expired Buy 3 Tyres and Get The 4th FREE (Ecopia & Firestone) @ Bridgestone Tyres

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Triggered by the tyresales.com.au 20% off deal I guess.

Available on Bridgestone Ecopia or Firestone car, SUV or light van tyres.

Also shows a $100 cash back on Bridgestone Dueler and Alenza tyres for 4WD or SUV
Expires June 30, 2018

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  • +8 votes

    Waiting for turanza serinity plus to come in same offer …

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      you can ask for it, i'm getting the 3 for 4 deal. There are some places that ran out of ecopia ep300, so they gave me the serinity plus tyres for the 3 for 4 deal!

  • +1 vote

    Just changed a pair of tires (pirelli cinturato p7) with price matched at kmart (230$ down to 155$) idk much about quality. can anyone tell me if i got a bargain? or bridgestones deals 4 tires for 3 are better?
    thanks

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    Need some tyres for 2015 Corolla sedan. Can you recommend any in particular?

    Long wearing and preferably with little road noise. Thanks

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      I have Ecopia on my Fiesta and they seem OK

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      Got the Serenity plus for my 2012 corolla from the last deal. it's been pretty good so far, use a bit more fuel but seems pretty quiet

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      The Ecopia has bad road noise on our Jazz, at least worse than the factory fitted Turanza that were on before. Also they need about 1000km before they 'bed in' and you don't slide everywhere in the wet.

  • +1 vote

    They will not mention prices on their website, I have always found them more expensive than Jax or BJ

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    Which tyres would be recommended for a Volkswagen polo 66tsi out of this range??

    • +1 vote

      My Polo originally has ecopia, which have now done 80K+ kms and are due for replacement. For 185/60/15, I was quoted $120 per tyre for Firestones, and $140 something for ecopia. I am happy with ecopia but Firestone is cheaper, so juggling.

  • +14 votes

    Confucius says “Man who runs in front of car gets tired “

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    But why would I buy three tyres? :confused:

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    Just a buyer beware on this deal. I booked in last time this was on offer and made a tyre selection as per Bridgestone. Once the car was in the workshop I was told the Bridgestone tyres were not rated as per my vehicles requirements and would be un-roadworthy if I fitted the Bridgestone tyres. So I was in a bit of a spot, I guess I could of said forget it… but I needed new tyres. Ended up being 1500$ for continentals rather than the $900 for the equivalent Bridgestones. I probably should of done more research beforehand, but I also figured that Bridgestone would be aware of what tyres were suitable for my vehicle.

    When a deal becomes a nega-deal :(

    • +1 vote

      and you believe that ?

      just get same size same width same side wall same circumference

      they are standard

    • +1 vote

      sorry if this is rude, but you have been fooled. What does it mean "not rated as per my vehicles requirements"- "doesn't have a speed index needed, no size needed" - they needed just to choose a size / speed index (if that matters to someone who is not driving on a track) suitable? They have just up sold dearer tyres to you…

      • +4 votes

        In NSW (and likely other states) the rules are:

        Any replacement tyre must have a load rating equal to or better than the rating of the original tyres fitted by the vehicle manufacturer.

        If the speed rating of the tyres specified for your vehicle is less than 140km/h you must not fit tyres with a lower speed rating.

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      Yep I'd say you've been had….

      I looked up my car's specs and it has a recommended rating which sometimes means tyres miss out due to one speed rating category out (even though these are speeds that aren't legal).

      Then I had a look at the door plaque, and it said this was a recommended rating, but I could choose any tyre as long as it was above 89 or something like that.

      So in the end I got the tyres I wanted, which was one speed rating below manufacturer's recommended, but it was fine for all intents and purposes.

    • +2 votes

      how did a Bridgestone tire service centre sell you anything other than a Bridgestone…

    • +1 vote

      You haven't been had, they would have refused to fit tyres that were rated for less load/speed index than your car originally came with. Sure some other shop might have just fitted them anyway but if you ever had an accident and totalled your car or somebody else's or the injured them, the first thing an insurance assessor would have checked is your tyres. If they weren't rated correctly your insurance would most likely have been denied and you'll end up in court owing somebody a lot of money.
      You could have found cheaper tyres than continental but not knowing what car you have and the fact that they fitted that brand it sounds like it's probably something European, powerful and heavy like a Merc or BMW? Even old ones used Z rated tyres with high load ratings, it's the load rating that really matters.

