Welcome to the updated Slickdeals redesign beta. Learn more and give us feedback. Or, return to the classic view.

Search in
Frontpage Deal
TireRack.com Discounts, Deals and Coupon Codes

TireRack Closeout Sale: $70 Rebate w/ Purchase of 4 Michelin X-Ice Xi2 Winter Tires from

laier19usa 252 March 23, 2013 at 08:17 AM in Mail In Rebate (3) More TireRack.com Deals
Deal
Score
+25
28,238 Views
Buy Now
$162

Deal Details

Promoted 03-24-2013 at 06:59 AM View Original Post
TireRack is having a Closeout Sale on Michelin X-Ice Xi2 Winter Tires from as low as $58 each. You may also receive a $70 rebate when you purchase any set of 4 Michelin tires. Offer valid through April 15. Shipping starts at $50 and varies based on zip code. Thanks laier19usa

Prices after $70 rebate for a set of four before shipping

Original Post

Edited March 23, 2013 at 08:27 AM by laier19usa
TireRack is closing out the Michelin X-Ice Xi2 Winter Tires which are tied for #1 rated winter tires by Consumer Reports. They have several sizes in stock. I just purchased a set of 4 for mine which were about $100 cheaper than elsewhere including $54 shipping.

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tir...=X-Ice+Xi2

Rebate [tirerack.com]

Size: 175/70R13 - $58.00 (each)
Size: 175/65R14 - $69.00 (each)
Size: 175/70R14 - $83.00 (each)
Size: 185/60R14 - $68.00 (each)
Size: 185/65R14 - $57.00 (each)
Size: 185/70R14 - $68.00 (each)
Size: 185/65R15 - $79.00 (each)
Size: 195/65R15 - $86.00 (each)
Size: 205/60R15 - $75.00 (each)
Size: 205/70R15 - $67.00 (each)
Size: 215/65R15 - $65.00 (each)
Size: 215/70R15 - $69.00 (each)
Size: 205/55R16 - $109.00 (each)
Size: 215/60R16 - $86.00 (each)
Size: 225/55R16 - $98.00 (each)
Size: 205/50R17 - $99.00 (each)
Size: 215/55R17 - $109.00 (each)
Size: 215/60R17 - $86.00 (each)
Size: 215/65R17 - $95.00 (each)

111 Comments

3 4 5 6 7

Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad.

#61
Quote from Caleo View Post :
Small sizes? lol.. what, do you want snow tires for 19" rims?
Get different rims for your winter tires. See if you can find some cheap steel rims or smaller rims that fit from a similar model car. Tire Rack sell winter packages that include black steel rims and usually a smaller size. Consult the internet and a trusted tire place first, some cars can not get smaller rims because of the physical size of the brake hardware, the cost can be higher with buying the extra TPMS hardware as well but still worth looking into.

The theory is you get a set of four rims and tires shipped from Tire Rack already mounted and balanced, you put them on when winter come and take them off in the spring. The initial cost of buying the extra rims can save you money in the long run because you won't be paying to swap tires twice a year.

Smaller black steel rims may not look cool but neither does your car with nice 19in rims when it is sitting in a ditch Smilie

There are several benefits to doing this. All season tires over half worn may be good enough for the other 3 season but they will totally suck in the snow meaning it may have been okay last winter when it was new but next year it may be terrible. You can get another year out of those tires and still be safe in the winter by swapping. With dedicated winter tires, you can also consider summer tires instead of all season, you will get the benefit or a really good summer tire for the three seasons and have a winter tire for adverse conditions. Having extra rims allows you to swap between them pretty easily with little notice of a pending storm.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#62
I have a 2007 Honda accord coupe that fits 215/50-17. Doesn't seem like I get a deal here.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#63
Quote from Pandarion View Post :
I have a 2007 Honda accord coupe that fits 215/50-17. Doesn't seem like I get a deal here.
Same here - have 225/55 R17. Frown
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#64
Quote from KimberlyB4210 View Post :
Question.....I have a 2012 Subaru that takes 225/60 R17. Hubby isn't home to ask, so could someone help...can I just get the 215/60 R17 or is that a major no-no?
Thx!
With a Subaru plan on buying 5 tires. The spare tire must be the same size. Otherwise it will cause differential damage. That is why all new Subaru's have a full size spare as standard.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#65
Quote from Pandarion View Post :
I have a 2007 Honda accord coupe that fits 215/50-17. Doesn't seem like I get a deal here.
Quote from dohturdima View Post :
Same here - have 225/55 R17. Frown
You don't necessarily have to get the exact same size of tire as the OEM. With winter tires, it is common to "minus-size," or go to a smaller size of wheel. You'd have to buy a set of wheels as well as the tires, but the advantage is that once the tires are mounted on the wheels, you could swap your winter and summer tires on and off your car yourself.

The gotcha is that you have to be careful, as the wrong size of tire will throw your speedometer off. There are tire calculators on the web, such as the one here [miata.net], that will allow you to compare your current (OEM) tire to the new size. The goal is to be 1% or less off, and preferably less than 0.5% off.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#66
Quote from G37x View Post :
Only small sizes, what a bummer...nothing for my coupe
I know I found nothing that would fit my bentley. But then that's my Driver's problem. lol
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#67
Got 4 for $353 shipped. Thanks Op. Repped.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0

Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad.

#68
Not a snow tire guy, but thumbs up for an awesomely detailed post on a sweet deal. Well Done.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#69
The tires are from 2009. Is that an issue?
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#70
Quote from Topspin14m View Post :
That being said, they will help a lot in the snow.
Exactly why they call them snow tires...
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#71
ran these on the grand caravan this winter, turned it into a tank in the snow
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#72
All baby size tires. Shoot.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#73
Quote from 00dahc View Post :
All baby size tires. Shoot.
...and not even all of them.. Frown


Great deal for those who fit!! TU!!
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
#74
Quote from PSU1989 View Post :
The tires are from 2009. Is that an issue?
That's exactly why I didn't jump on this deal. Just Google "tire aging" or refer to some of the links earlier in this thread.

My current snow tires are still good for one more season, so I wouldn't be mounting my next set of snows until November 2014, at which point these X-Ice tires would be over 5 years old. And since I only use snow tires abouit 5 months and 5,000 miles a year, these tires would age out well before they would wear out.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0

Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad.

#75
I'd be on this if I had the storage space for this.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Page 5 of 8
3 4 5 6 7
Join the Conversation
Add a Comment
 
Slickdeals Price Tracker
Saving money just got easier.
Start Tracking Today
Copyright 1999 - 2015. Slickdeals, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Copyright / DMCA Notice  •  Privacy Policy  •  Terms of Service  •  Acceptable Use Policy (Rules)