I rarely go to AAP and AZ anymore ever since I got 5 jugs of gold cap M1 Extended Performance at Walmart two years ago and my commute dropped from 75 miles to under 1 mile daily. For my car, I just change once a year now and use Fram's top of the line filter that many folks here approved. My wife car gets changed twice a year with the same oil and filter. This is before Mobil went with the 'new formula' as well pricing for their yellow cap oil. I can't justify the $40+ at Wally so I am now getting oil from Costco or BJ's whenever they have the $10 coupon for the 0W20 stuffs. I went in AAP the other day to get brake pads and rotors for my Honda Fit and was shocked at how expensive their oil are. Do people not hear of Wally World? Who would pay almost 50% more for oil when Wally World are all over the place. I can see how someone can overpay for certain parts that Wally doesn't carry and they don't want to risk the online purchase but buying basic fluids at such high mark-up unneccsarily is just insane. Any I am sure many people here buy ATF from dealership for brands such as Honda or others that specify certain formula. My Honda ATF is actually not that expensive at dealership, it costs more than synthetic engine oil at Wally but I only change it once every 30k-50k miles which comes in to be about 2 years so it is super cheap maintenance item to have a great AT to go to 300k miles. If you still go to small auto part stores for fluids, is there a reason why? I can supporting mom and pop but AAP and AZ aren't mom and pop.