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Buy 2 Tires, Get 2 "FREE" w/Purchase of Installation Package - ENDS 11/30 - YMMV

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The deal isn't as great as it sounds on the surface, but it's still pretty solid. I need tires ASAP and this is one of the best I've found recently.

The catch is that you have to pay some pretty hefty mounting/installation fees AND alignment fees AND tire pressure monitoring fees AND road hazard warranty fees AND lifetime balance fees AND tire disposal fees AND state tire fees AND shop fees AND sales tax
There also don't appear to be many tires to choose from, only 3 results in my tire size. Here's an example of what I've put an order in for....

Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max in size 215/55R17
Comparison price on DiscountTireDirect shipped to my area is $602 for a set of 4, not including installation.
My out-the-door price at NTB on this deal is going to be $576, plus a $40 mail-in rebate on this particular model, plus they double the rebate to $80 if you use their store credit card, plus you can get 6 months no-interest.

Here's where the YMMV comes in. In addition to the limited selection, the rep at the local store told me that since the promo ends tomorrow 11/30 that I would need to let them know today 11/29 so they could get the tires in. So I'm not sure if you'll be able to take advantage of this deal on 11/30.

https://www.ntb.com/savings-coupo...get-2-free
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Created 11-29-2017 at 08:27 PM by mobius8
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Spend the extra and get a better tire, good year assurances are AWFUL Had the same size assurances on my 2013 Honda Accord from factory, and there's definitely a reason they don't sell Accords with them anymore.
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I typically buy Michelin. The Michelin set I was considering, Premier A/S, was going to be about $200 more for the set.
I know this set won't be as good, but works better for my budget at the moment. The tires that came on my used Volt are in pretty bad shape, so hopefully these will still feel like an upgrade even though they aren't top of the line.
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I typically buy Michelin. The Michelin set I was considering, Premier A/S, was going to be about $200 more for the set.
I know this set won't be as good, but works better for my budget at the moment. The tires that came on my used Volt are in pretty bad shape, so hopefully these will still feel like an upgrade even though they aren't top of the line.
I replaced my stock with Michelin Premier. Best rain tire money can buy, but dropped my gas mileage 4-5mpg on hwy.
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I typically buy Michelin. The Michelin set I was considering, Premier A/S, was going to be about $200 more for the set.
I know this set won't be as good, but works better for my budget at the moment. The tires that came on my used Volt are in pretty bad shape, so hopefully these will still feel like an upgrade even though they aren't top of the line.
Did you know Michelin a long time ago bought the patent to a rubber compound that doesn't decay for 20 years and locked it away in their vault.
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Did you know Michelin a long time ago bought the patent to a rubber compound that doesn't decay for 20 years and locked it away in their vault.
That sheeeeet don't surprise me one bit
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Did you know Michelin a long time ago bought the patent to a rubber compound that doesn't decay for 20 years and locked it away in their vault.
Sounds about right, great tires.
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Any idea how or if discount tire will match this?
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Got them put on today. I'm pretty happy so far. The guys at NTB were nice and made the transaction simple. The Goodyear tires are worlds better that the worn out junk I had on there.
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