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Microsoft's Swedish Xbox store accidentally listed a $200 "Forza Horizon" bundle for 72 cents, but gamers fortunate enough to take advantage of the pricing bug appear to be out of luck.

Numerous gaming boards and other outlets report Microsoft isn't honoring the mistake and is issuing refunds and barring access to the games to those who bought it cheap.

A member of the gaming forum ResetEra had noticed on Thursday that the $200 premium bundle for Xbox and PC was being sold for the Euro equivalent of 72 cents. The bundle included "Forza Horizon 4" and "Forza Horizon 5" titles along with all of the subsequent downloadable content. European players quickly took advantage of the error, although players outside of Europe weren't able to access the Swedish Microsoft store.

Microsoft started to issue refunds and removed access to the game after the company noticed the pricing error on the online store within a few hours. Gaming companies typically honor purchases made with pricing mistakes.

Epic Games accidentally sold India pre-purchases of the $45 "FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition" in August for about six cents. Epic Games put out a statement saying "it was our mistake, and we wanted to let you know that we'll be honoring all pre-purchases made at that price."

There's been no statement from Microsoft about the pricing mistake.