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Quality Choice tyre from blackcircles with lifetime guarantee+ X2 tescoclubcard points £43.34Each

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Quality Choice tyre from blackcircles.com comes with lifetime guarantee and X2 tesco clubcard points. Price Includes VAT, delivery, fitting, balancing and disposal of your old tyres. Shared Via T…
connectToHUKD Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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I plumbed for these tyres. Hoped that I would get Avon ones as they matched the C C 71 spec. Got Rapid p309 tyres. Yet to see how long they last.
Excellent price, hot deal :)
F1 should get these save a bomb
Seriously they have awful service in Poole where you can easily lose a day in the shop
Prob because cheap and queue
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Aye I forgot, if the wheel isn't made by BMW it's a fake, it's not as if there are companies out there that actually make aftermarket wheels for cars (BMW included)

Here's a photo of my BMW with some terrible insurance busting fake wheels.
http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa153/RickyBMW/bmwe46m3_zpsrvcj26xv.jpg
Ricky302
PsychoSonny
£100 for 4 wheels?
i take it your driving a shed then?
I'm trying to work out how price of wheels = quality of car.
PsychoSonny
for a set of second hand alloys for my car would easily be £400+, in good nick double that. brand new then £1000-£2000.
What special car is this then?

one manufactured by bmw. go have a look at the price of original OEM alloys. i could buy fakes but then my insurance would go up by a stupid amount.
I have no idea how i have managed to commute 75 miles everyday for 10 years in all conditions without these tyres and I live in rural north yorkshire.
pavel76
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The Michelin CrossClimate is a revolutionary new type of tyre that answers two regular questions: “Should I switch from summer tyres to winter tyres in November?” And: “Are ‘all season’ tyres a reliable alternative to one set for winter and one set for summer?"
Until now, the answer had been yes to both. ‘Winter’, or, correctly ‘Cold Weather’ tyres are infinitely safer than summer tyres not just in snow but whenever the temperature drops below 8 degrees centigrade. They not only get you through snow, they stop the car much more quickly on snow and ice, and also stop it more quickly in cold, wet conditions.
But changing tyres every October and March isn’t anyone’s idea of a pleasant way to spend an hour or so. Nor is having to store the spare set of tyres when they’re not in use. Nor is having an extra set of wheels and tyres for a car you might sell and which may not fit your next car.
Hence the proliferation of ‘all season’ tyres such as Goodyear Vector 4 Seasons, Vredestein Quatrac, Bridgestone A001 and Pirelli’s new P3000 Cinturato M+S.
These have been a great compromise that perform well in snow, yet can be left on the car all year round, so you only need one set of wheels and tyres.
However, ‘all season’ tyres are still basically cold weather 'winter' tyres that have been modified in terms of compound and construction to improve their performance in summer conditions.
They don’t stop the car as well in the dry as a dedicated summer tyre and the fact is that 70% of car crashes in Europe occur on dry roads.
So Michelin has been working on a tyre that not only performs almost as well as the best cold weather tyres in winter, but also works as well as the best low rolling resistance summer tyres in the summer.http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/news/miscellaneous/2015-02/michelin-crossclimate-tyres/
Michelin Cross Climate - 205/55 R16 94V XL TL £58.35 + del HEREhttp://www.honestjohn.co.uk/media/8738258/michelin-crossclimate-sipes_499x665.jpg
The only question is how long thet will last...?
I had all-season Falkens(excellent reviews) on my previous car but wear was pretty awful... Quick wear is the main concern about all-season tyres and should be taken into account

Don't be ignorant mate. Michelins have much better rating for rolling resistance comparing to Toyo and therefore should last longer. Facts. Also Toyo has lower speed rating, which could be a problem for some. Nothing impessive according to 2015 test http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Article/2015-ADAC-Winter-Tyre-Test-205-55-R16.htm

http://autoband.tv/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Toyo-Snowprox-S953-2254517.pnghttp://www.dailybits.be/wp-content/2015/03/michelin-crossclimate-bandenlabel1.jpg



Edited By: pablomalin on Oct 27, 2015 08:59: :)
So, according to auto express, in the wet, during winter temperatures, you're likely to see a 20% reduction in stopping distance using winter tyres as opposed to summer.
About 8 meters in the test

Using one type of car, one type of tyre and only one type of surface condition. Hardly a good test but it's the best I could find. I want more data but apparently the only thing everyone wants to show is how well winter tyres can climb snowy hills.. :{
It's more about marketing than facts.

