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horent135 02-27-2013 09:59 PM

Advance Auto 5 Qts of Pennzoil Platinum Full Synthetic Motor Oil + K&N Oil Filter $19.99 AR B&M only!
 
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5 Plus Quarts Jug OR 5 Quarts of Pennzoil Platinum Full Synthetic Motor Oil with K&N oil filter $19.99 after rebates.

If you hate rebates, it $29.99 without rebates. This is still good deal :woot:

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RUsum1 02-28-2013 02:54 AM

any reviews?

KarateB0b 02-28-2013 04:08 AM

whats better, Pennzoil Platinum full synth or Pennzoil ULTRA full synth?

DQue 02-28-2013 04:15 AM

I don't know about the oil filter but absolutely love the oil. Before switching to the Platinum version, I just used the regular Penzoil 5w20 and I typically got about 150 miles for half the tank of gas.

After switching to Platinum, I can now get to 230-245 miles for half the tank of gas. Significant gas mileage improvement. While driving on the freeway at 65 MPH, I notice the engine makes less "roaring" rev noise as well. When changing oil at 7k miles or so (for the sake of dirty oil filter, not because of the oil), the oil is still yellowish versus almost black on the regular dino oil. I'm sure if my car engine can talk, it would surely thank me for switching to this Platinum version from the old dino oil.

j8635621 02-28-2013 04:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DQue (Post 57880206)
I don't know about the oil filter but absolutely love the oil. Before switching to the Platinum version, I just used the regular Penzoil 5w20 and I typically got about 150 miles for half the tank of gas.

After switching to Platinum, I can now get to 230-245 miles for half the tank of gas. Significant gas mileage improvement. While driving on the freeway at 65 MPH, I notice the engine makes less "roaring" rev noise as well. When changing oil at 7k miles or so (for the sake of dirty oil filter, not because of the oil), the oil is still yellowish versus almost black on the regular dino oil. I'm sure if my car engine can talk, it would surely thank me for switching to this Platinum version from the old dino oil.

You heard it here guys. Over 50% improvement in MPG from change in oil type. No other factors involved such as a failed math class. Engine also purrs instead of roars.

edit: in all seriousness though, I did notice a slight improvement in mpg when I changed to this oil in my 2012 Mazda 3 skyactiv. I'm not gonna claim any improvement numbers though as there were some other variables involved. I did hit a personal best of 42.8mpg :pats self on back:

DQue 02-28-2013 05:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by j8635621 (Post 57880514)
You heard it here guys. Over 50% improvement in MPG from change in oil type. No other factors involved such as a failed math class. Engine also purrs instead of roars

......................and you have something (as in "review") to contribute?


cricket chirping...............................

j8635621 02-28-2013 05:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DQue (Post 57880572)
......................and you have something (as in "review") to contribute?


cricket chirping...............................

I primarily use http://www.bobistheoilguy.com/for...hreads.php as a reference for oils. Quite a few people have sent off samples to show how different oil is performing after xxxx miles. It can get a bit technical though.

legs ripped off cricket.....

DQue 02-28-2013 05:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by j8635621 (Post 57880660)
I primarily use http://www.bobistheoilguy.com/for...hreads.php as a reference for oils. Quite a few people have sent off samples to show how different oil is performing after xxxx miles. It can get a bit technical though.

legs ripped off cricket.....

You still didn't answer my question: did you personally use the oil mentioned in this thread and have personal experience to share with other SDers?

bob is great. I'm sure I can trust his expertise, just like the FDA for my drugs or the FAA for my flight safety.

KarateB0b 02-28-2013 05:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by j8635621 (Post 57880514)
edit: in all seriousness though, I did notice a slight improvement in mpg when I changed to this oil in my 2012 Mazda 3 skyactiv.

Quote:

Originally Posted by DQue (Post 57880728)
You still didn't answer my question: did you personally use the oil mentioned in this thread and have personal experience to share with other SDers?

fyi I repped J not DQ :wave:
now....platinum or ultra

Scott P 02-28-2013 05:58 AM

That is a very good deal. Pennzoil Platinum is a great oil. I just paid $23 for a 5 qt jug at Wal Mart the other day.

