The “Weddings Dress” was on sale at Target for $150 on February 13, but that is not a typo.
It is a piece of clothing that was on display in the store’s gift shop that was reportedly sold to a customer for $1,500.
The item was advertised on the store website as a “dress for a bride or bridegroom.”
It is not clear how the item was sold.
The bride-to-be reportedly purchased the dress for $800.
Target confirmed that the item is not on sale.
Target did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The store did offer to return the item to the customer for a refund, but the customer declined, saying they “didn’t have the money for the dress.”
The bride purchased the item in November, according to the Target spokeswoman.
“We understand the frustration some may have felt when they saw the dress,” the spokeswoman said.
“We wanted to apologize for the mistake, and will continue to provide our customers with a gift they can wear to the ceremony.
We will continue working with the wedding dress customer to make this right.”
The company has since been forced to post an apology on its website, but its statement was also deleted.
The original “Wedship” dress was also listed for $8,800 in a January 2013 auction, which sold for $25,000, according the online auction site eBay.