They have to give it to us by federal law. It is like when the grocery store mis-marks an item.
Tough luck for them.
I'm not aware on the US jurisdiction in this matter, however within the EU mislabeled pricing if obviously mislabeled places the blame on the consumer end. This frequently leads to issues with webshops where due to text errors or db issues for example laptops are suddenly showed off as costing e.g. 29.99, then just to be sending out a different product (db error) or charging a higher amount, e.g. 299.99 (text error).
Considering the pricing on the speeder piloting 3 being that low, it's not much of a surprise of something there not being wrong.