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Costco Members: Set of 4 Michelin Tires w/ $0.01 Installation per Tire EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale is offering their members $70 off Any Set of 4 Michelin Tires + $0.01 Installation per Tire. Thanks tenderidol
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  1. Click here and enter your zip code to select your desired warehouse for installation
  2. Input the make & model of your vehicle
  3. Choose your set of 4 Michelin Tires and add to cart
  4. Proceed to checkout
  5. Total will now be discounted by $129.96 (discount includes $70 Tire Discount + $59.96 installation cost).
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Costco will not perform services on tires purchased by non-members. Refer to the forum thread for additional information & savings ideas. Offer is valid through 10/16/2017. ~ persian_mafia

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The $70 off + 1c installation Michelin deal is back again at Costco. Linky [costco.com]
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You need more frequent rotations and/or an alignment.
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I like Costco for most things but there are a few aspects of their tire-buying experience that most people fail to mention:
1) Of course tire buying is based on timing, but by checking around deals, I have ALWAYS been able to find equivalent or better (based on personal preference of course) tires for cheaper (sometimes much cheaper) through other sites and at other local tire establishments. This includes the price of getting the tires mounted and balanced (with lifetime rotations) at whatever your favorite establishment might be.
2) It is very difficult (at least at Costco's in my area) to get in for tire rotations without having to wait hours or get an appointment 5-7 days in advance. This isn't a deal breaker per se, but it can get annoying since I am only at Costco maybe once every 10 days or so. I have to get appointments at my local tire store for rotations too but they don't take as long and have more flexibility should you need to stop by one day for something.
3) While buying tires at one place and getting them installed at another may prevent you from getting tire hazard warranty, these hazard warranties (in my opinion) are overrated and rarely used. On two occasions, I had items puncture tires on the very edge of the tire surface and the sidewalk. In both cases, this was not covered under the hazard warranty and I had to buy a new tire anyway. Sure, they gave me a prorated price on the tire based on treadlife remaining, but I was forced to pay the current price of the tire, without any recourse, whereas shopping around, I could have done much better on price and not been forced. Also, if you get a flat that is repairable, almost absolutely any tire store in existence will fix it for maybe 10 dollars or even free, depending on the establishment. So buying tires with the hazard warranty is just not all it's cracked up to be. Sure, everyone has their own opinion, but for me, my wallet usually tells me the honest facts.

In summary, I'm not against Costco tires, but price and flexibility/timing of rotations makes it a tough cho Ge for me to do business with, even with these free installation promos. Lastly, getting hazard insurance on tires in not necessarily worth your money, since you are stuck getting the option they have at the time for the current price they have it for.
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You're correct, need to go all the way through. Shows up on the last page before placing an order. Discounts include $70 for Michelin promotion + $56 installation + taxes.

Subtotal (4 Items) $525.96
Shipping $0.00
Tax $44.50

Order Total $440.50
Total Discount on Order $129.96
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I was hoping for this to come back, had missed it last time and was regretting it.
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can i get this with a cash card (without membership?)
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is this valid only in stores?
I tried to add the tires online and still charging $56 fees.
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can i get this with a cash card (without membership?)
Maybe, but they are not gonna service (rotation, fix flats, road hazard) the tires down the road if you do not have a membership.

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is this valid only in stores?
I tried to add the tires online and still charging $56 fees.
Should be good online, might have to go through the check out process to see all the discounts applied, thats how it was for me when I bought tires online through them.
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Maybe, but they are not gonna service (rotation, fix flats, road hazard) the tires down the road if you do not have a membership.



Should be good online, might have to go through the check out process to see all the discounts applied, thats how it was for me when I bought tires online through them.
The membership is well worth. I had a flat tire on highway last weekend. I replaced with my spare tire and made my way back to costco to repair (I bought tires from them). They were able to fix my almost 2 yrs old tire free in less than 2 hrs.
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Maybe, but they are not gonna service (rotation, fix flats, road hazard) the tires down the road if you do not have a membership.



Should be good online, might have to go through the check out process to see all the discounts applied, thats how it was for me when I bought tires online through them.
You're correct, need to go all the way through. Shows up on the last page before placing an order. Discounts include $70 for Michelin promotion + $56 installation + taxes.

Subtotal (4 Items) $525.96
Shipping $0.00
Tax $44.50

Order Total $440.50
Total Discount on Order $129.96
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You're correct, need to go all the way through. Shows up on the last page before placing an order. Discounts include $70 for Michelin promotion + $56 installation + taxes.

Subtotal (4 Items) $525.96
Shipping $0.00
Tax $44.50

Order Total $440.50
Total Discount on Order $129.96
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My tires wear unevenly, I only need to replace 2 front tires now Frown
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Yes, you have to go all the way to the end during checkout to see all the discounts.

You can order online during the promo period and have them installed at a later time. For instance, I have an appointment on Monday for the set that I ordered during the last promo about a month ago. The scheduling is also done online, no need to call the store. You'll receive an email and/or a phone call when your tires are delivered to the store. I know people who postponed installation for 3 months without an issue. I guess it depends on the storage space and the policy of your local Costco.

Lastly, the $25 off $250 coupon unfortunately doesn't work on tires.
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My tires wear unevenly, I only need to replace 2 front tires now Frown
You need more frequent rotations and/or an alignment.
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Yes, I dropped the ball. I replaced all 4 tires from Costco last time but never had them rotated (I heard it's free at Costco). One of the tires had a flat a few months ago and I had it replaced at America's tire. I guess this invalid me from getting free tire rotation at Costco right?
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Would we be able to purchase 1+ sizing? I know Costco has been strict on OEM sizing only. Has anyone had success ordering plus size?

For example, 17" OEM and wanted to get 18" tires on "upgraded OEM rims" but the vehicle was not equipped with that. OEM sizing is staggered but wanted to run square set up.

Thanks all.

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Does anyone know approximately how often this deal comes around? My tires are getting close to needing replaced (5/64" tread depth left... so close...), so I could afford to wait for a while. But maybe not for another year.

Of course, I don't really have $700 kicking around at the moment so perhaps it's a moot point.
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