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This week's deals run from January 20 through 26 and include offers on tires, oil, and more! Check out some of Canadian Tire's best auto deals below.

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    • That's my size for winter tires! Where did you buy the Goodyear's?
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    • Deal still appears to be going on with the latest CT weekly sale.
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    • Question: Anyone got a great online spot to buy rims? Looking for some for these X-Ice snow's I just picked up (18x8 5x120 64.1 ET55). From what i'm reading the offset isn't much of an issue at +/- 5, with more play on negative offset, but ET55 are pretty rare.

      Almost spent more on the R5's since i'm a Nokian fanboy but the Michelin's are as comparable as can be.
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    • I picked up 4 ice in 17” today. Mid 2022 tire dates :)
      At one store where there was only 4 in stock they were 2021 - but I picked from a store that had many in stock wonder if that made a diff.

      173 a piece after 25% off
      100.00 bonus for activating my new triangle card
      4% back on triangle cc
      Got 35x triangle points, worth 119.00

      Very good deal. I should add I picked up some cheap rims from cdn tire a few months ago and got all sorts of triangle deals - they were on sale too.
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    • Independent mechanic? This is mounting and balancing a tire... High school kids can do this, aka just about any tire shop around.
      No doubt. But the high school kid who works at an Indy shop is prolly part of a family business or better vetted by owner for skill.
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    • These tires were on sale for a while, glad they extended the sale for those who need it. I’m only slightly peeved that I only got the memo for triangle select after my tire purchase on the same day.

      I had ordered the new pirelli ice zero assimmetrico with $150 off, from Costco, but delivery to the warehouse kept being delayed and delayed due to the weather (ordered jan 5, rims came to my doorstep the next day, tires only got to costco jan 18) and they were still booked solid for a few days.

      I needed winter tires for a car we bought pronto, for insurance and Ottawa road conditions. I got sick of waiting and got the michelin x-ice at cdn tire on costco rims. Free installation but you pay $20 per tire for balancing….

      I had Triangle offers of 25x on winter tires and $5 off $80 and $10 off $45 auto service… so the Pirelli and Michelin ended up pretty much the same price.

      Costco Pirelli ice zero assimmetrico
      Tire Installation $79.96
      Tire Levy $18.00
      Subtotal $797.92
      Total Discount, automatic rebate - $150.00
      HST : $84.23
      Total $732.15

      $183 per tire for Pirelli Ice Zero Assimm ,
      taxes and costco installation (free balancing for life), annoyingly long wait, probably better install…

      Canadian Tire Michelin X-Ice Snow For Passenger & CUV
      Tire set Price $681.40
      Env.Fee $22.00
      Purchase Total: $769.98

      CT Shop costs… Installation is Free but they made me pay for Balancing? Put tire on rims, remove and bag all-season: ($21.50/tire) $86.00
      Wheel weights, valves, rim sealer ($2.92/tire ) $11.68 (I believe these are free at costco)
      HST $12.70
      Shop cost total $110.38

      CTM Earned on tires: $97.32 (25X on tires, $5.00 on $80)
      HST $88.58
      CTM bonus on auto service $12 ($10 on $45 spend on autoshop)

      $769.98+$110.38=880.36
      minus CT Money = $771.04 all-in
      $192.76/tire + install Michellin X-Ice Snow

      Got done faster… there is a 6 year warranty, no free balancing, but tire repair etc i will probably never use. It was more convenient to walk-in though I know some will never leave their car at CT.


      So just $40 more for the Michelin over Pirelli. If I had signed up for Triangle Select prior, it would have been another $80 of CT Money and I would have been ahead another $40. We buy pet stuff regularly at CT and have the Triangle cc so don’t mind.
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    • Haven't seen prices this low in a long time for this size (205/55/16)

      Even Costco was selling this tire at $215-$220.

      Worth checking out your size.

