I'm out and about today, its about 11am... many gas stations start at 2.98-2.99 a gallon. Wawa gas was $2.83, Shell has their Thursay 5¢ off special at $2.79 a gallon. I'm thinking to myself, everyone is gonna go crazy for gas and run to that poor little Shell station. By 3:30pm, Wawa raised the gas to $2.98, all others I saw were the same as they had been. Shell was still $2.79, and had 3 lines, 2 lines blocking lanes of the highway. I usually fill up nights, to beat rush hours and such. I figured I'd stop at Wawa and save the hassle of waiting at Shell. WELL, Wawa raised the price once again, to $3.09. Other stations went up over $3. I drove to the Shell and waited in line. Still $2.79 a gallon. I get up to the pump, and theres signs taped over the regular buttons saying "no regular please". Now naturally, everyone fills with mid grade instead, because its still only $2.91, and they figure shell must have run out of regular. I look at the mowers, truck, and the 5 gallon tanks and think "I better give regular a shot". Guess what. I filled up with regular for $2.79 a gallon today. Shell doesn't have the special running on mid-grade, only regular. All I can figure is they had to keep the special, but they placed these signs over the regular buttons to upsell to the mid-grade. I spread the word to others, one guy got mad and ripped all the signs off of the buttons. I was waiting for them to beat down the clerk! Are there laws against this stuff? Multiple price changes throughout the day? Not honoring advertised specials?