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        Sorry folks was the load rating. The max for the 20" Bridgestones was 97 and from memory I needed a 103 or higher. It becomes an insurance issue if the tyres are not adequate load rating as per manufacturer spec. I think Bridgestone did the right thing by me, but I obviioulsy missed on an opportunity to shop around….

        Wifeys expensive European car…. not my choice.

  • +5 votes

    All the tyre companies always have this deal.

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    Just bought 4 X Ecopia 205R55 16 for a VW Golf - for 3 X $130 + 65 for the wheel alignment. I bought a set last September as well for another car - and they are a decent tyre - meant to have low rolling resistance (=better fuel economy) and long wear.

    • +1 vote

      I got 4 x Ecopia for my Astra last month, roughly getting an extra 100kms per tank now and they have been great with all the recent rain in Perth

  • -1 vote

    best batgain is buying used tyres !! got mines for 30 bucks a pop

  • +5 votes

    Needs more Potenza!

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    I rang Costco on Monday and they had 4 for the price of 3 deals for select tyres at the moment

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    Deal for ecopia also available at jax until end of June
    https://www.jaxtyres.com.au/promotions/bridgestone-massive-d...

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      Jax also seem to have a buy 4 get $100 off on Continental. I guess it’s end of financial year sales everywhere

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        They run it a few times a year so not EOFY related and it isn't only available at Jax. Most conti dealers should be doing it.
        Same deal with Michelin currently.

  • +2 votes

    TAKE PHOTOS OF ALL YOUR RIMS WHEN YOU DROP OFF AND INSPECT WHEN YOU PICK UP.
    BTC damaged my brand new 19" Audi wheels and denied it. There was fresh metal scrapes and metal dust and they flat out denied it to my face. Worst

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    Just my recent experience if it helps the community.
    Bridgestone Ecopia EP300 - Cheapest I found was at Bob Jane. Got kmart to price beat and saved an extra $15 bucks.
    And no, not all bridgestone retailers have this 3+1 going on (eg. kmart)

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    This "buy 3 get 1 free" is just another marketing gimmick! You could almost always get same total price if you negotiate buying 4 yourself. Also the question, do you actually need 4? or just two? So why waste money on extra one if not needed?

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    Out of stock at most places

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      They should be able to get stock in 1-2 days

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        When I talked to bridgestone stockists they couldn't give me a timeframe, just we dont have them and we have this more expensive tyre

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    What do you recommend a Hyundai i30 Car 2014 ? In regard to Car Tyers?

    A noob in car

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      You’re prob after 205 55 R16
      https://www.bridgestonetyres.com.au/turanza-serenity-plus-el... Is great and I’m going to give these a try on my second car from reading some reviews on here but there’s a couple of Ecopia options in that size that are decent and qualify under this promotion.

      I have a bit of experience with i30s:

      Had Nexen originally fitted in that size that were rubbish and horrible in the wet - replaced these at 10000km, Bridgestone Ecopias were next and a fantastic step up across the board but no improvement in fuel consumption as was claimed. Changed to i30 SR wheels with 225 45 R17 Dunlop Direzza next. Grip was oustanding compared to previously mentioned tyres but a little noisy and didn’t get enough durability. Now I have Michelin PS4 in 215 45 R17 and although it’s the most expensive car tyre I’ve had on the i30 its the undisputed king. Best modification and the car feels better then ever even though it’s 6 years old. No more trouble in the wet whatsoever.

      Confirm what size you’re after and I can give you some specific advice if you want. Also are you in Sydney?

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    What tyre for a Hyundai Santa Fe 235/60R18? Seeking recommendations please. Also looking at Tempe Tyres options…. TIA

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      MICHELIN Primacy MXV4 is $139 at Tempe. There’s a Kumho option at $119 but you’ll probably get more km and better performance for that $20 each. Seems like a excellent price for a quality option.

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    Has anyone successfully nabbed a set of
    BRIDGESTONE TURANZA ER300
    with this 4tyre for 3x deal?

    How much does Bridgestone charge for balance and wheel alignment?

    I'm looking for a set of these for my Camry.
    What would be a good price all up?

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    THANK YOU OP!! and to all the useful comments

    Bridgestone Turanza Serinity Plus TL (EL64)
    4x $138 = $552
    -1x $138 = -138 (4th tyre free)
    Wheel Alignment = $45

    https://www.productreview.com.au/p/bridgestone-turanza-seren...

    TOTAL nabbed with alignment $459

    Previous Kumhos cost $400 for the set fitted and alignment 24months back are still ok; but i'm up for an improvement with safety.

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