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AmEx Offers: Spend $50 Get $15 Back @ BWS (Online); Spend $400 Get $125 Back @ Bob Jane T-Mart (In-Store)

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BWS Max enrolments reached.
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Save the offer to your Card and spend $50 or more, in one or more transactions, online only at www.bws.com.au by 1 Dec 2016 to receive one $15 credit. Limited to the first 20,000 Cards to save the offer. Exclusions apply.

Thanks Peck for 5OFFNOW code ($5 off first Click & Collect order with $40 min spend).


Bob Jane T-Mart Max enrolments reached.
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Save the offer to your Card and spend $400 or more, in one transaction, in-store only at Bob Jane T-Mart by 31 Dec 2016 to receive one $125 credit. Limited to the first 10,000 Cards to save the offer. Exclusions apply.

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  • -1 vote

    Both these offers showed up on my DJs American Express :)

  • +11 votes

    Just before the gift card crew asks, no can't get gift cards as it redirects you to Everyday Gift Cards instead.

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    Doesn't appear in the exclusions, so could you get the Bridgestone buy 3 get 1 free on this deal?

    http://www.bobjane.com.au/tyres/bridgestone/potenza-adrenali...

    • +7 votes

      If so that's a pretty nice saving on a set of new tyres

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      Very nice. Unfortunately I already bought 4 new tyres earlier this year. (on buy 3 get 1 free deal) but this would have been the icing on the cake!

    • +5 votes

      Woohoo. Buying 5 Hankook Dynapro 265/75/16 (as per catalogue) and buy 3 get 4 deal as well.

      $229 each - so 5 tyres is 4x$229 = $916.

      Registered both mine and my wife's card. So I'll pay $450 on one card, and $466 on the other. Total discount = $250.

      Total cost of 5 tyres =
      Pay 4 = $916
      less AMEX credit $250 (2x125)
      Total = $666
      Cost per tyre = $133.20 for a $230 tyre!

  • +2 votes

    Bob Jane sell gift cards?

  • -1 vote

    BWS sell ciggys so if you smoke maybe it can give you cheap stuff?

  • +4 votes

    And if you hold a CBA AMEX, Bob Jane is a bonus partner until 3 December (1 bonus point per dollar).

  • +1 vote

    Dam, I just got new tyres.

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    Does BWS sell telstra pre-paid mobile recharge?

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    Just replaced set Tyers from them. Sugar

  • +7 votes

    Thanks OP, i can continue to fuel my rampant alcoholism

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    Cool! A couple of bailey gift packs make good Xmas presents

  • +5 votes

    For the Bob Jane one, just note a couple of stores are excluded from the promotion, including the main store in Canberra (Fyshwick).

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    Excludes online purchases. Offer valid at Australian locations only.

  • +1 vote

    Dumb question but if I sign up for an AE credit card, would I be eligible for these offers?

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    Guys I have no clue about tyres, but would the Bridgestone Potenza Re003 be ok for honda civic?

    • +1 vote

      I am also getting Re003 - saw few comments/review and they are pretty good.

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      Honestly, all you need is to match the diameter, width and aspect ratios of the new tyre with your old ones. Usually comes in the form of "175/55R15" printed on your tyres, with 175 being diameter, 55 being aspect and R15 being width. Since its a honda civic, you won't really need to worry yourself about load weights and such. Re003 are nice tyres, might be a bit pricey but with these two promotions should be a bargin.

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      RE003 are a "high performance" sport tyre. not really aimed at city run-about cars or drivers. They will have a higher wear rate than your standard bridgestone family car tyre. Having said that they are super grippy tyres so go for it if you want a quality sport tyre.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks for your input everyone, much appreciated =)

        I know these are overkill for a honda but 4 tyres for 275 is a steal!

        Only issue I have now is, 3 tyres x 129 = $387, which is under 400.

        A few questions:
        - does anyone know if bob jane fix scratches on the rims (I scraped the passenger side rims last week trying to park)
        -I hear you have to get the tyres rotated and aligned every 6mths? Is this usually free if you buy the tyres from them or is this something you pay for?

        I'm trying to get over 400 so might try one of the above…

        • +2 votes

          Add wheel alignment is the most useful. It's usually additional (balance is free) for a promo/entry level product like this (you can always try to negotiate cheaper price, but I doubt they'd throw it free for such set).

