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2019 Spring Mail-In Tire Rebates

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2019 Spring Mail-In Tire Rebates

BFGoodrich
$70: Advantage™ T/A® Sport, Advantage™ T/A® Sport LT
$50: BFGoodrich® Passenger or Light Truck tires
March 20 – May 15, 2019

Bridgestone
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$125: Potenza RE71R, Potenza S04 PP
$100: Potenza RE050
$75: Dueler A/T Revo 3, Dueler H/L Alenza Plus, Dueler HP Sport, Dueler HP Sport AS,
Dueler H/T 685, Potenza RE980AS
$50: DriveGuard, Potenza RE97AS, Turanza QuietTrack
April 1 – May 12, 2019

Continental
Visa® Prepaid Card
$100: ExtremeContact™ Sport, SportContact™ 2, 3, 5, 5P, 6
$65: Continental® Passenger or Light Truck tires (excluding TrueContact™)
April 1 – May 31, 2019

Cooper
$100: Discoverer STT PRO™
$70: CS5 Touring™, Discoverer A/T3™ (4S, LT, XLT), Discoverer SRX™, Zeon RS3-G1™
$50: Discoverer A/TW™, Discoverer X/T4™
April 1 – May 31, 2019

Falken
Visa® Prepaid Card
$80: Azenis FK510, Wildpeak A/T3W
$60: Rubitrek A/T, Sincera SN250 A/S, Ziex CT60 A/S, Ziex ZE950
March 15 – May 31, 2019

Firestone
Visa® Prepaid Card
$100: Firehawk Indy 500®
$75: Destination M/T2
$50: Destination A/T, Destination LE2, Firehawk AS
$25: Champion Fuel Fighter
April 15 – May 26, 2019

General
Visa® Prepaid Card
$100: Grabber™ X3
$40: General Tire® Passenger or Light Truck tires (excluding Evertrek™ RTX & Grabber™ STX)
April 1 – May 31, 2019

Goodyear
Mastercard® Prepaid Card
$100: Assurance® WeatherReady®, Eagle® F1 Family
$80: Assurance® ComforTred® Touring
$60: Assurance® MaxLife™, Eagle® Sport A/S, Wrangler® AT Adventure With Kevlar®
$40: Assurance® Fuel Max®, Assurance® CS Fuel Max®, Assurance® A/S, Eagle® RS-A®,
Fierce Attitude™ M/T, Wrangler® TrailRunner AT™
March 1 – June 15, 2019

GT Radial
$40: Adventuro AT3, Adventuro AT-AW, Adventuro M/T, Champiro HPY, Champiro SX2,
Champiro Touring A/S, Champiro UHP AS, Champiro VP1, Maxtour, Maxtour All Season,
Maxtour LX, Savero HT2
March 15 – May 31, 2019

Hankook
$80: Dynapro AT2, Kinergy PT, Ventus S1 noble2
$50: Dynapro AT-m, Dynapro HP2, Dynapro HT, Dynapro MT, Kinergy 4S, Kinergy GT,
Kinergy ST, Ventus S1 evo2, Ventus V12 evo2, Ventus V2 Concept2
March 18 – May 31, 2019

Hercules
$50: Raptis R-T5, Roadtour 655 MRE, Terra Trac AT II, Terra Trac CH4, Terra Trac Cross-V,
Terra Trac M/T, Terra Trac T/G
April 15 – June 15, 2019

Kumho
$80: Ecsta PS31, Ecsta PS91
$60: Crugen HP71, Crugen HT51
$40: Road Venture AT51, Road Venture KL71, Solus HA31, Solus TA71
$30: Solus TA11
April 1 – June 30, 2019

Laufenn
Visa® Prepaid Card
$35: G FIT AS (LH41), S FIT AS (LH01), X FIT AT (LC01), X FIT HT (LD01)
March 18 – May 31, 2019

Michelin
$70: Michelin® Passenger or Light Truck tires
March 20 – May 15, 2019

Pirelli
$100 / $125 CAA*: P ZERO™ Family
$70 / $95 CAA*: SCORPION™ Family
$60 / $85 CAA*: CINTURATO™ Family
$45 / $70 CAA*: P6™/P4™ Four Seasons Family
* CAA Offer is not available in the Atlantic region (NB, NS, NL, PEI)
March 1 – May 15, 2019

Toyo
$70: Celsius, Celsius CUV, Extensa® HP II™, Open Country A/T II, Open Country C/T,
Open Country H/T & TD, Open Country Q/T, Open Country R/T, Proxes 4 & PLUS, Proxes R1R,
Proxes S/T III, Proxes Sports, Proxes Sport SUV, Versado ECO, Versado Noir
$50: Eclipse, Extensa® A/S, H09
March 16 – May 31, 2019

