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Slickery October 14, 2013 at 02:54 PM in Wheels & Tires
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Hi All -

I will be needing some fresh rubber for my 2 cars within few months. If you happen to see a tires deal on Black Friday then please share in this thread.

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Last Edited by slickwilla November 26, 2013 at 12:02 PM
http://s7.sears.com/is/content/Se...131118.pdf
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Sears Black Friday Tire Ad

Fine print from Sears BF Tire ad:

"Not combinable with other tire offers. Buy 2 tires save $40. Installation required. See store for details. +While Award Card quantities last. Valid on in-store purchases or online orders picked up in store. Not available on previous purchases or layaway transactions. Limit one Award Card per purchase. If merchandise is returned and Award Card is redeemed, any refund will be reduced pro rate if purchase falls below qualifying purchase amount. Some exclusions apply. Award Card valid on future purchases only. See store for details."

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#3
The $50-80 rebates on 4 tires for certain brands combined with whatever good prices at whatever retailer is about as good as you can get when you're paying for them to be mounted and balanced.

The only other better deal is buying online from some place like Tire Rack or Discount Tire when they have their own sales and rebates stacked on top of the manufacturers' rebates, but then you have to pay a shop to mount and balance the tires.

BF sure is a good day to buy tires though, the service departments are open but the staff generally is just standing around in the opening hours while everyone in a frenzy over electronics.
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I dont know but what kind of tires specifically type, rating, size, brand are you looking for.

Black Friday is good, but honestly some of the current rebates from DTD are pretty hefty. Unless BF deal is with mounting and etc for free I would just go ahead now. But again what are the tire specifics?
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I do as well 255/50/17
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Need a couple of P205/75R/15 tires.
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#7
here's my experience... tried to order from sears with all coupon codes and out the door price, took a print out to discount tires... they matched the price and offered rebate (existing promotion)... the rebate card arrived within 2 weeks.... try it... no one beats discount tire pricing
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Discount Tires usually holds a big sale at the end of October, offering a VISA cash card of $50 or so. Combine that with one of the Michelin/Goodyear/Cooper rebates also going on then and you will probably beat any BF price.
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#9
The Firestone deal last year BF was a dandy for me.

4 installed BF Goodrich Serenity Plus's for 450.00 out the door.
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#10
Costco will run their $70.00 off the purchase of four tires and $35.00 off the installation during the holidays for a limited time.

Road hazard warranty is free at Costco.
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#11
walmart used to run good deals but getting the right size some times difficult
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Quote from needpricedeals2 View Post :
I dont know but what kind of tires specifically type, rating, size, brand are you looking for.

Black Friday is good, but honestly some of the current rebates from DTD are pretty hefty. Unless BF deal is with mounting and etc for free I would just go ahead now. But again what are the tire specifics?
Need 215/55/17 & 245/45/18
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#13
American Tire Discount is your best bet. I got mines in Sears and I could of saved $75 bucks more if I would of chosen Discount saw the ad when it was to late.
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#14
Never buy tires from Sam's Club. They ruined all four of my stock alloy rims which came with my Mazda 3s and did not change two tire valve stems after paying $60 more for the tire install package which is required. The Dunlop Signature II 205/55r16 tires ($98.03x4) are harsh riding compared with the OEM Toyos. The tread design is terrible as they emit a loud hum from 35 mph and up. However they are very responsive. My claim went through their Walmart Insurance Claims Office and was closed as they could not determine that they caused the radial damage around each rim. I'll stop now because I'm just ranting and not contributing to the subject.
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#15
I have never seen a great BF deal on tires that I would actually want to put on my car. Places like walmart and sears only had low end tires on sale. Very rarely see performance all season tires like continentals or michelins on sale for BF. Call me crazy, but I don't think saving a few dollars is worth risking my safety.
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