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          @hanofee:

          Ok so dumb question, if they're going to be changing all 4 tyres, they don't do a wheel alignment then?

          I always thought wheel alignment and balance was the same thing.. :/

        • +1 vote

          @montorola: They're different. And I believe alignment is necessary when putting new set of tyres (balance is always included for free). Google "wheel balance vs alignment" :). And oh, as far as I can remember, Bob Jane will give free aligment on the first service (for next time), it's part of buying a set with them, where a place like Bridgestone only gives free check/balance.

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          @hanofee:

          Thanks for the clarification hanofee! :D

          Yes, I shall google now haha

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          They've given us a booklet for various future services, eg free rotation after (i think) 3 month/5,000km.

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          @hanofee:

          Whilst a wheel alignment is good, they do not need to be done at every tyre change. Sure, if you want to/can no worries, but unless you hit gutters everywhere you go, the wheels will not be out of alignment.

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      I just put RE003s on my Subaru last week. They're amazing. Highly recommended from reviews and tyre shops. Noticeable difference with grip.

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    Shame BWS deal is online only.

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    Dows Bob Jane sells gc in store ?

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    Does jane bob sell gift cards?

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    Can someone recommend some tyres for a Mazda 3 that is getting on in years, that only goes back and forth from nearby shopping centres with the very occasional longer trip to the coast? Don't care about performance but interested in fuel saving. TIA

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      Just go with the Bridgestone Potenza :)

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      Yokohama BluEarth AE01

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      I'd just get the Potenza's simply because of the combined amex deal and 4-for-price-of-3 deal.

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        Edit: to YOTR

        I am getting RE003s for my 2006 SP23, but understand they may be overkill for you.

        Try reading through this thread to get some ideas.

        I think Ecopia might be more up your alley.

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          What's the tyre size for your SP23? I'd like to get the RE003 but they don't have the size 195/65R15 for my Mazda 3 Neo (2012). So my options are:
          1. Potenza RE003 195/60R15
          2. Potenza RE003 205/55R15
          3. Ecopia EP150 195/65R15

          Which one would you recommend, and whether there's a noticeable difference between Ecopia and Potenza? Considering the Potenza size is smaller than the standard ones which could mean more fuel consumption. TIA!

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          @tukanglistrik: 205/50R17

          It depends what you are after - I havent had either as yet, but RE003s are a sports tyre (so good grip but shorter life) whereas Ecopia are an economy tyre (long life, less grip).

          I would go with something that is the right size first of all - can you try any other Bob Janes or look at other tyres which might be on sale?

  • +5 votes

    How did Amex know that I was going to buy a full new set of tyres today? LOL.

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      Was it going to be from Bob Jane?

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        Not necessarily, but after doing a price comparison we ended up going with Bob Jane. Plus it was fairly close to home. Got 4 Bridgestones ("for the price of 3"), and the much-needed (post-bingle) wheel alignment brought the cost to $402. The $125 cashback notification from Amex was in my email inbox by the time I got home. $277 for a complete new set seems ok to me.

        P.S. Thanks to you and the other OzBargainers who contributed info to this post. I learnt something!

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    Thank you OP. registered for both.

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      Hi There, if you live in Sydney and are not going to use the bobjane offer and would like to give away please let me know. thanks

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    Thank you OP. registered for both.
    A couple of points:
    - Chrome didnt work for me. So had to use IE.
    - Looks like it's to spend $60, not $50. Got an email after I spend over that amount so it didnt bother me as much. If I go with my orignal plan to get that $50 whisky I would be caught out. Not sure what happened here and too lazy to re-log-in…..

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    Guys just be aware that they charge 15$ fitting fee for the 4th free tyre (assuming you're getting the buy 3 get 1 free Bridgestone deal)

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    excellent, thanks

    I find bob-j are already extremely competitive for tyres and batteries.

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    Block of VB is $57 at BWS which is obviously a bit of a rip but after $15 back is a very reasonable $42. Nice!

  • +2 votes

    Chivas regal for $40.

    Will also get the potenzas.

    225/45/r17 normally about $185 each.

    $185 * 4 = $740

    Buy 3 get one free means

    $185 * 3 = $555

    $125 off

    $555 - $125 = $430

    $740 - $430 = $310 discount

    ($310/$740)*100 = 42% off

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    A carton of Oettinger 500ml tins is $44. Add something else cheap and that's a whole lot of beer for less than 40 bucks. Thanks American Express!

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