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Buy 3 Tyres and Get The 4th FREE (Ecopia, Potenza, Turanza Serenity Plus or Supercat Tyres) @ Bridgestone Tyres

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I came across this deal this morning looking for new tyres for my Mazda 3. I am waiting to hear back from a couple of Bridgestone Select Tyre outlets to pick the one with the cheapest wheel alignment. I am most likely going with the Turanza Serenity Plus. Enjoy!

ECOPIA
Get 4 Ecopia car tyres from $249 (Based on RRP of 175/70R13)
Get 4 Ecopia SUV tyres from $507 (Based on RRP of 205/70R15)

POTENZA
Get 4 Potenza performance car tyres from $435 (Based on RRP of 195/60R15)

TURANZA
Get 4 Turanza Serenity Plus tyres from $345 (Based on RRP of 175/65R14)

SUPERCAT
Get 4 Supercat car tyres from $216 (Based on RRP of 175/70R13)
Get 4 Supercat SUV tyres from $345 (Based on RRP of 205/70R15)
Get 4 Supercat light van tyres from $279 (Based on RRP of 185R14C)

Wear Life Guarantee
When you purchase four or more Bridgestone Turanza Serenity Plus tyres and a wheel alignment in one transaction from a Bridgestone store, then your tyres automatically qualify for our 50,000km Wear Life Guarantee.

Should your Bridgestone Turanza Serenity Plus tyres wear out before travelling 50,000kms, we’ll provide you with a pro-rata credit towards the cost of new comparable replacement tyres.

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    • +6 votes

      A variation of this deal seems to be in rotation every month or so. However, I have been on the hunt for Turanza Serenity Plus tyres for my car for at least four months and this offer has NOT been available during that time.

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      It is a scam. The "deal" comes and goes but the price never changes.

      When I questioned being quoted the exact same price under this promotion compared to a month earlier I was offered an extra $2 discount.

      I have used real 4 for 3 deals with Bob Jane.

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      There is always some sort of offer on. But this one is different as it has Potenza tyres included in it too which is not very common for 4th tyre free.
      Cheers

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    Hey OP, What mazda do you have and what tyres are you looking to get?
    I need to also get new tyres because one of them is punctured ):

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      2008 Mazda 3. I'm waiting to hear back from store with pricing for Turanza Serenity Plus TL 195/65R15 91H. Should be under $450 with front and rear wheel alignment.

      Have you checked the wear indications on your tyres? If there is still life in them I would investigation a puncture repair or getting a single used tyre to match the rest : o)

      • +1 vote

        I haven't checked the wear indicators but the puncture repair will eventually have to be replaced with new tyres because it's positioned close to the edge (outside) but the tyres have had around 50,000km on them so i was looking at getting the Potenza RE003 215/45R18 and they quoted me $840 for 4 tyres + $65 alignment

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          Sounds like you might have an MPS. 225/40/18s are only slightly different rolling diameter and generally are much cheaper in RE003s!

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          RE003's are the best performance/cost choice for a SP25 Mazda 3 IMO. Unfortunately Mazda likes to use odd sizes so the higher tier tyres are very expensive or not available at all. That's a decent price for RE003's, though I did get a quote for $798 at Costco for them a while back. Shop around and price match.

          My other recommendation would be Michelin Pilot Sport 4 which are available for ~$100 more. But they are much of the same, RE003 give more feedback and PS4 are more aimed at comfort - I'd just grab the cheaper one if you're not that fussy.

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            @Soothsayer: Focus is the same for odd sizes.
            You move to a more common size, for example if yours are 225, 230 may be more common.
            Not really going to change much in regards to your speedo etc moving a little bit and can save you alot in tyres.

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              @escorpse: Yeah, good input and usually yields a lot more options. Unfortunately in my case 225 is the max tyre width recommended for a 7" rim and the options for 225/45R18 weren't that good at the time either but YMMV

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        I have a 2014 Mazda 3 SP25 GT running stock Dunlop 215/45R18 tyres. Now the car is being driven by my father, so looking to replace with more comfort and quiet tyres rather than performance tyres. Thinking the more common size 225/45R18, is the Turanza T001 or ER300 better choice than Potenza RE003?

  • +1 vote

    Yeh been waiting for this.

    When tyre model would you suggest?

    I kind of drive a bit rough.

