- Oct 3, 2008
Too funny. I understand that Apple did that trying to keep people from gouging others on Ebay. All he needs to do is make a new reservation on a phony account and pay cash. Or pay cash at Best Buy.http://www.protocolsnow.com/2010/04...ple-store-newbie-to-lifetime-ban-in-one-week/
All I can say is that you have reached your lifetime limit.
Just like the iPhone.I'm sure the "lifetime" limit will dissipate soon after the demand decreases and the launch goes international.
But, Apple's products are 'perfectly inelastic' and the same problem would happen if they were $1,000/unitKind of ridiculous that Apple puts a limit on the number you can buy from the store.
Who cares if they hoard and make a profit - Apple either should have had more available or raised the price if they were worried about it - simple S&D.
If you honestly believe that then we have bigger problems to discuss.But, Apple's products are 'perfectly inelastic' and the same problem would happen if they were $1,000/unit
Actually I checked for you by calling a few Best Buy stores and they all said people are limited to 1 per person. That's not what I was told when I got my iPad on launch day but due to the iPad's selling out extremely fast, they have a limit. Sorry. It's possible you might find a kind enough manager but doubtful. I had a very nice guy actually put my iPad on hold for me on launch day when he wasn't supposed to do that.velascarlos said:Anyone now if this limits are also applied to Best Buy stores?