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Shell Rotella T6 Full Synthetic 5W-40 Motor Oil, 1 gal $14.57+tax AR @ Walmart online and B&M starting March 1st, 2015

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Went to my local walmart today and saw the T6 is on sale at $19.57. There's also a mail in rebate worth $5 per jug, making it $14.57 per gallon. Really good stuff, works amazing on my E46 BMW.

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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Shell-R...l/14958681

Update: this MIR is not live yet. You need to make the purchase between March 1, 2015 and May 31, 2015. Full rebate sticker attached as below.
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Last Edited by PT2NV March 2, 2015 at 09:47 AM
In case your local store 'jugs' do not have the rebate sticker on them,
CLICK HERE FOR REBATE FORM [shell.com]
MAIL-IN REBATE. Offer period is March 1, 2015 to May 31, 2015.
Limit 2 rebates per person, household or address (e-mail and physical).
An original printed retailer identified and dated purchase receipt showing the required qualifying Shell Rotella® motor oil purchase (brand and product required on invoice) between March 1, 2015 and May 31, 2015 must accompany all forms. Requests must be postmarked by June 15, 2015 and received by June 30, 2015. Void for residents of RI or where prohibited by law.
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Need to put AR in the title subby, and where is the rebate?
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Need to put AR in the title subby, and where is the rebate?
EditedSmilie There's a sticker says $5 mail-in-rebate on every bottle, see attached picture.Smilie
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Good deal after rebate
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EditedSmilie There's a sticker says $5 mail-in-rebate on every bottle, see attached picture.Smilie
Thanks. Do you need to cut anything off the jug for the rebate? I don't need to use the whole gallon and like to be able to save the rest in the same jug.
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Thanks. Do you need to cut anything off the jug for the rebate? I don't need to use the whole gallon and like to be able to save the rest in the same jug.
No cutting on the jug. I did the MIR previously and the only thing you need would be the receipt and the sticker. IMO Shell is a good company to deal with when coming to MIR.
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What is the rebate limit number?
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I really need to know the limit as well. Could use 50 gallons at that price. Nothing about this rebate on Shell site.
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This is for diesel engines and not for gasoline powered engines correct?
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Went to my local walmart today and saw the T6 is on sale at $19.57. There's also a mail in rebate worth $5 per jug, making it $14.57 per gallon. Really good stuff, works amazing on my E46 BMW.

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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Shell-R...l/14958681
TY. we are just going now, hubby JUST said he needed some this is perfect timing!
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Are you sure those rebates are current? I bought 4 gallons from PepBoys yesterday for $15.64/gal , and they all have expired rebate tear off stickers, ending October 2014.

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This is for diesel engines and not for gasoline powered engines correct?
Yes.

But you could run it in your gas engine in most any car without any worries (pretty much, as long is it meets the viscosity spec you need). In fact, it's likely better than what your using if your not already using synthetic, and possibly better than what you're using even if you are using synthetic. It's a good oil.

The only concern is the zinc additive fouling up your cat converters, but that really shouldn't be a problem unless your engine already burns a noticeable amount of oil b/w changes (like say half a qt or more). Even then it may not ever be an issue. Plus the zinc is a wear additive, so it is gonna offer some extra protection in exchange for slowly fouling the catalyst. Whether your engine needs the extra protection or not is another story, but imo it's tough to have too much protection from metal to metal wear. I personally wouldn't purposely switch to it from another solid oil if your car is under warranty and you foresee a possible engine problem before the warranty runs out. No need to risk it, and there are plenty of oils more than good enough to get your car's engine a long way. But as a cheaper alternative where you aren't worried about warranty issues (where they wanna see what you used and will find any excuse to deny coverage)- I would use it with no qualms.

disclaimer- I'm just some guy on the internet and I ain't paying to fix your car laugh out loud
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Are you sure those rebates are current? I bought 4 gallons from PepBoys yesterday for $15.64/gal , and they all have expired rebate tear off stickers, ending October 2014.

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If you zoom in on the picture by the OP the sticker says it ends on May 31, 2015.
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This is for diesel engines and not for gasoline powered engines correct?
Pretty sure the diesel is the T5.
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