To put the above numbers into perspective those running tyres near the legal tread depth (1.5mm) see an average increase of stopping distance of 37.25% as opposed to the same cars running tyres with 3mm tread depth..
From 70mph
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Dunlop Sport BluResponse 215 60 16 H 99 tyres £97.99 each fitted @ BlackCircles

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After seeing so many 205 55 16 tyre deals and needing a pair of fronts for my Smax I have looked all over the net for the last few days. This is the best price I can find for what is a well reviewed
BoroDave74 Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago6 Comments
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Not a great deal really are u mad?

feel free to post a better deal for this tyre fitted. I'm going to need more tyres at some point, I'd be happy to save more money.
Not a great deal really are u mad?
mike4scuba
Why are you looking at 215 60 16 tyres if you need 205 55 16 tyres in your description

after seeing hukd full of one size (205 55 16) tyre deals I was happy to post one in a different size which is the size I need 215 60 16.
Blackcirlces declined my cashback for a genuine purchase, so I use tyre shopper now.
Why are you looking at 215 60 16 tyres if you need 205 55 16 tyres in your description
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Tesco Clubcard points mega boost @ BlackCircles

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Make the Tesco Clubcard points you earn with Blackcircles.com go even further with Clubcard Boost - the new name for Exchange & Rewards. With the great Clubcard offerings we have on site you can use C…
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buybuybuy
You've applied the 4 multiplier twice, when you should only apply it once.

Blackcircles do NOT give you 4x Tesco Points, they give you 1x Tesco Points (so the Dunlop's purchase will be 719 points).

If you then choose to redeem your points through Tesco's 'Clubcard Boost', then you'll get;

Blinkbox: £30 credit
Avios: 1725
Cafe Rouge: £28.80 .

Having just spent £720 on tyres, the returns above are fairly modest and unexciting in my personal view.

You still around
Your a bore
leave it there
You've applied the 4 multiplier twice, when you should only apply it once.

Blackcircles do NOT give you 4x Tesco Points, they give you 1x Tesco Points (so the Dunlop's purchase will be 719 points).

If you then choose to redeem your points through Tesco's 'Clubcard Boost', then you'll get;

Blinkbox: £30 credit
Avios: 1725
Cafe Rouge: £28.80 .

Having just spent £720 on tyres, the returns above are fairly modest and unexciting in my personal view.
buybuybuy
lowrieh1
buybuybuy
It's just a regular Tesco 'Boost' not a 'Mega Boost'.

Putting 'mega' in the title implies that this is somehow better than the regular 4x Boosts which as far as I can see - it is not.

Also, the 'deal' is not very clear. It would seem that you Earn regular Tesco points through purchases at BC but as far as I can tell you can't redeem Tesco Points for vouchers to pay for tyres purchased from BC.

You are absolutely right. You can collect clubcard points by buying tyres through Black Circles, which is a good thing, as they do tyres at good prices and the bonus is the points (the 4 x their value is not great, as most of the restaurants have conditions attached to the redemption). You cannot buy your tyres at Black Circles with your clubcard vouchers, so 2x, 3x or 4x their value does not apply. This could have been a deal that got some heat if it had been pitched in a different way.

As far as calling you a freak, when they don't understand the concept of the deal they have posted, is just laughable.

Yep. This 'deal' equates to a 1% discount in it's initial form, and a 4% discount if you subsequently boost your points with Tesco Rewards.

It's a bit like saying you've saved £1 but that's worth £4 if you can find an item selling in Poundland with 75% discount on that items street price. That is basically how Blackcircle is pitching this.

On a £400 purchase of tyres, this 'deal' is worth £4. Spend those £4 wisely (through Boost) and it's worth £16. Wow. Doesn't excite me and far from 'Mega'.

On Michelin Pilot Super Sport 225/35 R19 Y (88) the tyres are £209.78 each fully fitted, £839.12 for the set - good price for Michelin. That is 839 clubcard points plus a bonus of 5,900 - other brands also do such bonus sums.

Or, if I went for the cheaper Dunlop SP Sport Maxx RT 225/35 R19 Y (88) at £179.76 each that is £179.76ea or £719.04 for the set. This offers x4 clubcard points so that is 2,876

So, using Rewards, for the Dunlops that is:

Blinkbox: £120 credit
Avios: 6900
Cafe Rouge: £115

And well over double those figures for the Michelins
lowrieh1
buybuybuy
It's just a regular Tesco 'Boost' not a 'Mega Boost'.