  • +3 votes

    Just booked in to get 4 Potenza earlier this morning after seeing the offer. Been waiting 2 months for it.

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      Do you need a wheel alignment? If so, how much did the store quote?

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      Yeah I've been hanging out for this but had to get tyres in September for rego with only the $100 off Potenza's offer, spewin'!

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      Grip is insane. It's like you're glued to the road no matter what speed your doing around corners. I was waiting for a squeal or deviation but it really is a great tyre. Also great braking grip in the rain.
      I got my alignment added on for $50 (Adelaide) I think the standard is $60 though.

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    Waiting for Amex offer to stack with this

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    It would be interesting to get a quote for these tyres when this deal isn't on, and when it is on to see how much each individual tyre price changes when the 'free' tyre is on.

    Yes there is a saving, but I'm sure the price per tyre goes up slightly, so it's not quite 1 tyre free…

    In saying that, these tyres are a good option - I currently have Ecopia EP300 on and they've been fine.

    Also had a few people comment on how good their Serenity Plus tyres are.

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    Wonder if they would match Costco prices

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      I have tried this just this morning at two different stores nearby, they had an attitude when i mentioned costco was doing 265.99 each tyre whereas bridgestone was settled on $280 each tyre. The difference is slightly above $40 in total so yeah

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      I usually match Costco prices at my store, even though Costco don't do wheel alignment or Bridgestone benefits. Their model is to make money off annual fees and bring you in store to spend more money on groceries so they use the tyres as a loss leader. It's the same model they use in North America.

      If you already have a Costco membership, then it might be worth getting the tyre from them but remember the tyres will last a lot longer if they are looked after. That's the whole point of Bridgestone benefits program.

  • +5 votes

    Cannot recommend the Turanza Serenity Plus enough. Outstanding ride comfort and barely any noise. Worth every cent!

    • +1 vote

      I can vouch for this also. Had them on my previous car. Drove 15,000kms and still looked like new.

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      im guessing they aren't sticky tires? im looking for something decent but quiet.

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      second this, I had 4 of them for my Corolla 6 months ago with the same deal. I notice they use a bit more fuel than the my previous set (no brand tyres that come with the car when I had my purchased it from the dealer). They are extremely smooth and quiet though :)

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      45000km on a set of Serenity Plus. Still going strong with good tread depth. Sure I'm going to get at least 30000km more.

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        I know of someone with over 100,000km on Serentiy Plus…probably due for replacement in 10k…

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    Potenza RE003 or Michelin Pilot Super Sport?

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      Mich all day long.

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        I have no idea why you got down voted. I've had both and the pss are just a better tyre, if you are looking for a performance tyre.

    • +2 votes

      Purely looking at sport characteristics (grip/feedback/steering feel): PS4S > PSS > RE003 > PS4

      Add comfort into the mix and I would put PS4 above RE003 contending with PSS depending on your priorities

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      Hi mate,

      It depends on your car and driving style.If you have rear wheel drive V8 with 400kw then you are probably going to need Michelin Cup2 or Potenza RE71 as super sport or RE003 still won't give you enough grip.

      If you have Subaru STI or Golf R, then either one will be fine as they are AWD cars with amazing traction. RE003 are very well priced and 4th tyre free makes them a lot cheaper than Michelin, hence they are more popular.

      I do like Michelin and sell a few of them but only when there is a need for it and customer is happy to spend the extra.

      Hope this helps.

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    4 Potenza tyres - 225/45/R18's $871 for everything. Thanks OP.

    • +1 vote

      How did you get 4 Potenza’s for $871? Are they not $435 each? I’m looking for 225/45/R19’s but can’t seem to find any with a reasonable price :(

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        19's will always be more expensive than 18's also they are a bit of an odd size, most premium sizes are 18 and then usually 20 and 21. From memory, the 18inchers potenzas without the discount are close to $310-320

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        Hi mate, 225/45R19 is not a common size so it won't be cheap. Bridgestone make S007 in this size and they go for around $380 each.

        I would also recommend Kumho KU39 is this size as you should be able to get them for under $200 each. They are not as sporty as Potenza but will be cheaper. It all depends on your car and driving style.

        Cheers

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    Has anyone had any first hand comparisons between the Bridgestone RE003's and the Michelin Pilot Sport 4?

    Currently running RE003's on my WRX and have got about 50k km's on them and they've been great. But have also read so much good stuff about the Michelin Pilot Sport 4. Kinda tossing between the two at the moment.

