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5W20 and 10W30 are still available
Mobil 1 Full Synthetic Motor Oil $21.99+tax from Costco.com. Price valid through Nov. 28th

Various grades available, some are selling out. Might be same price at B&M
http://www.costco.com/motor-oil.html 

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5W-30 and 0W-40 OOS already.

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Nice savings off regular discounted price. Note that Costco charges sales tax on full amount before discount. Thanks OP!

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Someone had posted a deal @ WalMart for 19.99

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Maybe this one? https://www.walmart.com/ip/17034374 Not sure where it is on FW.

Two differences, first it's 5qt (at WalMart) vs 6qt (at Costco), and second the Costco is 6x1qt vs 1x5qt.

I want to have a 1qt/1L bottle in the car though I hope never to need it (because I need 0W20 full synthetic, though 5W30 conventional is acceptable substitute). Not sure if the Costco deal is worth it to me, what's the shelf life? Guess I could buy 6 and sell 4 or 5 on CL.

=aw

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0W20 now sold out too.

=aw

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I had done a quick pass to price the oil at WalMart (being a place I figured I could find easily if necessary). Their 0W20 ranged from $7.47 (Valvoline) to $9.88 (Mobil 1). So I figured this Costco deal might be worth it since it's barely more than the price of 2 bottles.

Just did a search of NAPA, AAP, Autozone, O'Reilly, and with one exception they all have a cheaper house brand around $5.50 and otherwise are all more than WalMart on the Valvoline ($9.49) and less on the Mobil 1 ($9.49) though the latter isn't consistently the same exact Mobil 1.

The exception is NAPA, with a $2.99 house brand and $4.99 for the Valvoline, and not apparently a sale. Is there a reason they're so much less (I think of them as interchangeable with the other stores)? And is there any reason to go with Valvoline over NAPA? I'm hoping if I ever need to top up again, I can use 0W20 synthetic and not worry about a full early oil change.

Any feedback on NAPA vs the others, and possible other sources, appreciated.

Thanks!
=aw

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ottawa said:   I had done a quick pass to price the oil at WalMart (being a place I figured I could find easily if necessary). Their 0W20 ranged from $7.47 (Valvoline) to $9.88 (Mobil 1). So I figured this Costco deal might be worth it since it's barely more than the price of 2 bottles.

Just did a search of NAPA, AAP, Autozone, O'Reilly, and with one exception they all have a cheaper house brand around $5.50 and otherwise are all more than WalMart on the Valvoline ($9.49) and less on the Mobil 1 ($9.49) though the latter isn't consistently the same exact Mobil 1.

The exception is NAPA, with a $2.99 house brand and $4.99 for the Valvoline, and not apparently a sale. Is there a reason they're so much less (I think of them as interchangeable with the other stores)? And is there any reason to go with Valvoline over NAPA? I'm hoping if I ever need to top up again, I can use 0W20 synthetic and not worry about a full early oil change.

Any feedback on NAPA vs the others, and possible other sources, appreciated.

Thanks!
=aw

  The price of this deal is in line with the pricing for the 5 quart jugs from WalMart. This is the best quart-bottle price I've seen for synthetic oil in a long time.

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