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Get ready for winter driving with a new set of tires, because winter tire rebates are available now from a number of tire manufacturers! These rebate offers were gathered from our 2017 Winter Tire Rebates forum thread and various car manufacturers.

There are currently 18 offers with varying dates of availability and we've listed details for each one below. Most rebates can be claimed online, but we've also listed mail-in rebate forms if available.

BFGoodrich (Mail-in form), October 13 to December 15

  • $50.00 rebate with four other passenger or light truck winter tires
  • $70.00 rebate with four winter or Advantage T/A Sport LT tires

Bridgestone (Mail-in form), October 15 to December 15

  • $70.00 Prepaid Visa with four select Blizzak winter tires

Continental (Mail-in form), October 15 to December 15

  • $65.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four select Continental passenger or light truck tires (excluding online and TrueContact purchases)

Dunlop Tires (Mail-in form), October 1 to December 31

  • $60.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four Dunlop Winter Maxx & ROF, Winter Maxx SJ8 or Winter Maxx 2 tires
  • $80.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four Dunlop SP Winter Sport 4D, ROF & NST tires

Firestone (Mail-in form), October 1 to 31

  • $40.00 Prepaid Visa with four Winterforce 2 or Winterforce UV2 tires

General Tire (Mail-in form), October 15 to December 15

  • $35.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four General Tire passenger or light truck tires (excluding Evertrek and Grabber STX purchases)

Gislaved (Mail-in form), October 15 to December 15

  • $35.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four Gislaved NordFrost 200 tires (excluding online purchases)

Goodyear (Mail-in form), October 1 to December 31

  • $40.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four Assurance All-Season, Assurance Fuel Max, Assurance CS Fuel Max or Wrangler Fortitude HT tires
  • $60.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four Eagle Sport All-Season & ROF, Ultra Grip Winter or Wrangler TrailRunner AT tires
  • $80.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four Assurance ComforTred Touring, Assurance TripleTred All-Season, Assurance CS Tripletred All-Season, Ultra Grip Ice WRT & LT, Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar or Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar tires
  • $100.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four Assurance WeatherReady, Ultra Grip 8 Performace & ROF, Ultra Grip SUV ROF or Ultra Grip+ SUV 4x4 tires

Hankook (Mail-in form), October 15 to December 31

  • $40.00 Prepaid Visa with four Kinergy 4S (H740) tires
  • $50.00 Prepaid Visa with four Winter i*Pike LT (RW09), Winter i*Pike RS-v (PW71) or Dynapro AT-m (RF10) tires
  • $60.00 Prepaid Visa with four Winter i*cept iZ2 (W616), Winter i*Pike RS (W419), Winter i*Pike (W409) or i*Pike RW11 (RW11) tires
  • $100.00 Prepaid Visa with four Winter i*cept evo2 (W320) or Winter i*cept evo2 SUV (W320A) tires

Kelly Tires (Mail-in form), October 1 to December 31

  • $20.00 Prepaid MasterCard with four Kelly Edge A/S or Edge AT tires

Kumho Tires (Mail-in form), October 1 to December 29

  • $40.00 rebate with four WinterCraft WP71, WinterCraft WP51, WinterCraft Ice Wi31, WinterCraft SUV WS31, WinterCraft SUV Ice WS31, Solus HA31, Solus HA31 SUV, I'zen KW31, I'zen RV KC15, Road Venture AT51, Crugen HT51 or Power Grip KC11 tires

Laufenn (Main-in form), October 15 to December 31

  • $40.00 rebate with four I Fit Ice (LW71) or X Fit AT (LC01) tires

Michelin (Mail-in form), October 13 to December 15

  • $70.00 rebate with four Michelin passenger or light truck tires

Nokian Tyres (Mail-in form), September 18 to December 15

  • $50.00 Prepaid Visa with four Nordman 7/7 SUV, Nordman 5/5 SUV, HKPL C3, WRC3 or CR3 tires
  • $70.00 Prepaid Visa with four HKPL 8/8 SUV, HKPL 9/9 SUV, HKPL R2/R2 SUV, WRG3/3 SUV, Rotiva AT/AT+, HKPL LT2 or WRA3 tires

