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6x Purolator PureONE Oil Filters EXPIRED

Eaglescout 933 343 September 10, 2012 at 12:08 PM in Autos (3) More Advance Auto Parts Deals
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Promoted 09-10-2012 by yuugotserved at 05:42 PM View Original Post
Advance Auto Parts has Purolator PureONE Oil Filters for $5. Add 6x to cart for $30 - $10 off promo code A123 = $20 with free store pickup. Thanks Eaglescout 

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Edited September 10, 2012 at 03:58 PM by widgit
Advance Auto Parts [advanceautoparts.com] has their Purolator PureONE Oil Filters 2 for $10. Add six to your cart, and apply coupon code RETMENOT123 and it brings the price for 6 filters to $20 plus tax! That's $3.33 a piece! Pick up at your local Advance Auto Parts Store.
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PureONE is MADE IN USA! Fayetteville, NC

Not valid for all filters. Your filters must be less than $6.99 origin price.

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Applied Promotion: RETMENOT123
$10 off orders of $30 or more -
$20 off orders of $50 or more -
$30 off orders of $100 or more!

Coupon code Big30 for $30 off orders of $75

Quality of PureONE Filter >>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_HSlXetWko



SHOP DISCOVER AND CHASE ULTIMATE REWARDS AT 5%
e....bates @ 6%!!



If you're shooting the moon like me, use FABU for 40$ off from 100$ order. then pick up 23 items for free shipping @ 75$

Don't forget to double dip into the rebates, as well

Rebate 1: $6/$12 Oil and Air filter [images-amazon.com]

Rebate 2: $5/$10 Cabin filter [purolatorautofilters.com]

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#4
In easy to understand terms, what is the difference between the PureONE and classic filters (besides color and price)?
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Quote from Straycat76 View Post :
In easy to understand terms, what is the difference between the PureONE and classic filters (besides color and price)?
The number one difference to me is that the PureONE filters have a textured exterior that make it MUCH easier to grasp. Especially with oily hands. They're also supposed to filter better, but I can't comment on that. I just know I love using the PureONEs over the classic solely for the added texture.
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No go. Your filters must be $5 bucks a piece or something.

The coupon is for....

Applied Promotion: RETMENOT123
$10 off orders of $30 or more -
$20 off orders of $50 or more -
$30 off orders of $100 or more!

My filters are $12.99 so my 6 filters after adding the coupon are $57.94 Mad
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When I select "Pick up at store" I am presented a list of my area stores, but they all say "Call Store" for availability and I cannot select them or proceed with my order. Does this mean they don't have stock?

Is there a way to get this price ($20 for 6, plus tax) when purchasing in-store?
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CCABIN also works for $10 off $30.
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Quote from Eaglescout View Post :
Pick up at your local Advance Auto Parts Store.
This would be great if any of the stores within an hour's drive had any of the filters I need. When I try to select "Pick up at" every store in NE Ohio seems to say "Call Store" to check availability.

Probably a YMMV based on the filter you need and the local stock. Shipping really kills this.
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Good deal! PureONEs are superlative filters. The only thing keeping me from buying 3 for my car and 3 for the wife's car is that I use full synthetics and do 10000 mile oil changes - who knows what might happen between now and the next two years for either of our cars?
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The PureONE filters better, trapping more particles. The Classic is less efficient at trapping the tiniest particles, but flows better.

For most cars, the Classic is all you need. For vehicles that use very low viscosity oil (0W-20, 5W-20, 5W-30) and are just driven normally, the PureONE is a good choice.

You could also use the $10 off $30 coupon to buy 8 of the Classic filters at $3.99, total would be $2.74/ea plus tax.

Unfortunately for this deal, most Advance Auto Parts only stock a few of each filter, so unless you live near a really big one, it can be tough to get more than one or two of the same filter when buying online. You can mix/match the Classic and PureONEs though.
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Quote from zayababy View Post :
No go. Your filters must be $5 bucks a piece or something.

The coupon is for....

Applied Promotion: RETMENOT123
$10 off orders of $30 or more -
$20 off orders of $50 or more -
$30 off orders of $100 or more!

My filters are $12.99 so my 6 filters after adding the coupon are $57.94 Mad
I got the same issue. Did a search for PL15436, the filter I need, it shows up for $5. Add 6 to cart, comes up to $57 and change with the coupon code. Go back to the PL15436 page, and now they're showing up as $12.99, the normal price.

Advance Auto seems to be competing with Sears to see who can design the worst website.
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Monthly ad shows only filters up to $6.99 are on sale for $5

If the store shows "Call Store" then they don't have enough quantity in stock

Classic vs PureOne -- both are good filters, but PureOne filters are designed to last longer so they're built with better quality parts. Classic filters are good for regular oil changes (if you change it 3k-5k miles) and P1's are good for semi-syn or syn oil (if you change oil 6k-8k miles)
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Quote from bobfatherx View Post :
Good deal! PureONEs are superlative filters. The only thing keeping me from buying 3 for my car and 3 for the wife's car is that I use full synthetics and do 10000 mile oil changes - who knows what might happen between now and the next two years for either of our cars?
I do 7,500 mile OCIs on my daily driver, but normally swap the filter at about 3,500 miles. Doesn't hurt, and on my car (uses a canister filter) I don't have to worry about losing any oil during the change. Course, I knock out 35-40,000 miles a year, so it adds up.
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Here's a little tip I just discovered. Apparently you can split your order between two stores. I have one right down the road from my employer and one near home. I was able to get 4 at one and 2 at the other by adding them to my cart separately.

I'm good for a couple years of changes now Smilie Thanks.
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