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Firestone - Standard Oil Change for $12.99 w/ Coupon (In-Store)

added on December 28, 2009 by equipurple, last updated on December 30, 2009 by YanBz

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STANDARD OIL CHANGE

Our value-priced basic service:

* install new filter
* install up to 5 quarts of Kendall® GT-1® Synthetic Blend motor oil
* lubricate chassis (if necessary)
* 3-month/3,000-mile warranty
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  • 47060
    Solstice
    professor
    1 6 2
    11 4 1
    Posted by Solstice on December 28, 2009
    [reply] 5 0
    Re-classy as coupon, as it must be printed and then presented during service.
      47078
    • equipurple
      professor
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      11 8 1
      Posted by equipurple on December 28, 2009
      [reply] 7 0
      Thank you, Solstice.
  • 47111
    YanBz
    admin
    Posted by YanBz on December 28, 2009
    [reply] 3 0
    Added "Firestone" to the deal title
  • 47137
    jeff
    guest
    Posted by jeff on December 29, 2009
    [reply] 4 0
    i doubt a Firestone service center will accept this
    there isn't a exp date if you click on this link this is what their coupons look like.
    http://www.firestonecompleteau.....ze&id=3747
      47156
    • equipurple
      professor
      2
      11 8 1
      Posted by equipurple on December 29, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      The image is directly from an email from their radio station parter, WEEI for their New England Perks promotion.
  • 47199
    AnonaMouse
    learner
    Posted by AnonaMouse on December 30, 2009
    [reply] 0 2
    Yeah, emailed to a REGISTERED NE PERKS participant who earned that certificate! When your website shows "CLICK HERE to go to the offer page", the link should be to a LEGITIMATE business offering a VERIFIABLE product discount or coupon or whatever, not go directly to a JPEG or PDF that most kids today could create at home in their spare time! People: Go directly to the Firestone site to see their legit offers & printable coupons or use a website "contact us" form to verify ANY PDF or JPEG that could just be printed over & over by anyone is for real and that you are not committing FRAUD by copying & trying to use it! If it seems unusual, it most likely is. Sorry I had to sign up as a user for your untrustworthy website on my first visit here just to point out something so obvious.
  • 47202
    AnonaMouse
    learner
    Posted by AnonaMouse on December 30, 2009
    [reply] 0 2
    It is FRAUD to copy most coupons (especially if paid for or earned w/ points in a promo or rec'd for another specific reason) & while generally printed right on coupons, those registering w/ NE Perks via WEEI electronically signed some Terms & Conditions. Any legit "deal" should link to the WEBSITE offering it for verification (duh) not to an image of someone's coupon! Just ask the company! (ie call Firestone HQ & see what they'd say about what you've done). Sure, I want the best deal I can get, too, but not one I wasn't entitled to, and every person is just not entitled to every deal, nor is every deal INTENDED for every person. SOME ARE NOT FOR SHARING!!!
  • 47203
    AnonaMouse
    learner
    Posted by AnonaMouse on December 30, 2009
    [reply] 0 2
    Check my "NOT HOT" posting for the reasoning.... this is a FRAUDULENT DEAL.
  • 47242
    equipurple
    professor
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    11 8 1
    Posted by equipurple on December 30, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    Note the URL is from the perks program. No earning of certificates, just an email signup.
  • 47243
    equipurple
    professor
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    11 8 1
    Posted by equipurple on December 30, 2009 [reply] 1 1
    check your verbs AnonaMOuse, you are "printing" not "copying"
      47253
    • AnonaMouse
      learner
      Posted by AnonaMouse on December 30, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      Check YOUR pronouns, equipurple: "I" personally am printing NOTHING from this website, especially not a scam like this!

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