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Amazon.com has for Prime Members: 5-Qt Pennzoil Ultra Platinum Full Synthetic Motor Oil (10W-30) on sale for $24.97 - $10 Rebate = $14.97. Shipping is free. Thanks sprite23
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25 bucks shipped - 10 dollar rebate from Pennzoil.

The maximum rebate amount is 48 dollars. I purchased 5 jugs and got back a 48 dollar rebate in about a month. Pretty easy rebate, too. Nothing to mail in, you can submit your receipt online.
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My car takes 5w20 but I use 10w30. The added protection of a 30 viscosity is worth it for losing a little gas mileage. As for the 10w, I live in an area that never gets below 30 degrees Fahrenheit, so running a 10w is not a big deal for me.

Keep watching the 5w20 ultra platinum though, I saw it get to 25 dollars as well. I think it depends on Amazon's supply

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Some people seem to not like my statement about using a 10W30 oil in a engine designed for 5W20 or 5W30. I'm glad people are questioning this, as you should. Don't take my word for it, please do your own research and make an informed decision. If you don't feel comfortable putting something that isn't factory recommended, then please don't. You might ruin your engine or void your warranty and that's the last thing I want. Research, research then research some more!
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When you make statements like yours you also have to provide the part that is incorrect......

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As I said in an earlier post, don't take my word for it. Go ahead and research it for yourself and do whatever you think is right. It's your car.

I've run 10w30 and I've had my oil tested by Blackstone Labs without any issues, if something screws up, it's on me, I accept the financial responsibility If you don't like what I said, that's fine, don't use the oil in your vehicle. I encourage everyone to research for themselves no matter what some random person on the internet says and I would never just take one person's word for it and nor should you.

I was just trying to post a good deal and offer my personal experience, I have no malicious intent.
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I wish they could do the same for 5w30
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Really good deal, also wish they had 5w30 for this price.
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My car takes 5w20 but I use 10w30. The added protection of a 30 viscosity is worth it for losing a little gas mileage. As for the 10w, I live in an area that never gets below 30 degrees Fahrenheit, so running a 10w is not a big deal for me.

Keep watching the 5w20 ultra platinum though, I saw it get to 25 dollars as well. I think it depends on Amazon's supply

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Some people seem to not like my statement about using a 10W30 oil in a engine designed for 5W20 or 5W30. I'm glad people are questioning this, as you should. Don't take my word for it, please do your own research and make an informed decision. If you don't feel comfortable putting something that isn't factory recommended, then please don't. You might ruin your engine or void your warranty and that's the last thing I want. Research, research then research some more!
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WalMart will price match. Walmart's regular price is $25-$26 for the same product. 0W-20 is $25.68.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pennzo...t/55291206

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pennzo.../123640799
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Dang, great deal but I use 5w-20

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Thanks snagged one for my next oil change.
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Dang, great deal but I use 5w-20

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Most newer vehicles are running 5w20 now to lower emissions. I suspect thats why we see the 30 on sale more often. Works for me though my LQ9 takes 30.
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My car takes 5w20 but I use 10w30. The added protection of a 30 viscosity is worth it for losing a little gas mileage. As for the 10w, I live in an area that never gets below 30 degrees Fahrenheit, so running a 10w is not a big deal for me.

Keep watching the 5w20 ultra platinum though, I saw it get to 25 dollars as well. I think it depends on Amazon's supply.
Incorrect. Use what the engine is designed/clearanced for.
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I live in an area that never gets below 30 degrees Fahrenheit, so running a 10w is not a big deal for me.
Ahh you live in Seattle too?
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WalMart will price match. Walmart's regular price is $25-$26 for the same product. 0W-20 is $25.68.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pennzo...t/55291206

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pennzo.../123640799
The link you posted is just for the Platinum, not the ultra Platinum like the Amazon one.
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Clearly you do not understand oil. I bet you think the W stands for weight, too.

Also, this is fairly normal pricing, not sure why this was posted.
Agreed, but I think it's because of the rebate. Either way I'm maxed out of Penzoil rebates for the year 🙁
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Clearly you do not understand oil. I bet you think the W stands for weight, too.

Also, this is fairly normal pricing, not sure why this was posted.
When you make statements like yours you also have to provide the part that is incorrect......

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