To take advantage of the promotion, customers must sign up for the free Build-A-Bear Bonus Club members, and children must be under 14.
Bring your child into a store any day during their birthday month, and they can build a Birthday Treat Bear, which regularly costs $14, by paying their age.
The Thursday one-day "Pay Your Age" sale, which promised teddy bears for the cost of your child's age, ended abruptly -- in some states, before the stores even opened -- after an overwhelming response. And Build-A-Bear has been working to make amends ever since.
Build-A-Bear CEO Shannon Price John apologized to customers on "TODAY," and the retailer offered a $15 voucher to online customers and to those who were turned away from stores.
Dwight Adams of The Indianapolis Star contributed to this story.
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