Uniroyal
$40: Uniroyal® Passenger or Light Truck tires
March 20 – May 15, 2019

Yokohama
$70: GEOLANDAR A/T G015™, GEOLANDAR G055™, GEOLANDAR H/T G056™,
GEOLANDAR X-MT G005, ADVAN Fleva V701, ADVAN Neova® AD08R, ADVAN Sport® A/S V405,
ADVAN Sport® V105, ADVAN Sport® V105 ZPS, AVID Ascend®, AVID ENVigor®
$50: AVID Touring-S®
March 15 – May 31, 2019


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Of course I order Falkens 2 days before this starts..

Sonuvabitch!
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Toronto, Ontario
Thanks OP.. Still debating PS4S or saving money with the Indy500s ugh.
dingus wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 6:07 pm
Of course I order Falkens 2 days before this starts..

Sonuvabitch!
First time buying tires? Most manufacturers do a rebate incentive at the same times of year as long as i can remember. Once for summers and once for winters.
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No, I just don't wait around wishing upon a star. Last year the Falken promo started April 1st and it didn't include AT3W.
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Ecsta wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 6:12 pm
Thanks OP.. Still debating PS4S or saving money with the Indy500s ugh.
I was looking at PSS/PS4S but now you've got me thinking about the Indy 500's now as well... April 15th is so far though...
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Ecsta wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 6:12 pm
Thanks OP.. Still debating PS4S or saving money with the Indy500s ugh.
I can't comment on the PS4S's but I bought the 500's last year. BIG bang for the buck imo. Well behaved, quiet, very good traction in the dry and good in the wet too.
People will believe what they want to believe whether fact or fiction.
'tis most frustrating when they aren't open to see and/or learn which is which.
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Ecsta wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 6:12 pm
Thanks OP.. Still debating PS4S or saving money with the Indy500s ugh.
Muhahaha, I had the same dilemma, but I solved it. I have PS4S on my car right now which have been nothing short of amazing. But they cost me a small fortune.

But I'm going down in size, and this time I want to get Indy 500. I heard good things about them. Hopefully, they'll be great too.
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Jun 8, 2005
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Charlottetown
Considering the 500s as well for my S3. Waiting until mid-April is kind of annoying, though.

What's the current go-to for online tires? Local selection is... lacking here in Charlottetown
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embrauer wrote:
Mar 17th, 2019 12:35 pm
Considering the 500s as well for my S3. Waiting until mid-April is kind of annoying, though.

What's the current go-to for online tires? Local selection is... lacking here in Charlottetown
All Canadian online shops are overpriced. Surprise surprise. But I find it depends on the brand and size. Find what you need, and compare prices on all of them. Even check Canadian Tire. Sometimes with the discounts it makes sense.
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I received this email from Parkway Honda in the GTA. They state that they will price match competitors and beat the lowest price by an additional $50.00. Great deal when you can still get a mail-in rebate for added savings.
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mawzi wrote:
Mar 17th, 2019 12:06 pm
Muhahaha, I had the same dilemma, but I solved it. I have PS4S on my car right now which have been nothing short of amazing. But they cost me a small fortune.

But I'm going down in size, and this time I want to get Indy 500. I heard good things about them. Hopefully, they'll be great too.
It's honestly very frustrating not being able to find a single negative review of the PS4S (other than people complain about the price). Indy500 i believe is great bang for the buck (even more so with a $100 rebate wow that's cheap if you aren't in a rush), but i feel like people have lower expectations because of the price. It's nearly half the price of the PS4S in the size i'm shopping for; i really doubt the PS4S are twice as good. I'm sure they'll be better, but the question is how much better.. Makes the decision tough.

Vacation coming up and SO needs a root canal.. that $500 would come in handy haha. Might be cheap and get the Indy500s. Anyone use both care to comment?
mawzi wrote:
Mar 17th, 2019 1:44 pm
All Canadian online shops are overpriced. Surprise surprise. But I find it depends on the brand and size. Find what you need, and compare prices on all of them. Even check Canadian Tire. Sometimes with the discounts it makes sense.
PMCtire is decently competitive (comparing pricing to Simply Tire) and they have free shipping. Problem is if you're just buying tires online you still have to pay to get them installed somewhere whereas when you buy tires in person install is usually included.
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How does one apply for a rebate? I don't see any rebates on Bridgestone site.

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