    Appreciate any user experiences!

    Cheers.

    • +1 vote

      I've shifted allegiance from Bridgestone to Continental to finally Michelin and haven't looked back. Excellent tyres.

    • +5 votes

      Personally the look of the RE003 would have me choosing them over the others.

      Silly i know but for me the aesthetic of the RE003 sets them apart from the PS4.

    • +1 vote

      Currently have Pilot Sport 4 (note NOT PS4S, which is a higher tier of tyre) and RE002's on both cars.

      PS4 are more of a sporty touring tyre, instead of a sports focused tyre in my opinion. They grip very very well (especially in the wet), but the steering feedback is quite a lot more numb/disconnected to what the wheels are actually doing due to the soft sidewall, so they take a while to get used to. However the benefit is much less road noise and comfort is excellent.

      PS4 are a fantastic all-rounder IMO, best in class. However it is also very dependent on the car and the suspension set up - I think they were designed more for European sports sedans and luxury tourers, and less so for sports cars with firm suspension. RE002 (and RE003) are better if you prefer a sporty feel due to the hard sidewall.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks for all your responses!

        @Soothsayer, your feedback matches what I've been reading online. Where the PS4 is suited for euros and more of a touring/comfier tyre where as the RE003s are more stiffer and sportier. Given it's a WRX, I'll probably grab another set of RE003s then!

        Cheers everyone :)

  • +1 vote

    4 for 1 applies at Bob Jane and Jax for Ecopia and Potenza - Be sure to play them against each other for extra savings.

    https://www.jaxtyres.com.au/tyres/brands/bridgestone/
    https://www.bobjane.com.au/tyres/special-offers/bridgestone-...

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    $135 each for 195/65/15 Turanza Serenity Plus for my astra and $55 for alignment at north lakes.

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      Thanks for the info. I just got an email quote for $140 + $65 alignment for the same tyres at Keperra. Will see what other email quotes I get and then start calling when I finish work.

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      Same tyre for $125 each plus $75 for alignment at Bridgestone Brunswick. They quoted $140 each initially, but I told them I am also considering the Ecopia EP150 which Bob Jane quoted at $125 each and they price match that price for the Turanza.

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    why Michelin does not do 3 for 4 to the pilot sport 4 :(

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    Can anyone please help, am not that savvy with my Tyre knowledge but I’m looking for 4x 225/45/19 96W tyres for a good price, what would be the best option?

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    Does this include fitting? How much do they usually charge?

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      Fitting is included but an alignment is normally an extra $50-65 depending on location. Not sure if it is standard advice to get an alignment when fitting four new tyres?

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    Got quoted for 4x Potenza RE050A 245/45/R18 for $735 fitted and balanced. Optional wheel alignment for $65. Thoughts on quote ?

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      Call up costco for a price, they also do the buy 3 get 1 free deal and then price match with Bob Jane T-mart (:

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        we dont have a costco in WA, will this still work ?

        latest quote i have recieved from calling around is
        4x Potenza RE050A 245/45/R18 $717
        4x Potenza RE003 245/45/R18 $657

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          I'm not too sure whether they will price match a costco that's not relatively local, take into account also the maintenance plan that may come in handy even if you pay a little extra to buy it at bridgestone because i'm aware other stores that sell bridgestone may not provide that free maintenance plan.

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      Cheaper than my quote at $230 each for the same tyre (VE commodore i am guessing???) unless the alignment is on top of the 735?

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        Just got a quote from a bob Jane for $225 for each tyre. One bob Jane quoted me $65 for wheel allignement. Yeah I have a VE SV6.

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    Back in the day I'd chew through a set of rear tyers a month. Used many different brands and compounds. Bridgestone Potenza were the best overall imo. Hope this helps anyone in choosing new tyres.

  • +1 vote

    i saved $270 doing this with hankook tyres. I bought the 4 for the price of 3 about 6mths before i actually needed the tyres. Kept them in my shed and then took them back to the tyre store for fitting (which i'd already paid for) when i needed to change them over

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    How do these brands compare to the bobJane deals which is also buy 3 get 1 free http://catalogue.bobjane.com.au/catalogue/month-of-extraordi...

