Mr. Lube Mr. Lube: Free Michelin Wiper Blades with Oil Change Purchase (ends Dec 2, not valid in Quebec) Free Wiper Blades w/Oil Change (No Quebec)

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If your car is due for some pre-winter maintenance, there's a handy offer at the moment from Mr. Lube. Through December 2, you get free Michelin wiper blades with the purchase of a complete oil change package.

In terms of restrictions, this is not valid with any other offer or discounts. The offer applies to front wiper blades only and unfortunately, the deal is not valid in Quebec.

Thanks to forum member iseekdeals for sharing this offer.

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    • How much is a Mr Lube regular oil change ?
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    • Only if you could combine this with a free Oil Change coupon.
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    • Hope its not a repost.
      or you could try a simple search before posting
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    • Last time I was there was $45 + disposal for midsize SUV. Came to almost $60.

      How much is a Mr Lube regular oil change ?
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    • Just got back from changing the oil in my van at Mr. Lube in North Vancouver and they gave me two free Michelin windshield wipers. They were going to install them as well, but I said not to bother as my current blades were in good shape; they just handed them over, brand new and still in their boxes. I don't know if they are doing this at this Mr. Lube outlet only, but I was pleasantly surprised to get these!
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    • They have the same promotion here in Halifax. Their prices are a bit on the high side, so I do not know how much of a deal this is. They are convenient. I give them that.
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    • I bought Michelin wipers from Costco last year (probably as a result of some sale noted here on RFD), and they ended up flying off my wndshield. While I installed them correctly, one flew right off the car while on the freeway one day (good thing I had thrown the old ones in the trunk), and the other one flew off when I had crossed the border.
      There was nothing wrong with the clips on my car, as I have never had that problem with any wipers before or after that.
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    • Just got back from changing the oil in my van at Mr. Lube in North Vancouver and they gave me two free Michelin windshield wipers. They were going to install them as well, but I said not to bother as my current blades were in good shape; they just handed them over, brand new and still in their boxes. I don't know if they are doing this at this Mr. Lube outlet only, but I was pleasantly surprised to get these!
      and the million dollar question - how much was the oil change? thanks
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    • and the million dollar question - how much was the oil change? thanks
      This^^
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    • Ok, here it is blow by blow (and I know that Mr. Lube isn't cheap but it's convenient to where I live). This was for a Toyota Sienna van (6 cyl).

      Castrol GTX 10W30 oil change: $47.99
      Shop Supplies: $2.99
      Special Filter Chosen: $6
      Sub-total: $56.98
      Total (with tax, 12% HST): $63.82

      The wiper blades were added to the bill and then later deducted:

      Michelin PS Wiperblade 26: $32.99
      Michelin PS Wiperblade 19: $24.99
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    • yeah you pay for convenience with mr.lube and other lube places. I stopped taking my cars there as they try to upsell on other items. i buy my own supplies and bring it to a local mechanic who charges 10 bucks in labour. I can get a synthetic oil change for around 40 bucks
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    • Why the $6 "special filter" fee? Why $3 for "shop supplies"? Bunch of BS costs. It's why I change my own oil for $25 and 15 minutes. Keep the receipt for warranty purposes. Then I fly my RFD flag!
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    • The dealership charges almost as much as Mr. Lube these days so instead of having to make an appointment, it's easier to go into the Mr. Lube, but I seriously hate the constant selling. Even after I tell them not to yank out my air filters they do it anyways, f'n pisses me off which is why I always decide never to go back.... but then 6000 kms later and procrastinating as usual, I end up going back cuz I'm overdue

      yeah you pay for convenience with mr.lube and other lube places. I stopped taking my cars there as they try to upsell on other items. i buy my own supplies and bring it to a local mechanic who charges 10 bucks in labour. I can get a synthetic oil change for around 40 bucks
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    • They up sells are crazy, they dont stop. My answer's NO NO NO everything will be NO and they still ask so i stopped going there and just go to superlube for truck or dealer with car.
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    • The wiper blades were added to the bill and then later deducted:

      Michelin PS Wiperblade 26: $32.99
      Michelin PS Wiperblade 19: $24.99
      LOLLOLLOLLOLLOL! $58 for wiper blades. Nice try Mr. Lube!
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    • Jiffylube upsell like mad and they nailed me last time in. The "head" service tech guy asked if I wanted my washer fluid topped up. This used to be free so only half paying attention said sure. Didn't notice until later he topped it up and had then put the remainder of a 4 litre jug in the back seat. Looked on the invoice and there was an extra $4 added! WTF, it can be had for $1.99 all day long and often half that on sale. Hate those underhanded tactics.
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    • You think the promo would work better if they advertised as "Free Oil/Filter Change with purchase of a set of wipers"?

      LOLLOLLOLLOLLOL! $58 for wiper blades. Nice try Mr. Lube!
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    • Its comes out to around $54 all in ( gta location) ... You do not need to buy filter it is typically included in cost unless you specifically ask for OEM filter or drive benz or bmw.

      if you price each blade at $10 - 15( 20" or longer blades are usually a lot more) then your oil change price drops to $30...

      Also if you do end up getting an aditional service always ask for a discount ... If you ask, more often then not the tech will give you some sort of discount .
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    • The way it works is workers getting paid minimum wage. One can also earn bonus that is based on the amount stuff that he/she sells, that is the reason for all recommendations. But they are not allowed to recommend something that is not due for service. Techs go by the electronic owners manual. If tech sells only an oil change it lowers their bonus, so they are forced to sell customers more services, such as engine flushes and additives, fuel system treatments, etc. that has no recommendations in the owners manual. Tech must sell $120 worth of services per car to be eligible to earn maximum bonus (has to be conventional oil, not synthetic). To get maximum 5% bonus, techs sales for 2 weeks period has to be over $11,500. And one really has to hustle, as they usually scheduled to work just a bit over 30 hrs a week and on Sunday pretty much whoever comes, just want an oil change that will lower techs bonus. With synthetic oil price of a service has to be a lot more, as synthetic oil cost lot more. Mr.L justifies high cost of service (they charge around $35 for an oil change, even if you bring your own oil and filter, my mechanic does it for $10) by providing you with "free" fluid top-ups (up to 1L), checking your tire pressure, lubricating door hinges, cleaning your front and back windows, offering you a newspaper (colouring book and crayolas if you have kids in a vehicle) and a coffee or a hot chocolate at no extra cost.

      CBC Marketplace busted Mr. Lube for charging 2-3 times the cost of cabin air filters. Yes, some of them a pain in the *ss to get to to change, but most are not too bad and does not take a lot of time. But air filters are 98% very easy to change, yet it costs at Mr. L. an arm and a leg.

      What they are doing great at Mr. L. is a coolant flush. Yes, it is more expensive that at the mechanic or even at the stealership, but those shops just drain your radiator and coolant inside the engine block and heater core never gets replaced.
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    • They up sells are crazy, they dont stop. My answer's NO NO NO everything will be NO and they still ask so i stopped going there and just go to superlube for truck or dealer with car.
      Pretty cheap with the wiper blades included. But can't stand the up selling and sub standard service.

      I now just do my own oil (synthetic) and it costs for less then 45 bucks (CDN) all in with pennzoil platinum and NAPA Gold (WIX) oil filter.
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