cool... it's about time I change out my tires I took advantage of a similar deal 2 years ago
posted: Jan. 15, 2011 @ 12:40p
No idea what you end up paying...but worth looking into. New tires are due Thanks, OP!
posted: Jan. 15, 2011 @ 7:10p
best thing to do will be to get the prices from their website compare with online merchants then go to their location to see what prices you get I know I saved a whole lot 2 years ago got an email from firestone some hrs ago about this deal (I guess they still remember me )
posted: Jan. 15, 2011 @ 9:18p
We ended up combining this with a 50% off promo for services and free oil change with 2 or more tires.
The total for 4 new Firestone 235/60/17 touring tires on my girls SUV with mount, balance, presure monitor setup, road hazord, oil change, and tax was $510 out the door.
This turned out to be a savings of about $30 off of their Buy 3 Get 1 Free price.
posted: Jan. 21, 2011 @ 5:09p
great. time to change tires
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posted: Jan. 25, 2011 @ 3:20p
how does one know what their 'cost' is? seems like they still can give you any BS as price
posted: Jan. 25, 2011 @ 3:33p
I've been looking at tires and compared their installed prices with Sears, Goodyear, Sams, Pep Boys, and a couple of local shops this past weekend. The Firestone dealer only had the more expensive tires in stock and any that might have been a good deal were backordered, didn't know when they would get them in, etc. Looks like I'll be going with Sams.
posted: Jan. 25, 2011 @ 3:41p
hey thanks! just got a 2002 ford, new tires are due
Patriots Above All
posted: Jan. 25, 2011 @ 3:47p
I got the email earlier and called my local store...I can't believe that they told me they had nothing for my car which is a 2009 Mazda...nothing special! They told me that no stores anywhere near me had 235/45 R18 tires for me...unbelievable!
posted: Jan. 25, 2011 @ 3:53p
$205 for 1 tire isn't a discount for me. Sheesh
posted: Jan. 25, 2011 @ 4:10p
gunghosucker said: hey thanks! just got a 2002 ford, new tires are due
Me too Taurus SES!!!!!!
posted: Jan. 25, 2011 @ 4:26p
Anyone know about tires? I have a Ford Taurus. P215/60R16 94T. I don't do a lot of driving. Occasionally a 70 mile round trip. I currently have BFGoodrich® Touring T/A® Pro Series ($85) I got at Sam's cllub. I was googling prices and see a big difference. Are there any brand to stay away from? I'm on a budget.
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posted: Mar. 11, 2011 @ 9:52p
For future reference this promotion is usually = to 35% off store price so maxheadroom post above sounds about right - a bit better than 25% off (B3G1).
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