ACDelco Continues Consumer Spark Plug Rebates - aftermarketNews

ACDelco Continues Consumer Spark Plug Rebates

ACDelco-Spark-PlugGRAND BLANC, Mich. – ACDelco is continuing its popular spark plug rebate program through Dec. 31, 2015, giving consumers an additional opportunity to save money on high-quality select ACDelco spark plugs.

Consumers who purchase a minimum of four/maximum of 16 ACDelco spark plugs (per household) at retail stores or through professional installers are eligible for up to $32 in rebates on the following:

* Professional Iridium, $2 each
* Professional Double Platinum, $1.50 each
* Rapidfire Performance Single Platinum, $1 each
* Professional Conventional, 50 cents each

ACDelco direct accounts, jobbers and ACDelco Professional Service Center Program participants may order rebate forms (No. AM-FM-0078-15) from the

Electronic rebate forms also are available for download on and For consumers to be eligible for the rebate, repair orders must include the qualifying spark plug part number.

Consumers who purchase eligible ACDelco spark plugs at retail stores prior to Dec. 31, 2015 should receive a rebate form at the time of purchase. Rebate requests must be postmarked by Jan. 29, 2016. Submit rebate applications with all required information including proof of purchase to the address on the rebate form. Allow between six and eight weeks for processing.

To obtain status of submitted rebates, visit or call 855-242-1201 between 8 a.m.–7 p.m. (Central time) weekdays.

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