walmart instore $20 quaker state a.d. oil change?

hello, what are thoughts on quaker state advanced durability (green bottle) conventional oil that walmart uses for its basic $20 instore oil change. due to my situation i dont change my own oil. car is 2014 toyota yaris that came to me used at 42k. i saw that recent service records were up to date. it is a second car driven 5-6k mixed miles per year. i cant beat walmart's $20. is qs ad ok at this price? oci? thanks!
 
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Ohio
The quality of the staff at the TLE would probably be a better indicator of whether or not the OC is okay. As far as the oil/filter itself, it is fine. I have used that offer in the winter on my Ranger, when I would prefer not to interface with the elements while on my back.
 
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Regina, Saskatchewan
You should be fine. I've used TLE in the past in both Canada and the US and never had a problem. I think you will be fine. $20 is hard to beat. $12 for the oil + $4 for the filter + $6 for labour seems fair to me.
 
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Central NY
Does the car recommend 0w-20? You might have a problem getting them to put in 5w-20 over 0w-20. But they seem to do a good job around here.
 
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NC
My local Walmart had Castrol Magnatec oil change special for $27.99 or $29.99 last week. Saw it on the sign as I was walking in the service area to get my tires balanced. That's a good price I think if it's still on sale.
 
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