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[Costco] Castrol engine oil 5w30 n 5w20 - conventional 15.99 , synthetic - 27.49(expired)

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[Costco] Castrol engine oil 5w30 n 5w20 - conventional 15.99 , synthetic - 27.49(expired)

DEAL IS OVER! just went to costco to check, the price went back to norm price

Castrol edge engine oil at Costco on sale

5w30 n 5w20

conventional $15.99
Synthetic $27.49
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Canadian Tire also has a similar deal going on, for those without memberships
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Walmart has valvoline high mileage semi synthetic for 19.99
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flame02 wrote:
Mar 25th, 2019 7:35 pm
Canadian Tire also has a similar deal going on, for those without memberships
Don't see crappy tire having castrol on sale, rather I see quaker state for sale

Castrol at CT - more then $30
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/cast ... p.html#srp
Quaker state - $29.69
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/quak ... p.html#srp
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flame02 wrote:
Mar 25th, 2019 7:35 pm
Canadian Tire also has a similar deal going on, for those without memberships
CT's promo is over as of yesterday. Was 15.89/27.89 for the OP's listed oils.
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In ON, Costco does oil changes using Castrol Edge (up to 5 L, $4 for each additional half L) for the majority of vehicles for $50 +tax, which includes cost of oil filter and labour. Why bother with DIY when it's so cheap?
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JoelK22976 wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 12:13 pm
In ON, Costco does oil changes using Castrol Edge (up to 5 L, $4 for each additional half L) for the majority of vehicles for $50 +tax, which includes cost of oil filter and labour. Why bother with DIY when it's so cheap?
Thanks. That's good to know.

I do it myself because I couldn't be bothered to drive to Costco, wait for my turn, then wait for it to get done, then drive home. It would be at least an hour altogether.

I could get this done at home at anytime I want in less than 1 hour.
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flame02 wrote:
Mar 25th, 2019 7:35 pm
Canadian Tire also has a similar deal going on, for those without memberships
And Canadian Tire carries the Euro viscosities. That's where I get my 0W40.
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JoelK22976 wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 12:13 pm
In ON, Costco does oil changes using Castrol Edge (up to 5 L, $4 for each additional half L) for the majority of vehicles for $50 +tax, which includes cost of oil filter and labour. Why bother with DIY when it's so cheap?
I asked Costco about oil change. They said many people line up early morning before they open (at 7am?). I didn't know they open the garage so early. That's why when going during the day, you won't get in line for oil changes.
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Phonophoresis wrote:
Mar 25th, 2019 10:40 pm
CT's promo is over as of yesterday. Was 15.89/27.89 for the OP's listed oils.
The promo price come and go periodically, and it's usually on for Black Friday. My strike price is 26.99 for 5L.
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JoelK22976 wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 12:13 pm
In ON, Costco does oil changes using Castrol Edge (up to 5 L, $4 for each additional half L) for the majority of vehicles for $50 +tax, which includes cost of oil filter and labour. Why bother with DIY when it's so cheap?
Because you have full control over the process. And 9 times out of 10, you'll do a better job. Sure it might be the same oil, but I guarantee you they're using cheap filters. I also guarantee they won't spend as much time draining the oil out, or getting the level just right.

And then there are the mistakes. Like forgetting to tighten the oil cap, or drain plug, or filter. Or under-filling, or over-filling, or forgetting to put oil in all together. Or breaking something like an undertray or cover because they don't have the right tool, or don't know how it comes apart. The list goes on and on.
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bluetroll wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 12:22 pm
Thanks. That's good to know.

I do it myself because I couldn't be bothered to drive to Costco, wait for my turn, then wait for it to get done, then drive home. It would be at least an hour altogether.

I could get this done at home at anytime I want in less than 1 hour.
Fair enough, although I find they finish before I'm done shopping. Some places allow you to make appointments during non-busy times (i.e. anytime but when tire changeovers are popular) but YMMV.
Cavegirl wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 12:27 pm
I asked Costco about oil change. They said many people line up early morning before they open (at 7am?). I didn't know they open the garage so early. That's why when going during the day, you won't get in line for oil changes.
I've made appointments and have never waited longer than 30 minutes.. Again, YMMV. I don't go to locations in the GTA for oil changes though.
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Mar 26th, 2019 1:18 pm
Because you have full control over the process. And 9 times out of 10, you'll do a better job. Sure it might be the same oil, but I guarantee you they're using cheap filters. I also guarantee they won't spend as much time draining the oil out, or getting the level just right.

And then there are the mistakes. Like forgetting to tighten the oil cap, or drain plug, or filter. Or under-filling, or over-filling, or forgetting to put oil in all together. Or breaking something like an undertray or cover because they don't have the right tool, or don't know how it comes apart. The list goes on and on.
Lol it's Costco, not Crappy Tire. Although I do agree you'd probably do a better job most of the time.
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They're a business, so time is money. That part is no different whether it's CT or Costco. Same with cutting costs on filters. The average person doesn't know or care what goes on their car. And mistakes happen everywhere from quick lube places to the dealership.

As the old saying goes: if you want it done right, do it yourself.
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derass wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 1:33 pm
They're a business, so time is money. That part is no different whether it's CT or Costco. Same with cutting costs on filters. The average person doesn't know or care what goes on their car. And mistakes happen everywhere from quick lube places to the dealership.

As the old saying goes: if you want it done right, do it yourself.
They use Purolator filters, not some economy brand.
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JoelK22976 wrote:
Mar 26th, 2019 1:31 pm
I've made appointments and have never waited longer than 30 minutes.. Again, YMMV. I don't go to locations in the GTA for oil changes though.tter job most of the time.
Which Costco(s) were you able to make appointment?

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