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Save $70 instant savings on set of (4) Michelin Tires + $60 savings with Costco Anywhere Visa Card

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Costco [costco.com] is offering $70 instant savings on a set of (4) Michelin Tires with additional $60 savings when you buy with Costco Anywhere Visa Card by mail. Total $130 off set of (4) Michelin Tires. Offer valid thru June 16th.

Disclaimer from Costco Website:
* Not all makes and models and sizes available. Not available at Brooklyn, Manhattan, or Rego Park NY., locations. Wheels not included. See tire center for details. ** Total instant savings in locations only. At Costco.com, $70 instant savings at checkout plus a $60 Costco Cash Card by mail when you pay with your Costco Anywhere Visa Card.



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I assume that installation isn't a penny with this deal like the previous one?
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Is this a SD or not? I'm heading back to FL from NJ and I've been told I pretty much need to replace my tires when I get back.
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I would say the 1c installation deal is better than this one when combined with $70 instant saving.
If you don't mind waiting for 4 to 6 weeks for cash card, this one isn't bad because you save the same amount of money.
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1c installation would be better because your subtotal for tax calculation might be lower. I did not compare the numbers to be sure of that though. That said, if you need new tires now, the potential saving on tax is not that significant and you should not wait for the 1c installation deal to come up again. Costco cash card is as good as cash since you shop at Costco anyway.

I read that some people choose to price match at discount tire direct during Costco promos to double dip if there's also rebates available through discount tire direct and the manufacturer. But there is no current Michelin rebate being offered at discount tire direct (other than the $50 rebate for opening their credit card, which might not be worthy of a credit hit).
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1c installation would be better because your subtotal for tax calculation might be lower. I did not compare the numbers to be sure of that though. That said, if you need new tires now, the potential saving on tax is not that significant and you should not wait for the 1c installation deal to come up again. Costco cash card is as good as cash since you shop at Costco anyway.

I read that some people choose to price match at discount tire direct during Costco promos to double dip if there's also rebates available through discount tire direct and the manufacturer. But there is no current Michelin rebate being offered at discount tire direct (other than the $50 rebate for opening their credit card, which might not be worthy of a credit hit).
I think they are running a 10% rebate right now. I need a new set of tires for my Pilot and looking at the micheln defender ltx m/s. I am wondering if They will price match Sams club promo and get the 10% rebate.

https://www.discounttiredirect.co...morial-day
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So I love Costco and ordered some tires. Never used Costco before for tires. Also love Discount Tire Company.

So... anything I'll miss by using Costco instead of Discount Tire Company?

I would have considered Discount Tire Company because they had a $50 rebate and $70 rebate on the tires... but they were mail-in rebates and I hate wasting my time on those. Costco was an instant rebate and then an automatic cash card... so much easier.
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Serious question, I don't have my costco membership anymore, but on past vehicles when I would look they would have comparable pricing but nothing mind blowing.

On my lowly Prius C, which isn't some hard car to get tires on, they only have 1 type in stock of the recommended LRR that should go on it (and it's of course a pretty expensive one).

Why do you all praise it and others I talk to? I've never been able to replicate a deal that blows anyone away and I used to buy high performance tires so I'm not shy of $$$ tires - they just seem to have limited supply always and their install pricing is average.
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how much is installation with this deal?
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how much is installation with this deal?
$15/tire.

It all comes out roughly the same as their $.01 install deals, because those are usually $70 off the tires plus $.01 install ($60 value), whereas this is $70 off the tires plus a $60 Costco Cash Card.

Maybe you pay more in taxes on this since the total is higher at the time of initial purchase, but if you needs tires right now (I do) this is a good deal.
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