This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sam’s Club for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Buying new tires is something I have always dreaded in the past because they aren’t super cheap, but you also obviously don’t want to wear your tires down to no tread in the process of putting it off as long as possible. That’s why I was happy to see that as a Sam’s Club member, I can not only get great prices on things we buy most trips like water, cat litter and those delicious pretzels, and filling up the gas tank, but also those rarer and more expensive purchases like a new set of tires. Between all the savings and extra perks, it’s always a no-brainer to renew whenever our Sam’s Club membership is close to expiring. If you’re in need of new tires after a summer of road trips or to get ready for that last road trip this summer, check out some of the savings you can get along with the extra benefits of purchasing tires at Sam’s Club. Why the Tire Installation Package is a Must-Have Did you know that in addition to a great price, Sam’s Club also includes a Tire Installation Package* with each tire purchase for just $15 per tire or $25 per dually tire? Proper tire maintenance is so important when you’re driving the family around! Here are some of the benefits and services of the Tire Installation Package:
- Tire mounting
- Tire lifetime balancing AND rotation
- A value stem
- No-charge tire lifetime flat repair (I think this is an awesome perk!)
- 24-hour roadside emergency service
*Complete terms and conditions of all Sam’s Club warranties and services can be obtained at any Sam’s Club Tire and Batter Center location.
How to Save During Sam’s Club Dare to Compare Offer
All you have to do is bring a valid “all-in-one” quote from a tire sales and installation retailer to your Sam’s Club Tire and Battery Center service counter to be price matched. The quote must be printed on dealer or retailer letterhead and be dated within the last 7 business days. The tires must also be the same brand, same line, same load index, and same speed rating as the tires you intend to purchase at Sam’s Club. Since Sam’s Club does carry some club-specific tire lines, Sam’s Club will compare the club-specific tires to the equivalent general market tire line. See more information the #DareToCompare information page.