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Up to £80 Sainsbury's Gift Card When You Buy Goodyear Tyres @ Kwik Fit

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Kwikfit deal.. Basically buy ANY four 19'' tyres and get a free £80 giftcard from Sainsubury. Some budget brands are around £60 per corner (inc fitting), so after two tyres, this works out at £4…
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6m, 8h agoFound 6 months, 8 hours ago
Kwikfit deal..

Basically buy ANY four 19'' tyres and get a free £80 giftcard from Sainsubury.

Some budget brands are around £60 per corner (inc fitting), so after two tyres, this works out at £40 per corner..

Not bad.. (Posting amended due to popular demand)
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#1
Think you need to check the details on this one.

Buy 2 or 3 Goodyear tyres with a rim diameter of 15" to 16" and claim a £10 Sainsbury’s Gift Card
Buy 2 or 3 Goodyear tyres with a rim diameter of 17" to 18" and claim a £20 Sainsbury’s Gift Card
Buy 2 or 3 Goodyear tyres with a rim diameter of 19" or above and claim a £40 Sainsbury’s Gift Card
Or

Buy 4 Goodyear tyres with a rim diameter of 15" to 16" and claim a £20 Sainsbury’s Gift Card
Buy 4 Goodyear tyres with a rim diameter of 17" to 18" and claim a £40 Sainsbury’s Gift Card
Buy 4 Goodyear tyres with a rim diameter of 19" or above and claim an £80 Sainsbury’s Gift Card
#2
cold as misleading deal. link specifies £10 for 2 15" tyres.
2 Likes #3
firstofficer

Kwikfit deal..
Basically buy ANY two 15'' tyres and get £80 giftcard from Sainsubury.
Some budget brands are around £60 per corner (inc fitting), so after two tyres, this works out at £20 per corner..
Not bad..
This should get so cold that you'll need winter tyres!
#4
Have to have 19" Wheels to claim the £80 for 4 Tyres. OP says buying 4x 15" will get you £80 which isnt true max you can claim is £20 for 4x.
Also they charging automatically for Valves,Balancing,Disposal so add an additional £52 to your bill for 4x Tyres.
Avoid

https://s18.postimg.org/sg0wp10x5/Screenshot_2.jpg
3 Likes #5
And by the time you had your tyres fitted, they will have fitted new shock absorbers, new brakes after convincing you that your car has only weeks left on the road unless they fit these parts.
1 Like #6
Kwikfit is usually a good reliable company. I've never had any issues taking my M5 there.. They usually sort out good deals and also do cheap oil changes.

Edited By: firstofficer on Aug 29, 2016 16:59: .
#7
Kwik fit , naaaaaa
I'd rather not be ripped off for parts not required
#8
kwik fit if only they lived upto their name, i can fit a tyre faster smh
2 Likes #9
Probably save more than 80 quid a set by going elsewhere. .
#10
I tried it but when I put in the tyre size no Goodyears were displayed.
#11
No Goodyear F1 Asymmetric 3 in 225/40/18 size, only F1 A2 for £118 each. Buy 2 and get a £20 voucher. OR.... order 2 F1 A3 in same size from Blackcircles for £30 less per tyre and get a better, newer tyre. Tough one...
#12
ahenners
No Goodyear F1 Asymmetric 3 in 225/40/18 size, only F1 A2 for £118 each. Buy 2 and get a £20 voucher. OR.... order 2 F1 A3 in same size from Blackcircles for £30 less per tyre and get a better, newer tyre. Tough one...

Yeah that's a close call. On balance, I'd probably choose Kwikfit due to the better reputation and more skilled engineers..
#13
Wouldn't touch kwik fit with a barge pole. Ex bird went in with a slight oil leak after being quoted £800 she took it to a local garage who sorted it for £45 and 2 year later sold the car with no issues from the repair. Heard many other horror stories.
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firstofficer
I'd probably choose Kwikfit due to the better reputation and more skilled engineers..

Funniest thing ive read on here all evening , what a cracker
Also is their such a thing as a cheap oil change in a m5
Are they putting the correct grade oil in is my question oO
#15
firstofficer
ahenners
No Goodyear F1 Asymmetric 3 in 225/40/18 size, only F1 A2 for £118 each. Buy 2 and get a £20 voucher. OR.... order 2 F1 A3 in same size from Blackcircles for £30 less per tyre and get a better, newer tyre. Tough one...
Yeah that's a close call. On balance, I'd probably choose Kwikfit due to the better reputation and more skilled engineers..
Since when did Kwikfit, or any other similar establishment, employ engineers?
#16
Bradleigh
firstofficer
I'd probably choose Kwikfit due to the better reputation and more skilled engineers..
Funniest thing ive read on here all evening , what a cracker
Also is their such a thing as a cheap oil change in a m5
Are they putting the correct grade oil in is my question oO

They use castor edge 5w40 which this the recommended one.. They also provide 7 litres which is what is required and remove the under tray free. I usually tip them a couple of quid..
#17
Kwik fit, never again.
#18
Firstofficer
What year and model is your m5 out of interest
#19
Bradleigh
Firstofficer
What year and model is your m5 out of interest

It's quite an old 2011 model.. Auto.. Very heavy on fuel and stuff.. You got one too?
#20
firstofficer
Bradleigh
Firstofficer
What year and model is your m5 out of interest
It's quite an old 2011 model.. Auto.. Very heavy on fuel and stuff.. You got one too?
Naaa , prefer my BMWs older if I'm honest
E28 , E34 etc
#21
Bradleigh
firstofficer
Bradleigh
Firstofficer
What year and model is your m5 out of interest
It's quite an old 2011 model.. Auto.. Very heavy on fuel and stuff.. You got one too?
Naaa , prefer my BMWs older if I'm honest
E28 , E34 etc

Yeah they're good.. Probably better quality in terms of build. Been having some issues with the box recently.. Common fault I heard..

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