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[Certified Service] EXTENDED - Instant $150 Off New Tires with Scotiabank GM Visa Card

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EXTENDED - Instant $150 Off New Tires with Scotiabank GM Visa Card

Deal Link:
Savings:
$150 Off
Expiry:
December 31, 2018
Retailer:
Certified Service
Deal EXTENDED to December 31

New and Existing Scotiabank GM Visa card holders can get $150 off a set of new tires at participating GM Canada dealerships.
No interest/deferred payments for 90 days for transactions of $250 (after taxes) that are put on the Visa card.
Earn up to 5% in GM Earnings towards the purchase of a new Chevrolet, Buick GMC, Cadillac vehicle.

Additional discounts on the following brands of tires (you can get these even if you did not qualify for the card):
- Bridgestone/Firestone - Additional $50 instant discount - Link
- Goodyear/Dunlop - Upto $100 in mail-in-rebates - Link
- Pirelli - Upto $100 in mail-in-rebates - Link
- Kumho - Upto $40 in mail-in-rebates - Link
- Continental - Upto $100 in mail-in-rebates - Link
- General Grabber - $40 in mail-in-rebates - Link
- Hankook - Upto $100 in mail-in-rebates - Link

Goodyear Ultra grip 15" for compact cars like the Cruze is currently advertised at $99.95/tire INSTALLED at Certified Service retailers. With these promos it will cost $400 - $150 - $40 = $210 + taxes to get these 4 tires installed

Dealer locator link to get tire quotes - https://app.tirelocator.ca/national/gm/en

Edited to include additional qualifying mail-in-rebates stackable on top of the $150
Last edited by barricuda on Oct 21st, 2018 11:24 am, edited 6 times in total.
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[OP]
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Jun 10, 2008
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The $150 off is on all type of tires (winter/all season etc). The additional rebates (except Bridgestone/ Firestone) are mostly winter and some all weathers)
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Jun 26, 2007
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Make sure to compare prices with other retailers, dealers often overprice tires.
[OP]
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Flunk wrote:
Sep 5th, 2018 2:24 pm
Make sure to compare prices with other retailers, dealers often overprice tires.
Most of the dealers have online price quotes for tires so comparing should be easy.....
https://app.tirelocator.ca/national/gm/en

And yes, if another retailers price is still lower after these discounts, they have price match as well....
https://www.mycertifiedservice.ca/deals ... antee.html
[OP]
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Jun 10, 2008
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Just realized that these Visa cards are on GCR, so you can get another $40 or $55 dollars off by applying from there lol
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Nov 18, 2012
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Oshawa
I want to get 4 Blizzak WS80 winter tires for my car. Went to the dealer and they will price match Costco. Costco was $5/tire cheaper then the GM Dealer. Using the GM Visa card plus a $50 rebate buying Bridgestone It works out to $100/tire for my size. Decent price for Blizzaks. This is a bare tire not installed or balanced at this price. I am looking for a alloy rim rather then steel. Once I find a deal on rims I will buy the Blizzaks. Offer good until mid October. If anyone knows a better price that you can use to price match with the GM dealer please post it here.
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Aug 13, 2007
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They only approved me for $500 and won't budge on the limit. Can I put $500 of the price of the tires on this card and the rest on another and still get the $150 off?
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Jun 1, 2008
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Cambridge, ON/Guelph…
Kherani wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 9:38 am
They only approved me for $500 and won't budge on the limit. Can I put $500 of the price of the tires on this card and the rest on another and still get the $150 off?
you could also try pre-paying your card for a larger purchase. That should work.
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bargain man wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 11:41 am
you could also try pre-paying your card for a larger purchase. That should work.
Didn't think about that, thanks for the tip. The only reason why I want to get this card is for the rebate, I probably won't ever use it for anything else.
[OP]
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Jun 10, 2008
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Kherani wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 9:38 am
They only approved me for $500 and won't budge on the limit. Can I put $500 of the price of the tires on this card and the rest on another and still get the $150 off?
Yes, you should get the $150 off. Put $250 on this card (if you want to make use of the 90 day deferred payment) and the rest on your everyday card.
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Nov 12, 2015
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All rebate links broken!!!
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[OP]
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PriceHunter wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 11:58 am
All rebate links broken!!!
They are working for me.... the Bridgestone/Firestone rebate is an instant rebate and I guess its a pop-up link that works best directly from the Certified Service site. The others are rebate forms for mail-in-rebate those tire manufacturers. You can check them out directly in this link -
https://www.mycertifiedservice.ca/deals ... bates.html

You will have to scroll down to the 4th offer to see the rebate form links.
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Oct 29, 2007
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Do you have to be a GM vehicle owner for this deal?
[OP]
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simplylgg wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 12:30 pm
Do you have to be a GM vehicle owner for this deal?
Nope. If your dealer has tires that fit your non-GM vehicle, you can still get get the deal as long you get approved for the card.

Btw, you can get the additional tire manufacturer rebates listed in the OP by itself even if you did not get approved for the card. Only the $150 is tied directly to the card.

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