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eOilchange.com - Multiple Locations

$30 for Three Oil Changes from eOilChange.com ($88.50 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires May 8th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 5/6/12. Must activate by expiration date on your Groupon, oil changes expire 1 year from activation date. Extra fee for synthetic 5W20-ZO or diesel oil, disposal fees, more than 6 quarts of oil, or canister filters. Valid only at listed locations, service providers are subject to change. Must use all oil changes at same location on same vehicle. Not valid for trucks over 1 ton. Services must be used by the same person.

Questions and Answers 6 questions

Q:

What are the 8 locations?

Gretchen S.  asked on  May 3, 2012

A:

You can view the 8 locations by clicking on the locations link on the right side of the deal page.

Megan G.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 3, 2012

Q:

Write your question here It says one per customer, does that mean it has to be used on the same car or can the same customer use it on multiple cars?

shawn m.  asked on  May 2, 2012

A:

Here is a statement from the "Fine Print" - Must use all oil changes at same location on same vehicle.

eOilChange.com S.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 2, 2012

Q:

Can this be used on different vehicles? I have two.

Natalie R.  asked on  May 2, 2012

A:

Here is the statement from "The Fine Print" "Must use all oil changes at same location on same vehicle." You would need to purchase two different coupons for two vehicles.

eOilChange.com S.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 2, 2012

Q:

I have a SUV is that considered a "truck" in your definition as not eligible for trucks over 1 ton....I believe that means 1 ton capacity not the weight of the vehicle, right?

Bert H.  asked on  May 2, 2012

A:

This is simply referring to the classification of heavy duty trucks: 1/2 ton, 3/4 ton, 1 ton. Vehicles like an SUV (e.g. 2003 Toyota 4 Runner) are eligible for this coupon.

eOilChange.com S.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 2, 2012

Q:

I am confused about the small print and do not want to get burned on yet another coupon that I cannot use......I have a 2003 Toyota 4 Runner with a V8 engine. Historically it does not take more than 6 qts of oil so I am fine with that part of the "fine print" but the ad says that deal is not valid for trucks over 1 ton. A ton as defined by numerous websites is defined as a short ton = 2000lbs or metric ton = 2240lbs...most cars easily exceed these numbers, let alone SUV's and small trucks. From an internet search, SUV weighs approx 4300 lbs; can someone please tell me if that "1 ton" is a typo or if my truck is not eligible for this deal? Thanks

Bert H.  asked on  May 2, 2012

A:

Sorry for the confusion. This restriction applies to trucks only. If your truck is over 1 ton, then you would not be eligible for this Groupon.

Megan G.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 2, 2012

A:

This is simply referring to the classification of heavy duty trucks: 1/2 ton, 3/4 ton, 1 ton. A 2003 Toyota 4 Runner IS eligible for this coupon.

eOilChange.com S.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 2, 2012

Q:

How much is the extra fee for synthetic oil?

Kendra B.  asked on  May 2, 2012

A:

The extra fee will vary per vehicle. Please contact the location nearest to you for pricing.

Megan G.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 2, 2012

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