Pirelli (Mail-in form), October 1 to December 15

  • $50.00 rebate with four Winter Carving Edge/IceControl or Winter Ice Zero FR/Ice Zero/Cinturato tires
  • $70.00 rebate with four Winter Scorpion, Winter SnowSport, Winter SnowControl or Winter Sottozero tires
  • $100.00 rebate with four Winter 270 Sottozero Serie II tires

Toyo Tires (Mail-in form), September 16 to December 15

  • $50.00 rebate with four Eclipse, Extensa A/S or Observe G3-ICE tires
  • $60.00 rebate with four Extensa HP, Versado Noir, Versado ECO, Versado CUV, Proxes 4/4 Plus or Proxes ST II tires
  • $70.00 rebate with four Open Country H/T & TD, Open Country A/T II, Open Country A/T II Xtreme, Open Country M/T, Open Country R/T, Celsius, Celsius CUV, Open Country C/T, Observe Garit KX, Observe GSi5, Enscribe CSi-1 or Open Country WLT1 tires

Uniroyal (Mail-in form), October 13 to December 15

  • $40.00 rebate with four Uniroyal passenger or light truck tires

Yokohama (Mail-in form), September 15 to December 15

  • $50.00 rebate with four AVID Touring-S tires
  • $70.00 rebate with four iceGuard iG51v, iceGuard iG52c, Geolandar G055, Geolandar A/T G015, Geolander H/T G056, AVID Ascend, AVID ENVigor, BluEarth Winter V905 or W.drive WY01 tires

All tires must be purchased from an authorized dealer (some exclude Costco and Canadian Tire) to be eligible for a rebate and submission requirements will vary by manufacturer, so read all instructions carefully before purchasing or submitting your rebate!

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

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    • Would these work on top of Costco's rebates?
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    • engineered wrote:
      Sep 8th, 2017 2:38 pm
      Would these work on top of Costco's rebates?
      Don't think so. These are manufacturers' rebate that Costco already incorporates as applicable
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    • Thanks OP. Any news of group buy from simplytire this year?
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    • engineered wrote:
      Sep 8th, 2017 2:38 pm
      Would these work on top of Costco's rebates?
      Seen a few with this in the conditions:

      Retail purchases only. Offer excludes Costco.
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    • I am going to be installing new winter tires this season on the new RAV4. never had winter tire on the older sedan which I owned previously. Being new to it, can anyone give me a recommended brand to go with. or maybe the top3 from the above list.
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    • d4diesel wrote:
      Sep 9th, 2017 1:21 am
      I am going to be installing new winter tires this season on the new RAV4. never had winter tire on the older sedan which I owned previously. Being new to it, can anyone give me a recommended brand to go with. or maybe the top3 from the above list.
      I've had the Blizzak DM-V1 on my older Rav and they've been fantastic. I have Michelin X-ICE Xi3 on my other vehicle and they don't work well at all in snow or ice.
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    • Blizzak and Winterforce are the only ones I'm considering for my huge rear wheel drive sedan. They come highly recommended by many Ford Crown Victoria owners in very snowy areas.
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    • Desalex wrote:
      Sep 9th, 2017 1:31 am
      I've had the Blizzak DM-V1 on my older Rav and they've been fantastic. I have Michelin X-ICE Xi3 on my other vehicle and they don't work well at all in snow or ice.
      I have to agree. I've had 2 sets of blizzak's and they have been really good! There are different grades and models so I suggest googling them and seeing what other people think.
      I had a set of x-ice and I was so disappointed in them. It's a big common brand name and model but to me they were so horrible, almost like they were all season tires. Some people swear by them, but I would never purchase them again.

