2 months old is a bit young especially if this is your first cham. Reputable breeders usually sell theirs at 3-4 months. Tiny hatchlings are a bit harder to acclimate, they dehydrate easier, get overheated easier, and you have to be prepared with more tiny sized feeders. I'd ask about the breeder who produced these chams and really question how they were cared for, how they are setup...supplements and nutrition...if the shop can't give you the right answers (check against this forum's husbandry standards) they may not be a great bargain. If you care about which locale you end up with make sure they can tell you whether these are crosses or not.
Hey everyone! I ended up buying one of them. She is really cute! The owner took me to his house where he breeds them and he's got a wonderful setup and the babies were full of life. I'm very happy with my purchase! He also dropped the price down to $100 because he only had females left, at least that's what he thought.