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15% off Select 4x4 Tyres + Free Delivery and Fitment at Tyresales

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Up to 15% off a selected range of 4x4 Tyres.

Over 1,750 fitment centres Australia-wide.

From the following brands:

BF Goodrich, Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop, Gladiator, GoodYear, Hancook, Kumho, Nitto, Toyo, Yokoham and Pirelli.

Online price also includes delivery and fitting at your chosen fitment centre.

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As an existing Tyresales customer, for every person you refer to the Tyresales website that then goes on to purchase a set of 4 tyres or more, you will receive a $50 EFTPOS card.

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  • Just checking as I have never done anything like this before, do we buy 4 x tyres and then book into a centre for fitting, no more to pay? or does the centre bill you for their services on top?

    • +1

      All fitment prices are included in the price of the tyres. No more to pay once you purchase online. :-)

      • do you guys do price match?

        • Hey 777. You can give Tyresales customer service team a call to take advantage of their lowest price guarantee on 1300 897 372.

  • First time I've seen BFGs under $300 ($284 fitted)…could actually be a bargain for once!

  • Any reason to go BFG over Toyo A/T? I've always used Toyo for passenger cars and never had issues and they get good KMS from them.

    • Tyresales has a team of Tyre experts who can help you find the best tyre for your car. Give them a call on 1300 897 372,

  • We like to see prices. Bargains have prices. ® © ™

  • Just called up and got 15% off some Pirelli's for my CRV, including alignment at a local fitter. Thanks!

  • BFG AT KO2 for $283 fitted is a great price

  • Be careful when you order from tyresales and ensure to check that the tyres you are getting are new and not yet expired. I had few issues with them and the place where I got them fitted. My new tyres were running only 16k and one of them were reported overdue by Authorised dealer service.
    Went back to the place where i got them fitted, and the guy told me it is not their problem and that they are no longer doing business with tyresales and told me that most likely the tyres i got were expired as they were provided by tyresales, not by them..

    • How do you check this? Can you refuse them at the fitter?

      • I wasn't actually aware until I got my car to service, that's when they told me with the checklist of my car condition. Apparently 2 of the tyres were almost worn out, 1 overdue and 1 is in a very good condition. I replaced 4 tyres at the same time.

        By the time when i was told, these tyres had run out of 12 months warranty..

        • -1

          You negged the deal because you claim to have received "expired" tyres but only back this up with vague references to your dealer telling you tyres are expired and overdue (whatever that means)

          Did you actually check the manufacture date of your tyres?

          https://www.bridgestonetyres.com.au/how-to-tell-the-age-of-a...

          Surely you'd be covered by ACL if the supplied product was not fit for purpose as you claim.

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