Dillons at 29th and California, Topeka, KSdining chair metal

I have a question about a sign that is displayed on the stack dining chairs. In bold, the sign reads 50% off with Dillions card. It also says in small print, ad price 14.99, which is next to the 50% off. In the lower right corner the sign says with out card $29.99. Since I have a Dillions card, I assumed my 50% would apply to the $14.99 price, making the price $7.50. When the clerk rang up me purchase of 6 chairs, the price was $14.99. I challenged this because the price of 50% was coming off the WITH OUT card price of $29.99. After some discussion they sold them to me for $9.50. This happened on 6/22 2017. Today, 6/24/2017 I went back to buy some more and same sign was still on the chairs. Today I talked to two managers and they explained to me If the 50% sale did not exist, the price for a chair would be $29.99. Since I have card I get the 50% off, making the price $14.99. If that is true why does the sign say WITH OUT card the price is $29.99? I have a card. One of the manager stated that I should have not been able to buy the first 6 chairs at $9.50. I want to buy more, but will look at Aldi or Hyvee. Several of our friends have left Dillions and now are trading with Hyvee, which they say are more user friendly. My only hope here is to point out a misleading sign, at least to me. The managers also stated the pricing was a Corporate issue. Thanks for reading my concern Dennis Elliott

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