Overcharged at the counter vs. price displayed at the bin

I purchased 12 Inland 120GB SSDs. My decision, in part, was due to the advertised price. The sticker on the boxes show $24.99 and the bin the devices were in clearly stated instant savings $6 with a specific final price of $18.99 listed. I was charged $19.99, even though the advertised price was less. Will you refund the difference plus tax to my card WITHOUT me having to make the trip all the way back to the store? It's not right you should advertise one price and then charge another - I regret not checking until I got home 40 minutes away, but I didn't think long standing companies would pull this kind of stunt.


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