Hmph - I hate market place sellers who do this; you could have the item on your wishlist when it was available from Amazon for the usual price; then, when it becomes unavailable from Amazon but is available from a 3rd party, it stays on your wishlist but at the new price - so anyone browsing it thinks that you must think that the item is value for money at that price. Yes, in this case £10,000.24 is a silly and obviously jokey price; but what if it was £200? Still massively overpriced, but to someone who doesn't know the item or its usual value, it may seem acceptable - particularly if it is on a wishlist.
Perhaps Amazon should display the MSRP prominently on the product page, and should indicate whether an item on a wishlist has increased in value since it was added?
I emailed them ages ago but they didnt get back to me or as we can see change the price. I guess someone needs to fully explain supply and demand as they seem very overambitious in their pricing. Ive heard of Mac tax but blimey!
Well theyve dealt with the price finally although they are still having a laugh at that price £67! Come on even apple the harbingers of high prices are charging less than that and they want P&P too. I think I'll just go elsewhere like directly