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Discount Tire Direct is offering $80 Off a Set of 4 Select Tires or Wheels (discount applied in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks CorNut

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$80 off select sets of tires, it's live Jan 13th-14th. If you're in the market, here's a list so you can see what promos combine in case they work for your vehicle

https://www.discounttiredirect.co...flash-sale


The Goodyear tires in bold qualify for the flash sale plus both current Goodyear rebates

Goodyear $50 rebate on any set:
https://www.discounttiredirect.co...res-rebate

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Goodyear has an additional $25/50/75 rebate for qualifying sets:
https://www.discounttiredirect.co...year-tires

>$75-Assurance WeatherReady, Eagle Exhilarate, Wrangler AT Adv. w/Kevlar

>$50-Wrangler DuraTrac, Assurance ComforTred Touring, Assurance MaxLife, Wrangler Fortitude HT (excl. C-Type)

>$25-Assurance All-Season, Ultra Grip Ice/WRT/LT, WinterCommand/LT, Wrangler TrailRunner AT, Eagle Sport All-Season (excl. ROF+SCT)

Bridgestone doesn't have any qualifying tires for the flash sale but they do have a $70 rebate (excludes Blizzak):
https://www.discounttiredirect.co...res-rebate

Also, you can receive an additional $20 or $40 rebate if using/applying for a Discount Tire credit card:
https://www.discounttiredirect.co...redit-card
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It's live, I went ahead and bought the DuraTrac's for my truck. It appears the DT site doesn't have the automatic $80 off so I purchased from DTD. Besides, that mister rebate guy gives another 4% which I won't get if I call for a price match. The price to my door after cash back and rebates is $671 for a set of 256/65-18's ($823.96 after $80 off, -$50 rebate, another -$50 rebate, then a -$20 rebate and 4% cash back on $823.96). I'll still have to pay (I think) $86 to have them installed. This is my first time buying tires for my truck (Silverado 1500), ouch...

I got a flat that's not repairable and my other factory tires are close to needing replaced anyway. This is the best deal I can find right now so I'm sharing in case anybody else can't make it to the memorial day sales.
Pay the extra money for the certificates so that if you have a blowout or an unrepairable tire they will send you a new one. Well worth it
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Is there anyway to search for tires I need with the promotion as I was bit able to see a way to do so
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Whats a good deal for a 215/55/17 ?
Similar question but I need 215/50R17 or 205/50R17 (both fit my vehicle, but I prefer the bigger tires for a smoother ride). I just want the cheapest possible. My mazda5 shreads the inner edge of tires anyway. I'm thinking Walmart is the best deal right now, correct?
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How much is the installation at Discount tires physical stores when we order from DTD?
$86 for install & disposal for me
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Pay the extra money for the certificates so that if you have a blowout or an unrepairable tire they will send you a new one. Well worth it
Kindly clarify what you mean by certificates.

Edit: I found about the certificates. Apologies.
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For clarification (having only used DT once, and DTD never)... this has nothing to do with in-store prices (like, walking into a B&M DT store), right?

I need to throw a couple cheapo tires on a beater car I'm having towed to a mechanic tomorrow, so I was just gonna throw a couple $50 Walmart tires on there, pretty much solely for the trip (and then to use as full-size spares for whatever life they have left in 'em afterward).
They will match in store because they don't want to lose the sale. I have never had an experience where they wouldn't match either site. The markups are significant and they would rather make the sale and get a lower commission than lose the sale to someone else. Even if it's their own wholesaler.
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Pay the extra money for the certificates so that if you have a blowout or an unrepairable tire they will send you a new one. Well worth it
My experience recently is that literally nothing is repairable according to discount tire anymore. It's pretty sad, really. They are basically forcing you into buying the certs. If you have a nail or screw puncture that is not in the literal dead center of your tire, they'll claim it can't be repaired.

This wasn't the case just a few years ago, but things have changed. Even these sales used to be better.
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The duratracs are great tires. 15000 miles on mine and they really have some bite.
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My experience recently is that literally nothing is repairable according to discount tire anymore. It's pretty sad, really. They are basically forcing you into buying the certs. If you have a nail or screw puncture that is not in the literal dead center of your tire, they'll claim it can't be repaired.

This wasn't the case just a few years ago, but things have changed. Even these sales used to be better.
Goodyear does free flat repair. From the two times I have used it, it's an honest and reliable offering, at least at my local store (commack, NY). You could have bought tires from anywhere.

I had a good overall experience with DTD although I only bought one set of tires/wheels through them... They price matched BJs without hesitation, replaced some cracked hub rings for free (damaged during shipment) and also paid off the labor to have a local operation move some badly-placed balancing weights.

It's very difficult to beat costco's random sales where they have free installation and the tire rebate is instant... Since you also get free flat repair/road hazard/rotation. However, their third party wheel selection isn't that great and they have some horribly long lines. So I go there for my 3-season tire, and bought winter tires/wheels from DTD...
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I'm looking for some dedicated ice/winter/snow (not all-season) tires on the list and not seeing any. Does anybody else see winter tires?
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Pay the extra money for the certificates so that if you have a blowout or an unrepairable tire they will send you a new one. Well worth it
My order's already processed but I'll ask about adding that at the Discount Tire that's doing installation. I know the 2 companies are different but I'm hoping. I'm also hoping they'll exchange my tires for a different size, if they do that for me I'll buy their warranty which hopefully looks good for them so they'll be willing to do it.
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I see Continental tires are included in this deal. I had to buy a new set of tires 3 months ago. I finally learned my lesson, look for Continental ties first before even considering another brand. I should have realized this on my prior vehicle!
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My order's already processed but I'll ask about adding that at the Discount Tire that's doing installation. I know the 2 companies are different but I'm hoping. I'm also hoping they'll exchange my tires for a different size, if they do that for me I'll buy their warranty which hopefully looks good for them so they'll be willing to do it.
Oh, they will sell you the certs in a second. That's how they make their money. Promise you they will have no problem adding it on.
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Goodyear does free flat repair. From the two times I have used it, it's an honest and reliable offering, at least at my local store (commack, NY). You could have bought tires from anywhere.

I had a good overall experience with DTD although I only bought one set of tires/wheels through them... They price matched BJs without hesitation, replaced some cracked hub rings for free (damaged during shipment) and also paid off the labor to have a local operation move some badly-placed balancing weights.

It's very difficult to beat costco's random sales where they have free installation and the tire rebate is instant... Since you also get free flat repair/road hazard/rotation. However, their third party wheel selection isn't that great and they have some horribly long lines. So I go there for my 3-season tire, and bought winter tires/wheels from DTD...
DTD used to have killer deals as long as you had their card. I would use the card to purchase then pay off, normally you could stack 2 price reductions from discount as well as a manufacturer rebate. Those days are just gone. Not to mention the last 2 times I picked up a screw or nail, they said the tire was not repairable. Both times the tire was fairly new but they don't even try to repair anything that is punctured more than 1 inch from the shoulder. On a 2 door commuter like mine with smallish tires, that is basically the whole tire.

I wholeheartedly agree that costco is the way to go now, they have much better deals as long as you aren't in dire need of a replacement. If you can wait, they have high quality tires and they have good specials on them.
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