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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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I saw this deal and was going to get winter tires, bizzarks. I didn't realize they were selective on his deal. Sucks
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I saw this deal and was going to get winter tires, bizzarks. I didn't realize they were selective on his deal. Sucks
I PMed DTD to BJs and they gave me a set of four blizzak WS90s for about $103 a piece (215/60r16). The price will vary based on the size you pick, but you might be able to just outright get them to get you a lower price on them.

Not related to this rebate, but I have regretted buying them since this has been an exceptionally warm winter here in NY. I should have gotten Nokian WRG4 or some other winter-centric all-weather tire.
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Not that good of price on all the tires I looked at. Waste of time

There's really only 3 tires that are a good deal, the 3 that get 2 rebates each plus qualify for the $80 off. If you're not looking at one of those 3 Goodyear models or you're not in need of something right now, I'd wait for Memorial day. I'm sure all the tire locations will have big memorial day sales soon, they tend to. I bought here because I'm in need, and one of the 3 with a good promo happen to be what I needed.
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To everyone who thinks that having a flat repaired at more than an inch from the outside of the tire, they can't legally repair it. It weakens the sidewalk too much and is a liability risk as well as a safety hazard. If you have ever watched or repaired a tire, you have to make the hole bigger in order to oull the plug through it and stick it to the surface. Can it be done? Yes, but it's all about tire safety.
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Man, I don't know what to say about DT. I bought some Kumhos last year in February. They're rated for 75k miles. I've put 25k on them already. DT told me I needed new tires when I went in for my 5k rotation last week.

When I told them I had bought them there, they said according to their PC, it didn't show mileage warranty. He showed me it stated "00000" mile warranty. Then I showed him that their(DT) website referenced 75k warranty and he was able to quote me a new tire price. So, I guess make sure your paperwork shows the correct warranty.

I always assumed that since it didn't last the rated mileage, it'd be a free replacement. Boy, was I wrong. They said they'd give me credit towards some new ones. So, in this case it was $58 for each tire. We looked at some continental tires that were about a $110 each. With my credit and regular Install, it was going to be $397 before taxes. So, more than the $384 I paid for my original, which means you'll still be paying an extra $200 no matter what for installation.

Moral of the story is...don't look at mileage as a basis for paying more for your tires. Those numbers mean nada. Just assume you'll be replacing them yearly or bi-yearly and go based on that. For me it was the Kumhos that didn't last its rated mileage. For others, it's been Continental. Point is, they're all the same in that regards. I do like my tires. I feel they have great grip in the rain. But I only have the previous ones to compare them to and those were pretty worn out. Never really felt in control then.

That stated, I'm not going to spend money on some unbranded tires. I feel that's one thing you can't skimp on. Safety first.
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BJs price matches?
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Is America's Tire the same company? Does anyone know if they run promotions at the same time as Discount Tire?
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I was buying tires from DT this week anyway. They knocked $80 off of mine no questions asked even though the specific size wasn't discounted on the site. The tires are normally ~$300 each though so $20 off each isn't a big deal.
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Any deals on 205/65/16 or 215/55/17" wheels? Looking to switch from steel to alloy.
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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.
DT will price match Costco out the door price and you still get whatever rebates on top of that. I Do this all the time.
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Price for new Goodyear all-seasons for my Maxima (245/40R19) are on par with Tire Rack if you factor in the added 3 year warranty.

Decent deal if you have a particular set in mind.
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I love DT. Good company,

I will never buy tires from Sam's Club, Walmart, etc again. They are not in the business of tyres!
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I just bought tires from them. If you price match with discounted wheel warehouse or some other online retailer, that might be better than the instant $80 off. For me, I got the GoodYear Maxlife tires for $91.23 per tire compared to the $114 online price. $80/4 = $20 per tire means I saved $94 - $91.23 = $2.77 per tire. Or, about $11.00 for the set. The price match must also include shipping costs for the retailer, just FYI.

I returned the Costco deal for this instead. With the $50 Goodyear Promotion rebate, I saved like $60 from the Costco $150 off per set promo.

As an aside, Costco only does free tire rotations / balancing for 5 years unless you're still a member. For America's Tire, you get lifetime free rotations / balancing for the life of the tire. Could be 5 years to 10. They will do it. Costco's won't. I know because they wouldn't do mine after 5 years.
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Thought this said "Tiger Direct" for a moment and was very confused.
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Good deal on 235/70R16? Not trying to spend alot. Who would I price match. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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