      Don't forget Triangle offers/rewards if you have access to them.

      xicesnow.jpg
      Thanks OP, picking up my new vehicle shortly and was hunting for set of winter tires on sale. Perfect timing!
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    • You realize tires age just by sitting there, and not by use right?
      Unless you are going to BUY the tires in Jan 2024, AND make sure you are not getting old production tires according to their date
      You can have a tire with ZERO mileage on it, never installed it and have it age out of use
      You're complicating this way too much. Yes tires do age even without use but so what? You can buy a tire in November/December/January and have it installed right away. Couple of months isn't going to matter.

      Case in point: bought tires @ Costco in January. Had them installed in January. DOT codes were 2822.

      Quite frankly this nonsense about 1-2 years being old stock is a bunch of nonsense. It's almost as if people demand that the tire be fresh made out of the factory. Just the transport of a tire from overseas could take up to 6 months.....so be realistic about old/new tire age. I'd say ~ 2 years should be the max age.
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    • So.....get them installed in January 2023? Still plenty of winter left.....most people don't change from winters to all season/weather until April/May.
      You realize tires age just by sitting there, and not by use right?

      Unless you are going to BUY the tires in Jan 2024, AND make sure you are not getting old production tires according to their date

      You can have a tire with ZERO mileage on it, never installed it and have it age out of use
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    • Any place to get cheapish 18” wheelies for my Toyota SUV?
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    • Haven't seen prices this low in a long time for this size (205/55/16)

      Even Costco was selling this tire at $215-$220.

      Worth checking out your size.

      Don't forget Triangle offers/rewards if you have access to them.

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      For those tighter on budget, the General Tire Altimax Artic 12 are also on sale at a good price. Same size (205/55/16) for 132$ a piece.
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    • by the time you use these next season, you'll have deleted almost an extra year off the lifespan of these tires
      So.....get them installed in January 2023? Still plenty of winter left.....most people don't change from winters to all season/weather until April/May.
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    • Is this really a sale? It is just 25% off. I remember seeing buy 4 get one free promos before.
      It is for 205/55/16 which has been selling for $200+/tire for the last year.
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    • Is this really a sale? It is just 25% off. I remember seeing buy 4 get one free promos before.

      Of course, you always can load your triangle points. Although, this isn't exactly a discount as your get eCT money and have to buy more merchandise.
      yes because its one of the best winter tire you can buy and its a very good deal. esp with all the other bonuses.
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    • Is this really a sale? It is just 25% off. I remember seeing buy 4 get one free promos before.

      Of course, you always can load your triangle points. Although, this isn't exactly a discount as your get eCT money and have to buy more merchandise.
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    • Took my tires back to crappy tire for return and rebuy. Saved 300+
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    • Haven't seen prices this low in a long time for this size (205/55/16)

      Even Costco was selling this tire at $215-$220.
      Because it's frigging january,

      by the time you use these next season, you'll have deleted almost an extra year off the lifespan of these tires
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    • Crazy deal

      Stacking madness
      25X Michelin TIres
      25X Tires
      10X Tires
      10X Anniversary Bonus
      5$ back Spend 50
      3% GCR
      4% Triangle World Elite

      around 35% off on top of the sale
      How exactly?
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    • Crazy deal

      Stacking madness
      25X Michelin TIres
      25X Tires
      10X Tires
      10X Anniversary Bonus
      5$ back Spend 50
      3% GCR
      4% Triangle World Elite

      around 35% off on top of the sale
      Can you explain how? Thanks.

      I'm looking at 245/60/18 which still comes to $900+ before tax and environmental fees ($22 each).
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    • Crazy deal

      Stacking madness with personal offers
      25X Michelin TIres
      25X Tires
      10X Tires
      10X Anniversary Bonus
      5$ back Spend 50
      Total 70x or 28% back in CT$ plus 5$

      3% GCR
      4% Triangle World Elite

      around 35% off on top of the sale
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    • I strongly dis-recommend CT auto service. Take it to a locally owned independent mechanic.
      Independent mechanic? This is mounting and balancing a tire... High school kids can do this, aka just about any tire shop around.
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    • Looks like this tire will still continue to be on sale for the next week according to the newest CT flyer (Jan 20-26)
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    • Can we buy now install later at CT? (Let say next winter)
      I strongly dis-recommend CT auto service. Take it to a locally owned independent mechanic.
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    • these are their latest snow tire. theyve only been made from 2020 and onward.
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    • Yes, totally agree. Viking is a great tire, Hakkapeliittas are amazing, X-ice are just big hype among Costco's and CT shoppers and will do just fine in no snow urban driving. Big stores love them, they are quiet enough for average drivers to love them, and they wear extremely fast so plenty of returning customers $$$$😁
      When people comment about snow tires in Canada they have to say where they are from.