Putting 'mega' in the title implies that this is somehow better than the regular 4x Boosts which as far as I can see - it is not.

Also, the 'deal' is not very clear. It would seem that you Earn regular Tesco points through purchases at BC but as far as I can tell you can't redeem Tesco Points for vouchers to pay for tyres purchased from BC.

You are absolutely right. You can collect clubcard points by buying tyres through Black Circles, which is a good thing, as they do tyres at good prices and the bonus is the points (the 4 x their value is not great, as most of the restaurants have conditions attached to the redemption). You cannot buy your tyres at Black Circles with your clubcard vouchers, so 2x, 3x or 4x their value does not apply. This could have been a deal that got some heat if it had been pitched in a different way.

As far as calling you a freak, when they don't understand the concept of the deal they have posted, is just laughable.

Yep. This 'deal' equates to a 1% discount in it's initial form, and a 4% discount if you subsequently boost your points with Tesco Rewards.

It's a bit like saying you've saved £1 but that's worth £4 if you can find an item selling in Poundland with 75% discount on that items street price. That is basically how Blackcircle is pitching this.

On a £400 purchase of tyres, this 'deal' is worth £4. Spend those £4 wisely (through Boost) and it's worth £16. Wow. Doesn't excite me and far from 'Mega'.
Still waiting for my points from black circle from last year!
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MOT for £5.00 with £100 spend on tyres at Blackcircles

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Get your MOT refunded (less £5) with a voucher from Blackcircles (MOT can be done anywhere). Vouchers issued when you spend over £100 on tyres from a range of manufacturers. Their tyres are reasonab…
DavidL Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago9 Comments
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black circled are expensive now
I am surprised to see that the prices for car tyres are pretty much similar across all websites. There are no competitive prices or deals! This is crazy. I have been searching and waiting for weeks now. As for Black Circle, no idea why people go on about them. The only cheap tyre they have is their own value tyre! I am better off buying tyres locally which would be the same price as online for a premium tyre.
As for MOT, I already only pay 9.99 every year for an MOT, so black circle's offer is useless.

Edited By: badboy777 on May 22, 2013 16:10
Hot Hot used this company a few times now had tyres fitted at Halfords saving a nice sum <3
Great deal! Just be careful when ordering, if you also want an MOT, it needs to be done separately and not all in one order. The MOT voucher is generated AFTER your tyres are fitted (or delivered), so if you have an MOT at the same time as the tyre fitting it will not be covered by the voucher.

Simple rule: get your MOT separately..
Just been on the phone to them, as an order I made previously has been discontinued.

The offer is now available on many more tyre brands, including some budget one (Falken). Added are now Hankook, Pirelli, Bridgestone, Falken,

Great deal.




Edited By: barneystuta on Apr 26, 2013 12:15
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Black Circles Tyres - MOT deal

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Looks like Black Circles are doing a great deal...money back on an MOT if you are buying tyres
fergstar Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago3 Comments
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How does the deal work?
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Up to 8,000 extra Clubcard points on Michelin Tyres @ BlackCircles

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Was looking for 4 x 245/40/R19 tyres and came across this deal at Blackcircles.com. £914.44 for 4 Fully fitted Michelin Pilot Sport 3 including 9,828 Tesco Clubcard points!! That is nearly £100 i…
GreboDB Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago17 Comments
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good deal, i wont scrimp on tyres no matter what car i drive. It makes a big difference to the handling of your car.
Don't forget MyTyres and eTyres when comparing :-)
A lot of the haters seem to think everybody has 16" wheels, it's a shame.
My car cost me more than £900
Whoa!! A lot of haters here I payed £1400 for 4 Michelin tyre's on my range rover back in November so good deal
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QUADRUPLE Tesco Clubcard points on Goodyear and Dunlop tyres. blackcircles.com

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QUADRUPLE Tesco Clubcard points on Goodyear and Dunlop tyres.
R9O2g1e9r Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago40 Comments
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Blackcircles quoted £1042.88 for 4 tyres and Camskill are £866.80 for the same tyres!

19 inch runflats for BMW M sport Convertible.

