The internet-only retailer owned up to the error on Twitter — and even joked the packaging would now be a "limited edition".
Fans said they were desperate to get their hands on the bags and some predicted they would fetch a small fortune on eBay.
Asos tweeted this morning: "Ok, so we *may* have printed 17,000 bags with a typo. We’re calling it a limited edition."
The clear bags are branded in large black letters with the slogan: "Discover fashion onilne".
Asos fan Chelsea Evans tweeted: "This makes me love you guys more and now I want one of those bags."
Fashion blogger Nirina Plunkett said: "Now I really wanna complete my order just to get my hands on one of these!"
Melissa Brooker said: "Watch ebay go mad with people selling them for £1000's."
And Melissa Conway said: "Oh, I hope when my order comes tomorrow I'm one of the lucky winners of these."
Some fans admitted they struggled to notice the typo on the bag.
Elle May Coleman tweeted: "I know I’m a little thick in more than one way but what is the typo? I'm trying really hard."
Lucy Howarth said: "That took me way longer than it should have."
The retailer was also praised for owning up to the mistake and for not junking the bags.
One Twitter user said: "Better a limited edition than throwing it away!"
Asos said it uses 40million plastic mailing bags and five million cardboard boxes every year and they are all recyclable.
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