Sometimes it is best to get your car worked on by the people who might know it best. If you own a ford vehicle, the mechanics that know the most about your Ford will be the Ford dealership mechanics. The vast majority of the cars that they service are Ford models, so they know the ins and outs of every engine better than anyone else.
Dealership oil changes are also usually a lot more expensive than they would be at a Sears, Walmart or Jiffy Lube. That is why it is a great thing that you came here so we can help you save some money on your oil change.
Ford Oil Change Price
The cost of an oil change at Ford service shops might vary from location to location. There should still be some middle ground where the prices lay though. Generally, without an oil change coupon, you should expect to pay about $30 for a conventional oil change, then the price goes up from there for synthetic or synthetic blend oil changes.
Ford Oil Change Coupons
This month, instead of a coupon there is a rebate. You’ll save more money overall by using the rebate, but it will take a little more time to get the money in the end. Coupons usually save you about $5 while this deal gets you $10 back if you are willing to wait for the process.
Click on the image above to find the printable rebate for your Ford oil change. This particular discount is for a synthetic blend oil change that starts at $39.95. Your mail-in-rebate will get you $10 back making this a $29.95 oil change.
Also, this is more than just a regular oil change. This is Ford’s “The Works” Fuel Saver Package. This oil change is supposed to help increase your fuel efficiency to get better MPG out of your car. Gas prices have just jumped so this is something worth getting. With this fuel saver package you’ll get:
- Synthetic Blend Oil Change
- Tire Rotation and Pressure Check
- Brake Inspection
- Multi-Point Inspection
- Fluid Top-Off
- Battery Test
- Filter Check
- Belts and Hoses Check