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5-Quart Pennzoil or Mobil 1 Full Synthetic Motor Oil EXPIRED

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Pep Boys.com is offering their 5-Quart Pennzoil or Mobil 1 Full Synthetic Motor Oil on sale for $30.98 - $15 Pep Boys Rebate (in a form of a Visa Card by mail) = $15.98. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping if stock permits. Thanks Cosco

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location. Must purchase a qualifying motor oil to qualify for rebate redemption. $15 Off Rebate valid on Mobil 1, Pennzoil, Valvoline or Castrol Full Synthetic Motor Oil [Promotional Details]

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Pep Boys sells various brands of full synthetic motor oil for $30.98 before $15 Pep boys rebate.

https://www.pepboys.com/motor-oil...c/14232303

If you submit $10 rebate from Pennzoil or $12 rebate from Mobil 1, your final cost could be $5.98 for 5 Qts of Pennzoil or $3.98 for 5 Qts of Mobil 1.

Link to Pennzoil 5 Qts: https://www.pepboys.com/pennzoil-...quantity=1

Link to Mobil 1 5 Qts: https://www.pepboys.com/mobil-1-a...quantity=1

The Pep Boys rebate is valid from 4/29 through 5/26. link: https://s3.amazonaws.com/pepboys-...190501.pdf




https://www.pepboys.com/motor-oil...c/14232303
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Am I the only one that would rather pay more and not deal with stupid rebate hassles?
yea you're the only one. it literally takes about 1 minute to fill out these rebates. you dont have 3 minutes to spare to do this? and DO NOT tell me you're too busy.
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Stackable with the mobil 1 rebate? Worth a try perhaps.
i think so. since 1 is from pep boys, 1 is from Mobil. dont see why it wouldnt work.
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My car is at 150K and always use conventional oil. Can I put synthetic in it now?

I heard it will so something to the seal and cause bad leak.

You're right. Don't do what some others said. Switching to synthetic once you're already at 150k could cause leaks because synthetic is thinner. YMMV


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Yes. It works just like conventional oil and a healthy engine can switch back and forth no problem.

Sometimes synthetic can be used to extend your oil change interval, but I wouldn't recommend going against your manufacturer's recommendation without learning more about used oil analysis and what the numbers mean.

Keep an eye on oil consumption. If you start using something with a lot of detergents, you might clean up your engine to the point where problems in the seals are no longer being covered up by sludge. In instances like this, the synthetic didn't hurt anything...it just revealed an existing problem with the engine.

High mileage formulations supposedly help condition the seals that are prone to break down. I wouldn't recommend using them unless you are starting to notice oil consumption is increasing, since that appears to be more of a one way street than regular oil vs synthetic.

This is not true, have you ever tried this on a higher mileage car?
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FYI-

As this was posted weeks ago, Walmart has the Mobil 1 on sale for $22.88 plus a $5 off Mobil 1 gift card and then you have the Mobil one rebate for $12. Bringing the total cost to $5.88 if it matters to anyone.
How to get the $5 gift card ?
Thanks,
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I found the easiest way to spend the pre-paid cards is transferring them to my Amazon account. That way I know every penny will be used up.
I had a $30 pre-paid card. Put it in AMZ and my credit card is next in line. When I buy a merchandise for more than $30, I assume the remain charge will go to the next credit card but it doesn't. If I buy less than $30 then the remain still. Unless I spend exactly the amount of $30, it's PITA.
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I had a $30 pre-paid card. Put it in AMZ and my credit card is next in line. When I buy a merchandise for more than $30, I assume the remain charge will go to the next credit card but it doesn't. If I buy less than $30 then the remain still. Unless I spend exactly the amount of $30, it's PITA.
you are going about this all wrong. You buy a gift card to yourself for $30 from amazon and throw away the card after. Then it uses gift balance then your real card.
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you are going about this all wrong. You buy a gift card to yourself for $30 from amazon and throw away the card after. Then it uses gift balance then your real card.
Haven't thought of it. Repp.
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OK. I will stay with conventional.

My car reminded pop up at 7K and remind me to change oil and I been conventional oil since Mile 1.

Now I recover about 3.5 qt for every 4 qt I put in.
That's a long interval for conventional oil. 5K would be better, esp. for a higher mileage engine. Yes, you can freely switch between conventional and "synthetic" but the laminar flow (not the precisely correct term, but descriptive) characteristics of "synthetics" are such that seepage past old seals MAY occur. But, if you use the correct viscosity and API service for your engine and change every 5K, there is probably no real advantage to using "synthetics", despite all the advertising hype. Personally, I keep my cars just about forever, use only conventional and none of my cars has ever consumed excessive oil or required an internal engine repair.
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I used to be like that and then found it convenient to track everything in a to do list app, reminders, notes, etc. so it was hard to ever forget
Exactly what I started doing as well. I don't believe there has been a rebate I've submitted and haven't received yet.
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You can get the Mobil1 oil from Pep Boys for the same price after rebate, and get the Mobil1 rebate which is $12 instead of $10 for Penzoil. Although Pep Boys isn't listed as an approved retailer for the Mobil1 rebate, a phone rep told me today that Pep Boys is fine.
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You're right. Don't do what some others said. Switching to synthetic once you're already at 150k could cause leaks because synthetic is thinner. YMMV





This is not true, have you ever tried this on a higher mileage car?
What isn't true is synthetic being thinner. Viscosity is just about the same when comparing between conventional and synthetic of the same grade. What is different if synthetic has more detergents that will help clean an engine
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Pep boys website cannot find my receipt. anyone else going through the same ?
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Never got my rebate I mailed in January. I don't trust pennzoil now.
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dont want another visa card in my wallet.
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