alanmax said: Just 10W40 and 10W50.I'm seeing 10w30 and 5w30 without issues.
posted: Jan. 31, 2013 @ 5:49p
Do you get the mail in gift card forms when you pick it up at the store?
posted: Jan. 31, 2013 @ 6:10p
Quick Summary shows Full Synth but their is no way to order that for in store pickup at this price online that I can figure out. Is this deal available in store for full synth or is it conventional only?
posted: Jan. 31, 2013 @ 6:16p
They put the wrong picture up.. It`s regular green bottle..5.1 jug or you can get the one quart bottles.. for the mail in $10 AZ gift card..
They will give you rebate at check out to mail in..
they had 5w30, 10w30 and 10w40 at our local store.
Only option I'm given is Quaker State/Engine Oil for $23.99
[I now see $10 comes off after adding it to cart]
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posted: Feb. 1, 2013 @ 7:12a
AutoZone "Gift card". That stinks. I want my Cash Back, not to be strapped into purchasing $10 more of stuff from them.
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posted: Feb. 1, 2013 @ 7:13a
pyro123 said: Damn no synthetic oil?
I always laugh when I read posts that say this. How did we ever manage (or our cars run) 15 - 20+ years ago before synthetic? I use the straight stuff. I'm at FW because I'm cheap and I don't need synthetic.
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posted: Feb. 1, 2013 @ 9:10a
Bought 2. I better get both rebates!
posted: Feb. 1, 2013 @ 11:15a
Dang their site is dog slow.
posted: Feb. 1, 2013 @ 4:04p
Picked up 2 today. Worker lady couldnt believe how cheap it was.
Why do people feel like everything should be free? This is a a great deal, on good oil, and for some of us, we'll spend the $10 on windshield wipers, or Seafoam, or more oil next time this deal comes around!
posted: Feb. 2, 2013 @ 12:06a
jimmywalt said: AutoZone "Gift card". That stinks. I want my Cash Back, not to be strapped into purchasing $10 more of stuff from them.
Totally agree. The deal stinks.
posted: Feb. 2, 2013 @ 8:50a
jimmywalt said: pyro123 said: Damn no synthetic oil?
I always laugh when I read posts that say this. How did we ever manage (or our cars run) 15 - 20+ years ago before synthetic? I use the straight stuff. I'm at FW because I'm cheap and I don't need synthetic. Depends on the vehicle, driving habits and climate. Depending on these factors, synthetic can be a cheaper buy due to extended OCIs. I've found that synthetic will almost always be cheaper to run then Dino. Unless you have a beater N/A that you treat like a lawn mower and only change the oil once a year regardless of mileage.
Example, if I run a quality synthetic for 10-12k miles at $30 a change Then run Dino at 3-5k miles at $17 a change
It will be cheaper running synthetic while the added benefit of not having to crawl under your car and change your oil as often. Those are just rough estimates, just do the math and consider yor time an the quality of te product. Don't just think that because Dino is cheaper that its the way to go.
If this deal was with Cash Back sure! Great I will use it in my lawn mowers, snow blower and for beater N/As that come around.
posted: Feb. 2, 2013 @ 3:06p
Interestingly enough, not all filters are the same price for this offer. My 2010 Corolla uses an element-type filter (looks like a mini Shop Vac filter). My total cost, out the door, was $23.99 (oil) + $7.99 (filter) - $11.49 (Quaker/STP discount) = $20.49 out the door. Still a decent deal, thanks OP!
posted: Feb. 2, 2013 @ 4:56p
Thanks bought one.
posted: Feb. 3, 2013 @ 9:15a
Picked up two sets, good price if you use the gift card, and I know I'll need blades and cleaning stuff in the spring.
posted: Feb. 3, 2013 @ 9:56a
A very good deal & I went thru the order/payment & got the price but they show Paypal payment is accepted but I wasn't able to use Paypal. There was no way to access that method so I canceled the order. Thanks anyway & I gave you a green for your post.
posted: Feb. 3, 2013 @ 11:01a
keaton85 said: Example, if I run a quality synthetic for 10-12k miles at $30 a change Then run Dino at 3-5k miles at $17 a change I'm curious...is that based on used oil analysis or some kind of research? I haven't compared UOA's between dino and synth but my research indicates that the spread isn't THAT huge.
Anyway this deal sounds good for me...I'm happy enough with a 5,000 mile OCI with dino in my vehicles. UOA confirms that it's about right for me, and changing every time the odometer reaches a multiple of 5,000 is more convenient than stickers, tracking it in a log/spreadsheet, or multiplying less-round numbers in my head.
posted: Feb. 3, 2013 @ 8:16p
If you buy 2 of these in-store in separate purchases, you can get 2 of 5 $20 purchases necessary for an additional $20 in rewards using www.autozonerewards.com.
Autozone Rewards said: Every time you make 5 (five) qualifying $20 purchases within 6 months in-store, you will receive 20 Rewards Dollars to spend in any AutoZone store! To receive credit for your purchases, simply present your AutoZone Rewards card at the store during check-out. You can check on-line to see how close you are to earning your reward - or check your receipt with every purchase!
posted: Feb. 3, 2013 @ 10:40p
Nah, not with the $10 coming back as a AZ gift card. I traded my last AZ gift card in for cash, Auto Zone is terrible.
posted: Feb. 5, 2013 @ 7:15p
ok I messed up and thought I printed the rebate a couple days ago. When I went to check the printer to fill it out today.. unfortunatly the rebate form did not print and now its not on the website. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the rebate or does anyone have a PDF. Thanks
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posted: Feb. 5, 2013 @ 7:26p
jetmech77 said: ok I messed up and thought I printed the rebate a couple days ago. When I went to check the printer to fill it out today.. unfortunatly the rebate form did not print and now its not on the website. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the rebate or does anyone have a PDF. Thanks
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