Costco Costco: Get a FREE Costco Cash Card Up to $80.00 with Bridgestone, Michelin or Pirelli Tires Get a FREE Costco Cash Card with Select Tires!

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Take a drive over to Costco for some tire upgrades, because you can get a free Costco Cash Card of up to $80.00 when you buy Bridgestone, Michelin or Pirelli tires!

These offers cannot be combined with manufacturer rebates -- click here to view our roundup of spring 2019 tire rebates available from over a dozen tire manufacturers.

We've listed the Cash Card offers available along with dates of availability below.

Bridgestone, March 18 to April 14

  • $70.00 Costco Cash Card with the purchase of four tires

Michelin, April 8 to June 2

  • $70.00 Costco Cash Card with the purchase of four tires

Pirelli, March 11 to April 7

  • $80.00 Costco Cash Card with the purchase of four tires

A complete set of four tires must be purchased within a single transaction in order to qualify for the bonus Cash Card -- simply configure your order online or in-person at a Costco Tire Centre. The bonus Costco Cash Card will be delivered within 10 days of your purchase via email (online orders) or lettermail (in-store orders).

Expiration dates will vary by manufacturer and Costco charges an installation fee of $15.00 per tire -- click here to find the Costco Tire Centre nearest you.

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    • I’ve never taken advantage of this offer from Costco. Does anyone know if all seasons go on sale during this time?
      Is there a better time/promo for all seasons?
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    • CamGuy85 wrote:
      Mar 2nd, 2019 8:16 pm
      I’ve never taken advantage of this offer from Costco. Does anyone know if all seasons go on sale during this time?
      Is there a better time/promo for all seasons?
      The deal is on all tires within the brand, including all seasons. You may want to shop around for pricing, sometimes smaller shops will be better than Costco. The rebate is a manufacturers rebate, just that Costco saves you the hassle of sending in the rebate request, they handle that on your behalf and give's you a cash card (used to be a direct discount before tax, which was better... this is after tax now). If you buy the tires elsewhere the discount should still be the same (70 off a set of 4).

      If the difference is minimal, just do it at Costco for the warranty and customer service IMO.
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    • chinesedevil wrote: The deal is on all tires within the brand, including all seasons. You may want to shop around for pricing, sometimes smaller shops will be better than Costco. The rebate is a manufacturers rebate, just that Costco saves you the hassle of sending in the rebate request, they handle that on your behalf and give's you a cash card (used to be a direct discount before tax, which was better... this is after tax now). If you buy the tires elsewhere the discount should still be the same (70 off a set of 4).

      If the difference is minimal, just do it at Costco for the warranty and customer service IMO.
      Thanks !!
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    • But the line up can be killer.
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    • if you buy tires you should be easily able to arrange an installation appointment.
      I also just noticed Costco now appears to have a $4 /tire disposal fee in addition to the $15 /tire installation fee
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    • A super long shot, but does anyone in GVA want to do a "group buy" for two wheels in 215/60R16 ?
      We can split the $70/80 rebate.
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    • CamGuy85 wrote:
      Mar 2nd, 2019 8:16 pm
      I’ve never taken advantage of this offer from Costco. Does anyone know if all seasons go on sale during this time?
      Is there a better time/promo for all seasons?
      Personally I've bought tires from Kal tires, Sears and Costco. And Costco's after sales service is unmatched. Simple things like free tire rotations if you don't want to do it yourself whereas other places charge you $25/tire.
      Easy warranty claims if tire wears out faster than expected.
      Also Costco and other big box stores get some exclusive tire models so make sure you compare similar models. Eg Costco's Michelin XLT is same as Michelin defender LTX
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    • shinku wrote:
      Mar 3rd, 2019 11:22 am
      Easy warranty claims if tire wears out faster than expected.
      Tell me more....
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    • Ive used costco for tires perelli seem to wear alot quicker. They came on one of my euro summer vehicles and the wear i found was alot quicker then other brands.

      However now if you find a good small tire place that sell rims tires ect. or even a mechanic shop they will probably be able to beat costco's price. I know out here in manitoba/winnipeg a small rim and tire place always beats costco's price for the same tires.

      I know my last set of winters i got i ended up saving $285 on a set not going to costco when they had there sale.

      Costco does have a great warranty and after sales though that others just dont. They take care of you and if you do get faster wear then normal ect they help.
      Tire rotations also but dang in winnipeg the wait for any tire service can be 1 to 6 hours lol.
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    • Anyone have any Michelin recommendations for Hyundai Elantra Limited 2013? Thanks in advance.
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    • shinku wrote:
      Mar 3rd, 2019 11:22 am
      Personally I've bought tires from Kal tires, Sears and Costco. And Costco's after sales service is unmatched. Simple things like free tire rotations if you don't want to do it yourself whereas other places charge you $25/tire.
      I've bought tires from Kal Tire and they always came with free rotations, balancing, and flat repairs. Always took advantage of the free rotations and also had a couple of situations with nails in the treads which they plugged at no charge.
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    • blazed16 wrote:
      Mar 3rd, 2019 3:54 pm
      Ive used costco for tires perelli seem to wear alot quicker. They came on one of my euro summer vehicles and the wear i found was alot quicker then other brands.

      However now if you find a good small tire place that sell rims tires ect. or even a mechanic shop they will probably be able to beat costco's price. I know out here in manitoba/winnipeg a small rim and tire place always beats costco's price for the same tires.

      I know my last set of winters i got i ended up saving $285 on a set not going to costco when they had there sale.

      Costco does have a great warranty and after sales though that others just dont. They take care of you and if you do get faster wear then normal ect they help.
      Tire rotations also but dang in winnipeg the wait for any tire service can be 1 to 6 hours lol.
      Why wait 6 hours when you can just book an appointment?
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    • Just got Michelin X-tour A/S for $109.99. All in for under $600. Did it a few weeks ago so missed out on this promotion but I definitely needed new tires. I also went to a smaller Costco and it only took 1 hour.
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    • I purchased winter tires from another store. I remember asking a Costco rep if they do tire rotations if I buy from somewhere else and I think they said $6/tire if you have them on rims already. Is the $15/tire only available for tires purchased from Costco? Does this include lifetime tire swaps with winters/summers? I think Nitrogen is better than regular air, but not sure if all tires support that?
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    • jumperson22 wrote:
      Mar 4th, 2019 11:23 am
      I purchased winter tires from another store. I remember asking a Costco rep if they do tire rotations if I buy from somewhere else and I think they said $6/tire if you have them on rims already. Is the $15/tire only available for tires purchased from Costco? Does this include lifetime tire swaps with winters/summers? I think Nitrogen is better than regular air, but not sure if all tires support that?
      Nitrogen is a cash grab, before nitrogen everyone used air for tires.
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    • Is this better than the canadian tire promo? Looking for all seasons for my Santa Fe Sport.
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    • jumperson22 wrote:
      Mar 4th, 2019 11:23 am
      I purchased winter tires from another store. I remember asking a Costco rep if they do tire rotations if I buy from somewhere else and I think they said $6/tire if you have them on rims already. Is the $15/tire only available for tires purchased from Costco? Does this include lifetime tire swaps with winters/summers? I think Nitrogen is better than regular air, but not sure if all tires support that?
      All tires support Nitrogen, and the idea is that the pressure inside the tire will have less variation based on temperature and thereby maintain a more constant pressure.
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    • Air is already mostly nitrogen.
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    • Simplytire has cheaper pricing I see for some tires for my Passat TDI.

      Does Costco price match?
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