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Quaker State Ultimate Durability Full Synthetic Motor Oil, 5 quarts FREE! (even get $7 back)

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Last Edited by bd75 September 19, 2011 at 07:48 AM
5 quarts FREE with $20 rebate, even get an additional $7 in your pocket by stacking an additional rebate from Advanced Auto Parts.

Heres how it works... Advanced Auto Parts (and O'Reilly) has Quaker State Ultimate Durability on sale for $3.99/qt.

FIRST... enroll your car in the Quaker State Warranty (You'll need to complete registration, and need your VIN for your vehicle) to get your:
$20 rebate on 5 qts of Quaker State Ultimate Durability
-- Requires copy of receipt
http://www.quakerstatewarranty.com/signup/

THEN... download the $7 rebate for 5qts from AAP
-- requires original receipt
https://shop.advanceautoparts.com...-state.pdf

Or O'Reilly:
http://images.oreillyauto.com/upl...K%2039.pdf

WHICH TOTALS...
For 5 quarts
$3.99 x 5
= $19.94
- $20 rebate
- $7 rebate
= Net gain of $7.06 before taxes (You just made $7!)
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Last Edited by merlinx September 17, 2011 at 11:04 AM
Warranty rebate goes to:

Quaker State Warranty Offer 0313
PO Box 809004
Houston, TX 77280-9921

Advance rebate goes to:

Quaker State Advance Auto Parts Rebate Offer #0363
PO Box 809004
Houston, TX 77280-9921

YMMV on double dip!!!

If you dont have an Advance auto but have an Oreily's close by they have the same rebate
http://images.oreillyauto.com/uploads/pdf/rebate/Quaker%20State%20-%20$7%20-%20WK%2039.pdf


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MY REBATE UPDATE...

I added my rebate form here so people can see it. It looks to me that you will need to "purchase an oil change" or buy the oil and "include a copy of your printed installer identified and dated service receipt OR your printed retailer identified and dated cash register receipt showing your required Quaker State motor oil purchase." to get the $20 Quaker State rebate.
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Doesn't look like any Advanced Auto Parts stores carry 5W20 Quaker State Ultimate Durability

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good deal
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what its this warranty thing all about?
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Does anyone know if any of these contain detergents? Looking through their site, I didn't see any mention whether they did or not.
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what its this warranty thing all about?
Seems like mostly a marketing thing to sell oil.
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When you register for the warranty you can actually get 3 separate rebates, one of them being a $10 rebate for 5 quarts of Quaker State advanced durability conventional oil.


Advance is selling quarts of the conventional for $2.79, so you end up with a $3.05 money maker after submitting both the $7.00 and $10.00 rebates when buying 5 quarts.


This works out perfectly for me as I bought 5 quarts of conventional last week and already sent in the $7.00 rebate...thank you OP, Repped! and Thumbsup.
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You need to enter the VIN of a car MY2006 or newer for the warranty part of the deal.
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When you register for the warranty you can actually get 3 separate rebates, one of them being a $10 rebate for 5 quarts of Quaker State advanced durability conventional oil.


Advance is selling quarts of the conventional for $2.79, so you end up with a $3.05 money maker after submitting both the $7.00 and $10.00 rebates when buying 5 quarts.


This works out perfectly for me as I bought 5 quarts of conventional last week and already sent in the $7.00 rebate...thank you OP, Repped! and Thumbsup.
Actually, the page that lists the 3 rebates for the QS warranty says "Only one (1) rebate per vehicle", so I doubt they'll give you all 3 rebates. The Ultimate Durability one is the best deal @ $7MM
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Does anyone know if any of these contain detergents? Looking through their site, I didn't see any mention whether they did or not.
All modern motor (or engine) oils contain detergents. Non-detergent oils are typically used in electrical motors and 2-cycle engines. Straight weight oil (SAE 30, etc.) is usually non-detergent.

In a nutshell, if it goes in your (modern) car or truck, it's detergent.
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Quote from Joe Squirrel View Post :
All modern motor (or engine) oils contain detergents. Non-detergent oils are typically used in electrical motors and 2-cycle engines. Straight weight oil (SAE 30, etc.) is usually non-detergent.

In a nutshell, if it goes in your (modern) car or truck, it's detergent.
Thanks!
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Quote from GetMaxCashBack View Post :
Actually, the page that lists the 3 rebates for the QS warranty says "Only one (1) rebate per vehicle", so I doubt they'll give you all 3 rebates. The Ultimate Durability one is the best deal @ $7MM

Yeah, I figured it was only one rebate, but I don't use synthetic and I think it's too late to switch, if you buy into the risk of slow leaks due to seals that are already worn @ 48000 miles.
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Yeah, I figured it was only one rebate, but I don't use synthetic and I think it's too late to switch, if you buy into the risk of slow leaks due to seals that are already worn @ 48000 miles.
48k is way too low for that to be an issue, if even at all. Modern engines last for 200k+ and even vintage engines are good for 150k if maintained.
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Yeah, I figured it was only one rebate, but I don't use synthetic and I think it's too late to switch, if you buy into the risk of slow leaks due to seals that are already worn @ 48000 miles.

Seals shouldn't be worn at 48k. If they're not, there should be no problem switching to synthetic. It lubricates seals fine. (I switched at 60K - the car now has 189k and no leaks. ) If seals (bearing seals? valve seals?) are truly already worn out I wouldn't bother to switch.
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Oh, is this only for store pick up? I can't click on the "ship to home" option.
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