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Unread 07-13-2011, 12:43 PM   #1
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Just wanted to post a link to a rebate for Prestone anti freeze/coolant to help everyone save a few dollars on their automotive maintenance.

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I try to always buy a few gallons when I catch a rebate and keep it stored in the garage so when I have to change anti freeze, have a slow leak, burst a radiator hose or change the water pumps. I use to do the same thing with motor oil back when prices were cheap and now I've got about 25 cases or oil on hand. The last time I bought any motor oil was a few years ago when Pennzoil ran a $15. rebate on 5 quart jugs. I could buy them at Walmart for $20. and get $15. back leaving the cost $5. for 5 quarts. Final cost was $1. per quart for Pennzoil Platinum. I haven't even used any of the Pennzoil yet because I still have many cases of conventional oil that is older stock. Of all the oil I have on hand I think $1. a quart was the most I paid for any of it and some of it I bought at a stores grand opening sale for 2qts./$1.

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