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[Costco] Bridgestone Tires save $70 when you buy 4

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[Costco] Bridgestone Tires save $70 when you buy 4

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Good time to purchase a set of winter tires.

They also mount them for only $15/tire including nitrogen

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i always have issue with my 4 wheels because the front and rear fitments isn't the same :facepalm:
235/40R18 91H Valid Fitments - (Front)
255/35R18/XL 94H 94H Valid Fitments - (Rear)
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They should help you out if you go in person no?

okano wrote:
Sep 7th, 2017 12:58 pm
i always have issue with my 4 wheels because the front and rear fitments isn't the same :facepalm:
235/40R18 91H Valid Fitments - (Front)
255/35R18/XL 94H 94H Valid Fitments - (Rear)
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Need to find new tires for my truck. 265/65r18. Bridgestone dueler will still come out to $1000 installed and taxes. So expensive!
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dealgetter91 wrote:
Sep 7th, 2017 1:07 pm
Need to find new tires for my truck. 265/65r18. Bridgestone dueler will still come out to $1000 installed and taxes. So expensive!
Unfortunately the luxury cost of running an SUV/Truck :(

These prices are pretty good.
215/45/17 WS80 is $177.25/tire ($708 total) after rebate compared to $158CAD from tirerack.com after $80USD giftcard (before taxes).
225/45/17 WS80 is $197/tire after rebate compared to to $168CAD from tirerack.

That said, 215/45/17 General Altimax Arctic are $155cad with shipping to USA. (I have a friend I can ship to and can save tax by having them mounted there)
*edit*, just notice tirerack also has $60 mastercard giveaway with this as well, so that drops the tire down to $137cad ($548 total). That's tough to resist.
Continental SI is $136cad/tire.

Is it cheaper to buy tires in the Costco store?
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Yeah those prices are really good. 235/60R17 WS80 for just under $700 installed.

Only downside is the non-optional $60 installation fee. I hate having my tires installed there, it's such a zoo.
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Roger21 wrote:
Sep 7th, 2017 1:48 pm
Yeah those prices are really good. 235/60R17 WS80 for just under $700 installed.

Only downside is the non-optional $60 installation fee. I hate having my tires installed there, it's such a zoo.
If you purchased the tires online, they will call you to book an appointment for installation, instead of showing up in the front door at 5 in the morning.
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Roger21 wrote:
Sep 7th, 2017 1:48 pm
Yeah those prices are really good. 235/60R17 WS80 for just under $700 installed.

Only downside is the non-optional $60 installation fee. I hate having my tires installed there, it's such a zoo.
Is it non-optional?

From costco's site. Is not installing them at their discretion or yours? Also, can we drop off the wheels to have them install the tire and pick them up later?

General Notice
The final decision to install a tire on a vehicle will be made by the Costco Tire Centre manager or supervisor. The tire must meet all vehicle manufacturer's safety standards and specifications.

Non-installed Tires
If the Costco tire centre does not install your tires, you will be refunded $15.00 per tire, plus any applicable taxes. If you choose not to accept your tires, you will receive a full refund for your order, including the $15.00 per tire install and disposal fee, plus any applicable sales tax.
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Thanks for this.. I didn't know they can refund installation fee upon delivered to the warehouse.
I am looking for winter tires for 2014 Odyssey as other poster said probably cheaper to buy thru tirerack.
engineered wrote:
Sep 7th, 2017 1:57 pm
Is it non-optional?

From costco's site. Is not installing them at their discretion or yours? Also, can we drop off the wheels to have them install the tire and pick them up later?

General Notice
The final decision to install a tire on a vehicle will be made by the Costco Tire Centre manager or supervisor. The tire must meet all vehicle manufacturer's safety standards and specifications.

Non-installed Tires
If the Costco tire centre does not install your tires, you will be refunded $15.00 per tire, plus any applicable taxes. If you choose not to accept your tires, you will receive a full refund for your order, including the $15.00 per tire install and disposal fee, plus any applicable sales tax.
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235/45R17 WS80 97H XL BL
$219.99 per Tire
Total: $879.96

TIRE INSTALLATION: $60.00
TIRE LEVY: $13.20

Total Discount: $70.00
TOTAL: $883.16

Can't I just pick the tires up and reduce my cost by
TIRE INSTALLATION: $60.00
TIRE LEVY: $13.20
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As someone who's from Vancouver, should I purchase winter tires set for my Corolla to replace my current shitty Nexxen ones? IIRC, last winter was the only severe one that made new "all-season" tires struggle, so I'm really hesitating on purchasing a set of winter tires.
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Alexios07 wrote:
Sep 7th, 2017 2:30 pm
As someone who's from Vancouver, should I purchase winter tires set for my Corolla to replace my current shitty Nexxen ones? IIRC, last winter was the only severe one that made new "all-season" tires struggle, so I'm really hesitating on purchasing a set of winter tires.
Michelin A/S 3+ are highly rated all seasons that can handle some snow.
https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.js ... ModClar=LE
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Alexios07 wrote:
Sep 7th, 2017 2:30 pm
As someone who's from Vancouver, should I purchase winter tires set for my Corolla to replace my current shitty Nexxen ones? IIRC, last winter was the only severe one that made new "all-season" tires struggle, so I'm really hesitating on purchasing a set of winter tires.
MY thought has always been running winter and all seasons have a bit of cost upfront, but over the life of one set the cost is the same, because you will now have two sets of tires that will last twice as long. Vancouver does have mild winters but they say winter tires are more effective at 7 degrees, so switch when the temp gets down to that point.

I also recommend getting an extra set of wheels for the tires though so you dont have to re-install every winter/spring and you can do the switch yourself. Cheap steelies are an option, or i got cheap alloys on Craigslist for like $150 for the set.

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