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Napa Platinum Oil Filter $5.99 in store

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Napa has their top of the platinum oil filters for $5.99 at their stores for the month of April. Orders can be placed online with in store pickup or free shipping on orders $50 or larger. Previous sale price last April of 2019 was $4.99. On the main page towards the top, select your vehicle.

https://www.napaonline.com/
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https://www.napaonline.com/en/sea...2020_flipp
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Where is this advertised? When I search online, I am seeing $13.99.
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What is today?
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Where is this advertised? When I search online, I am seeing $13.99.
April Fools Joke....no, look under monthly deals and then oil change specials...
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Go to napaonline and check for your vehicle. Shows half price for me.
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As usual, the Napa Website is a classic fail. I spent 20 minutes and could not find this deal.
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I found it pretty easily. Thanks for posting.
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i dont see this at all ? link ? screen shot ?
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How do there filtered compare to the purolator boss filters?
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i dont see this at all ? link ? screen shot ?
This is for my 1997 Honda Accord https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/P...oil+filter
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Added platinum oil filter direct link.
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Their filtering efficiency is worse than the gold level filter. From BobTheOilGuy:

WIX makes NAPA filters. The Platinum is a full synthetic media, the Gold is not. The NAPA Gold is the same as the basic WIX filter, and the NAPA Platinum is the same as the WIX XP.

As discussed many times now, the XP/Platinum full synthetic filter has a pretty bad filtering efficiency ... only 50% @ 20 microns, while the WIX/NAPA Gold is much better at 95% @ 20 microns..
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Just a note:

These are for full-synthetic oil. If you use regular or semi you'll want to use the Gold. This type of filter is made for for longer-term sludge and higher temperatures while the Gold is more for dirt capture. Its not that one is better than in the other in terms of product, but, rather the type of driving conditions most common to you and oil you have in your engine.
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Toyota oem ones are cheaper at my dealer. they charge 5.xx per filter and a dollar for the crush washer/gasket. Not sure if they work better or not
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I don't see the deal. The oil specials are for a combo buy of a jug and a filter, not the filter alone. Maybe it expired?
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