Therefore voted COLD and I hate Tesco anyway


Edited By: think on Feb 20, 2013 16:29
Just had 2 tyres fitted this morning in local garage I didnt know was there but very good service and no problems , quick , easy and cheap.:)
Forget those points use Valuetyres, just bought 2 X Bridgestone EP150 Ecopia @ £57.68 each for H speed rating compared with Blackcircles price of £63.89 for a T rating . A saving of about £6 per tyre. However Blackcicles customer service is better as I think Valuetyres customer service is minimal then again the profit margin is so little so there is little scope to offer service.
MaximusRo
I looked at 185/65/R14, the Goodyear Duragrip has one of the worst characteristics, being rated E for both Fuel efficiency/Rolling resistance and for Wet grip/Braking Performance, and all this for £45.44. While for £45.64 I could buy an Avon rated C/C. I guess the Goodyear are on sale for a reason.





Not according to Tyre Shopper, the Goodyear is E / C / 67db, whilst the Avon is G / C / 71db.

G being the worst possible rating for fuel economy.

Edited By: Inactive on Jan 17, 2013 00:23
When I did this they rang to say no stock. Offered an inferior tyre and no discount plus no clubcard points on that tyre. Said just refund me and it took 5 days to get the money back
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upto 5000 Tesco clubcard on Michelin Tyres, also double club card points on any other tyres @ BlackCircles with FREE Tyre fitting service at local garage of your choice

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just bought tyre and fitting service from this website and received double Tesco club card points on my purchase and checked a bit further and found that you can get upto 5000 tesco club card points o…
shakydaniel Avatar4y, 3m agoFound 4 years, 3 months ago9 Comments
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They don't balance your wheels when new tyres are put on!
Yes they do.
The deal is about getting Tesco club card points on your purchase, and making the most of it.

The tyre fitting service is completely free at any local garage to be chosen from their list ,including timings .

For eg@ for 50£ worth of Good year Tyre, i received 200 club card points, equivalent to 2£ , so its like cashback.
so with 5000 club card points, you will get 50£ vouchers, which can be doubled to 100£ in Tesco Double club card scheme..
full free fitting service at your nearest garage, included in the price.
I checked at my local tyre service and he was offering a budget tyre for 47£ inc fitting and when i checked on this website, i got a Goodyear tyre for 50£ inc fitting at the garage which was just 0.3miles near my house, plus quadrapule club card points.
its great offer, dont know why its going down the heat..
Kwik Fit balanced mine as well when I had my tyres replaced in March. 5000 clubcard points sounds good but you have to spend £1000 on Michelin tyres to qualify.
Did you complain? Every time I have bought tyres via Blackcircles, which has been far too often, they have been balanced. Perhaps the garage you picked is not very good.
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Yokohama tyres Pay over 12 months at 0% at Blackcircles.com

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The cost of tyres is a real pain especially come MOT time. But i noticed that at Blackcircles.com you can now buy Yokohama tyres and spread the cost over 12 months and pay monthly with 0% interest.
buckfast67uk Avatar4y, 7m agoFound 4 years, 7 months ago64 Comments
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They won't entertain you for finance if you're retired.
RCUK
£240 for 195/50/15 tyres..... fitted.... thats pretty good.. £20 a month... think i might have to as i need 4.

my local supplier will charge me that for yokohamas fitted... but mine are 205/40/17
might get these for my mr2

http://www.blackcircles.com/wso/images/library/obj20180344?view=2885

nearly £500 for 4 !! oO
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richard300965
It makes me wonder how fast people are taking corners to notice that one tyre grips better than another, slow down.

Spot the Eco Eurobox driver......

What do I win?

A Prius with knackered batteries :)
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richard300965
It makes me wonder how fast people are taking corners to notice that one tyre grips better than another, slow down.

Spot the Eco Eurobox driver......

What do I win?

You've clearly never driven a tiny Fiat, you're meant to rev their little balls off and whip around roundabouts :D
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4 x 205/55/16/V Hankook I*cept Evo W310 Winter Tyres Fitted £300.96 @ BlackCircles

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Following on from last weekends deal where you could get £10 off a set of 4 x Hankook Winter tyres I spotted the following code on the Blackcircles offer page this weekend : Winter25 Get 25%…
GreboDB Avatar5y, 2w agoFound 5 years, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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I can't find where you enter the discount code for Blackcircles ? Anybody ?
Code not working for me and still in date according to OP
Hot.

