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Promoted 08-12-2016 by Randy71 at 11:49 AM View Original Post
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Amazon.com has for their Prime Members: 5-Quart Havoline Conventional Motor Oil (5W-30) for $11.77 - $5 Rebate = $6.77. Shipping is free w/ your Prime Membership. Thanks Vinny2006

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  • Amazon.com has 5-Quart Havoline Conventional Motor Oil (5W-20) for $11.77 - $5 Rebate = $6.77. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.

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Edited August 12, 2016 at 05:18 AM by wuzzy
Amazon.com has 5 Quart Havoline Conventional Motor Oil for $11.77 - $5 Rebate = $6.77 AR. Free shipping for Prime members. The $5 Rebate also applies for their Havoline Synthetic.

Check on Amazon but here is the link for the 5w-20 conventional oil.

https://www.amazon.com/Havoline-2...7019774011

Link to fill out Rebate form. It is the 3rd one down.
https://www.chevronpromotions.com/

Valid until 08/31/2016. Must purchase at least 5 quarts. Can be the single quart or the 5 quart jugs. Limit $15 in rebate per person/household. Rebate can be submitted online.
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Texaco, only 100+ years old, no reason you would have heard of it bulb

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#3
Even if the rebate doesn't work out; 10 quarts for $22 shipped is a good deal to me.

Here is Amazon's address to fill out the rebate..

Amazon.com
440 Terry Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98109
206-266-1000
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Last edited by benj851 August 11, 2016 at 09:18 PM
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I got my rebate last time. Good deal on oil. I mixed mine with a heavier weight bought from Wally World to get the spec I wanted.
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Prime members can get 10W-30 for $10.44 - $5 rebate
Here [amazon.com]
Thanks OP
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Great price, and the rebate is a bonus on top of that.
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Void in RI. Of course.
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In for 3, thanks op
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Got 3, thank you!
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wtf is Havoline? Never heard of that brand. Must be the generic brand of valvoline, lulz.
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Last edited by FHRITP August 12, 2016 at 12:13 PM
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Quote from FHRITP View Post :
wtf is Havoline? Never heard of that brand.
Texaco, only 100+ years old, no reason you would have heard of it bulb
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Better to print to pdf the amazon receipt and submit online or print and mail it in?

edit: nevermind...no one is going to get the rebate. Fine print: purchase date, motor oil brand/type, container size and number of bottles are required to be clearly indicated on receipt. Good luck with that.
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Is there a limit on how many bottles we can get a rebate on?
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Thanks. In for one. I've read a great deal of data on motor oils for autos. and have no reluctance whatever to use this or other Chevron/Texaco products in my car.
The only circumstances under which I might choose a different lubricant is if the car were being used in extremely cold (like well below zero F.) or for towing in the desert. Then I might use a synthetic for its different laminar flow characteristics and higher flash point/greater extreme thermal stability remembering that the oil is actually part of the engine's cooling system.

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Is there a limit on how many bottles we can get a rebate on?
3x5 qt. jugs...total of $15 rebate. Check the fine print.
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Last edited by MikeAnnon August 12, 2016 at 01:16 PM
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Quote from HeavilyArmed View Post :
Texaco, only 100+ years old, no reason you would have heard of it bulb
Right. Chevron/Texaco. Fine products, of course.
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