Call it a gaffe or something, but for a short moment in time, Sears.com
was actually selling the iPad 2
for the unimaginable price of $69
– that’s for the 16GB Wi-Fi version actually. Yes, you read that right, Apple’s popular tablet was selling for a crazy price too hard to believe! Well, that’s exactly what it is, something that’s too good to be true.
Apparently, Sears listed the 16GB and 32GB Wi-Fi only versions of the iPad 2 for $69 and $169 respectively, which is something that’ll stop most people in their tracks. Actually, some people managed to place an order while it was listed on Sear’s web site – and they even received confirmation of the sale. However, it seems that Sears caught the mistake early on and quickly took action as they removed the listings altogether.
Without question, we’re curious to see if those lucky people will eventually get the product they ordered. Or will they simply be denied?
**Update** We've received information from buyers that Sears is canceling all orders and is in the process of issuing refunds to those customers who were charged. Of course, there are going to be a lot of upset people regarding this – with some already planning to take things to the next level with legal action. Do you think that Sears should still honor the price mistakes?