I paid $950 for 5 Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs in 33x12.5R15...I believe that was shipped price. I had a mail-in rebate through Goodyear and a $100 rebate for becoming a member of Tread Lightly...which only cost $25 so I still saved $75 on my tires that way.
Definitely shop around...and look for rebates and such.
Edit: I just pulled up my invoice...forgot I had that handy since I rarely delete emails.
$975 shipped from TireRack...that was before $150-200 in rebates as well.
Dont know where youre from, but in the NE we have a tire place called town fair tire. They beat all competitors prices and their online price for tires might be a little more than a site, but you get.....
Free Shipping to store
Lifetime flat repairs
Free snow tire change over
For 33''s Goodyear Wranglers go for about $208 and BFG MT KM2 are $247
My one biggest gripe is they dont carry alot of different offroad tires only basic companies.
I wanted to pass along some info that some of you may find helpful. After days of searching local stores and online I found an unbelievable deal from discounttiredirect.com. I got 4 31X10.50 15 BFG A/T KOs for 668 dollars-no tax-free shipping in two days to my door. This was 250 dollars cheaper than anywhere else I found.
Two suggestions... 1) Going to a 15" wheel size will likely pay for the cost of the wheels very quickly due to the cost of 15" tires being significantly less. 2) Tire stores don't discount, or they don't discount very much, unless you ask them to by telling them what you can buy them elsewhere for. You have to learn how to be aggressive to a tire salesman by asking for more of a discount than he can offer... bringing the manager's pricing authority into play. They can't or won't discount much if you don't ask or push them to.
Most local tire dealers can and will match or beat online pricing... if you push them to. The benefits to buying locally include helping to keep your local tire stores in operation and your friends & neighbors employed, and that you can just go back to the local dealer you bought them from if there is ever an issue.
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