The Sears Auto Center is one of the greatest places that you can go to get auto parts and other car maintenance like oil changes or brake repairs. They are a large respectable corporate giant that can keep prices low on products and services for your car.
Another great thing about getting tires at Sears is you can shop around the Sears store to kill time while you wait for the mechanic to finish installing your tires. If you’d rather just wait around, they have some of the best waiting areas for car repair shops. Sears has a corporate image to uphold, so you won’t be sitting in a dirty little room with a 15 inch TV like you might at a quick TV installation shop near you or a mechanic in your neighborhood.
This store really only deals in name brand products. You won’t find any generic brand tires or even motor oils in their brochure. When it comes to the tires that Sears has available you can usually choose from most models of:
- General Tire
Sears Automotive Center
You can obviously get more than just a fresh new set of tires from Sears Auto Centers. They perform a wide variety of different automotive services. You can get the majority of the normal maintenance for your car along with some minor repairs. They won’t rebuild your engine in most cases, but they will be able to diagnose most problems and repair the smaller ones.
Sears Tires Coupons
There is usually at least one tire coupon available at Sears every month. There is also the Shop Your Way program that often gives you major tire discounts. Also, since it is no cost to Sears, they love to advertise the manufacturers’ tire rebates for all of the brands in their shop. You can usually find a good deal on Goodyear and Firestone tires when you combine the tire rebates and coupons together.
Sears Auto Price Match Guarantee
You can get price matches on local tire dealers. They will not match internet only tire retailers though. If you find a deal in your area, you can bring in the advertisement and get the price matched either at the time of the tire installation or anytime within 14 days of getting them installed. If you find a cheaper deal online, you can print the page and bring it in, but it has to be for a local competitor and not a company that strictly sells tires on the internet only.