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Save money and get your car ready for warm weather with a new set of spring tires, because we've rounded together the spring tire rebate offers from most major tire manufacturers! Many thanks to automotive guru howwon for listing these offers in our Hot Deals forum!

There are currently 12 rebate offers and we've listed details for each one below -- be sure to double-check the dates, as the rebates are only effective when tires are purchased during the manufacturer's specified dates.

BFGoodrich, March 24 to May 21

  • $50.00 rebate with four BFGoodrich tires

Bridgestone, March 20 to April 30

  • $70.00 rebate with four DriveGuard, Ecopia EP422, Ecopia EP422 Plus, Turanza Serenity Plus, Dueler H/L Ecopia 422, Dueler H/L Alenza, Dueler H/L Alenza Plus, Dueler A/T Revo 2, Dueler HP Sport, Dueler HP Sport AS, Dueler H/T 685, Potenza RE050, Potenza RE050A, Potenza RE11, Potenza RE11A, Potenza RE71R, Potenza RE760 Sport, Potenza RE960AS Pole Position RFT, Potenza RE970AS Pole Position, Potenza RE97AS and Potenza S04 Pole Position tires

Continental, March 15 to May 31

  • $65.00 rebate with four Continental tires (excluding online and TrueContact purchases at Canadian Tire)

Firestone, April 24 to May 28

  • $50.00 rebate with four Firestone Champion with Fuel Fighter, Destination A/T, Destination A/T Special Edition, Destination M/T, Destination LE2, Destination S/T, Firehawk Wide Oval Indy 500, Firehawk Indy 500, Firehawk Wide Oval A/S and Firehawk AS tires

General Tire, March 15 to May 31

  • $35.00 rebate with four General Tire tires (excluding online, Evertrek purchases at Canadian Tire and Grabber STX purchases at Walmart)

Goodyear, March 1 to May 31

  • $100.00 rebate with four Eagle F1 Asymmetric All-Season tires
  • $80.00 rebate with four Assurance ComforTred Touring, Assurance TripleTred All-Season, Assurance cs TripleTred All-Season and Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar tires
  • $60.00 rebate with four Wrangler All-Terrain Adv with Kevlar tires
  • $40.00 rebate with four Assurance All-Season, Assurance Fuel Max, Assurance cs Fuel Max, Eagle Sport All-Season, Wrangler TrailRunner, Eagle RS-A and all other Eagle F1 Family tires

Hankook, March 15 to May 31

  • $100.00 rebate with four Ventus S1 evo2 (pattern code K117A) tires
  • $70.00 rebate with four Ventus V12 evo2 (pattern code K120) and Ventus S1 noble2 (pattern code H452) tires
  • $50.00 rebate with four four Optimo H426 (pattern code H426), Dynapro HP2 (pattern code RA33), Dynapro HT (pattern code RH12), Dynapro AT-m (pattern code RF10) and Dynapro MT (pattern code RT03) tires
  • $40.00 rebate with four four Ventus V2 Concept2 (pattern code H457), Kinergy GT (pattern code H436), Optimo H426B (pattern code H426B), Optimo H727 (pattern code H727), Optimo H725 (pattern code H725), Optimo H724 (pattern code H724) and Kinergy 4S (pattern code H740) tires

Michelin, March 24 to May 21

  • $70.00 rebate with four Michelin tires

Pirelli (Atlantic Canada), March 1 to May 15

  • $100.00 rebate four P Zero family of tires
  • $70.00 rebate with four Scorpion family of tires
  • $60.00 rebate with four Cinturato family of tires
  • $50.00 rebate with four P6/P4 Four Seasons family of tires

Toyo, March 14 to May 31

  • $70.00 rebate with four Extense HP, Versado Noir, Versado ECO, Proxes T1 Sport, Proxes 4 & Plus, Proxes R1R, Celcius & Celcius CUV, Versado CUV, Proxes T1Sport SUV, Open Country Q/T, Proxes S/T II, Open Country H/T & TD, Open Country A/T II (or Extreme), Open Country C/T and Open Country M/T tires
  • $50.00 rebate with four Eclipse and Extensa A/S tires

Uniroyal, March 24 to May 21

  • $40.00 rebate with four Uniroyal tires

Yokohama, March 15 to May 15

  • $70.00 rebate with four Ascend, Envigor, Geolander (G055, G056, G015, M/T), Parada Spec X, ADVAN (A/S V405, V105, AD08R) and S.drive tires
  • $50.00 rebate with four Touring S tires

Rebate submission requirements and payment options vary by manufacturer, so be sure to read the instructions carefully before submitting your rebate!

All rebate offers expire in May, with the latest one ending May 31. Be sure to visit the thread in our Hot Deals forum for more details and community insight!

