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JB Hi-Fi official Ed Sheeran Equals t-shirt marked down to $5 in Australia

The VERY unlikely $5 item flying off shelves at JB Hi-Fi right now – and it’s about to sell out

  • Shoppers are rushing to nab an official Ed Sheeran t-shirt that is just $5
  • JB Hi-Fi has marked down the shirt which normally retails at $35 to $4.98 
  • Fans of the singer are buying the item in bulk to wear at his upcoming concerts 

An Aussie music and electronics store has sent shoppers into a spin after marking down a popular item just $5. 

JB Hi-Fi are swinging an official Ed Sheeran t-shirt which usually retails at more than $30 for just $4.98 – but fans better be quick as most sizes have already sold out. 

One customer altered shoppers to the deal on the Markdown Addicts Australia Facebook page prompting members to rush to the store’s website. 

Ed Sheeran fans are rushing to get their hands the singer’s official merchandise that has been marked down from $35 to just $5 ahead of his Australian tour early next year

The black shirts are going for $35 plus delivery on Sheeran’s official website and from other retailers. 

They don the same symbol seen on the cover of the British singing sensation’s fifth album ‘Equals’. 

Fans online were reeling from the special and said quickly snapped up the shirt to wear at Sheeran’s upcoming Australian concerts early next year. 

The shirts are available on the JB Hi-Fi website in large and extra-large sizes and don't seem to be stocked in any stores for purchase or click and collect

The shirts are available on the JB Hi-Fi website in large and extra-large sizes and don’t seem to be stocked in any stores for purchase or click and collect

‘Thank you! Bought it for his concert next year, outfit sorted!’ one woman said.

‘Got four, ready for the concert. Thanks,’ wrote another. 

‘On his website the shirts are $35… So we are saving $30,’ a third pointed out.  

The tops are available on the JB Hi-Fi website in large and extra-large sizes and don’t seem to be stocked in any stores for purchase or click and collect.

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