Many tire retailers have coupons and manufacturer rebates online. These discounts may exclusively work online or in the store. But the most reliable businesses have coupons that work both online and in person.

A sale is a temporary reduction of the tire’s normal cost. A coupon is a specific amount or percentage of the purchase price. A rebate is returned in the form of cash or store credit. Ideally, you would use a coupon and rebate during a sale to get the lowest price possible.

However, some businesses will not let you “double-up” on discounts.

Find Tire Deals on the Internet

Tire companies that have rebates and coupons online:

  • Bridgestone
  • Cooper
  • Firestone
  • Goodyear
  • Mopar
  • Pep Boys
  • Walmart Auto Centers

You can find third-party websites with digital coupons.

Online coupon sites let you search for discounts by store or by product, such as tires.

Some include Retail Me Not, Honey, Coupon Cabin, Valpak, and Capital One Shopping.

Some deals may cost more while also saving you more. For example, you may get tires half off, but you have to buy a full set of four to get the deal. You may not want to pay more than you need to if you only need one or two tires. Or, you might buy them and save them for when you do need to replace the other tires.

During your research, you may hear about tire insurance and wonder what it is and if it is worth it. Next, learn about tire insurance and what it really entails.