Allthesame 02-28-2013 06:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by j8635621 (Post 57880514)
You heard it here guys. Over 50% improvement in MPG from change in oil type. No other factors involved such as a failed math class. Engine also purrs instead of roars.

edit: in all seriousness though, I did notice a slight improvement in mpg when I changed to this oil in my 2012 Mazda 3 skyactiv. I'm not gonna claim any improvement numbers though as there were some other variables involved. I did hit a personal best of 42.8mpg :pats self on back:

I also noticed an increase of 1-2 MPG in a V8 Toyota Tundra PU after using this syn oil compared to a Pennzoil regular 10W-30 oil. Could not observe a change in a 4 cylinder Honda Civic using 5W-20. But for this price I will certainly buy more if I have a reason to drive by AAP. Nearest AAP is 60 miles each way. Thanks OP.

Cherub 02-28-2013 06:38 AM

Measuring gas mileage at the point a gas gauge indicates "half" is like licking a finger and putting it in the wind to estimate wind direction. In my SkyActiv 3 I get 100 miles in the first bar (of 12) 200 in the middle 10, and 50-100 in the last 1. There is no rhyme or reason in how gas gauges display the tank contents and they are incredibly inaccurate. Fill the tank, zero the trip odometer, and fill again; that's the only way to measure gas mileage that isn't a wild estimate.

Steve2624 02-28-2013 06:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DQue (Post 57880728)
You still didn't answer my question: did you personally use the oil mentioned in this thread and have personal experience to share with other SDers?

bob is great. I'm sure I can trust his expertise, just like the FDA for my drugs or the FAA for my flight safety.


Bobs has a ton of information about oils, gas, additives, etc. and is known as a relilable source. The UOA information is great - once you understand it. Maybe do some research before you post?

Pilm9020 02-28-2013 06:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FCobra94 (Post 57882454)
I use K&N oil filters exclusively on my parents RX300. The filter is so difficult to get to that the 1" nut on the end of the filter really helps to get it loose.

Some have reported oil leaks from that nut, however I imagine they are way over tightening the filter. In fact, you really shouldn't ever need a tool to loosen an oil filter if you've installed it properly, just need to hand tighten, and when changing it comes off by hand as well.

Scott586 02-28-2013 07:01 AM

I've use regular oil in my car since it was new in 2009 but have been considering switching to synthetic. This deal looks good, but then I considered the long term costs. Once I switch, I stay switched, and if I have to pay regular price on synthetic for even one oil change a year, my savings immediately swing the other way. I like synthetic, but not the cost, even with the advantages.

FCobra94 02-28-2013 07:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pilm9020 (Post 57882808)
Some have reported oil leaks from that nut, however I imagine they are way over tightening the filter. In fact, you really shouldn't ever need a tool to loosen an oil filter if you've installed it properly, just need to hand tighten, and when changing it comes off by hand as well.

Agreed; I use the nut to remove it, but only hand tighten when installing. I've been using them since they first hit the market 10+ years ago. Never had an issue whatsoever.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scott586 (Post 57882928)
I've use regular oil in my car since it was new in 2009 but have been considering switching to synthetic. This deal looks good, but then I considered the long term costs. Once I switch, I stay switched, and if I have to pay regular price on synthetic for even one oil change a year, my savings immediately swing the other way. I like synthetic, but not the cost, even with the advantages.

What car do you drive? How often do you change "regular" oil?

Scott586 02-28-2013 07:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FCobra94 (Post 57883070)
What car do you drive? How often do you change "regular" oil?

2009 Hyundai Santa Fe 3.3L, change oil/filter every 4,000.

Wetworx 02-28-2013 07:20 AM

I just picked this up at the store. The only issue was that they weren't sure where the rebate information was. They went looking for a card to give to me, but couldn't find it. The store flyer actually indicates that you need to go here [4myrebate.com] and follow the directions to receive a $10 AMEX gift card as the rebate. Thanks OP. Repped!

