Ends tomorrow. Sears is offering a Conventional Oil Change for $9.99. Up to 5 qt. oil, filter excluded, must be purchased at the time of oil change; $3.50 shop fee applies excluding CA, IL, MN, and PR.

  • $20 off Synthetic or High-Mileage Oil Change

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      cubancheapskate Ben's cred: 252
      Posted 2:03 pm PDT 08/14/13

      FYI - They use Valvoline oil.

      Shop fee? Do they pay me $3.50 to shop while they change my oil? Razz

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      bboyflashy Ben's cred: 106
      Posted 6:55 pm PDT 08/14/13

      Sears have the worst service people EVER.

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      Scorpio Ben's cred: 60
      Posted 7:35 pm PDT 08/14/13

      My wife took her SUV after paying for a oil change. They added extra fees so her prepaid $10 oil change cost her $14 so it wasn't a deal at all. Sears used to be a good place to shop, they have gone to crap!

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      goldenboyfx Ben's cred: 164
      Posted 8:31 pm PDT 08/14/13

      No one can afford to give an oil change for $9.99 so there has got to be some fine print.
      That aside, I always believe its better to DIY.

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      dizzymon247 Ben's cred: 153
      Posted 6:56 am PDT 08/15/13

      it's 100% best to DIY but if you have a bad back you'd have to pay. There are some asian places that you can watch them change the oil/filter that you SEE them remove and replace. So you know they changed it but not guarantees on screwing up anything else when they are trying to get to the oil.

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      goldenboyfx Ben's cred: 164
      Posted 6:10 pm PDT 08/15/13

      ^ Agreed. Most shops don't change your filter if its even slightly hard to get to. How do I know ? I have one such car and had it happen to me several times in multiple shops.

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      compcond Ben's cred: 4
      Posted 9:37 pm PDT 08/15/13

      Bought a battery there. 1 year later my mechanic told me the battery was failing and to bring it back to Sears. They tested it and told me it was fine. Next oil change my mechanic told me the battery was shot and to go to Sears... now. Drove directly to Sears who tested it, told me it was fine, and to move my car. It wouldn't start. Dead. The stress from their tester was enough to finally kill it. But it's fine. Then they tried to charge me pro rata even though it was within the free replacement period.

      Doesn't matter what kind of deal they have; avoid Sears.

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3825
      Posted 8:27 am PDT 08/16/13

      ^ Your experience indicates one bad manager's policies. Same could be said of any random establishment. Personally I've never had a problem with Sears batteries or getting one replaced.

      However SLA battery tech is pretty mature by now. What made your mechanic check the battery and only declare it was bad? Usually a battery failing in that time period indicates a problem with the electrical system whether it be a short, alternator problem, or other parasitic drain unless it's a seldom driven vehicle left to discharge too low too often or only used on very short trips to the point where it always drains the battery more than it has a chance to recharge it.

      I once had a vehicle with a problem like this, it had a leaky diode in the alternator. Leave it sit for more than 2 days and it would barely start but the problem wasn't discovered until it was no longer a primary use vehicle.

      On the other hand, Advance Auto Parts now undercuts Sears on battery pricing if you use their % off coupon codes.

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