      If you live in Manitoba, yes you need extreme winter tires and maybe studs.

      If like me you live in lower mainland BC you have to worry about rain a lot more than snow in Winter. So for us the x ice are perfect: they sacrifice a bit of traction in snow for better traction in rain. As a benefit because of the harder rubber they also wear slower in our warmer winter temperatures so you get more longevity.

      The only better option for lower mainland might be all weather (4 season) tires. You sacrifice a little bit more snow traction and a lot of longevity but you don’t have to change your tires over
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    • Of the 4 tires I received, one was from 2022, two from 2021 and one from 2020. Should I be concerned and going back to them for tires manufactured in 2022?
      That is pretty fresh for CT. Seen a 7 yo "new" tire on a rack at a CT store years ago.
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    • Just picked up the tires. Dot is between 2122 to 2722 so pretty fresh
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    • Thanks OP! was just looking to replace my old winters since I got a slow puncture leak on sidewall.
      Found them on clearance for 195/65/15 ($322 for a set) not Michelins but they were Goodyear wintercommand, still very good reviews.
      Wintercommand Ultra? Ultra tested well. Not sure about their non-Ultra model.
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    • Of the 4 tires I received, one was from 2022, two from 2021 and one from 2020. Should I be concerned and going back to them for tires manufactured in 2022?
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    • likewise, CT never come across as a reputable retailer to me ... have to double check if they are the current X-Ice3 or warehouse antique original X-Ice tires
      CT = CROOKED THIEVES
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    • I can definitely vouch for the Hakka 10, they are easily the best winter tires I’ve gotten and I had these x-ice too. Once you go studded, you won’t go back lol.
      Don't think we can use studs (I'm talking tires people!) Here in Toronto.

      Thanks tho
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    • Thanks op. Got the last ones at burnaby market crossing this morning

      Tires were manufactured in 2022
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    • I got 126.82$/ea for my sizing at local store. Am I missing something?

      Edit: nvm, CT had the wrong sizing for my car lol
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    • I ended up grabbing a set of these for my wife's vehicle. I managed to swap in a few CT Money bonuses (25x on tires, 10x on tires, $6 over $60) and ended up with $116 eCTM earned on a $716 set of tires. I'm happy with that outcome. Now I just need to get some wheels to put it on and we're good to go.
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    • Haven't seen prices this low in a long time for this size (205/55/16)

      Even Costco was selling this tire at $215-$220.

      Worth checking out your size.

      Don't forget Triangle offers/rewards if you have access to them.
      xicesnow.jpg
      Better be giving a discount mid winter but I preferred the Nokians
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    • My old man has the Nokian Hakka 10 SUV ones and says they are the best he's used so far, so from that and what I've read, seems like they are as advertised - but they are def are pricey - his were like 300+ a tire.

      I personally have Continental WinterContact SIs and find them great, and probably equal to the Michelin X-Ice Snows that my SO has on her vehicle...can't go wrong with any of those lol.
      I can definitely vouch for the Hakka 10, they are easily the best winter tires I’ve gotten and I had these x-ice too. Once you go studded, you won’t go back lol.
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    • I believe that the installation is included in the price.
      It's not, plus the price varies from store to store
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    • RFDers don’t let CT people install anything on their vehicle.
      I believe that the installation is included in the price.
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    • Bought xice from Costco 195 65 R15 end of last winter (April 2022) for $92.50 a tire when I bought 4 with the $150 Michelin credit. If you have car that requires smaller tires, I think it’s best to wait for the credit deals vs the % off deals. Cheaper tires work better with the credit vs more expensive tires work better with the % off discounts.
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