FCobra94 02-28-2013 07:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scott586 (Post 57883148)
2009 Hyundai Santa Fe 3.3L, change oil/filter every 4,000.

lol what a waste. You could go 5k+ miles EASY on conventional oil in something like that. I haven't seen UOAs on that particular model/engine yet but I'd venture to say that, depending on your driving style/conditions/etc. reaching 10k mile OCIs with a "good" synthetic shouldn't be an issue on that platform. That would obviously save you money in the long run and cut your amount of oil changes in half.

wirelessfreak 02-28-2013 07:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cherub (Post 57882352)
Measuring gas mileage at the point a gas gauge indicates "half" is like licking a finger and putting it in the wind to estimate wind direction. In my SkyActiv 3 I get 100 miles in the first bar (of 12) 200 in the middle 10, and 50-100 in the last 1. There is no rhyme or reason in how gas gauges display the tank contents and they are incredibly inaccurate. Fill the tank, zero the trip odometer, and fill again; that's the only way to measure gas mileage that isn't a wild estimate.

What you're saying is completely true, except saying the display had no logic.
This is done intentionally by manufacturers, to give you the illusion of better gas millage. I guess someone started it and now it's a standard.
Other than the nefarious reasons for not displaying gas correctly, the gauge is meant to show drivable distance, not gas in the tank. You can see this by waiting till the gas light lights up while driving on side roads (recent) and getting on the empty highway. The light will turn off.

The way you measure millage is the same way I do. Too bad I couldn't ever go over 26mpg

Scott586 02-28-2013 07:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FCobra94 (Post 57883448)
lol what a waste. You could go 5k+ miles EASY on conventional oil in something like that. I haven't seen UOAs on that particular model/engine yet but I'd venture to say that, depending on your driving style/conditions/etc. reaching 10k mile OCIs with a "good" synthetic shouldn't be an issue on that platform. That would obviously save you money in the long run and cut your amount of oil changes in half.

Thanks for the advice FCobra. I could do without your condescending tone and "lol"s, but still appreciate your opinion. Repped.

toolman2 02-28-2013 07:30 AM

Here we go again, the great oil debates are on...

umrdyldo 02-28-2013 07:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DQue (Post 57880206)
I don't know about the oil filter but absolutely love the oil. Before switching to the Platinum version, I just used the regular Penzoil 5w20 and I typically got about 150 miles for half the tank of gas.

After switching to Platinum, I can now get to 230-245 miles for half the tank of gas. Significant gas mileage improvement. While driving on the freeway at 65 MPH, I notice the engine makes less "roaring" rev noise as well. When changing oil at 7k miles or so (for the sake of dirty oil filter, not because of the oil), the oil is still yellowish versus almost black on the regular dino oil. I'm sure if my car engine can talk, it would surely thank me for switching to this Platinum version from the old dino oil.

Thanks for the laugh. I have tried every major type of performance motor oil in by Cobalt SS Turbo and they are all about the same. Mileage will change a little because you changed your oil, but not more than 5% at the most. Unless it's been a year or more since you did it last.

shortleg 02-28-2013 07:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wetworx (Post 57883430)
I just picked this up at the store. The only issue was that they weren't sure where the rebate information was. They went looking for a card to give to me, but couldn't find it. The store flyer actually indicates that you need to go here [4myrebate.com] and follow the directions to receive a $10 AMEX gift card as the rebate. Thanks OP. Repped!

Is the price automatically changed to $29.99 when you buy both in store?

Good deal. I checked the rebate page on AAP web, it's there. Limit 2, so I can buy two sets for both of my cars.

swooshrc 02-28-2013 07:58 AM

There are $10 rebate forms on 5qt jugs at Walmart. $12 after rebate for Platinum. $16 AR for Ultra.

I use aftermarket filters on my Nissan Altima. Currently use K&N (B1G1 Free ends today! at Pep Boys).

I use factory filters on my KIA Optima (Hyundai/KIA make top-notch filiters)

LORDHOWE 02-28-2013 08:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DQue (Post 57880206)
I don't know about the oil filter but absolutely love the oil. Before switching to the Platinum version, I just used the regular Penzoil 5w20 and I typically got about 150 miles for half the tank of gas.

