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[Canadian Tire] Oil change coupons

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[Canadian Tire] Oil change coupons

I have a few Canadian tire oil change coupons. Not gonna use them. If you trust Canadian tire and would like them for free, PM me. Located in the GTA.
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I am interested. Wouldn't trust them for more than an oil change.

What are the coupons anyways?
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Probably the one that comes with the Roadside Assistance package from Canadian Tire.
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Are they somehow tied to your roadside assistance membership number and vehicle?
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minimalist wrote: Are they somehow tied to your roadside assistance membership number and vehicle?
Membership number is printed on the coupon. I'm not sure how closely they scrutinize. Their roadside assistance can be tied to either vehicle or driver so no restrictions on vehicle.
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virgonomic wrote: Membership number is printed on the coupon. I'm not sure how closely they scrutinize. Their roadside assistance can be tied to either vehicle or driver so no restrictions on vehicle.
Yes they are from the roadside assistance. They don't scrutinize from what i hear.

As of right now, they're still available. Must be picked up in North York.
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virgonomic wrote:
Membership number is printed on the coupon. I'm not sure how closely they scrutinize. Their roadside assistance can be tied to either vehicle or driver so no restrictions on vehicle.
flamez1000 wrote: Yes they are from the roadside assistance. They don't scrutinize from what i hear.

As of right now, they're still available. Must be picked up in North York.
There shouldn't be any scrutiny. One can simply have more than one vehicle, and if one is on a driver plan (vs. a vehicle one), I'm not even sure if your vehicle information is kept on file.

Regardless, I've used them on the other half's vehicle before without issue, and their information was not tied to my file... so there shouldn't be a problem for the prospective recipient.

I would take the free one if that's still available, but I live in YVR, unfortunately. If you are willing to mail it though (I'll pay for postage), you can PM me. I'm not as afraid of CT oil changes as other RFDers... yet.
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Phonophoresis wrote: There shouldn't be any scrutiny. One can simply have more than one vehicle, and if one is on a driver plan (vs. a vehicle one), I'm not even sure if your vehicle information is kept on file.
We are talking about someone, possibly not even a CTRSA member, using a coupon with another member number printed on it. There is a nonzero chance that gets flagged.
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Phonophoresis wrote: There shouldn't be any scrutiny. One can simply have more than one vehicle, and if one is on a driver plan (vs. a vehicle one), I'm not even sure if your vehicle information is kept on file.
This. Vehicle ownership is not even required to get CT roadside assistance. They give you vouchers that can be used on any vehicle.
but I live in YVR
<cringe> Please don't do that. I'm sure you don't live at the airport. For decades the 3-letter airport code meant the airport only, how is it in the last few years that it has started to mean the entire metro region?
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Thanks all, these have been claimed.

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