Darn shame they don't do my size. :(
God, what a deal. HOT

Edited By: pablomalin on Nov 25, 2011 23:26
But its STILL Summer
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Hankook I*cept Evo W310 205/55 R16 91H Winter Tyre @ Blackcircles delivered £81.48

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You will get this price when order four and apply 'hankookwinter10' code at checkuot. 93.43 when you choose fitted option.
pablomalin Avatar5y, 2w agoFound 5 years, 2 weeks ago50 Comments
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According to this article, winter tyres provide about 10% less grip than summer tyres at temperatures above 10 Celsius. Whilst winter tyres are about 50% better in sub-zero/snowy conditions.


There is a very small drop off in performance but it's so low it isn't relevant, mostly as these tyres still perform far in excess of cheap ditchfinders at any time and there's very often more than 10% variation between tests of a group of summer tyres.
fat-pudding
judderman
What problems would you have if you left winter tyres all year round?

Nothing, they wear out a bit more quickly and generally have lower speed ratings than summer tyres. I've been running my winter tyres all year as I couldn't afford a set of summer tyres and there's been no problem. I've got Nokian WR G2 on my car and in 7000 miles they've worn about 1.5mm on the front and 0.5mm on the rear.

Hankook are good tyres too, used by VW, BMW and Ford as standard fit on some models.

According to this article, winter tyres provide about 10% less grip than summer tyres at temperatures above 10 Celsius. Whilst winter tyres are about 50% better in sub-zero/snowy conditions.

http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Article/Summer-VS-Winter-tyres-Warm-weather-performance.htm

Just goes to show what optimists us Brits are that most of us run summer tyres all year round rather than winter tyres would probably make more sense with our miserable summers!

Winter tyres tested in the wet video feature by autocar.co.uk - YouTube

Find out how Michelin winter tyres perform next to all-weather tyres in a Ford Focus in standard wet conditions. Do winter tyres compromise performance if used in temperatures above seven degrees Celsius?


Edited By: SteveAWOL on Nov 21, 2011 06:54
For the size I was interested in 225 55 16, camskill come up significantly cheaper around £45 cheaper on the price for 4 delivered. But I'm still undecided...
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kemot1984
It should be illegal to drive on summer tyres when the temperature drops below 7 degrees for a certain number of consecutive days (as it is in many countries)! All the accidents last winter contributed to the massive hike in insurance premiums. Many of the accidents could have been avoided if people drove on winter tyres.


Don't you mean, if people learned to drive properly?

Yes. Far too many ignorant and brainless drivers think that you can continue to drive as you do in the summer.
[quote=samoyed]Be careful of the speed ratings guys, I bought some winter tyres last year and had to look long and hard to find V rated available that my manufacturer states should be fitted according to the manual, I know you won't get to the rated speed unless you drive off a cliff, but H rated (130MPH) is slower than V (149MPH) and fitting anything other than the manufacturers recommended means you've got to tell your insurers and they usually up the premiums or invalidate your insurance, anything to rip you off a few quid...

BTW I've had Hankook on my GT4 for years and love 'em, and winter tyres on my 4x4 made a world of difference, stopped me 30 - 50% shorter distance and no wheel spin on takeoff at all, so well worth the expense... BTW winter tyres I got for 4x4 were cheap Nankang or sommat make, but I was very impressed.

Not quite correct. You can fit a higher speed rated tyre e.g. V instead of H and you don't have to tell your insurer. But if you fitted a lower speed rated tyre or a smaller rim size e.g. 15" instead of 16" or a bigger rim size e.g.17" instead of 16" your insurer could refuse to pay out in the event of an accident. There is no need to tell them if you change to winter or all-season tyres so long as the rim size and minimum speed ratings are quoted in your owners manual for the model you drive.
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Buy a set of 4 Michelin tyres @ BlackCircles and get £40 back in fuel vouchers!

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Get £40 back in fuel vouchers when you buy a set of 4 Michelin tyres. Simply complete this claim form and post it back with your original receipt to the address below: MICHELIN INDEPENDENT FUEL…
THEMOSH70 Avatar5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago3 Comments
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Great deal IMO....

I only need two tyres and was looking at black circles last night, I was gutted to see this offer for four!
I normally buy my energys from costco which is great for four (20% off every so often) but the per tyre cost is about the same on black circles and a much shorter drive for me!

HOWEVER I noticed another deal on hotdeals for £25 in fuel vouchers for the purchase of 2 Michelin tyres. Phone 0845 3661587 in advance of your purchase, register and they e-mail you the forms / info.