After switching to Platinum, I can now get to 230-245 miles for half the tank of gas. Significant gas mileage improvement. While driving on the freeway at 65 MPH, I notice the engine makes less "roaring" rev noise as well. When changing oil at 7k miles or so (for the sake of dirty oil filter, not because of the oil), the oil is still yellowish versus almost black on the regular dino oil. I'm sure if my car engine can talk, it would surely thank me for switching to this Platinum version from the old dino oil.

Wow, that's some serious improvements.

No matter how easy i drive my 650 whp Supra i can't seem to get better than 13MPG, I'm hoping with this awesome oil to get 25 MPG.

j8635621 02-28-2013 08:09 AM

Your supra only has 650whp? Noob

Arcticat 02-28-2013 08:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by swooshrc (Post 57884426)
There are $10 rebate forms on 5qt jugs at Walmart. $12 after rebate for Platinum. $16 AR for Ultra.
I use aftermarket filters on my Nissan Altima. Currently use K&N (B1G1 Free ends today! at Pep Boys).
I use factory filters on my KIA Optima (Hyundai/KIA make top-notch filiters)

Right! I put an M1 on my son's Forte, the OEM filter looked better...

chuck4rooke 02-28-2013 08:24 AM

I love motor oil threads. It's guaranteed to be pages of expert testimony.

Wetworx 02-28-2013 08:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shortleg (Post 57883986)
Is the price automatically changed to $29.99 when you buy both in store?

Good deal. I checked the rebate page on AAP web, it's there. Limit 2, so I can buy two sets for both of my cars.

Yes. The price was adjusted at the counter or automatically came up. I didn't have to do anything. Of course, sales tax was added. I also processed my rebate electronically. I thought that the link would print out a form for me to mail, but apparently they will process it in 3-5 weeks electronically.

Scott P 02-28-2013 09:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by swooshrc (Post 57884426)
There are $10 rebate forms on 5qt jugs at Walmart. $12 after rebate for Platinum. $16 AR for Ultra.

I use aftermarket filters on my Nissan Altima. Currently use K&N (B1G1 Free ends today! at Pep Boys).

I use factory filters on my KIA Optima (Hyundai/KIA make top-notch filiters)


I was at Wally World twice last week to buy Platinum and none of the bottles had the forms. They didn't have any at the auto center desk either.

Desi_Chora 02-28-2013 09:23 AM

Since rebate is 10$, I am asuming that when I'll add both oil and filter in my cart, price should be $29.99 but I am seeing $53.98. What am I missing? Also on page 4 there are two different event code (1016323 & 1016324) one shows "$10 rebate on Pennzoil Platinum Synthetic Oil and K&N filter oil change special" and other says "$10 rebate on (5) qts of Pennzoil Platinum Synthetic Motor Oil and a K&N Oil Filter (items must be purchased on same transaction)". Again which one is the correct. BTW I am buying part # 550028525 and part # HP-1003.

FreeeStufffer 02-28-2013 10:13 AM

:( no stores in Cali o well

kanundra 02-28-2013 10:19 AM

Just went and picked up the oil at lunch and submitted the rebate forms online.

txab 02-28-2013 10:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Desi_Chora (Post 57886850)
Since rebate is 10$, I am asuming that when I'll add both oil and filter in my cart, price should be $29.99 but I am seeing $53.98. What am I missing? Also on page 4 there are two different event code (1016323 & 1016324) one shows "$10 rebate on Pennzoil Platinum Synthetic Oil and K&N filter oil change special" and other says "$10 rebate on (5) qts of Pennzoil Platinum Synthetic Motor Oil and a K&N Oil Filter (items must be purchased on same transaction)". Again which one is the correct. BTW I am buying part # 550028525 and part # HP-1003.


Store only pricing right now. Not online OP stated BM in title

jake1962 02-28-2013 10:28 AM

There are a lot of claims about MPG improvement. 50% as one poster stated not-with-standing, it seems you can expect a 2% increase in MPG [mnsu.edu]. Is that worth the added price of synthetic without even adding the wear of the car argument? Try a 1% increase on a car that gets 30 mpg on conventional using a 5,000 mile oil change for regular and synthetic. Using a gas price of $3.75 a gallon 1% amounts to $5.70 per 5000 miles.

