Top 10 Trending Tire Deals for November 2019
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In order to determine this list we look at three factors:
  1. Is the item discounted off of the original price and by how much?
  2. Has there been a recent price drop?
  3. What does the aggregate shopping behavior of Honey users tell us about the popularity of this product?
Using these data points, our custom algorithm dynamically updates the list.

There was a $139.00 price reduction, bringing the price down to $97.99, resulting in savings of 59%.

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Tire Deals, Offers, and Tips

Best Time to Buy Tires - While you may be able to find deals on tires randomly throughout the year, there are typically two times of the year when you can be certain that tires will be at a deep discount. In the month of April, when the frost melts and the weather is beginning to turn warm, you will see tires go on sale in preparation for when consumers start to think about vacations and road trips. And in October, when the weather becomes frigid, with rain and snow anticipated on the horizon, tires will again go on sale to encourage consumers to invest in new tires for winter driving. If the timing is right or the condition of your current tires is safe enough to permit waiting, then you can maximize your savings on new tire deals.

Where to Buy Tires - Some great sources for affordable tires are online tire retailers such as Tire Rack, Discount Tire, and Discount Tire Direct. They offer an enormous selection on tires, making it easier to scout out your perfect deal, and their prices are very affordable. You can have your tires shipped directly to your local garage for installation, or you can gather your tires from a pickup location nearby to avoid shipping fees and really compound your savings. Online tire retailers will also show you the latest mail-in rebate offer from tire manufacturers directly on their site to entice a purchase. Take advantage of these mail-in rebates to secure the biggest bargain! All of these online options will end up costing you substantially less than doing the entire transaction at your neighborhood tire store.

Buy Used Tires - Let’s face it, new tires cost a pretty penny. A new tire, mounted, balanced, and installed, can easily run over $150. While buying used tires may sound like a risky proposition, it is important to remember that tire manufacturers go through a road-test and rating process to ensure the design of a tire provides a useful life of around 50,000 miles. So, you could buy that same $150 tire used, for just a fraction of the price at $25-$45, and still, have plenty of useful life left on it (think 20,000-30,000 miles). Most major tire store brands will offer used tire stock in addition to their new tire inventory. It is, of course, beneficial to know and trust your tire dealer and to be sure to go through a visual inspection of the tires together with them, just to confirm that the treading is adequate.
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