The first gas station had a sign 30 or 40 feet high and 10 feet wide, tha said Regular 3.59(9).
I pulled up to a pump and, unusually for me, I think, noticed a sign on the pump that said "10 cent per gallon discount for cash".
I thought, "Well I was going to go inside anyhow to get a newspaper. Great."
So I did. They had no papers but I gave the cashier 40 dollars.
Outside, he had zeroed the pump, but it still showed 3.59.9. I thought the price would be 3.49.9 since I was paying cash.
Went back inside. He said no. It would be 3.69.9 if I used a credit card.
What do you all think? What would you do?