The company's website error resulted in some great bargains for some lucky shoppers, if the orders will be honored.
Wal-Mart stores experienced a technical glitch that made the price of some products on their website absurdly low.
Shoppers took to social media on Wednesday to tweet about treadmills that cost $33.16 and Hewlett Packard monitors going for $8.85, according to The Associated Press.
The company is trying to fix the problem, a spokesperson for the Arkansas-based company told the AP. But there is no word yet on whether the retailer will honor the bargain prices.
I expect Walmart to cancel the order, but if they don't, WOOOOOOOOO *flair strut* pic.twitter.com/plMIPatQgS
— 2spooky [://puls3] (@CMPuLs3) November 6, 2013
Uhm. GTA V is $18. Walmart dun goofed up?
— Wario64 (@Wario64) November 6, 2013
In truly ridiculous price war news, Wal-Mart appears to be selling TFiOS for $3.05. http://t.co/MlBqKVCSwC
— John Green (@realjohngreen) November 6, 2013
Rofl, someone hacked walmart online store and everyone is going crazy buying hundreds and thousand dollar items at 8.99.
— GotShotGG (@CLG_HotshotGG) November 6, 2013
— Michael DiMauro (@thriftynerd) November 6, 2013