Weird things are happening at Best Buy, however, I’ve seen so many of them that I’m not really surprised. Due to an error on the website the online retailer is selling a 52-inch HDTV for only $10. The Samsung LN52A650 is now available for everybody at Best Buy’s page (link can be found at the bottom of the post), and although it usually costs a “mere” $1,800, the 1080p-capable TV is listed at $10. Is this real? Well, it’s real, but Best Buy has a clear policy when such errors occur and the guys in charge can “revoke” offers and to “correct” any errors.
You know what this means, right? If Best Buy wants to cancel your purchase even if your credit card has already been charged, then the will cancel your purchase. It’s clear that they wouldn’t like to lose approximately $1790, but Best Buy will give you the money, but God knows when.
Well, if this wasn’t a pricing error, and Best Buy wants to get rid of this Samsung LN52A650 52″ HDTV 1080p with a 16:9 aspect ratio, USB ports, 4 HDMI ports, and 120Hz refresh rate then you should know that this beauty is still available for $10, but the shipping fee may vary.
Buy the Samsung LN52A650 52″ 1080p HDTV for 10$ at Best Buy here.
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