Thanks OP, do you know if we qualify for the $160 Mail in Rebate for online purchases? I put the tires in my cart and went thru the checkout procedure, but I never saw the info below:
"Get up to $160 by Mail-in-rebate when you purchase set of 4 eligible Goodyear tires with Sears card Offer ends 01-Dec-2012 See details."
Just to confirm make sure you have a eligible tire. may be that is why the rebate is not showing up in your order page. Read through carefully the rebate form for the models that is eligible. If everything is fine, then don't worry you will be eligible for the rebate IMHO.
I had 4 tires in my cart since yesterday and this weird glitch happened. I couldn't select "Ship to Home" so I called to order by phone. I was told they have been having problems with the website so she could place order for me but it would have to be picked up. I said I didn't want to pay that ridiculous $40 'handling fee' Sears charges when you do Store Pickup on tires. The only reason I wanted them shipped to my home was to avoid that stupid fee! So she took it off for me.
She gave me my total and it was really high so I explained that I should get 10% off for online orders and I had a code for another $35 off $300. My new total was too low but I kept Confirmation email showed she applied the $50 off code instead of $35.
So I got $115.89 GY ComfortTred x 4 - 10% - $50 code - $160 / 4 = $51.80 per tire!
Just wanted people to know that so maybe someone else can get the $32.44 handling fee removed when doing a store pickup. I also noticed I wasn't charged the $4 environmental fee!
Also when you get your confirmation email there is a link to click and download the rebate form. Or you can just Google for the rebate forms...
Still Alive! YMMV--10% discount expired, but I simply asked for it over the phone and got it!
Thanks OP! I just ordered 2 sets of these exact tires for the same price you were able to get.
Lady on the phone at Sears was super nice. She manually added the 10% discount, and also keyed in the two promo codes.
I dont have a sears card so i missed out on the $160 rebate. I thought I could simply apply for one over the phone with her, but I was not able to. The silver lining is that everyone qualifies for an $80 rebate no matter how you pay.
Thanks again OP!!!! Nice deal for an 80,000mile tire!
Anybody has any experience with Cooper Response Touring - All Season Tire sold at sears? I see that they are B3G1 free now. It needs installation and road hazard warranty purchase.
Their Performance Balance (Life of the Tire Balance Mounting Included) is too expensive like 16 per tire. Is that recommended? what about valve stems? I have car with high mileage and don't want to spend too much on tires.
If i dont go with any of those services and somehow get them to take off that ridiculous 11 per tire handling fees, it comes to around 217 for 4 tires installed with just road hazard. Is this a good deal?
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