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Free Tire Installation @ Sam's Club - May 13 Only + Other Tire Deals

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On May 13 Sam's Club is having a One Day Only sale.
  • Purchase 4 passenger or light truck tires and get free tire installation (select brands, not specified in ad) - $60 savings
  • Save $80 instantly on the purchase of 4 new Pirelli or Goodyear passenger or light truck tires (valid until December 31, 2017)

The only place I could find it mentioned was the ad at http://catalog.samsclub.com/summe...1&lang=enu
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can anyone tell me which tires are better good year or pirelli for passenger car?
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can anyone tell me which tires are better good year or pirelli for passenger car?
It depends on the tire model and size. Tire ratings are all over the place.

But tires from big brands are generally good.
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i never changed tires from Sam's Club so i have a question.. so basically do i order tire from sams'club website as order pickup option and then go to local sam's club on 13th to get tire changed? or just walked into the Sams club on 13th and get a change. i'm kinda concern if i just walk in on 13th and tires those i want not in the stock.
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I have the same concern. Does anyone have experience?

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i never changed tires from Sam's Club so i have a question.. so basically do i order tire from sams'club website as order pickup option and then go to local sam's club on 13th to get tire changed? or just walked into the Sams club on 13th and get a change. i'm kinda concern if i just walk in on 13th and tires those i want not in the stock.
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I have the same concern. Does anyone have experience?
you just have to pay for them on the 13th. you can install at a later date.
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Thanks. The set of tires I'm looking for shows out of stock online. Can I still order and pay on 13th? Even if there are out of stock in store?

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you just have to pay for them on the 13th. you can install at a later date.
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can anyone tell me which tires are better good year or pirelli for passenger car?
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It depends on the tire model and size. Tire ratings are all over the place.
+1. It also depends on the answer to the question: Better for what? The Pirelli P4s are very highly regarded for handling, but like most Pirellis they tend to wear down to 2/32nds long before their rated mileage. The Goodyear Assurance ComforTred is great on dry ground and wears well, but sucks in the rain in my experience. Michelins tend to be one of the longest lasting tires due to their harder rubber compound (generally across models), but as such don't usually grip as well as softer tires. This tends to be less noticeable when talking about Michelin truck tires though as the heavier vehicles are less likely to slip in the first place. There is, unfortunately, no such thing as the best tire for all vehicles in all situations.
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+1. It also depends on the answer to the question: Better for what? The Pirelli P4s are very highly regarded for handling, but like most Pirellis they tend to wear down to 2/32nds long before their rated mileage. The Goodyear Assurance ComforTred is great on dry ground and wears well, but sucks in the rain in my experience. Michelins tend to be one of the longest lasting tires due to their harder rubber compound (generally across models), but as such don't usually grip as well as softer tires. This tends to be less noticeable when talking about Michelin truck tires though as the heavier vehicles are less likely to slip in the first place. There is, unfortunately, no such thing as the best tire for all vehicles in all situations.
Thank for your reply. i need tires for 1 year after that i am planning to sell the car. so i think pirelli P4 is the best option in my case.
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i never changed tires from Sam's Club so i have a question.. so basically do i order tire from sams'club website as order pickup option and then go to local sam's club on 13th to get tire changed? or just walked into the Sams club on 13th and get a change. i'm kinda concern if i just walk in on 13th and tires those i want not in the stock.
You can either order online and they can change them in-store or you can just walk-in. I just had tires replaced last month (bought the Pirelli P4s) and they showed out of stock online but they had a bunch in-store.

I was in and out in about 45 minutes, but I am sure with free install there will be a line
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