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Yesterday 01:30 AM
Medina623
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Oh, and if you're not a member yet, you get a free $10 on sign up! That means if you can combine the free $10 with the rebate $10 (+$5), your net oil change price can be as low as $14.99 (or $19.99 if you want your rebate via check instead).



But if you apply the $10 rebate to your rewards account, make sure to use them up within one year or they expire. What I do is to immediately apply the rebate balance on my account with each successive oil change. That way, there's no way that the funds could expire.



Plus, fifth (sixth?) oil change is free!


Is signing up free? So tomorrow when I go in, become a member and then I can use my $10 off on that same oil change?


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Yesterday 01:06 AM
rebelx
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I googled it and I found the rebate you were talking about, I'm not a member to rewards lol ima sign up tomorrow but yea it's a print out paper


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Oh, and if you're not a member yet, you get a free $10 on sign up! That means if you can combine the free $10 with the rebate $10 (+$5), your net oil change price can be as low as $14.99 (or $19.99 if you want your rebate via check instead).

But if you apply the $10 rebate to your rewards account, make sure to use them up within one year or they expire. What I do is to immediately apply the rebate balance on my account with each successive oil change. That way, there's no way that the funds could expire.

Plus, fifth (sixth?) oil change is free!
Yesterday 01:03 AM
Medina623
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Ah, OK. That's pretty much de facto regular price. Usually, there's a $10 rebate which brings the cost down to $29.99; if you apply the rebate to your Ford owner's rewards account, you get an extra $5. Brings the net cost of an oil change down to $24.99!


I googled it and I found the rebate you were talking about, I'm not a member to rewards lol ima sign up tomorrow but yea it's a print out paper


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Yesterday 12:58 AM
rebelx
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It's not a $10 rebate it's $39.99 for the works package


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Ah, OK. That's pretty much de facto regular price. Usually, there's a $10 rebate which brings the cost down to $29.99; if you apply the rebate to your Ford owner's rewards account, you get an extra $5. Brings the net cost of an oil change down to $24.99!
06-27-2016 11:44 PM
Medina623
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The $10 rebate? Where'd you find it? I've been looking for a couple days for a non-expired copy!


It's not a $10 rebate it's $39.99 for the works package


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06-27-2016 11:41 PM
rebelx
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Meh I'm just doing the works before the coupon expires and I have to do it myself lol


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The $10 rebate? Where'd you find it? I've been looking for a couple days for a non-expired copy!
06-27-2016 09:24 PM
Rath Rides Monthly oil changes with conventional oil in the 2008 focus for this guy.
06-27-2016 09:18 PM
Medina623 Meh I'm just doing the works before the coupon expires and I have to do it myself lol


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06-27-2016 01:06 PM
rebelx
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That's fine. Motorcraft synthetic blend is the factory fill and is good oil.
Cool; you mentioned synthetic in your post above as a good insurance policy, but I don't want to have to spend just about double the cost for The Works if all I do is 85-90% highway driving (~1100-1400mi per month).
06-27-2016 12:52 PM
felixthecat
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So, we're still good with the synthetic blend over full synthetic, right?
Syn blend if your ok w/ good, full synthetic is better.
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