      I've also used the Pierelli FR Ice Zero and Toyo Observe Gsi5 and both have been great performing winter tires. Both of these models I found were more budget friendly.

      Good luck. Thanks op for posting!
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    • I put new Michelin X-Ice 3 tires on my Audi A4 last winter and they worked great. City, Hwy and Rural driving conditions. Maybe they work better on sedans? The car is 4 wheel drive so maybe that helped?

      I was debating between the XI3 and Blizzaks but after reading many reviews went with the XI3.
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    • Thanks OP. Looking for new snow tires for my Mazda 3 sport hatch as well. Many Mazda owner forums like X-Ice and also recommend Pirellis but these tend to be pricier even at Costco ($250-270/tire). I'll be considering these two and Blizzaks from comments here so far.

      On the specs side, can anyone comment on what we should be looking for in a good performing winter tire other than fit?
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    • Any of you that own blizzaks drive long commutes to work? I have been reading some reviews and most are saying xice has better fuel efficiency.
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    • dk87 wrote:
      Sep 9th, 2017 8:34 am
      Any of you that own blizzaks drive long commutes to work? I have been reading some reviews and most are saying xice has better fuel efficiency.
      You are correct. I've have the blizzaks And the x ice. Michelin feel more like an all season tire in overall drive while Bridgestone is a more grippy winter tire. If you live in the city where roads get plowed quick, get the x ice since they'll be quieter and ice is a bigger concern in the city. If you live in a rural area get the bridgestones as they will help you "plow" through the snow better, but again, you get the noise and feeling that your driving a winter tire
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    • d4diesel wrote:
      Sep 9th, 2017 1:21 am
      I am going to be installing new winter tires this season on the new RAV4. never had winter tire on the older sedan which I owned previously. Being new to it, can anyone give me a recommended brand to go with. or maybe the top3 from the above list.
      I recommend Continental.
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    • It's kinda nice not having to navigate these threads any more. Bought new blizzaks for both cars last year. Summer tires though, hmmm, maybe next year.
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    • Looking to buy winter tires for my CRV this winter as well (amazingly survived a brutal winter in Calgary last year without winter tires, granted that I don't drive to work or anything). Any recommendation would be good!

      Also, where do the best winter tire deals mostly occur? Costco or Canadain Tire?
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    • I would recommend continental winter contact si as #1 then Pirelli Ice Zero.

      Blizzak ws80 are mostly rated higher than the above 2 but ws80 tread life is not that good compared to the conti and pirelli. So make your pick s to what you want.

      I would stay away from x ice. For me they were just not good and felt like all season..
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    • d4diesel wrote:
      Sep 9th, 2017 1:21 am
      I am going to be installing new winter tires this season on the new RAV4. never had winter tire on the older sedan which I owned previously. Being new to it, can anyone give me a recommended brand to go with. or maybe the top3 from the above list.
      Pretty much any major brand will serve you well. It's not like you're looking for lap times or something.
      Value wise, it's hard to beat the General Altimax Arctic tires. Very good in the winter and one of the lowest cost. Make in USA or Germany.
      https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.js ... 17QR6AMAXA
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    • Looking to get winter tires for a new Mazda SUV and a new WRX.

      It seems like the best deal is from Costco for the Blizzak WS80s. Thinking of getting it for both vehicles due to price although just want to confirm if this is a good choice for those vehicles. I'm mainly concerned about grip in icy conditions and steep snowfalls. So I don't need a performance tire that can turn better, has higher speed ratings, better fuel economy or better handling in lesser conditions. Just a pure winter tire is what I'm trying to say.
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    • Which year CRV? Costco has a good promo now for Bridgestone.
      biglaity wrote:
      Sep 9th, 2017 10:21 am
      Looking to buy winter tires for my CRV this winter as well (amazingly survived a brutal winter in Calgary last year without winter tires, granted that I don't drive to work or anything). Any recommendation would be good!

      Also, where do the best winter tire deals mostly occur? Costco or Canadain Tire?
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