Desi_Chora 02-28-2013 10:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by txab (Post 57888606)
Store only pricing right now. Not online OP stated BM in title

:sleepy: Thanks and repped! What about the event code 1016323 or 1016324?

txab 02-28-2013 10:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Desi_Chora (Post 57889096)
:sleepy: Thanks and repped! What about the event code 1016323 or 1016324?


That's used for the rebate. 1 code is for the 5 qt jug + filter. The other code is for the 5-1 qt bottles + filter

Chitown021 03-01-2013 04:45 AM

Nice. My car is due for an oil change. I'm going to stop by after work and grab this. I prefer synthetic oil. I had used Mobile 1 religiously until the last few years when the price skyrocketed. $8+ a quart is insane!

I drive an older vehicle, 2003 Buick Century with 135,000 miles on it.

Doom878 03-01-2013 05:46 AM

Props. Got this today. The receipt didn't even the rebate info and Advance has to call me.

antjmar 03-01-2013 08:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FreeeStufffer (Post 57888300)
:( no stores in Cali o well

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scott P (Post 57886178)
I was at Wally World twice last week to buy Platinum and none of the bottles had the forms. They didn't have any at the auto center desk either.

Just saw this online. $10 rebate and $5 off your next purchase directly from Penzoil!

Will pick some up at walmart since I dont need any more filters.


http://www.pzlspringsynthetics.co...N=87674309

Merconium 03-01-2013 11:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by antjmar (Post 57912028)
Just saw this online. $10 rebate and $5 off your next purchase directly from Penzoil!

Will pick some up at walmart since I dont need any more filters.


http://www.pzlspringsynthetics.co...N=87674309

Note that if you want to double dip, you should get Advance to print you two copies of the receipt.

RUsum1 03-01-2013 02:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DQue (Post 57880206)
I don't know about the oil filter but absolutely love the oil. Before switching to the Platinum version, I just used the regular Penzoil 5w20 and I typically got about 150 miles for half the tank of gas.

After switching to Platinum, I can now get to 230-245 miles for half the tank of gas. Significant gas mileage improvement. While driving on the freeway at 65 MPH, I notice the engine makes less "roaring" rev noise as well. When changing oil at 7k miles or so (for the sake of dirty oil filter, not because of the oil), the oil is still yellowish versus almost black on the regular dino oil. I'm sure if my car engine can talk, it would surely thank me for switching to this Platinum version from the old dino oil.

I SERIOUSLY doubt your miles per gallon increased that dramatically just from a change in oil type.

j8635621 03-01-2013 02:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Doom878 (Post 57907218)
Props. Got this today. The receipt didn't even the rebate info and Advance has to call me.

The receipt doesn't need anything special. Just go to the website that is mentioned below the original post. It's easy

blackblaze 03-01-2013 02:57 PM

So essentially everyone here is doing their own oil change, not buying this for someone else to use for their oil change?

catstrikeZ 03-01-2013 04:53 PM

Can I use Pennzoil website to do the rebate instead?

http://www.pzlspringsynthetics.co...N=21386319

sheisty 03-01-2013 05:25 PM

FYI there were reports of Penzoil not honoring rebates. http://slickdeals.net/f/5557826-Shell-Pennzoil-rebates-not-paying

BigArce 03-01-2013 05:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jake1962 (Post 57888770)
There are a lot of claims about MPG improvement. 50% as one poster stated not-with-standing, it seems you can expect a 2% increase in MPG [mnsu.edu]. Is that worth the added price of synthetic without even adding the wear of the car argument? Try a 1% increase on a car that gets 30 mpg on conventional using a 5,000 mile oil change for regular and synthetic. Using a gas price of $3.75 a gallon 1% amounts to $57 per 5000 miles.

I think you should check your math. A 1% increase in gas mileage takes it to 30.3 mpg and the dollars saved is only about $6.00. 2% better would be $12. But, MOST people would also go longer between oil changes with synthetic so you could figure in extra savings based on that.

