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Sears Tires $100 back in points + SYW Coupons + Additional $70 off Michelin Tires

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Last Edited by BostonGirl February 26, 2016 at 11:47 AM
Sears [sears.com]is offering a number of tire deals:
  1. $170 off 4 Michelin Tires ($100 of which is SYW Rewards)
  2. $100 SYW rewards of Automotive purchase of $399 or more

This is just like the previous deal - so props to UVAPalmer

I combined the above deals with other SYW coupons (YMMV) I found on the SYW site:
  • $35 off $200 Automotive Purchase
  • $5 off $50 at Sears
  • $10 Points on $50 Purchase

I bought 4 Continental CrossContact LX20 [sears.com] tires for a total of $518. YMMV.

The tires are normally $179.99 each, but are on sale for $162.10
My first order was for 3 tires (I did not select installation):

First order
$162.10 * 3 - $35 (SYWR coupon) + $4.50 Environmental Fee = $455.80
(I don't know if you could use the $10 Points on $50 Purchase here or not ... I used it on the second order}

Wait until your SYWR points show up (mine was about an hour)

Second order (last tire):
$162.10 - $5 (SYRW coupon) - $104 SYWR points (from first transaction) + $4.50 Environmental Fee = = $62.60 (+$10 bonus SYW points for future).

I ended up saving $200 over the regular price of the tires ($518.40 vs $719.96, including env. fees)
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Beware that Sears is not an authorized Michelin dealer for warranty service.

Yes - I learned the hard way when a brand new Michelin tire had road accident during travel and I needed urgent replacement and Sears manager said they will cover it and after going to store demanded $200 while I expected it for free. The manager kept going in circles without explaining why. Called the dealer who fit my tire and he said Sears is not an authorized dealer and thats why they cannot honor the accident warranty except at another sears and only if you buy additional Sears warranty. The sears manager refused to acknowledge that clearly. Went to nearest discount tire and got the tire replaced for a small fee of $30 !

Can confirm Michelin Rebate worked during the last deal with tires split over two orders.
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#3
Dude, not bad, but I could have gotten my cost down to the mid 400s.
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#4
Does the $170 off work if you buy in two separate orders?
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#5
So the Michelin Premiere A/S is $730-$170-$70=$490 plus tax?

EDIT: $730-$170=$560.
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Quote from drummerboy2006 View Post :
Dude, not bad, but I could have gotten my cost down to the mid 400s.

For Michelin? If so, how?
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#7
Good deal, did the similar one a few months ago. Saved $200 compared to Discount tire and tires were fresh and US made. Install was painless too, balance was right the first time.
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YMMV. They don't have my Michelin size 265-70-17
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Beware that Sears is not an authorized Michelin dealer for warranty service.

Yes - I learned the hard way when a brand new Michelin tire had road accident during travel and I needed urgent replacement and Sears manager said they will cover it and after going to store demanded $200 while I expected it for free. The manager kept going in circles without explaining why. Called the dealer who fit my tire and he said Sears is not an authorized dealer and thats why they cannot honor the accident warranty except at another sears and only if you buy additional Sears warranty. The sears manager refused to acknowledge that clearly. Went to nearest discount tire and got the tire replaced for a small fee of $30 !

Also sears may be closing stores - so makes it a buyer beware deal.
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#10
Pretty good deal on the Hankook Ventus V12 Evo2 I've been eying - $410 plus tax for four tires installed 205/55/16 but then I have to use $125 in points with Sears.. I hate that part.
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Last edited by crimedog February 12, 2016 at 01:45 PM
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The last deal like this tempted me into buying Michelins, but once again I find them very overrated. We just had a snowstorm and they were pretty mediocre despite great snow ratings for an all season (Premier A/S).

Luckily at $530 they were still a good deal.
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Quote from VarmintCong View Post :
The last deal like this tempted me into buying Michelins, but once again I find them very overrated. We just had a snowstorm and they were pretty mediocre despite great snow ratings for an all season (Premier A/S).

Luckily at $530 they were still a good deal.
Any all season won't be that great in a snow storm. They are more for light snow and even then you need to be careful.

For the safest, you need snow tires.
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Quote from alxshanti View Post :
For Michelin? If so, how?
Heck, set of 4 Michelin tires for my 2004 Honda Civic with 8% tax,

452*1.08-170=318

so him mouthing off with no basis = him mouthing off
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Last edited by Weekendballguy February 12, 2016 at 04:46 PM
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Quote from dsnotgood View Post :
Any all season won't be that great in a snow storm. They are more for light snow and even then you need to be careful.

For the safest, you need snow tires.
Yes, there is a HUGE difference between a good snow tire (Blizzak, Michelin Ice, etc) and an all season tire. I live in Buffalo NY, and I'd never dare try to go through the winter with all season tires.
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Quote from dsnotgood View Post :
Any all season won't be that great in a snow storm. They are more for light snow and even then you need to be careful.

For the safest, you need snow tires.
We had Nokian WR all seasons previously, those were better in snow, but almost double the cost. I was hoping for similar performance since the Premier A/S gets such good reviews, but no such luck.
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