Jiffy Lube is one of the most well known and trusted quick service oil change companies in the United States. There are currently over 2,000 locations across North America. Jiffy Lube is a subsidiary of Shell Oil, as is Pennzoil and Quaker State. This means that you should be getting the best pricing and deals on both of those brands of motor oil. You shouldn’t expect Jiffy Lube to pay full price for a product that their company already makes.
Jiffy Lube Signature Service Oil Change
Every major quick lube company has their own branding for their oil change services. Midas has the “Midas Touch”, Oil Can Henry’s has “Famous 20-Point Full-Service Oil Change” and Jiffy Lube has the “Signature Service Oil Change.” Some of them will vary from company to company, but most will have similar standard services. This is what comes with all Jiffy Lube oil changes:
- Oil with up to five (5) quarts of quality motor oil
- Oil filter
- Brake fluid level (in transparent reservoirs)
- Serpentine belts
- Wiper blades
- Antifreeze/coolant reservoir levels
- Engine air filtration system
- Exterior lights
- Chassis (lubricate when applicable)
Check and Fill:
- Tire pressure
- Transmission/transaxle fluid
- Differential fluid
- Transfer case fluid
- Power steering fluid
- Windshield washer fluid
- Battery water (excluding sealed batteries)
- Exterior windows
- Vacuum interior floors
Jiffy Lube Oil Change Prices
With all of those aforementioned services, you would expect Jiffy Lube to be insanely expensive. They are actually on par with most prices of other companies, but often a little more.
The cost of an oil change at Jiffy Lube will depend on the type of vehicle you are driving as well as where you are. These shops are all franchise owned, so each location can have a different price. You should expect to pay about $39.99 for a basic oil change on a normal vehicle. Prices jump for high mileage and synthetic oil changes.
There are not many Jiffy Lube coupons floating around usually. They have this one $5 off coupon, but if you want to find a bigger discount, you are going to need to look around for local newspapers to get a better deal.