Is Black Friday a good time to buy tires?
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are a great time to buy tires. It’s also a good reminder to get your vehicle ready for winter driving conditions. If you have your eye on a particular tire brand, but haven’t been able to catch a rebate, Black Friday/Cyber Monday is a great time to find a money-saving offer.
What type of tire do I need?
Once you’ve found the right size (we’ll help you with that), think about your driving conditions. For example, if you live in an area that experiences severe winter weather like the Midwest, you may want winter tires. If you drive in high temperatures, say in Arizona, you may want summer tires that are built to last on hot pavement. If your area has relatively mild weather like we do here at TireBuyer HQ in Seattle, all-season tires are great. Maybe you drive a sporty car or love to go off-roading. Then you may want high-performance or all-terrain tires. If you drive a truck, your tires can yield completely different outcomes in terms of characteristics, performance, and limitations. The variety of truck tires available means there’s definitely a set out there that fits your priorities. With a massive selection (over 4-million tires in stock and ready to ship) we guarantee we have the exact tire you need.
Where will my tires be shipped?
We offer fast, free delivery anywhere. Just choose from our network of 10,000 tire shops at checkout. Because we have our own fleet of trucks, your tires come straight from our local warehouse, often with same-day service.
How do I find my tire size?
Our easy search tool helps you find the exact size to fit your vehicle. Just answer a few easy questions about your vehicle like year, make and model, and we’ll show you a variety of brands and styles that will work. You can also find your tire’s size printed on the side of the tire. It’s typically in a format that looks like: XXX/XXRXX such as 225/65R17 or LT265/70R17
Do I need to buy four tires at once?
Only buy what you need, whether it’s one tire or four.
Do I need to buy the same tires that came with my vehicle?
Original Equipment (OE) tires are the brand and style of tire your vehicle manufacturer chose to equip your car with. But OE isn’t your only choice. And it may not be the best choice. If you don’t love your factory tires, it’s perfectly okay to choose another brand or style.
Do your tires come with a warranty?
When you buy tires from TireBuyer, your tire warranty is honored by the brand. Some manufacturers offer a series of benefits after a tire purchase including roadside assistance, road hazard and a limited period of time to trial the tires. Plus we’ll assist you with the warranty process if you ever need to file a claim.
What’s the best month to buy tires?
We recommend buying new tires before your current tires can’t deliver proper performance. But as far as the best month, or optimum time of year, drivers will benefit most from new tires during their most challenging driving season. For northern-based drivers, that’s fall and winter. Across the southern U.S., having tires at maximum tread depth is most beneficial in the rainy season, and whenever heavy rains create standing water on roadways.
Should I buy snow tires on Black Friday?
Snow tires (aka winter tires) are like a secret weapon against treacherous winter conditions. If you live in the northern part of the country, experience temperatures consistently below 45-degrees and true winter conditions through the winter months, then you’re an ideal candidate for winter tires, no matter what vehicle you drive. Black Friday can be a great time to get a good deal on winter tires. However, with the supply of winter tires being limited each season, we suggest keeping an eye out for a set that fits your ride beginning in early fall. By the time Black Friday rolls around, your chances of finding an ideal set of winter tires for your vehicle could be compromised.