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Up to $80 off a set of 4 select tires.
Look for the orange "SALE" prices.

Save $50 on a set of 4 select truck tires!

Use coupon code TRUCK50 and save on rugged, reliable, go-anywhere traction.

*Restrictions apply.
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Get $70 back on any set of 4 Michelin tires

Buy any set of 4 Michelin tires, get a $70 MasterCard Reward Card! Valid through 12/12/16. Customer must submit form.

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Get up to $80 back

Buy a set of 4 select tires, get a Visa Prepaid Card worth up to $80. Valid through 12/31/16. Customer must submit rebate form.

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Military discount

We're proud to offer a discount to active duty military, veterans, and their family members.

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Save $10 on a set of Carlise trailer tires

Save instantly on two or more Carlisle trailer tires with code CTRAIL10.
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Save 10% on any set of 4 wheels

Take 10% off any order of 4 rims with coupon code WHEELS10. Get FREE delivery on all wheels, too!

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The TireBuyer Installer Advantage

Choose a TireBuyer installer to install your tires and get five great benefits – free delivery on many items, free returns, and much more.

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How tire rebates work:

The tire industry is one of just a few that still uses traditional "mail-in" rebate offers. This means that action is required from you in order to receive the rebate. Here's how to get your rebate:

1. Get the rebate form

We'll send you a link to the rebate form in your order confirmation email, or you can always find active rebate forms on our rebate page.

2. Complete the form and mail/submit

Print out the form, complete it, and mail it to the manufacturer's address provided, along with proof of purchase, if required. In some cases, you may be able to submit the rebate form online.

3. Wait for your rebate card to arrive

It may take several weeks for your rebate to be processed. The tire manufacturer will mail you a prepaid card in the amount of the rebate. Generally these cards can be used like cash, pretty much anywhere - grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations, etc.