online. 

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Writing on Facebook, one person suggested the dress might be priced "ridiculously high" so that nobody buys it. 

Another person added that it would be a "hilarious" prank to play on a partner. 

A third said it was "probably" just a typo error. 

Next have been contacted for a comment.