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Valvoline Instant Oil Change In-Store Coupon: Full Synthetic/Blend Oil Change EXPIRED

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Valvoline Instant Oil Change (VIOC) [Store Locator] is offering VIOC In-Store Coupon: $25 Off Valvoline Full-Service Full Synthetic or Synthetic Blend Oil Change w/ this Printable Coupon valid at any participating locations only.

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Note, includes up to 5 quarts of Synthetic Blend, Full Synthetic or Diesel Oil (diesel quarts may vary), filter (prem. extra), lube and maintenance check

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Last Edited by slugbom April 5, 2021 at 07:47 AM
Before you ignore this and decide to do it yourself price out a new filter and full synthetic oil for your vehicle. You will exceed $25. And make an appointment to save wait times
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I think my walmart charged only like $15 when I brought them my own oil and filter.
I didn't realize that Walmart does this service, are you sure?
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I don't really trust Valvoline oil change service!
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BTW, I respect anyone who is willing to DIY an oil change, but many of us don't have the means or wherewithal to climb under our cars. Though I implore anyone on here to not let a garage change either your engine filter or cabin air filter because the markup is often 3 or 4 times what you'll spend. An engine air filter replacement takes about a minute, and a cabin air filter depending on the model usually takes less than 5 minutes. Neither filter typically involves any tools.
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Presuming you have the tools and time.

Admittedly, I'm DIY and look for <$20 for Full Syn + filter deals. Granted I also just spent 6+ hrs changing gaskets to fix a coolant leak. Most people don't want to crawl under a car to save $30. I respect that.
Yeah, I maintain all of our cars. I stock up on oil and filters when I find a good deal. But.. my new car has the 2 years of free maintenance and I just took it in. I really hate leaving my car for a few hours (or waiting there!) but I can see why people do it. It's really easy, no need to keep receipts (if car is under warranty) and you don't have to shop for oil/filter or figure out where to dispose/recycle the old oil.

Oil changes are affordable so I absolutely see the upside to taking it somewhere. I'm sure when I'm older and/or have less time, I'll just take it somewhere but for the last 15-20 years it's been fairly relaxing to be in the garage and work on our cars.
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Better deal on groupon right now. 20% off coupon too.
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$44 for full synthetic at my local Toyota dealer I guess I'll keep going there
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Groupon usually has it for 50 percent off.
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I didn't realize that Walmart does this service, are you sure?
Mine does.
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Yeah so our Nissan dealer charges around $15 if you bring your own filter and oil which cost around $25 at Walmart for mobile 0w-20 for $40 plus some tax total. Plus you can get their complimentary car wash along with free coffee and fruits. I like their automated coffee machine with 10 different flavors with speciality coffees.
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Be Careful! Used drive through Valvoline oil change service and they reused an oil filter, not a new one. When I went back and asked them why the filter was so dirty they said that the guy hadn't cleaned his hands but you could clearly see that it wasn't just oily hand prints but dirt & grime. Didn't believe them and had it redone at Walmart.
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Quote from Slee_Stack :
Presuming you have the tools and time.

Admittedly, I'm DIY and look for <$20 for Full Syn + filter deals. Granted I also just spent 6+ hrs changing gaskets to fix a coolant leak. Most people don't want to crawl under a car to save $30. I respect that.
that's a lot of work for $30.
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Please don't do it to yourself. More importantly, not to your car. The first, last and only time I visited a valvoline, which had a four star rating on yelp by the way, the guy nonchalantly says, oh we only charged you $40 instead of $50 (synthetic oil change was $50 with tire rotation on special) because we didn't have the synthetic version of your oil and so instead we used a synthetic blend. Yes, although I didn't give them a hard time since we're in covid and I don't write reviews on yelp, I just paid the $40 and went to my usual shop and paid my usual $90 for a synthetic oil change. I wasted $40 but in my book it was an inexpensive lesson. I got Valvoline out of my life for $40. It was worth it.
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I do my own oil changes and won't take my cars to quick oil change places that I don't trust. I did it a few times and had some bad experiences. I had a car where they cross threaded the oil drain plug and forced it and it leaked. I had to retap the threads and use a bigger plug. Another car at a different place they filled the oil to the *top* and when we drove the car and the oil got hot it shot all over the engine. Also almost impossible to remove the oil filter after they overtorque it down or don't lube the interface. These places are cheap but you get what you pay for, if you find one that measures carefully and uses torque wrenches properly it's a great deal.
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Ah yes "the tools". A bucket. Some rocks to put behind the tires.
Ramps (or jack+stands). Sockets to remove the metal or plastic underplate...and drain plug. Oil filter wrench/cap. Torque wrench (if you actually care). Yeah....tools.
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that's a lot of work for $30.
Saving $30 on an oil change. I cost avoided about $500 - $800 for the DIY gasket job.
Like anything else, if you don't at least enjoy the work a little, its not worth doing.
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Please don't do it to yourself. More importantly, not to your car. The first, last and only time I visited a valvoline, which had a four star rating on yelp by the way, the guy nonchalantly says, oh we only charged you $40 instead of $50 (synthetic oil change was $50 with tire rotation on special) because we didn't have the synthetic version of your oil and so instead we used a synthetic blend. Yes, although I didn't give them a hard time since we're in covid and I don't write reviews on yelp, I just paid the $40 and went to my usual shop and paid my usual $90 for a synthetic oil change. I wasted $40 but in my book it was an inexpensive lesson. I got Valvoline out of my life for $40. It was worth it.
Not sure why "covid" would stop you from saying something....will you catch it if you argue?
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