Yesterday I noticed in a Sears ad that they were having an early-bird sale today. One of the listings for 8 to 11 am was 2 for $15 on selected DVD's. No big deal, except the examples they showed in the ad were "Finding Neverland" and "Spanglish" (then it said, cryptically, "other titles available in store"). Two for $15 new releases? I had to check that out. I got there this morning at 8, went to the electronics department and found... nothing. None of the new releases (including "Spanglish"), had any kind of sale notice at all. There were no copies of "Finding Neverland". I asked the clerk where the 2 for $15 DVD's were. He took me to a rack of bargain-bin catalog MGM movies. I told him that those were not the movies advertised. He excused himself to "look for more in the back", then disappeared for several minutes, sduring which i can only assume I was supposed to wander off. I had nothing better to do, though, so I waited. He eventually came out, shrugged "No more back there", and went to stare at the new release rack in silence. During all of this, another couple were looking for the advertised movies also. A different clerk told them that they could choose other 19.99 movies in place of "Finding Neverland". They had been primarily interested in that title, and milled around looking at the meager selection. I would have taken their deal, I suppose, but it was not offered to me. In any event, when I was leaving (empty-handed), they had gotten hooked up with my original clerk, and it was not clear they were going to get that substitution deal without a fight anyway. Now then, am I wrong to believe that Sears pulled a tremendous bait-and-switch here? I'm interested to know if anyone else noticed this sale, and was able to take better advantage of it than I was.