QUADRUPLE Tesco Clubcard points on Goodyear and Dunlop tyres. blackcircles.com
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QUADRUPLE Tesco Clubcard points on Goodyear and Dunlop tyres. blackcircles.com

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Found 11th Jan 2013
QUADRUPLE Tesco Clubcard points on Goodyear and Dunlop tyres.
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Cold from me. Cos Black circles are screwing the garages that fit for them.
Hot from me as i need 4 new tyres on my A6
cold from me coz i'm too tyred to bovver.
entered 2 types no luck so cold looks like they have very limited stock!!!!!!!!!!!
Cold from me because black circle prices are not the bargin they used to be.
can find cheaper elsewhere
Camskill usually cheaper and then take them to local indy to fit. Stick 2 fingers up to the garages that wont fit tyres unless they supply them. I'm happy to sign a waiver to state that the tyres are 3rd party and the fitter carries no responsibility for them, but corporate britain cant cope with this.
wakeywildcats

Cold from me. Cos Black circles are screwing the garages that fit for … Cold from me. Cos Black circles are screwing the garages that fit for them.



The garages dont have to fit them!
FREEZING COLD, so take advantage of this hot offer and get some winter tyres.
camskill is much cheaper generally
Tyre Shopper is far cheaper for me, stuff the Tesco Points.
Excellent service from black circles. I had a problem with the garage who fitted my tires (cross threaded the wheel nuts) which caused over £1000 worth of damage, Black Circles covered all the costs and were very helpful the whole time.
skumari

camskill is much cheaper generally



Do camskill offer a fitting service?
Used Blackcircles for years until they started the Tv advertising campaign and prices shot up. Camskill are considerably cheaper with far cheaper delivery as well.
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black circles used to be quite keenly priced tescos sorted that out
Very difficult to bargain with a website, your local tyre fitter will probably be able to offer you an equally good price, especially if you're buying more than one tyre.
Good prices with tcb and club card points, local garage can't really compete here.
Floydbluemental

Very difficult to bargain with a website, your local tyre fitter will … Very difficult to bargain with a website, your local tyre fitter will probably be able to offer you an equally good price, especially if you're buying more than one tyre.



Agreed.
Too expensive I've found when looking for tyres on this site, most brands can be had much cheaper from camskill.
£118 fitted per corner isn't bad for Goodyear 225/40 R18. CC points are a bonus as I use them for cinema tickets. Hot for me.
Great i need some new tyres for my fleet of luxury, exotic, designer and generally very expensive cars...
Edited by: "theroman" 16th Jan 2013
Hot from me brought 2 yokohamas today with triple nectar points, was thinking of posting this deal.
The last time I was shopping around for tyres I found the exact same tyres (Toyo Proxes T1-R) significantly cheaper on tyretraders.com I then found an extra discount code on their facebook/twitter page. The tyres were delivered directly to and fitted by a local independent tyre specialist garage less than 1 mile from me (that I didn't even know existed).

Definitely worth shopping around since hard-cold cash is often better than clubcard points.
lugsy3

Hot from me brought 2 yokohamas today with triple nectar points, was … Hot from me brought 2 yokohamas today with triple nectar points, was thinking of posting this deal.



Are Yokohomas a decent tyre? I am current looking out for 4 x 225/45/17 run flats for my BMW 320 and was favouring the Continental Sport 3
lord_trumpington

Are Yokohomas a decent tyre? I am current looking out for 4 x 225/45/17 … Are Yokohomas a decent tyre? I am current looking out for 4 x 225/45/17 run flats for my BMW 320 and was favouring the Continental Sport 3



Yes & they are much better than any runflat. I hated the runflats on my mini.
Some will say great some will say rubbish. I have used yokies before and always been impressed with wear, grip, noise and cost.Didn't know about tyretraders and just checked exactly the same tyres are about £1.25 cheaper but I get 471 clubcard points and the garage is only 1 mile away.
Edited by: "lugsy3" 16th Jan 2013
I've always used Continential (205/60 R16 H) for my car ... they are too expensive now.

Any recommendations for cheaper brand alternatives?
iDealYou

I've always used Continential (205/60 R16 H) for my car ... they are too … I've always used Continential (205/60 R16 H) for my car ... they are too expensive now.Any recommendations for cheaper brand alternatives?



Cooper and Avon are worth a look
iDealYou

I've always used Continential (205/60 R16 H) for my car ... they are too … I've always used Continential (205/60 R16 H) for my car ... they are too expensive now.Any recommendations for cheaper brand alternatives?



Find a forum for your car, they'll be recommendations for alternatives.

My Skoda vRs had 205/55/17 Conti sports and when it came to replace they were over £150/corner, plus only a few manufacturers offered that size.
Onto Briskoda forum, recommendation was for 225/45/17 - well within tolerances and rims could take them fine. Saved nearly £150 after fitting and massive grip with GY F1's.

Having been fleeced by Black Circles a few years ago, gonna vote cold as Camskill have always been good for me.
Edited by: "hapless" 16th Jan 2013
hapless

Find a forum for your car, they'll be recommendations for alternatives.My … Find a forum for your car, they'll be recommendations for alternatives.My Skoda vRs had 205/55/17 Conti sports and when it came to replace they were over £150/corner, plus only a few manufacturers offered that size.Onto Briskoda forum, recommendation was for 225/45/17 - well within tolerances and rims could take them fine. Saved nearly £150 after fitting and massive grip with GY F1's.Having been fleeced by Black Circles a few years ago, gonna vote cold as Camskill have always been good for me.


thanks!
lord_trumpington

Cooper and Avon are worth a look


thanks!
Seems like a wheely good deal.
One of the better tyre on-line companies.
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.

This data is based on:
"In November 2012 a new piece of legislation comes into force that required the majority of new tyres to come with EU set Tyre Labels.

Although the legislation was reported on - to a small degree - in media outlets such as the BBC, there is not a great deal of information out there for consumers.

Many important figures within the tyre industry called this new piece of legislation the biggest change to hit the tyre market in over 50 years and they were not wrong.

This is why we have spent time developing the following EU Tyre Label guide. We want to help you understand exactly what it is, why it has come to be and how it will affect you.

The new legislation will become active on the 1st November 2012. However, tyres produced from the 1st July 2012 onwards were required to be tested and labelled. So it is possible that you may see the labels before the official start date.

It's handy to know… There is a difference of 7.5% in fuel efficiency between an A and G rated tyre.
t's handy to know… The difference in braking distance between an A and G rated tyre can be as much as 18 metres (approx. 4 car lengths).
It's handy to know… The noise level of a 3 sound wave rated tyre will be literally three times that of a single sound wave rated tyre.
"

Edited by: "MaximusRo" 16th Jan 2013
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
MaximusRo

I looked at 185/65/R14, the Goodyear Duragrip has one of the worst … 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" 17th Jan 2013
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.
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.:)
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" 20th Feb 2013
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