Promo runs until September claim by Oct! £25 to spend on fuel in Sainsburys.

Two fitted tyres for around £136 (discount code & quidco) & £25 back in vouchers, plus if you believe the adverts energy's pay for themselves in fuel savings too.... Can't be bad!
French or Italian? Both will surrender in the wet!
Hmm, or buy Pirelli P1 tyres which are slightly cheaper and better fuel economy.
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Car Tyres Save up to 40% on Car Tyres, Van & 4x4 Tyres @ BlackCircles

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Be soft, first deal thing After all the bad weather at christmas and with all the grit and salt lying on the road attacking the tyres alot of people will need new tyres for the cars. This is the
DannyM Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago23 Comments
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and continuously slagging off the poster with inane comments helps just as much!!
WOW - I understand why the deals are getting worse on here!

People try and help out and just get ripped into and slagged off multiple times!!

Let's all stick to 'Pears 5 for a £1 at Tesco' to avoid conflict and no longer post 'Sale threads' or deals we think are decent, eh...........
Thank you very much :) when i need them again ill try there then.
a total of 6quid ? or something similar, plus if tyreshoppers is anything like event tyres then they dont come near glasgow. where as i knew for a fact blackcirlces do and you are able to use vouchers to bring cost down aswell, if i had realised before then, it would of worked out cheaper.
I can see that the temp is cold and I understand why people will have voted it cold but, for some they can get a deal, i just thought id share my experience with them to allow others to benefit from it, not to have someone who clearly has nothing better to do with there time, attempt to be smart with their sarcasm, because that in my opinion is alot of ****. just personal opinion mind
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Pirelli P6000 £66,48 Goodyear Eagles NCT5 £65.66 fitted £66.48

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i just did a search for some tyres via kwik fit, national and this tyre - very good tyre - p6000 the search i did was for Tyre Size 205/55V16 this was 66.48 delieverd, balanced and valve fitted
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I have just used this company to buy a new Michelin tyre to match the others on my car. Once you take off Quidco the price is about the same as Charlie Browns and a lot cheaper than Kwik-Fit, however the fitter is coming to my house to fit and balance the tyre, seems like a bargain to me.
I have the P6000 on my 306TD, they are these eco tyres or something so they last longer (which has'nt really been the case for me) I've had no problems in the wet, but I've always driven carefully coz of its **** breaks.

This tyre is fine for this type of car and the sort of driving I do in it. My other car is a Honda Type R so will steer clear of the P6000 with that.

Also I would never visit a KwikFit again. They did a free break check on my 306 and damaged the drums coz they did'nt know how to take them apart correctly.
carphead;2040063
I have a pair of P6000 on my Mazda 6 and I'd have to agree with the comments posted.


I too have a Mazda 6 (Diesel) and have Continental Sport Contact 2 on the front, and some ****** "Kings Tyres" on the back, the back one's are awful, but the Continentals are lasting very well, 8000 miles and the tread depth has barely changed. Seems to be a fair amount of grip on them too. :thumbsup:

Now the back one's, are terrible, i nearly lost the back end going left about 20mph on a roundabout :roll:
p6000 scary tyres, had them twice on a previous car and i can vouch for them being terrible in the wet. I was getting them for £55 each fitted (National Tyre) and that was almost 3 years ago...
Voted cold - not the best tyre for the price.

I always go Goodyear or Continental, Hyragrip seem to be a good for the money if you shop around...

Anyone around Coventry/Nuneaton - Brittannia Tyres are the way to go!

Grimmie
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Pirelli P6000 tyres - 195/50/15 ! Bargain! £30.61 (without delivery) and 5 % discount available!

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Great Pirelli P6000 tyres with V speed rating! They are cheaper than the same P6000 with lower T rating! Great price - cheapest I could find elswhere is arround 45 pounds! You have to add 10 pou…
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Thanks for the information! Any ideas on where I can find tires surrey? I would like to find something a little closer to where I live. Thanks again!
You can get the michelin for £70 each at costco
michellin man myself. Although at £135 each, theirs no room for change :(
I have to agree with other remarks on here...Ive got these on my Puma and in the wet they are not great, in the dry though they are fantastic.
I used to have these Pirelli P6000's on my car, and believe me they are dangerous as hell in the wet. I could get them for £25 a tyre from my local RapidFit with the V Rating.

Still a good price, but brace yourself with the puddles.