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[Costco] Maxpider floor mats $150 - $25 w masterpass

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Newbie
Mar 7, 2011
36 posts
12 upvotes
Good mats but they hold dirt and look bad if you can’t get the cleaned off
Deal Addict
Apr 30, 2011
2637 posts
235 upvotes
RICHMOND HILL
No availability for 2014 Nissan Sentra, and only front floor mats for 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan =(
Sr. Member
Jan 17, 2008
507 posts
86 upvotes
toyopl wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 1:36 pm
Damn, no mats for 2016 Sienna.
lil_azn wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 2:51 pm
2013 Acura TL not even available. Lame.
loserga wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 3:39 pm
No availability for 2014 Nissan Sentra, and only front floor mats for 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan =(

All of the above should try www.partsengine.ca. Everything above is available there for $99/set.
Deal Addict
Apr 30, 2011
2637 posts
235 upvotes
RICHMOND HILL
jestik wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 3:57 pm
All of the above should try www.partsengine.ca. Everything above is available there for $99/set.
Only rear Maxpider floor mats for 2014 Sentra on partsengine. The full set from Husky costs $181 - 10% discount, and Weathertech costs more than $210 for the whole set.

Findway doesn't even have mats for the 2014 Sentra.

Thinking about Tuxmat, but not sure how well they'll hold up in the cold Canadian weather.
Jr. Member
May 21, 2015
162 posts
21 upvotes
Toronto, ON
loserga wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 3:39 pm
No availability for 2014 Nissan Sentra, and only front floor mats for 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan =(
Does it specify that it only comes with the front mats for the caravan somewhere? I have a 2009, not sure if it would be the same!
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Apr 30, 2011
2637 posts
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RICHMOND HILL
dankthetank wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:22 pm
Does it specify that it only comes with the front mats for the caravan somewhere? I have a 2009, not sure if it would be the same.
After you enter the make, model and year on the website you should be taken to a page with the part number(s). Search for "maxpider (part number)" on Google and the links should tell you which part of the car these mats go in.
Newbie
Aug 1, 2008
53 posts
13 upvotes
Here is my experience couple weeks back: Did go to the Costco link -->fill in info-->choose the vehicle (V1)-->placed order.
Went back same path, filling in same info, just to check what is available for second vehicle (V2) but did not place the order this time.
Couple days after got an email from u-guard saying they don't have stock for my vehicle 2 (V2)!!! Good they didn't as I was able to get the ones I intend to (V1).
Leeson learned: don't go back using same info!
Jr. Member
May 21, 2015
162 posts
21 upvotes
Toronto, ON
loserga wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:24 pm
After you enter the make, model and year on the website you should be taken to a page with the part number(s). Search for "maxpider (part number)" on Google and the links should tell you which part of the car these mats go in.
Oh great, never thought about doing that! Thank you!

EDIT: It looks like this would make partsengine the cheaper option at $100 since it's only the front mats anyways! I thought Costco would be front two rows at least. Boo!
Newbie
Nov 8, 2015
28 posts
5 upvotes
Terrebonne, QC
Got some in my BMW 328 xdrive, got them on amazon for $ 130 tax in (shipped). Love the look!
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Jan 28, 2006
260 posts
54 upvotes
Brampton
sharethedeal wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 7:48 am
These are pretty expensive, does any1 knows where can i buy cheaper custom size floor mats ?
Check out tuxmat around $200 for front and rear..
It's a Canadian company I believe tuxmat.ca
Jr. Member
Mar 4, 2006
145 posts
19 upvotes
toRFDer wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 8:14 am
I bought Weathertech custom floor mats for the past car and love them.

Does anyone have any experience with Maxpider and Weathertech and can comment on how they compare?
I have weathertech in my Sienna and Maxpider in the Outback. Even for the same price I would still choose the Maxpider. They look nicer with the carpet finish and they don’t get nearly as dirty. At a massive discount over Weathertech it’s a no brainer IMHO.
Deal Addict
Feb 23, 2015
1423 posts
364 upvotes
Brampton, ON
guys i get $141 after tax and masterpass for my mazda 3 but I am not able to tell if it is all 4 mats or the price of 2. I entered the part number and the only thing that comes close to it is the part numbers on partsengine.ca. They have the front mat numbers as FL-2521BK1 and the rear as FL-2511BK2. None of those are the part number I get through costco.

This is the part number from costco: PB-FL-2511BK
Sr. Member
Feb 20, 2011
542 posts
105 upvotes
I'm pretty sure it's for both rows. Some reviews say so and they show pictures of both rows. Worse case I will be bringing them back to Costco. Also 200$ for both rows on partsengine.ca so 189 regular price at Costco makes sense for both rows.
Newbie
Dec 15, 2007
85 posts
17 upvotes
LAval
masterpass promo only valid for 1 time during the promo period....!
Member
Jan 10, 2011
259 posts
42 upvotes
Ottawa
cata2you wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:41 pm
Here is my experience couple weeks back: Did go to the Costco link -->fill in info-->choose the vehicle (V1)-->placed order.
Went back same path, filling in same info, just to check what is available for second vehicle (V2) but did not place the order this time.
Couple days after got an email from u-guard saying they don't have stock for my vehicle 2 (V2)!!! Good they didn't as I was able to get the ones I intend to (V1).
Leeson learned: don't go back using same info!
Crap, I did exactly this... So if we are sent the wrong product, we can return at a Costco warehouse?

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