Earlier this morning, Best Buy mistakenly listed Samsung's LN52A650 for just $10. Not any more. Some folks (including me) bought one at the cheaper price, but update 2: Best Buy is now sending out canceled order emails.
The product you ordered is no longer available and the order has been
canceled. If you'd like to make another selection, visit a Best Buy
store or BestBuy.com. The credit card (or Gift Card) used for this
order has been credited
It'd be nice if they just admitted it was a screw up. But oh well, the dream was fun while it lasted. Interestingly, though the product page was fixed, with "Price: $1699.99: Sold Out Online" posted in big fat red letters—it now looks to have been taken down completely.
If you successfully bought the TV at $10—and haven't received a cancellation—post a comment below and fill us in.
Sometimes companies honor pricing mistakes to avoid bad PR, but this would have been a pricey mishap. No surprise, though—Best Buy's "Conditions of Use" fine print reads:
Errors on Our Site
Prices and availability of products and services are subject to change without notice. Errors will be corrected where discovered, and Best Buy reserves the right to revoke any stated offer and to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions including after an order has been submitted and whether or not the order has been confirmed and your credit card charged. If your credit card has already been charged for the purchase and your order is cancelled, Best Buy will issue a credit to your credit card account in the amount of the charge. Individual bank policies will dictate when this amount is credited to your account. If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase, you may return it in accordance with Best Buy's Return Policy.
What the page had looked like: