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bzdweezy
05-20-2010, 11:47 PM
http://classic.valvoline.com/qrz591dpoyu/step1.asp?rc=DE64D258D

Fill out the info, a rebate form will pop up mail it in and valvoline will send you the price paid(up to $50) for the case of oil. I know Pep Boys and Oreilly has VR1

:headbang: free oil!

Galcobar
05-21-2010, 02:03 AM
Correction, it's a buy-one, get-one promotion, which may be more accurately described as 50% off if you buy two -- but you have to pay the taxes on the entire price.

bzdweezy
05-21-2010, 08:29 PM
They changed the terms because the one i got in my email and printed out was:

Valvoline VR1 Racing Oil Offer
Free case of VR1 racing oil, via mail-in rebate.
BUY:
Purchase one case of Valvoline's VR1 Conventional or VR1 Synthetic Racing Oil.
MAIL:
This required original certificate and original dated store identified sales receipt, along with either the UPC from the case,
or one tamper proof ring from quarts.
RECEIVE:
A rebate for the purchase price of case of VR1 Racing Oil, up to $50.00.
SEND TO:
Valvoline Racing Offer
Dept. 31538
P. O. Box 6066
Douglas, AZ 85655
Expires: 7/31/2010
Offer ID#: 6066-31538
ADDITIONAL TERMS
Requests must be postmarked by December 30, 2010. Maximum rebate allowed is $50.00. This offer cannot be combined
with any other Valvoline offer. No group submissions. One rebate per household or address. Please allow eight weeks to
receive your rebate check. Trading of proof-of-purchase is strictly prohibited. This offer is limited to the United Sates only.
Requests from PO Boxes will not be honored. Use of fictitious names, addresses or organizations to obtain additional
rebates is fraud and is in violation of Federal Law and may result in prosecution and a term of imprisonment, fine or both.
Offer void where prohibited, taxed or otherwise restricted by law. Nateruaks become the property of Valvoline.

i guess too many people were doing it so they changed it up sorry guys

Blackcloud
05-22-2010, 04:05 AM
details on this oil? is it dino or synthetic?