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Goodyear tires buy 3,1free +$40 off +$160 rebate +free shipping @ Sears .com

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Last Edited by widgit September 14, 2012 at 06:01 PM
Sears.com has Goodyear SR A and Comfort ride tires buy 3 get 1 free + additional $40 off with AUTO40 + $160 visa card if purchased with sears card. All with free shipping.
Select Falken tires are the same deal just without the $160 visa card.

245/75r16
Was under $500 otd mounted/balance.

Deal expires 9-15-12

http://www.sears.com/marketplace-...0000243860
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Last Edited by rsquare September 14, 2012 at 04:52 PM
Sears or Goodyear Credit Card required for $160 visa pre-paid card.

The other offers of:

-BUY3GET1
-$40 OFF w/ AUTO40

Work with any other payment option.

Using other payment options, you will qualify for $40/$60/$80 (dependent on tire selection) pre-paid visa instead of $160.

http://c.sears.com/ue/home/Goodyearrebate.pdf

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#31
Quote from Wyndhamscams View Post :
$500? I got my bridgestones mounted and installed for under $300 w/o having to use sears CC or deal with any rebates. $500 doesn't seem much of a deal. $130 a tire? The people posting deals sometimes, I wonder what they were drinking Smilie

What bridgestones? Where at?
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#32
Holy crap, I have a set of four Falken Ziex 912 225/45R18 in my cart for $422 installed. WOW!

I'd be a fool not to pull the trigger.

I've never had a problem with Falkens in the past.
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#33
This is a phenomenal deal. Unfortunately, don't have a Sears CC, and won't be able to get one by tomorrow.
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#34
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Holy crap, I have a set of four Falken Ziex 912 225/45R18 in my cart for $422 installed. WOW!

I'd be a fool not to pull the trigger.

I've never had a problem with Falkens in the past.
I did with those exact same tires on my 1996 Honda Accord a few years ago. Those tires only lasted maybe 35,000 miles. Obviously mine were not the same size, but they were the 912.
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#35
Quote from mrstangblb View Post :
I did with those exact same tires on my 1996 Honda Accord a few years ago. Those tires only lasted maybe 35,000 miles. Obviously mine were not the same size, but they were the 912.
Well, it's only a 40,000-mile tire, so 35,000 miles is pretty good depending on your driving habits.

Just found out that I also get 10x bonus points with my Chase credit card going through their portal to Sears. This just keeps getting better and better LMAO
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#36
Quote from just1guy View Post :
Costco tried to sell me the most expensive tires that they had for my Camry b
ecause they only sell what your car manufacturer recommends.same at Walmart.
Went to just tires,they had no problem selling me the tires I wanted.
Saved $200 on brand name tires.
Not so with me the in-laws mini van needed 4x tires which cost me almost $500 at Costco where SamsClub didn't have their tires in the right size. But I always saved money with SamsClub and tires. The guys at my old local were great. 5 of them worked on my prior car and I was out the door in 30 mins. No issues. But they never pushed me into tires that cost me over board. I always picked out what I had wanted.

Remember it's you who have the final word when it comes to purchasing.

Quote from NFS4 View Post :
Well, it's only a 40,000-mile tire, so 35,000 miles is pretty good depending on your driving habits.

Just found out that I also get 10x bonus points with my Chase credit card going through their portal to Sears. This just keeps getting better and better LMAO
Don't forget 5,000 miles rotations does help keep those tires on the road longer..
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Last edited by tipstir September 14, 2012 at 03:20 PM
#37
Does anyone remember if it was the Goodyear Assurance ComforTred or the TripleTred that got consumer reports top rating for passenger cars? They did the test a few months ago.. Forget which one it was..

Edit: looks like it was the TripleTred..
This article is what I read a couple months ago in the consumer reports magazine..they said Hankook Optimo h727 is pretty well performing also in this category for less, but tire rack said it trailed a bit behind the good years in wet & abrupt braking/handling type maneuvers

Looking for 235/65/16's for my E

http://www.consumersearch.com/tir...ason-tires
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#38
I'm an auto tech, and my cost on the Assurance Tripletread is around $640 for 4 tires (205/50/17). With this deal, it comes out to $442. Definitely a good deal! I don't have a Sears CC though. Oh well.