BigArce 03-01-2013 05:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Desi_Chora (Post 57886850)
Since rebate is 10$, I am asuming that when I'll add both oil and filter in my cart, price should be $29.99 but I am seeing $53.98. What am I missing? Also on page 4 there are two different event code (1016323 & 1016324) one shows "$10 rebate on Pennzoil Platinum Synthetic Oil and K&N filter oil change special" and other says "$10 rebate on (5) qts of Pennzoil Platinum Synthetic Motor Oil and a K&N Oil Filter (items must be purchased on same transaction)". Again which one is the correct. BTW I am buying part # 550028525 and part # HP-1003.


The number ending in 3 is good for the 5 qt JUG and the offer ending in 4 is good if you buy 5 single quarts.

leemaverickly 03-01-2013 06:02 PM

They did.
Last time the rebate is supposed to be for walmart purchased based on people's discussion here. However the rebate form didn't mention that so I send my AAP purchase receipt for the rebate and I got it without any problem.

Quote:

Originally Posted by sheisty (Post 57925440)
FYI there were reports of Penzoil not honoring rebates. http://slickdeals.net/f/5557826-Shell-Pennzoil-rebates-not-paying


googled 03-02-2013 12:15 PM

Just to confirm, the on-line submission asked for store number, register number, transaction number. If all this is submitted, form w/ tracking number is generated. Instructions says to print out form for your record. Nothing to send in, correct? (ie, UPC, form, receipt, etc.). I just want to make sure I'm not missing something here.

Sweet if this is all it takes, saves me a stamp, etc.

txab 03-02-2013 12:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by googled (Post 57939560)
Just to confirm, the on-line submission asked for store number, register number, transaction number. If all this is submitted, form w/ tracking number is generated. Instructions says to print out form for your record. Nothing to send in, correct? (ie, UPC, form, receipt, etc.). I just want to make sure I'm not missing something here.

Sweet if this is all it takes, saves me a stamp, etc.

Nothing to send in...

jake1962 03-04-2013 10:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BigArce (Post 57925874)
I think you should check your math. A 1% increase in gas mileage takes it to 30.3 mpg and the dollars saved is only about $6.00. 2% better would be $12. But, MOST people would also go longer between oil changes with synthetic so you could figure in extra savings based on that.

You are correct wise one. WTH was I thinking? Anyway yes make it 7500 vs 5000 mile oil changes now you have 1-1/2 changes of conventional vs 1 change for synthetic which is entirely reasonable. So $6 would be $9 at 1% and $18 at 2% which probably covers the price difference and if you do you own that is one less time per every three of conventional oil changes. I hope I got that math right!

eman182 03-11-2013 04:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by googled (Post 57939560)
Just to confirm, the on-line submission asked for store number, register number, transaction number. If all this is submitted, form w/ tracking number is generated. Instructions says to print out form for your record. Nothing to send in, correct? (ie, UPC, form, receipt, etc.). I just want to make sure I'm not missing something here.

Sweet if this is all it takes, saves me a stamp, etc.

Same here. This must be the most convenient rebate I've done, besides Staples. Is there really no proof that must be sent in?

sheisty 03-12-2013 04:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by antjmar (Post 57912028)
Just saw this online. $10 rebate and $5 off your next purchase directly from Penzoil!

Will pick some up at walmart since I dont need any more filters.


http://www.pzlspringsynthetics.co...N=87674309

At my local WalMart 5W-30 Pennzoil Platinum 1.25Gal/5qt/4.73L was $22.47 after tax. I purchased the last one with the $10 by Mail (MIR) & $5off Next purchase FORM

Quote:

Originally Posted by swooshrc (Post 57884426)
There are $10 rebate forms on 5qt jugs at Walmart. $12 after rebate for Platinum. $16 AR for Ultra.

I use aftermarket filters on my Nissan Altima. Currently use K&N (B1G1 Free ends today! at Pep Boys).

I use factory filters on my KIA Optima (Hyundai/KIA make top-notch filiters)

Don't Forget the $5off your next purchase...

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scott P (Post 57886178)
I was at Wally World twice last week to buy Platinum and none of the bottles had the forms. They didn't have any at the auto center desk either.