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    Here are my quotes from 11/9/18 for my 195/65/R15 Mazda 3 2012:
    Bridgestone, Mayfield - 02 4967 3733
    Bridgestone ECOPIA EP300 - Each: $124
    Bridgestone BT250 - Each: $136
    Bridgestone TURANZA SERENITY PLUS - $139 each
    3 tyres plus $10 for the 4th brought it to $427 total. Alignment was $55
    Firestone - Each $221 (Buy 3 get one free)
    I originally had the BT250s that lasted me 75,000km. In fact, I've only swapped the front two tires, the rear two are still going strong.

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    Only can fit Bridgestone Ecopia EP850 on my SUV (225/65R17 101S).

    Last time I got a quote for these in 2016 cost $239/tyre ($717).

    I got Bob Jane to price match and offered $220/tyre ($660) + $59 wheel balance

    Bridgestone matched this offer by offering free wheel balance.

    Considering going with another brand, does anyone have experience with any of these?

    Continental CrossContact LX20
    Michelin Premier LTX
    Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus

    Bridgestone recommended Wynrun $120 each (cheap tyre but not bad) and Kumo $155 each (mid-range) as the cheaper alternatives.

    Waiting for new quote for the ECOPIA 850

  • +1 vote

    Booked in for 4 x Potenza RE050A 245/45/18's for $230 each (1 free). 2 months ago they were the same, if not $235. So for everyone worrying about price inflation, not with these tyres.

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    Needing to replace my RE050A on my GTI.
    Im trying to decide between RE003, S001 or going again with the RE050A, thought I did notice that the RE050A started to be a lot more noisy as they wore out….or is that normal?
    Any thoughts on which ones to get?

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      Hey mate. I would probably stick with RE003 for your car. S001 are discontinued in most sizes and have been replaced by S007 which is pretty good tyre and cheaper than S001 in most sizes. RE050 is a good tyre too however my pick would be RE003. Cheers

  • +1 vote

    Bridgestone stores offer many more features and guarantees with the tyres. Plus they do free check-ups every 3 months. Including tyre rotation, tread depth, cleaning, battery checks, etc. Just got my 6 months free checkup and they said come back in next time and we'll give you another free alignment. Amazing service. If you're going to get tyres get Bridgestone from the Bridgestone store.

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      Is this free alignment an official Bridgestone service following the tyre purchase, or just informal goodwill? I'm asking because my biggest problem with new tyres is needing to do an alignment 6 months down the track after the inevitable kerb-strike as I have to navigate a tight multi storey carpark everyday at work - no matter how careful I am it only takes a momentary mental lapse (long work day!) and the horrible sound of metal crunch (I have 235/45 R18's … which I hate) assaults my ears …

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        I haven't asked but I would assume it's standard as he told me there's not too much point in giving you the free alignment now as you haven't done that many kms. So we'll do it at your next free check-up. Whether or not that had something to do with purchasing an alignment ($50) when I bought the tyres I'm not sure. Could be different for some stores (I'm in Adelaide). Why don't you call them and ask what features and support they offer. All I can say is that compared to all the other companies. This is ten times better service and warranty for the tyres. Probably the best customer and product service I've had for anything in the last few years.

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          Hi guys, as per Bridgestone benefits, you get free tyre checks and tyre rotation every 3 months or 5,000km. Wheel alignment is not included in these checks and it depends on each individual store if they want to look after their customers. I sometimes offer it to customers who are regulars and there is uneven wear on their tyres within the first 10,000km or something to make sure we fix the problem right at the start. Hope this helps.

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    I am confused about tyres,
    Can anyone help with recommendations for 205/55 R16 for hatchback? I appreciate any help!

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      Hi mate, I would stick with Turanza Serenity Plus or EP300 in this size. Depending on how much you drive or what sort of driving you do, Supercat might be a good option as well as they are also part of buy 3 get 1 free. Cheers

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        The Turanza Serenity sounds really good with the 50k Guarantee. I went to a smaller dealership and they said Turanza Serenity is not good; why is this the case. The EP300 sound comfy but given I drive at least 50k a day, I wouldn't think they last long. Any thoughts?

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    Is this ok price guys? Was after the TURANZA, but they don't have it in my size.

    Bridgestone Ecopia EP300 TL 195/50R16 84V
    4 $205.00 $820.00
    4th Tyre Free* -1 $205.00 -$205.00
    Total $615.00

    Services
    Wheel alignment - Front & rear 1 $65.00 $65.00

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