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    • Does that mean Costco is gonna have an instant rebate also with the spring rebates? Wonder if there's any two tire deals since I only need to replace my rears currently.
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    • Same here looking for 2x rear tires only
      245/35r18
      Michelin super sport preferably
      Open to others
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    • betercallsaul wrote:
      Feb 18th, 2017 1:39 am
      Does that mean Costco is gonna have an instant rebate also with the spring rebates? Wonder if there's any two tire deals since I only need to replace my rears currently.
      I spoke with my local (Langley, BC) Costco tire guy two nights ago, he told me April will have a $70 rebate for Michelins, and I believe he said March was for Bridgestone. I am thinking both are for four tires however, I did not ask specifically as I do need 4.
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    • Costco spring instant tire rebates are listed in their latest Costco Connection magazine (www.costcoconnection.ca):

      Bridgestone: $70 off the purchase of 4 tires (March 13 to April 9)
      Pirelli: $80 off the purchase of 4 tires (March 6 to April 2)
      Michelin: $70 off the purchase of 4 tires (April 3 to May 28)
      BFGoodrich: $50 off the purchase of 4 tires (April 3 to May 28)
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    • How do you guys select new tires? I mean other than sizing, how would I know what is a good fit for my car? Is there some sort of buying guide or do we just randomly pick something from a well known manufacturer and hope for the best?
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    • Oni-kun wrote:
      Feb 28th, 2017 9:02 am
      How do you guys select new tires? I mean other than sizing, how would I know what is a good fit for my car? Is there some sort of buying guide or do we just randomly pick something from a well known manufacturer and hope for the best?
      I usually go to the Tire Rack website and read the reviews. They are usually reliable and I like the fact that they also usually include the make, model and year of the car as well as where they live so you can relate their experiences with yours. For a Canadian version you can try 1010 tire's website. A few years ago I was going to be making a trip across the border so I had actually planned to order from Tire Rack and get them installed at a shop in Niagara Falls, but after working out the exchange rate and shipping and everything else, it was actually almost the same to buy them at my local shop, the venerable and always cheaper-than-anyone-else Tires 23 in Mississauga.
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    • Oni-kun wrote:
      Feb 28th, 2017 9:02 am
      How do you guys select new tires? I mean other than sizing, how would I know what is a good fit for my car? Is there some sort of buying guide or do we just randomly pick something from a well known manufacturer and hope for the best?
      Similare to Tapout123, Tirerack is the place to go for reviews. However, with the current exchange rates it's about the same price or likely cheaper (especially) if I have to pay PST/GST to purchase from my local dealer.
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    • milan2552 wrote:
      Feb 28th, 2017 8:30 am
      Costco spring instant tire rebates are listed in their latest Costco Connection magazine (www.costcoconnection.ca):

      Bridgestone: $70 off the purchase of 4 tires (March 13 to April 9)
      Pirelli: $80 off the purchase of 4 tires (March 6 to April 2)
      Michelin: $70 off the purchase of 4 tires (April 3 to May 28)
      BFGoodrich: $50 off the purchase of 4 tires (April 3 to May 28)
      What page is this on? I couldn't find it. Only saw the ad for Bridgestone?
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    • Are we able to double dip? Get the Costco instant rebate and then the mail in rebate?
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    • Oni-kun wrote:
      Mar 13th, 2017 9:34 am
      What page is this on? I couldn't find it. Only saw the ad for Bridgestone?
      Bridgestone: page 8
      Pirelli: page 36
      Michelin: page 73
      etc...
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    • Whats everyone's thoughts on the best tires from Costco? or is there a list of tires that costco sells the list on their site seems to be mostly winter still.
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    • We have a costco membership but I never actually bought tires from there before. Is the installation cost included? Or is it separately priced. Can I buy just the tires? The reason I ask is I need to buy them soon but I won't be able to install them until later because I'm going on vacation.
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    • Oni-kun wrote:
      Mar 14th, 2017 11:27 am
      We have a costco membership but I never actually bought tires from there before. Is the installation cost included? Or is it separately priced. Can I buy just the tires? The reason I ask is I need to buy them soon but I won't be able to install them until later because I'm going on vacation.
      The install charge is $15 per tire.
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    • anas38 wrote:
      Mar 13th, 2017 10:12 am
      Are we able to double dip? Get the Costco instant rebate and then the mail in rebate?
      In certain cases "no" so better read the fine print. For instance, Pirelli's rebate site specifically states that their rebates excludes Costco, Canadian Tire and online purchases.
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    • Oni-kun wrote:
      Feb 28th, 2017 9:02 am
      How do you guys select new tires? I mean other than sizing, how would I know what is a good fit for my car? Is there some sort of buying guide or do we just randomly pick something from a well known manufacturer and hope for the best?
      I saw Consumer Reports used to have a chart that tested a crap load of tires for different conditions. Alas, you need to pay to get access to it. I'm stuck trying to figure out what is a decent tire with good wear life, good on gas and low noise for the warmer months.
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    • My tires are 10 years old, should I be considering one of these deals?
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    • hagbard wrote:
      Mar 20th, 2017 3:31 pm
      My tires are 10 years old, should I be considering one of these deals?
      Yes! 10 year old tires are way too old. Like HOLY even cheap China tires are probably safer.
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    • hagbard wrote:
      Mar 20th, 2017 3:31 pm
      My tires are 10 years old, should I be considering one of these deals?
      Yes, i just got a car that came with almost 10 year old winter tires.. It had cracks left and right. Not safe at all, i'm pretty sure yours are the same.
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