That's outrageous for a rotation. A tire shop near me does a rotation and balances all four tires for $19. A bit of advice on the alignment (incidentally, prdon the pun, but that price is out of line): Unless you have a damn good reason to do it, DON'T. These cars have very sturdy front ends and they just don't lose alignment unless you really try hard to damage the suspension. Hunter alignment or no, they all have to be calibrated to do it properly, and most shops don't bother to have the machine checked all that often. I let a dealer talk me into an alignment on my'96 at 36K miles; no unusual tire wear, no pulling, nothing, but he said it would be a "good idea at this mileage". The car has never driven quite as well as it did before they messed with it, despite a couple of re-alignments done in an effort to correct their screw up.