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Up to $130 off when you buy 4 Michelin Tires

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Nov 30, 2017
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[Costco] Up to $130 off when you buy 4 Michelin Tires

I just received an email from Costco, and the promotion is on the Costco website as well.

Up to $130 off for a set of 4 (certain types) Michelin tires. Looks like the biggest discounts I have seen from Costco these few years. Valid until May 2nd.

Details:
$130 off a set of 4 MICHELIN® LTX™, A/T2 tires or any tires from the PILOT®, CrossClimate® (excluding MICHELIN® Agilis® CrossClimate® tires) or Primacy™ tire lines ($70 value + $60 additional spring value). $100 off a set of 4 MICHELIN® passenger or light truck tires. Please see the warehouse for a complete list of eligible tires or visit Tires.costco.ca. Offer only available on the purchase of 4 MICHELIN® tires. This offer cannot be combined with any other Michelin promotion or purchase offer. Offer valid only at Costco warehouses in Canada and online at Costco.ca. Wheels not included.
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Looking for some new tires? Check our RFD Reviews' top picks for the best winter or all season tires!
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Sr. Member
Sep 25, 2018
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They are really having a hard time selling tires this year. I don't think I've seen rebates happen so frequently and lasting for so long in the past few years.
Member
May 27, 2017
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They jacked up the tires I was looking @ by $60 a set and the rebate is $100

So $100-$60 = $40 is the actual savings
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Nov 13, 2017
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My CrossClimate 2 is already on the way to my local Costco warehouse. Placed my order on Monday
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Sep 23, 2014
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Toronto, ON
DGSSSG wrote: My CrossClimate 2 is already on the way to my local Costco warehouse. Placed my order on Monday
Same for me, the technology of these tires are phenomenal.
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Nov 26, 2018
471 posts
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how do costco tire purchases work? it says there's an install fee of $80. does that include rim/wheel swaps too? i assume the centers have machines for 19" wheels?
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Jan 18, 2005
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konig1 wrote: how do costco tire purchases work? it says there's an install fee of $80. does that include rim/wheel swaps too? i assume the centers have machines for 19" wheels?
Yes, it includes swapping new tires onto existing rims...they also charge a 3.99/tire TPMS charge as well to move the TPMS sensors over.
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Nov 13, 2017
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LockAndKey wrote: Same for me, the technology of these tires are phenomenal.
Yep. I've watched a few reviews and some CC2 users' videos on YouTube. Basically they all say CrossClimate 2 is a top pick and TireRack rated CC2 as No.1 in Grand Touring All-Season Tires.
I believe it's going to worth every penny Smiling Face With Sunglasses
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Nov 26, 2018
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LttlScamp wrote: Yes, it includes swapping new tires onto existing rims...they also charge a 3.99/tire TPMS charge as well to move the TPMS sensors over.
so if my rims were on snow tires, they will remove it and install on new tires for the $80? that's pretty cheap actually. my local tire guy charges like $100.
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May 26, 2013
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MISSISSAUGA
its worth it to drive across the border to Buffalo to get your tires done if you're in the GTA.

no environmental disposal fees, better selection, better prices, less sales tax, even factoring in the currency exchange.
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Nov 9, 2013
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Vancouver
dbcanuck wrote: its worth it to drive across the border to Buffalo to get your tires done if you're in the GTA.

no environmental disposal fees, better selection, better prices, less sales tax, even factoring in the currency exchange.
Isn’t the border closed?
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Jul 26, 2005
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Montreal
Jan 1st sale was really the best..I had ordered my CrossClimate2 when they were 20% off - had saved 240$ in all on the order for my 20". Today I'd only save $130.

Just sharing in case anyone is saying to themselves "Is this the best deal I can get..."
Last edited by krazykanuck on Mar 17th, 2021 2:48 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Jun 29, 2003
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Pirelli deal was better but unfortunately none left in my tire size. I find the prices high for the Michelins.
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Lévis
dbcanuck wrote: its worth it to drive across the border to Buffalo to get your tires done if you're in the GTA.

no environmental disposal fees, better selection, better prices, less sales tax, even factoring in the currency exchange.
Yeah, those damn environmental fees! I really miss the good old days when old tires magically disapear.
Pourquoi pas?
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Dec 26, 2014
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Winnipeg, MB
People will really do anything to save a buck even at the expense of everything else huh.

What about the gas
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Nov 3, 2018
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LockAndKey wrote: Same for me, the technology of these tires are phenomenal.
How about insurance winter tire discount? Are they satisfied CrossClimate's two have three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) symbol and that is it? Or are there any nuances?
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Dec 25, 2007
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Vancouver
chemicalxv wrote: People will really do anything to save a buck even at the expense of everything else huh.

What about the gas
Never mind gas, what about the long quarantine when you get home... In the past, maybe you could get away with it on a day trip but no way right now
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May 4, 2007
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Buffalo-Toronto, it's like what, four hours-drive back and forth? Let's say it'd take you one hour of commute if done at local shop. How much are 3 hours of your time worth?
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Jul 25, 2013
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Toronto
Lolvtec wrote: They jacked up the tires I was looking @ by $60 a set and the rebate is $100

So $100-$60 = $40 is the actual savings

i noticed the exact same thing....but they kept the rebate as $130.....so its really $70 rebate.

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