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Autoguru Cyber Monday Sale $25-$100 off Car Servicing


Save up to $100 on car servicing & select repairs! Simply book with a participating mechanic displaying a red promo banner! Hurry, ends December 14th. T&Cs apply*

*Spend $150 - $249.99 to receive $25 off

Spend $250 - $399.99 to receive $50 off

Spend $400 - $649.99 to receive $75 off

Spend over $650 to receive $100 off

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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  • +2 votes

    Cyber Monday Sale

    But today is Wednesday

    • -1 vote

      It started on cyber monday, and runs until 14/12.


        This promo actually started back in 01/11. They just re-promoted it.


    vouch for autoguru, solid service.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks for posting. Did not know about this. Was doing servicing for 5x the amount quoted here with authorised showrooms.


      I've used them a couple of times and always been happy, able to get some really good price comparisons.
      Last time I booked a service I received a free uber voucher for something like $20 which was cool.

  • -1 vote

    I do wonder why some garages need such service to get business…

    • -1 vote

      probably not enough customers due to being too expensive or due to poor service…

    • +1 vote

      I think its a smart business move for a workshop owner to list on there.
      Go down the route of normal advertising and you pay regardless of how many leads are generated. Go down this route they will pay a commission per booking to autoguru which may or may not end up a higher cost than other forms of advertising, but they only pay for actual customers.

    • +1 vote

      Digital marketing as a small business, particularly ones that have limited marketing expertise, is very difficult. It makes plenty of sense to use sites like this, and let them do the work for you. And more and more people go online first when look for trades or services. It's a smart move.

    • +1 vote

      no brainer.
      people google for 'car service near me' etc nowadays.
      how else should they get new business?
      they need an online presence of some sort.

  • +3 votes

    The quotes are more expensive. If you ring the mechanics direct, prices are much cheaper than booking through autoguru.


      Agreed. I've used Autoguru a few times to get quotes for different auto jobs, and have found their price comparisons extremely helpful.

      They also tell you if the garages offer perks like loan cars, pickup/dropoffs, free car washes, wheel balancing/rotations, etc.

      However, the garages have to obviously markup their charges due to the Autoguru commissions.

      After speaking with a few garages, the common concensus is that calling and booking the job with them directly instead of through the Autoguru website is the cheaper option.


    Sunday, fathers day

  • +1 vote

    Just look for a good mechanic and when you find them keep them. Even if they charge a bit more it doesn't matter as long as the job is done good and they take care of you.


      How do find one?


    Best way to secure a good price is to use Autoguru to see what the business is charging and then ring them direct and ask for a quote. 9 out of 10 times they will beat the quote and provide you with a better service. Autoguru charges 18+% to its repairers. They also make money off selling your info to third parties.

    You can also use after pay with the provider as they get it as part of the autoguru program. The only reason to keep it within Autoguru is if somthing goes wrong, but in my experience Autoguru does not publish reviews that are less than 3 starts on their site. So you would be better off talking to rair trading or providing a facebook, google review.