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Bridgestone @ Costco save $130 for a set of 4 tires from 8/7 to 8/18 2019

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Bridgestone @ Costco save $130 for a set of 4 tires from 8/7 to 8/18 2019

Save $70 for four tires plus $60 off installation.

https://tires.costco.com/?EMID=B2...M-Category

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How do these compare with Michelin and GoodYear?
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My Discount Tire store does not carry bridge stones so ymmv
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How do these compare with Michelin and GoodYear?
That's a very vague question. Go to Tirerack.com, select tires, then choose the category you're looking for such as all season, summer, etc. From there, it gives you a chart that lists the ranking of every tire they sell which is the majority of all major brands except for Nitto I believe. Make your choice from there.

If you're having trouble finding the chart, try a search for "Tirerack survey results" and it should take you right there.
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That's a very vague question. Go to Tirerack.com, select tires, then choose the category you're looking for such as all season, summer, etc. From there, it gives you a chart that lists the ranking of every tire they sell which is the majority of all major brands except for Nitto I believe. Make your choice from there.

If you're having trouble finding the chart, try a search for "Tirerack survey results" and it should take you right there.
Thx for this suggestion.. Bridgestone Turanza QuietTrack is onee such tire that doesnt have enough reviews but is on the excellent ratings. Its specs looks promising and is on sale too.. so any idea if it could be worth a shot.
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Bridgestone Turanza QuietTrack has been out of stock for a while at Costco. Each time they try to order it for me by calling Bridgestone, automated line tells them its out-of-stock. Don't know why they can't backorder it like TireRack.
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As far as price matching with Discount Tire:

I see that DT has an online form for price matching, but It doesn't look like there's a way to get the installation fees price matched.

Does this mean that I need to go in to the store in person to get the entire total price matched? Will they price match the install fees as well as the tire price?
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Anyone has first-hand comparison of Bridgestone Alenza Plus with Michelin Defender? Was holding for the Costco sale on the latter, but may need to replace the tires sooner ...
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As far as price matching with Discount Tire:

I see that DT has an online form for price matching, but It doesn't look like there's a way to get the installation fees price matched.

Does this mean that I need to go in to the store in person to get the entire total price matched? Will they price match the install fees as well as the tire price?
Did this with the last promo: go to the Costco tire website, go to the very end when all discounts have been applied and you have a total cost, then print it out and take it to America's Tires and they will match that amount. Took about 10 minutes, needed a manager override, but beats waiting at Costco.
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As far as price matching with Discount Tire:

I see that DT has an online form for price matching, but It doesn't look like there's a way to get the installation fees price matched.

Does this mean that I need to go in to the store in person to get the entire total price matched? Will they price match the install fees as well as the tire price?
Forgot to mention, I first tried the online price matching at America's Tire, that was a waste of time, they claim they will call you back but never received a call.
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A couple weeks ago I used this to price match in store at Discount Tire. I bought 2 sets of tires and they matched both (actually took $5 off each tire on one set) for tire price, $70 off 4, and essentially free installation (though they did add $11 tire disposal that should've been part of the install, whatever). Then I used the Discount Tire $70 mail in rebate and have been approved on both sets. Just be warned, every receipt I received had a different invoice number (deposit receipt, final paper receipt, and digital email receipt) and one rebate was initially rejected because I used the final paper invoice number rather than the email number. Just had to call the store and have them send the email receipt for that set then chat on the rebate site.
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Anyone has first-hand comparison of Bridgestone Alenza Plus with Michelin Defender? Was holding for the Costco sale on the latter, but may need to replace the tires sooner ...
Had same thought, but just went with the Alenzas today after price matching to a regional tire store. Technically still had some tread left at 3/32"+, but getting uncomfortable in the wet
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Did this with the last promo: go to the Costco tire website, go to the very end when all discounts have been applied and you have a total cost, then print it out and take it to America's Tires and they will match that amount. Took about 10 minutes, needed a manager override, but beats waiting at Costco.
Confused I got tires from Costco last month and I made an appointment online. Dropped off the car at the appointment time and it was done in 30 minutes. Didn't even make it around the store after eating a sausage sandwich.
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My only beef is that they don't have any snow tires right now. Wish I could change out my 2nd set of wheels.
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How do these compare with Michelin and GoodYear?
Only tires I've had a blow on were good years (two separate vehicles that came with Goodyear from the factory) and I've had to replace Michelins with plenty of tread on a pickup because they were dry rotting. Had a couple of Bridgestone tire sets over the years and had nothing but good to say about them (especially the treadwear). But you really have to compare them tire by tire though and not brands.
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