Costco Michellin Tyres deals back on Upto £100 free shopping vouchers
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Costco Michellin Tyres deals back on Upto £100 free shopping vouchers

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Found 8th Jan 2015
Various deals are about see image below for the size / offer available . Must buy in pairs, includes fitting and free nitrogen inflation (meant to be better fuel economy than just air)

Full range available but youll need to phone your local branch for prices

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Original Poster

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Used to buy all my tyres at Costco but it's cheaper to get them from Amazon and have them fitted.

Agreed, much better deals elsewhere.

Oh dear,not voting but Costco loosing price standards! Also I keep hearing costco ain't what it use to be.?? I myself tend to pick up few thing from there but gotta be wise not filling that big trolly when there ain't any pro'mos going lol
Edited by: "MRPRO_MO2012" 9th Jan 2015

be warned the back to front fitting aswell.u can't have new tyres on the front!!

Original Poster

def pays to be competitive and check around

but they do taxi and winter tyres too, which are less avail else where
so worth checking if youre in the market

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pidgeofcdf

be warned the back to front fitting aswell.u can't have new tyres on the … be warned the back to front fitting aswell.u can't have new tyres on the front!!



best tyres *should* always go on the rear - regardless of front or rear drive car though, so thats a good thing !

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Dryosh

Used to buy all my tyres at Costco but it's cheaper to get them from … Used to buy all my tyres at Costco but it's cheaper to get them from Amazon and have them fitted.



If you have a nice car with nice wheels, you will care about fitting standards - had a complete Gorilla ruin a wheel on my shiny new Scirocco (unrepairable puncture in the frst week of ownership) back in 2009 using little jemmy bars to lever the old tyre off the rim, and was an approved tyre fitter for black circles. Costco have the right equipment and for the sake of usually £2 a tyre potentially cheaper elsewhere if you look around hard enough, i'll continue to use Costco.

Costco also stock Bridgestones now, but I would not recommend them - the wet grip is abysmal for a "premium tyre", they're very noisy and the cashback/voucher promotions Costco regularly run only apply to the Michelins (which are all round good tyres).

They also do various mich models too

monkeyhanger75

If you have a nice car with nice wheels, you will care about fitting … If you have a nice car with nice wheels, you will care about fitting standards - had a complete Gorilla ruin a wheel on my shiny new Scirocco (unrepairable puncture in the frst week of ownership) back in 2009 using little jemmy bars to lever the old tyre off the rim, and was an approved tyre fitter for black circles. Costco have the right equipment and for the sake of usually £2 a tyre potentially cheaper elsewhere if you look around hard enough, i'll continue to use Costco.



The Michelins were\are £108 each for my car from Costco, the ones on amazon are £58 for branded (I forget which brand, continental?) and £8 to fit at a dedicated tyre place (Hawleys) if it was just £2 then yes I agree but its £40 a pop and yes its a nice car with nice rims, new Impreza.

Dryosh

The Michelins were\are £108 each for my car from Costco, the ones on … The Michelins were\are £108 each for my car from Costco, the ones on amazon are £58 for branded (I forget which brand, continental?) and £8 to fit at a dedicated tyre place (Hawleys) if it was just £2 then yes I agree but its £40 a pop and yes its a nice car with nice rims, new Impreza.



Well watch your rims then, point out how they've not got a scratch on them prior to fitment.

Going off the prices you're quoting, i'd say you priced Michelin PS3s in 225/40/18 (they're the size for my current car and seem suitable for an Impreza, that's how I know how much they are). They're coming in at £97 on Amazon, most of it's equivalent peers (contisport 5 = £92, Pirelli P-Zero = £83, Goodyear Eagle F1 Asy2 = £113) are around there once you consider fitting costs - Unless i've got the size wrong (I might, maybe more than 1 size at Costco are around £108 each), the tyres you are seeing for £58 won't be top tier manufacturer, or they'll be part worn.

Seeing some "Kenda" for around £59 each and a few others i've never heard of (budget brands) for around the £57 mark on Amazon.

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mrwhitelabel

best tyres *should* always go on the rear - regardless of front or rear … best tyres *should* always go on the rear - regardless of front or rear drive car though, so thats a good thing !http://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/safety/car-tyres.html

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monkeyhanger75

Well watch your rims then, point out how they've not got a scratch on … Well watch your rims then, point out how they've not got a scratch on them prior to fitment. Going off the prices you're quoting, i'd say you priced Michelin PS3s in 225/40/18 (they're the size for my current car and seem suitable for an Impreza, that's how I know how much they are). They're coming in at £97 on Amazon, most of it's equivalent peers (contisport 5 = £92, Pirelli P-Zero = £83, Goodyear Eagle F1 Asy2 = £113) are around there once you consider fitting costs - Unless i've got the size wrong (I might, maybe more than 1 size at Costco are around £108 each), the tyres you are seeing for £58 won't be top tier manufacturer, or they'll be part worn.Seeing some "Kenda" for around £59 each and a few others i've never heard of (budget brands) for around the £57 mark on Amazon.



It was over a year ago when I bought at Costco so prices are bound to have changed, I'll check them out next time I'm in.cheers.

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barberbetts

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try copying and pasting it direct.
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