January is typically the doldrums as far as tire rebates are concerned... And the trend continues for 2018.
Tire manufacturers and retailers are in reset mode after the height of tire buying season (Q4), and tire rebates are scarce.
But if your current tires won't make it another calendar year and it's time to source some fresh rubber, there are always tire rebate alternatives and available ways to save on tires.
Here's how to meaningfully save on tires whenever tire rebates are MIA:
1. Tire coupon codes are the easiest, most straightforward way to achieve equal or greater savings than with tire rebates. In fact, since no rebate forms or process is required and the savings are immediate, it could be argued that the coupon codes are the preferable option to save on tires!
Check out our current inventory of available coupon codes by clicking the link just above, or in our site menu.
2. When tire rebates are down, sometimes tire discounts are up. The "reset" process also includes tire manufacturers and retailers taking inventory, and oftentimes discounting surplus and/or discontinued stock.
So be sure to browse the product pages of your preferred online tire retailer. You might be surprised by just how much you can save even in the absence of tire rebates!