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#648 of 777 test drive the 2013 Focus ST
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
May 31, 2012 (6:03 pm)
"Starting on June 30 in New York, Ford is offering a free consumer driving event featuring performance training and a timed autocross to participants who simply sign up. "Our fans have expressed extremely high interest in this car, but we know the proof is in the pudding," said Lisa Schoder, Focus ST Marketing manager. "We want ST fans, as well as drivers of competitive vehicles, to be able to taste this car firsthand."
Ford Launches Free 2013 Ford Focus ST Performance Academy (Straightline)
(Don't get too jazzed - all sites are currently full).
#649 of 777 Re: test drive the 2013 Focus ST [steve_]
Jun 01, 2012 (7:22 am)
Saw that but I'm out of town that day. Bummer!
Jun 28, 2012 (2:38 pm)
Discount Tires - Buy any set of 4 tires or wheels and get $100 rebate or buy any set of 2 tires or wheels and get $50 rebate. Installed.
Offer valid 29-30 June only.
Some people report that they got the discount even though they didn't use Discount Tire for installation, but YMMV.
Aug 21, 2012 (6:25 am)
I saw coupons on the necks of 5-quart size jugs at Walmart on Pennzoil products. They had an aisle display as well as the dispensing rack.
$5 off the 5-quart bottle or $1 off up to 5 1-quart bottles.
Instant coupon at register--no mailing.
This Walmart is in West Central Ohio. Your area may vary.
#656 of 777 Re: Pennzoil [imidazol97]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Aug 21, 2012 (6:58 am)
Good find. I got a jug of SuperTech yesterday for ~$12.50. Might have grabbed the last jug of 5w30. They had squat for choice and nothing on special at the local Walmart here. Hm, I may have overlooked the end caps though.
I haven't done a mail-in rebate for months. They are just too much of a pain unless it's an especially good deal. I really hate getting "gift cards" back.
#657 of 777 Re: Pennzoil [steve_]
Aug 21, 2012 (7:43 am)
I have a Caribou Coffee reloadable gift card. When it drops below a pre-set balance it automatically adds a few bucks from a credit card. I take rebate gift cards into the local CC location when I'm getting a cup of coffee and have them add the balance to my Caribou card. I tell them the exact amount it's good for. No fees or fuss, credit on the Caribou card never expires, it defers the next automatic reload, and I know I'll use it up.