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

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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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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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Quote from aapocketz :
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.
Agreed. Close friends used to work at these places and Jiffy Lube and all don't recommend taking cars there. From what they described, it was teens getting paid minimum wage. They would get $20 gift card bonuses for selling you extras with each oil change. Not knocking all Valvolines or Jiffy Lubes but just keep that in mind. If you got a person at these locations you trust, definitely go. Just know you're getting what you pay for.
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What's the cost for a full synthetic oil change normally?
For the best selling vehicle in America (F150) it's right around $8000! They get ya for those extra quarts! My buddy won't even go there with his corporate vehicle and credit card. It's such a raw deal. Censored2
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jiffy is available on groupon
Sorry, but I wouldn't let a 'Jiffy' service a shopping cart. Can't speak as to
Valvoline but they won't get the job either unless I see they have the correct
oil (Valvoline #VV966) for my car.

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However, this information will not be included on the CARFAX Vehicle History Report.
but thanks anyway Peace
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Full synthetic oil change for my Jetta was $75, plus extra for another required quart. But the dealership charges $90. So, this is a good deal for me. Thanks for sharing.
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Hopefully in the next 10-20 years we can debate about which battery is better for our electric cars.
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I generally don't trust these franchised oil change places but have used them in a pinch. At Valvoline, especially when they are not busy, you sit in the car while they try to upsell you on overprices services. The regular price on the oil change (5-qts) in my area is about $68 for synthetic blend and $98 for full-synthetic. There are always coupons available. Living Social and Groupon sometimes has discounted vouchers available.

I could do the oil change myself, but it's about my least favorite job. I prefer to go to a local independent shop that has reasonable prices and does the work in about 30-minutes with an appointment. Also, take my Honda to the dealership where they have a fast oil change service and competitive price.
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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.

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.
not sure if I can go this far, millions of ppl don't do DIY oil change, and don't have $800 bill on Gasket.
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Last time I went to valvoline they said $100 for full synthetic. I drove right out the door.
Same here in SoCal. Was overdue and one was across the street from where I was so convenience forced me to pay $100 for a 6 qt full syn change at Valvoline.

People saying it's $50 for full syn? Maybe anywhere else in the country but not in California. Prices everywhere are $80 or more for 5 qt change.
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So I had a sedan requiring full synthetic and was doing $40-60 usually at tires plus or other chains. Then I bought a Nissan and took it to dealership for first time oil change and to my surprise they said $29.99 full synthetic incl MP inspection and tire rotation. I asked if I can bring in Mazda too or is it Nissan only and they said any car. I went in for a couple of times before Mazda got totalled. I still do my Nissan there and last week after coupon it was $9.95 oil change and $9.95 for rotation.

I thought I was looted for oil change all those Mazda years, and ~30 is normal price until I see this thread where many of you are paying ~50. Now I start to wonder if there is any catch at Nissan dealership. Any ideas?
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Hopefully in the next 10-20 years we can debate about which battery is better for our electric cars.
There's going to be one. QuantumScape.
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So I had a sedan requiring full synthetic and was doing $40-60 usually at tires plus or other chains. Then I bought a Nissan and took it to dealership for first time oil change and to my surprise they said $29.99 full synthetic incl MP inspection and tire rotation. I asked if I can bring in Mazda too or is it Nissan only and they said any car. I went in for a couple of times before Mazda got totalled. I still do my Nissan there and last week after coupon it was $9.95 oil change and $9.95 for rotation.

I thought I was looted for oil change all those Mazda years, and ~30 is normal price until I see this thread where many of you are paying ~50. Now I start to wonder if there is any catch at Nissan dealership. Any ideas?
A Honda dealer here is $40 for a synthetic oil change. It's about 30 min away, the Honda dealer 10 min away is $90. Mazda is $70, Toyota is $90.

There's no catch to the cheaper dealer prices, just that you're inclined to have other services and repairs done since you're already used to taking it to the dealer. Nothing wrong with that.
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Last time I went to valvoline they said $100 for full synthetic. I drove right out the door.
Yeah, I was just there on Saturday, and that's an accurate price for full synthetic. I did not get it, even with the $25 off coupon. Fortunately I had a 50% off conventional oil coupon with me, so I used that. Their normal price for conventional oil was $50.
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Ill just do it myself for $30.
I have a ramp and it takes me like 30mi to an hour to get it done. The 1hr is for the oil to fully drain out of the car.
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So I had a sedan requiring full synthetic and was doing $40-60 usually at tires plus or other chains. Then I bought a Nissan and took it to dealership for first time oil change and to my surprise they said $29.99 full synthetic incl MP inspection and tire rotation. I asked if I can bring in Mazda too or is it Nissan only and they said any car. I went in for a couple of times before Mazda got totalled. I still do my Nissan there and last week after coupon it was $9.95 oil change and $9.95 for rotation.

I thought I was looted for oil change all those Mazda years, and ~30 is normal price until I see this thread where many of you are paying ~50. Now I start to wonder if there is any catch at Nissan dealership. Any ideas?
$30 is really cheap. They were probably not making any money off of it. Probably hoping you'd come to them for more serious repairs.

it might not have been full synthetic oil? super hard for the consumer to tell.
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$44 for full synthetic at my local Toyota dealer I guess I'll keep going there
From my Honda dealer last year I got a $39 + tax coupon (total price out the door) in the mail for full synthetic oil change and couldn't pass on that deal, so I took it in. This year I got a similar coupon but now it is $65. I guess dealers are trying to recoup some of their lost profits from last year. Granted I have 3 cars and only put a few thousand miles since last year and only about 1,000 miles on my Jeep. I'll probably do it myself in the summer/fall. I can do all 3 cars in an hour. I like to look and inspect at what's going on under my car once in a while.
Thanks anyway.
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