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BY Jenica March 6, 2023

Did you know the best time to purchase new tires is typically in the off-season for driving, such as fall or winter, when demand is lower and tire retailers often offer discounts and promotion? It is also important to replace tires when they have reached the end of their tread life, regardless of the time of year. If your tires are starting to look a little bald and you need some pointers on deals, here are a few things to look out for:

Research online:

Check various online retailers and manufacturers for discounts, coupons, and promotional offers. Many retailers offer discounts for online purchases, free shipping, or buy-one-get-one-free deals.

Look for local tire stores:

Visit your local tire stores and check their prices. Ask if they have any ongoing promotions, discounts, or coupons that you can use to lower the price of the tires.

Check seasonal sales:

Keep an eye out for seasonal sales, such as winter tire sales, summer tire sales, and end-of-year clearance sales. Many retailers offer discounts during these times to attract customers.

Buy in bulk:

If you need to replace all four tires, consider buying them in a set. Many retailers offer discounts when you buy four tires at once.

Check for rebates:

Some tire manufacturers offer rebates on their products. Check the manufacturer’s website or ask your retailer if there are any rebates available for the tires you want to buy.


Don’t be afraid to negotiate the price of the tires with the retailer. They may be willing to offer a lower price to make the sale.

By using these methods, you can find great deals on new tires and save money. However, remember to prioritize quality and safety over price when choosing your new tires!When the tread on your current tires reaches 4/32 of an inch or less, it’s time to start looking for some replacements. Since seasons are about to change and if you’ll be changing from snowy to sunny, some all-weather tires may be a great fit. This way you’re covered for the tail-end of winter and good to go through the year! 

If your tread is running low and you are a little low on funds, Progressive Leasing is a great option for purchasing tires to keep you safe on the road while you pay off your lease over time. 


Jenica is the Content Marketing Specialist at Progressive Leasing and has always had a creative spirit. Most of her free time is spent with her camera with various projects, but has always loved sharing stories in many formats.