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I heard on the radio in Little Rock, Arkansas this morning that Toyota dealers are having a special on tires: Buy three tires and get the fourth one for $1. I called a local Toyota dealer and asked about it and the service manager said it is a national special and it only applies to Toyotas (my Mazda needs tires, darn it).

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Why not just buy 3 get 1 free?

cmcdan1524 said: Why not just buy 3 get 1 free?
lol

cmcdan1524 said: Why not just buy 3 get 1 free?

Inflation.

Free last week now costs a dollar.

ds394 said: cmcdan1524 said: Why not just buy 3 get 1 free?

Inflation.

Free last week now costs a dollar.


inflation ? was that a pun ?

Let's not forget to factor in their $100+/hr labor charge...unless they have flat rate tire changes or installation is included which is probably unlikely.

Dealership service deals are almost never a deal except those $20 oil changes. If not you should see how much they charge with their labor factored in...

Now if I only trusted their service department like I trust my car...(toyota matrix)

I'll stick with Costco and their Michelins. Their tire prices includes mounting and road hazard.

This deal apparently only applies to Arkansas, Oklahoma, Mississippi and Texas.

yea costco is the way to go for tires.

you wouldn't walk outta the dealership for less than $500. nuff said

Are you sure about this. When I just priced 4 michelin X radials online, they added $40 for installation and an additional $5 miscellaneous plus tax. Is the installation free when you show up at the local store?

ChauTrinh said: I'll stick with Costco and their Michelins. Their tire prices includes mounting and road hazard.

Costco Brick and Mortar prices include installation and road hazard. However, if you opt to just buy the tires (and install them yourself or whatever) they take $10 off per tire. Here in Texas they also charge a $1 disposal fee per old tire.

Costco Costco Costco
Also Get Your Car Batteries There, 36 mo. non prorated Return

Don't fool yourself. You know the Toyota dealer's prices suck sphincter, right?

costco doesn't install tires with a lower speed rating than what came with your car. so you'll be paying more than $100 for each tire.



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