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September 22, 2014
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Where Is The Best Place To Compare Tire Prices and Purchase New Tires

When was the last time you purchased a new set of four tires? If you remember you likely had a memorable experience based on price, service or both. Whether or not that experience was a good one, is probably up for debate. Because of the high cost of purchasing four new tires (avg. cost = $350+) most of us purchase them, as needed, one here, two there and so on. In addition, many of today’s tires have a remarkably long life span, with some lasting as long as 100,000 miles. Because of this extended range and depending on how much you drive, you may not even remember where you bought your last set, how you shopped for them, or even where you started the process. Our tire price comparison engine is excited to refresh and kick-start your tire-shopping adventure with some information that we’ve found helpful.

The shopping landscape has changed a great deal in the last few years. Five years ago we still relied heavily on traditional methods to shop for tires. First, you probably called or drove to all of the local tire stores where you had to deal with a pushy salesperson trying to upsell you on everything from the most expensive tires to a new set of wheels, you neither want or need. Confused and frustrated you probably went home and sifted through the junk mail ads that arrive in your mailbox on a daily or weekly basis looking for coupons and deals that expired as quickly as they arrive. Lastly and probably most recently, you’ve succumbed to the last ditch effort of hopping from website to website hoping to catch the latest sale before inventories dry up or prices change. While each of these shopping methods still has (little) value, there is a new way to shop for tires that will not only save you confusion and frustration but also more importantly you’ll save time and money. That method is comparison-shopping on tire-price.com.

On tire-price.com we’ve combined the best of the aforementioned methods in one easy to use website. Now you can log onto your computer and compare cheap tire prices, as low as $60 but as expensive as you’d like. You now have the ability to compare all of the popular brands including Michelin, BFGoodrich, Dunlop and Goodyear, as well as up and coming brands like Hankook, Kumho, Nitto and General Tire. Equally as important, you now have the ability to compare offerings from a variety of retailers that have great quality cheap tires, low prices and different shipping and installation options. Whatever your tire shopping needs, they can now be met in a matter of minutes on tire-price.com, the all-new tire comparison and shopping website.

So you might then be wondering, “Where is the best place to purchase my next set of new tires?” At tire-price.com it is our belief that the convenience of shopping online makes purchasing your next set of tires online a no-brainer, and it all begins at tire-price.com! We created tire-price.com so that you would feel more confident about all of the decisions you would need to make when shopping for a new set of tires including size, brand and price. We’ve partnered with the Internets leading tire retailers to save you the hassle of driving, calling and website hopping. Whether you’re replacing your original equipment (OE) tires or upgrading your tires to match the new wheels you’ve just ordered, tire-price.com has everything you need to start and complete your search for new tires.

Thank you for reading this blog post, which we hope, was helpful! If you have any additional knowledge of tire shopping or tips that may be of help to others reading this, please feel free to share them below in the comments section.

 

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