Black Friday Tire Deals

If you’re hunting for a bargain, there’s no better day than Black Friday. Except for maybe Cyber Monday. OK, there’s no better days thank Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

We’ve rounded up some of the very best Tire Rack Black Friday deals and Discount Tire Black Friday deals. Oh, and we’ve got some solid deals on other products from Amazon too.

First up, Discount Tire has a pretty amazing deal this year. You can get up to 15% off sets of tires thanks to a mail-in rebate. PLUS you can also get up to $75 back on select sets of tires.

Basically, there’s no better time to buy tires than during this sale, which runs from Thursday, November 28th through Monday, December 1st.

Another place to save is over at Goodyear.com, which is the only tire manufacturer where you can buy direct. Goodyear is offering $100 off as well as up to $150 in rebates on Goodyear, Dunlop and Kelly tires.

What Store Has the Best Black Friday Deals?

There’s no simple answer to that question, especially when you’re talking about clothes or tech. Thankfully there are limited options when it comes to buying tires online. Plus, it’s not like these retailers offer one deal for all tires. In fact, they do quite the opposite, pushing unique deals for each brand ranging from $50 to $100 off. Generally, most brands do $50 to $75 off on a regular bases. We recommend, for Black Friday Tire Deals and Cyber Monday Tire Deals to get at least $75 off. Otherwise you can likely get the same deal some other time during the year.

Two of our favorite for deals are Discount Tire and Priority Tire.

 

When is the Best Time to Buy Tires?

If you pay attention, you’ll be buying tires when its convenient for you. Pay attention to the wear on your current set and replace or upgrade when your old tires are getting worn.

Throughout the year there are numerous occasions to get great deals on tires – although Black Friday is usually the best. Other great times include pretty much any long weekend in the summer. Retailers will offer deals on Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day weekends. Most retailers also offer a selection of decent deals on a month-by-month basis, so if you can’t wait and need tires now, hit up one of these retailers below to see what the current offers are.

Discount Tire Deals

Priority Tire Deals

 

39% Off the Upgraded Trekpow G22 1500A Peak Car Jump Starter

 

 


35% Off Oasser Air Compressor Portable Mini Air Inflator Hand Held Tire Pump


15% Off Armor All Premiere Car Care Kit


23% Off Sunfero Ratchet Straps


28% Off BESTEK 300 Watt Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter Car Adapter DC 12V to AC 110V


63% Off This Portable Air Compressor


35% Off This Avid Power Polisher


32% Off This Armor All Polish Refill


21% Off LED Light Bars


15% Off Coleman Powersports 196cc/6.5HP Bike


31% Off Seah Hardware Universal Roof Rack Cross-Bars


55% Off This Pro Level Autel Diagnostic Tool


49% Off this Battery Tender 12V, 5A Battery Charger

 


40% Off Chemical Guys P40 Quick Detailer


27% Off the Chemical Guys HOL169 16-Piece Arsenal Builder Wash Kit with TORQ Foam Cannon, Bucket and (6) 16 oz Care Products

 

BLACK FRIDAY WINTER TIRE DEALS

Is Black Friday a good time to buy winter tires? Well, that depends. For many in the colder states, the winter season is already here by this point, so we recommend getting winter tires installed before the end of November. Remember, winter tires work better than conventional tires below 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7  degrees celsius). And when considering that number, don’t think about the daytime high either. How often are you driving around at noon? (Not often). Instead most drivers are commuting first thing in the morning (when it’s cold and dark) and in the later afternoon – when it’s also cold and dark come November.

All that said, if you don’t have winter tires by now and you need some, Black Friday is certainly a good last try to get your vehicle equipped with some proper winter tires. Plus, not only are the deals good because it’s Black Friday, but retailers are eager to move out any inventory so they don’t have to sit on it for another year.

Why is it Called Black Friday?

Why is it called Black Friday? Well, it’s pretty simple really. For traditional brick and mortar stores this Friday marks the real kick-off for the Christmas buying season. With many retailers selling as much as 50% of their merchandise during that period, the first 10 months of the year can be a wash when it comes to profits. Black Friday is the day that a balance sheet goes from being in the red (not profitable) to “in the black” (profitable).

Black Friday Deals on Truck Parts

If you’re hunting for some amazing Black Friday deals on truck parts and accessories for your pickup, SUV or Jeep, be sure to check out the latest offerings from 4WheelParts here.