Deal DetailsPromoted 06-20-2013 at 03:00 AM View Original Post
Note, refer to forum thread for additional information
- $100 Visa Prepaid Card on Select Sets of 4 Tires or 4 Wheels purchase. Online/Redemption forms located here.
- $75 Visa Prepaid Card on Select Sets of 4 Tires purchase. Online/Redemption forms located here.
- Discount Tire Direct $100 Visa Prepaid Card offer is valid only for BFGoodrich, Continental, Dunlop, Goodyear, or Pirelli tire brands (Excludes ATV, Trailer Tires); All Wheels excluding Unique.
- Discount Tire Direct's $75 Visa Prepaid Card offer is valid only for Bridgestone, Cooper, Falken, Fierce, General, Hankook, Kumho, Nitto, Vogue, or Yokohama tires brands (Excludes ATV & Trailer Tires)
4th of July Tire and Wheel Sale!
June 20th through June 24th, 2013, get up to $340 in total rebates on select tire and wheel purchases!
$100 Visa® Prepaid Card
• Any 4 BFGoodrich, Continental, Dunlop, Goodyear, or Pirelli tires (excludes ATV and Trailer tires)
•Any 4 Wheels (excludes Unique)
$75 Visa® Prepaid Card
• Any 4 Bridgestone, Cooper, Falken, Fierce, General, Hankook, Kumho, Nitto, Vogue, or Yokohama tires (excludes ATV and Trailer tires)
$20 Visa® Prepaid Card
• Any 4 Geostar, Geo-Trac, GT Radial, Milestar, Nankang, or Westlake tires (excludes ATV and Trailer tires)
Use Your CarCareONE Card
Get an additional $30 on 4 tires and $30 on 4 wheels when using your Discount Tire CarCareONE card!
CarCareOne app. start page
Combine with our manufacturer offers for maximum savings!
Khumo $50 -
- Ecsta 4X
- Ecsta LX Platinum
- Ecsta LE Sport
- Solus KH16
Hankook up to $80
- Ventus V12 Evo K110 - $80
- DynaPro HT RH12 - $50
- Optimo H727 - $50
Cooper up to $80
- Discoverer CTS - $80
- Zeon RS3-S - $80
- Zeon RS3-A - $70
- CS4 Touring - $60
- Discoverer H/T - $60
- Discoverer HTP - $60
Perelli up tp $80
- P Zero Corsa System
- P Zero
- P Zero Rosso
- P Zero System
- P Zero Silver
- P Zero Nero
- P Zero Nero M+S
- P Zero Nero All Season
- Scorpion Verde All Season
- Scorpion Verde
- Scorpion Zero Asimmetrico
- Scorpion Zero
- Scorpion ATR
- Scorpion STR
- Cinturato P7 All Season Plus
- Cinturato P7 All Season
- Cinturato P7
- Ziex ZE914 Ecorun
- Sincera SN211
Goodyer/Dunlop up to $80
- Assurance ComforTred Touring
- Assurance TripleTred All Season
- AssuranceCS TripleTred All Season
- Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2
- Eagle F1 Asymmetric All Season
- Eagle F1 Supercar Family
- All other Eagle F1 Family
- Eagle ROF/EMT
- Wrangler MT/R Kevlar
- Wrangler SilentArmor
- SP Sport Maxx Family
- Eagle GT
- Eagle Sport All Season
- Wrangler DuraTrac
- Assurance FuelMax
- AssuranceCS FuelMax
- Wrangler ArmorTrac
- Wrangler SR-A
- Direzza DZ101
- Rover H/T
- SP Sport Family
- SP Sport Signature
- AVID Ascend
- AVID ENVigor
- AVID ENVigor ZPS
Michelin $70 - Exp. 6/22 - This is a DTD rebate - "cannot be combined with other offers". Note that $100/$75 DTD rebate does not list Michelin as an eligible brand so no double dip rebates possible.
YMMV - Take screen shots if both DTD rebates are showing for you on the 20th!
Link to the last (Memorial Day sale thread.
If you are posting to ask for tire suggestions "what should I buy?"
If you post your:
- vehicle make / model / year, if it was sold as 2WD or AWD / 4WD which is yours?
- tire size
- miles drive a year
- conditions (weather)/road type(s) you drive in/on
- type of driver you (or the main driver of the vehicle) are
- expectations - want comfortable ride / stick like glue / last a really long time etc.
Also check out reviews on line - TireRack often has a lot of reviews for a variety of models so there are enough reviews (sample size) that you can get a decent idea of what people think of a particular tire in a variety of use conditions.
Cooper CS4 Touring DTD/DT ($75) - Edit sorry my previous post was in err. - B Ws
Also Stacks with the $60 Cooper MIR though for a bonus!
1. They match online prices in store. Can I buy and install the tires at a local store tomorrow and avail all these rebates?
Don't forget, Tires do have an expiration date. Look at the tire, there will be a code on it. You can check the date of manufacture using that code. Generally new tires should not be more than 3-5 years old when installed. http://www.aa1car.com/library/tire_expire.htm will explain how the tire codes work.
but generally its the last 4 numbers in the code. 0806 would be august 2006 (actually, the 0806 means the 8th week of 2006 which would be around the end of February). Remember, you'll be driving on that for about 5years. and if its been sitting out for a while, the rubber can dry out and become brittle.
I go to TireRack.com and read the reviews for users that have purchased tires for the same vehicles and read their reviews. Do you own homework - that will be more productive than posting here.
For folks wondering where to have their tires mounted and balanced, TireRack has a link that lists local installers with prices. However, these prices are reserved for TireRack customers, but their customers also do carry-in their orders too. Just enter your zip. Road-Force Balancing on the Hunter machine is the golden standard: http://www.tirerack.co
Tire Services available at Wal-Mart as well. Seems to be one of the cheaper (price wise) places to get it done for tires bought NOT from Wal-Mart:
$5 per tire to mount.
$8 per tire for lifetime balance and rotations.
Total: $13 per tire.
Risk: Done by techs at Wal-Mart.
Also, make sure that wheels are re-installed to the car with the proper torque! If you can see them work, it's basically a socket wrench that has some kind of measurement device on it, most likely digital in a tire shop. DON'T let them use their impact wrenches to install your wheels as it will put too much pressure on the hub and warp your rotors. They rotors heat up and cool down from doing their thing, and the over-pressured lug nuts will warp them!