And I wouldn't let a Sears mechanic work on my vehicle if I was broken down in front of their store.
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#39
This deal is still smoking. Buy 3 get 1 free & AUTO40 ($40 off) both work just fine without the Sears CC, and the mail in rebate for the $160 card is even good if you don't purchase with a Sears CC for $80.
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#40
I went ahead and pulled the trigger. $442.87 installed with tax. Absolutely AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!

With the bonus points, I'll get an extra $50 in rewards from my Chase Rewards CC thanks to the 10x bonus points promotion Smilie
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#41
So if you don't use a Sears CC, you still get the Buy 3 Get 1 free deal, AUTO40 for $40 off, free shipping, and a $80 mail in rebate? Is that confirmed to work without using the Sears CC?

And it's only for these two types of tires: Goodyear SR A and Comfort ride?
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Last edited by jordanz12 September 14, 2012 at 03:56 PM
#42
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So if you don't use a Sears CC, you still get the Buy 3 Get 1 free deal, AUTO40 for $40 off, free shipping, and a $80 mail in rebate? Is that confirmed to work without using the Sears CC?

And it's only for these two types of tires: Goodyear SR A and Comfort ride?
SRA, Comfort Ride work for all 3.

Falken 912 work for B3G1, and AUTO40 but don't have any rebates attached to them.
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#43
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Wow, I've never seen buy 3 get 1 free from Costco. It could have saved me lot. I bought 4 bridgestone with $70 off, still cost me ~700 otd. Maybe that deal is regional.
I paid $700 for 4x 285/75-R16 Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revos on my truck, out the door. This includes balance, rotations, and flat repair. The price is almost always negotiable, so that's how I got the deal.

Quote from Wyndhamscams View Post :
Plan a little ahead if possible, but hard to do with tires.
Why would it be hard to plan ahead with tires. Tires don't often fail catastrophically. Just observing the rate of wear can give you an idea of when to look for deals. Same goes with any wear item such as brake pads, batteries, etc.

Quote from killak View Post :
Was the Bridgestone deal just posted on its website or did Costco just match what someone else was doing?
Seems Firestone/Bridgestone has the buy 3 get 1 free deal every other month. I get the Firestone coupons emailed to me.

Quote from nhcheapbastid View Post :
And I wouldn't let a Sears mechanic work on my vehicle if I was broken down in front of their store.
We are talking about installing rubber on a rim, not working on a car. Anyone can install tires on a rim, especially if that is their day to day job. I'd trust any tire shop to do this.
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Well, it's only a 40,000-mile tire, so 35,000 miles is pretty good depending on your driving habits.

Just found out that I also get 10x bonus points with my Chase credit card going through their portal to Sears. This just keeps getting better and better LMAO
Mine was $370 otd, even more tempting with 10x bonus from chase but the reviews are really a mix batch, major complains are the early wear average 25k, seems these tires were initially rated at 65k then lowered to 40k, I am not an aggressive driver and averages 55k on Good year RSA, these are cheap but still having tough time pulling the trigger.

Also don't forget shop your way rewards.
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#45
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Mine was $370 otd, even more tempting with 10x bonus from chase but the reviews are really a mix batch, major complains are the early wear average 25k, seems these tires were initially rated at 65k then lowered to 40k, I am not an aggressive driver and averages 55k on Good year RSA, these are cheap but still having tough time pulling the trigger.

Also don't forget shop your way rewards.
Goodyear Eagle RSAs are awful in my experience. I had a set on my 2006 Mazda 3s (17") when I bought it new from the factory. They didn't even last 15,000 miles. Those were truly crap tires.

But then again, it seems as though everyone has different experiences based on driving habits/tire rotations/vehicle in question. These tires are going on a '11 Sonata 2.0t which is the family cruiser. I don't think I should have any problems hitting 40,000.
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