Posted 2007-01-04 8:01 AM (#71490) Subject: Rock Auto Discount Number - NEW as of 15 March 2011
Location: The not-so-great, dirty-white North ( Michigan)
Hey Forwardlook forum members.... I just got a discount code from Rock Auto for purchasing stuff from them recently. This discount runs through May15th, 2011, so if anybody wants 5% off their parts from Rock Auto, here is a chance! Text in message on how to use discount is below.......
Discount on RockAuto Parts!
Thank you for being a www.RockAuto.com customer! To show our appreciation, we have a special discount for you.
Your discount code is:
RockAuto uses Customer Lobby to collect customer surveys. Please take a moment to complete a short survey:
Using Your Discount Code
Enter the code above in the "How did you hear about us" line of the shopping cart. If you are using our traditional HTML catalog, please click the "Apply" button to the right of the field. Your discount will automatically appear, subtracted from your order total.
Please note: We sometimes get calls from people who put the word "discount" in front of their code and do not get the discount. Please enter ONLY the discount code, no other words or numbers.
The discount takes 5% off our already-low prices. There's no limit on order size or the number of orders. Use the code for your next order, and share the code with friends, neighbors, relatives, the guy at the corner garage--anyone you know who works on cars or trucks.
This discount code expires on May 15, 2011; so don't wait!
Share Your Experience
I hope you are happy with the parts you purchased and that your car or truck once again performs as it should. Please use the RockAuto wiki and the Customer Lobby website to share your experience with others. When I finish a repair on my car, I know what tools to use, what other parts have to be removed to get to the one I'm replacing, what fluids will splash me if I'm not careful, and other useful facts I wish I'd known when I started. I also can recognize the symptoms more quickly if the problem happens again. Recording this knowledge in the wiki (http://wiki.rockauto.com) helps others who need to fix the same problem. It may even help you if, like me, you sometimes find yourself replacing the same part years later and struggling to remember how you did it the first time! Click the part number on your order confirmation to find the wiki page for a part. If you do not have your order confirmation, open the RockAuto catalog, look up the part you purchased and click on the 'Wiki' button at the top of the part window. I invite you to share your experiences shopping with RockAuto by clicking the "Customer Lobby" link.
Thanks again for buying your auto parts at RockAuto!