KeyMe Now Offers to Copy Car Key Fobs for a Fraction of Dealer Costs

By: Glenn Mandel - Nov 3, 2016
References: kioskmarketplace & key.me
$300 for a copy of a car key fob is about the cost that the average car dealer will charge. Until now, consumers have been stuck and didn't have much of a choice for obtaining additional or replacement fobs. But that is now changing thanks to the key-copying kiosks from KeyMe. With locations across the country, consumers can now make car fob copies for only $70.

It's easy to make a copy -- just locate a kiosk via KeyMe's website. At the kiosk, simply enter your car's make and model on the touchscreen, place your current key against the "key" slot and wait a few moments for the transponder ID to be transferred. Within a few days, the new copy will be mailed to your home via priority mail.

It's always a good idea to have a spare key, but who wants to spend hundreds of dollars on one? Now you can get a car key fob copy inexpensively and delivered right to your door. Key copying will never be the same.