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Thanks OP but you can get 5% anytime, this is not a "special" code.
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The code is special because it expires. Then you have to find a new code if you want a discount (which of course is always easy to find).
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Chewfam wrote:
May 24th, 2017 12:04 am
Also use your E-transfer to avoid even more credit card exchange fees.
Would you mind telling me how to set up E-transfer to pay with Rockauto orders. Thanks.
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Bayan wrote:
Jun 2nd, 2017 4:04 pm
Would you mind telling me how to set up E-transfer to pay with Rockauto orders. Thanks.
RockAuto order confirmation email will explain how to submit your payment if you choose a method other than credit or debit card, PayPal, or electronic check.

I used RBC Bill Pay payments on my last order and these are the intructions I received...
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Bill Pay payments can be made only if you hold an active account at RBC. RockAuto uses an intermediary company, Custom House ULC, to accept Bill Pay payments at RBC; before making a payment, you must add "CUSTOM HOUSE ULC" as a payee. To add a payee online after accessing your account at the RBC Online Banking, select the "My Accounts" tab, then the "Banking" sub-tab. Select the "Manage Payees" on the left side of the screen, selecting "Add Payee" underneath. The payee name is "CUSTOM HOUSE ULC" and the account number is "ROCKAUTO702". After adding the payee/account, you can complete a payment in the amount of CAD$ XXX.XX using the "Pay Multiple Bills" link on the left side of the screen.

To add a payee or to make a payment by telephone, call 1-800-769-2511, follow the prompts, and provide the same payee name, account number, and order total in CAD. To make a bill payment in branch, visit any RBC office and provide them with the proper payee name, account number, and order total in CAD. Although you have to add Custom House ULC as a payee only once, your payment will not be applied unless you enter the payee and account details exactly as they appear in the previous paragraph. Because RBC Bill Payments involve an intermediary, payments made before 1:00pm Eastern will post in no more than two business days; payments made after 1:00pm will post in no more than three.
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Or use the Rogers credit card and actually get cash back door forex :)
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I used the bill payments process - it cheaper then the credit card way (or paypal) even if you have no exchange fees. But it does take 2 or 3 days for the transfer process to complete.
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love rockauto!! i will definitely buy my parts from them!
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rilles wrote:
Jun 3rd, 2017 8:16 pm
I used the bill payments process - it cheaper then the credit card way (or paypal) even if you have no exchange fees. But it does take 2 or 3 days for the transfer process to complete.
I personally only do e-transfers to people I know. If you e-transfer online to a stranger or business, you lose your insurance (chargeback, credit card extended warranties, PayPal purchase guarantee etc). I'd rather pay the extra so I know I'm covered.

If people are worried about the 2.5% exchange fee, use a credit card that doesn't have this fee or offers a cash back that overpowers the fee.
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EnyCe wrote:
Jun 13th, 2017 4:13 am
I personally only do e-transfers to people I know. If you e-transfer online to a stranger or business, you lose your insurance (chargeback, credit card extended warranties, PayPal purchase guarantee etc). I'd rather pay the extra so I know I'm covered.

If people are worried about the 2.5% exchange fee, use a credit card that doesn't have this fee or offers a cash back that overpowers the fee.
Its not to a stranger, its to RockAuto. I've never used those kind of coverages, RockAuto's return process is fine. The RockAuto exchange rate is better then the posted credit card rate.
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EnyCe wrote:
Jun 13th, 2017 4:13 am
I personally only do e-transfers to people I know. If you e-transfer online to a stranger or business, you lose your insurance (chargeback, credit card extended warranties, PayPal purchase guarantee etc). I'd rather pay the extra so I know I'm covered.

If people are worried about the 2.5% exchange fee, use a credit card that doesn't have this fee or offers a cash back that overpowers the fee.
lol rock auto isn't going to scam you
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Rockauto is not worth it unless you're buying a ton of parts at once. I need some new brake calipers but when you consider the cost of shipping plus the cost of shipping the cores back to the US it's only marginally cheaper than just buying it from the local auto parts stores so may as well pay slightly more to get it locally and faster and pick it up in person.
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BeapChastard wrote:
Jun 13th, 2017 1:29 pm
Rockauto is not worth it unless you're buying a ton of parts at once. I need some new brake calipers but when you consider the cost of shipping plus the cost of shipping the cores back to the US it's only marginally cheaper than just buying it from the local auto parts stores so may as well pay slightly more to get it locally and faster and pick it up in person.
It really depends - I've ordered brakes from them and even without returning cores it was worth it. I've made big and small orders since 2009 and I've saved well over $1000+ as a result. Express shipping is rarely ever worth it - go for ground and it still arrives pretty quickly. Pair that with a border shipping service like CrossBorderPickups and you save even more.

The main problem with them is when the parts you need are in different warehouses so you have to pay extra for shipping....
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I agree. Rock Auto has been SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper for many of the parts I want.

If you need to do a core exchange it probably doesn't make sense.

However, things like brakes on less common cars can be 50% less than any Canadian source.

For example, when I needed a water pump they were half the price of local sources and 25% less than Canadian online sources.
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Another coupon:
Your RockAuto discount code 6118093554876727 will expire on June 25, 2017.
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awesome company, no hidden fees/duty everything they post as your final charge is what you will pay. Ive bought numerous body/mechanical parts from them.

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