In New Zealand, we have a company called Harvey Norman, which sells furniture and appliances. Recently, they happened to mislabel their prices on their website, causing furniture potentially worth $5000 to show up priced at $100. A number of people bought the mispriced furniture, and even confirmed that the transactions went through. However, upon realising their mistake, Harvey Norman announced they wouldn't be honoring those transactions and wouldn't send out anything unless it was paid for at the proper price. There is a legal argument that Harvey Norman should honor the transactions, though there is also room for them being in the right. They are offering to refund anyone that purchased the furniture. So my question is; what do you, the reader, think should happen here?