People are dumb (insert your favorite curse word here). The idiots removed the $10 Mail In Rebate/$5off coupon form from the jugs thinking they could get the $5off immediately. If you look closely at the front of the jugs, left of the Pennzoil symbol/label you will see the fading from where the stickied form was located.

FYI you don't need the form to get the $10 MIR or the $5off coupon as long as you can upload your receipt, and complete the form at www.penzoil.com/rebate

So you pay the $22.47 plus tax (Prices vary at each store so YMMV) and get $10 MIR

So for your first 5qt jug its $12.47
Your second 5qt jug is $22.47-$5.00=$17.47
Total for 10qts is $29.94 plus tax ($2.94 per quart for quality oil)

But wait it gets better you can get 2 Redemptions per household so another $10 Rebate means

$19.94 for 10 Quarts of oil!!! $1.99 per quart!


NOTE THIS IS DIFFERENT FROM THE OPS DEAL AND REBATE. I Don't suggest you try to double dip. To get the ops original deal YOU MUST GO THROUGH the rebate link he provided!!!

Rockalittle 03-22-2013 10:48 AM

Thanks OP. This deal is still live so I'm giving it a bump.

kfckrew 03-22-2013 12:59 PM

Just bought 2 yesterday... Did the Advance Auto Rebate online today. Going to try to double dip... Sending in the Pennzoil rebate tomorrow. Really got nothing to lose. The $30.00 deal was already a really good deal on Synthetic and K&N. If I can get back $20 per 5 quart jug, that will be great. That would mean $10 per oil change of synthetic and a high-end filter.

blueiedgod 03-22-2013 01:21 PM

I am going to try and double dip, since AAP rebate does not need physical receipt.

booyaaa 03-26-2013 06:30 PM

For those doing the Pennzoil rebate + coupon offer, is the $5 coupon instant? Also, what is the submission process? Seems like just a web form? Is there anything to mail in?

Thanks.

cak165 03-26-2013 08:18 PM

BTW, if you don't need a filter, Meijer is selling the oil for $11.49 AR

http://slickdeals.net/f/5925378-Meijer-5-1-Qt-Pennzoil-Platinum-full-synthetic-oil-11-49-after-10-rebate

blueiedgod 03-26-2013 09:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by booyaaa (Post 58487820)
For those doing the Pennzoil rebate + coupon offer, is the $5 coupon instant? Also, what is the submission process? Seems like just a web form? Is there anything to mail in?

Thanks.

I think coupon comes in the mail with the rebate check.

Submission for both Advance Auto and Pennzoil is all online. You can mail in if you want, but Advance does not require receipt, other than info form it, and Pennzoil takes an upload of a scan or photo of the receipt.

fantomas 03-26-2013 10:40 PM

I know this is ending soon, but due to some law here in CT, they don't allow certain mail in rebates. So you can walk in to and advance auto in CT, and walking out with 2 jugs and a filter for $19.99. And no way to track how many you buy so you can buy as many as you want.

sheisty 03-27-2013 02:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by booyaaa (Post 58487820)
for those doing the pennzoil rebate + coupon offer, is the $5 coupon instant? Also, what is the submission process? Seems like just a web form? Is there anything to mail in?

Thanks.

the coupon is not instant.

blueiedgod 04-16-2013 05:51 AM

Just got e-mail from Advance Auto that my rebates for the deal have been processed. No word from Pennzoil, still.

Edit: P.S. I went for the double dip rebate to maximize savings.

leemaverickly 05-03-2013 06:54 AM

Did anybody get the pennzoil factory rebate? I saw rebate status shows invalid coz Not a Participating Store so I called them and they told me AAP doesn't want to be part of this rebate offer and I was like the rebate offer/form doesn't say anything about participating store and this is supposed to be a general offer no matter where you buy it from.

blueiedgod 05-10-2013 08:08 PM

Got the rebates cards in the mail, 2x $10 for the 2 deals, but no hint of $5 coupon. Anyone else?

aaks38 05-10-2013 08:24 PM

got in on this deal a few months back with the Pennzoil ultra and rotella. I submitted the rebates online and found out they were never processed and are not in their system any longer.. i wouldnt put too much faith into the rebate..

j8635621 05-12-2013 06:12 AM

I got my rebates just fine.


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