Price cut. Discount. Sale. Concession. Markdown. However you say it, whether it is for a shoe, shirt, a car or even a tire for that matter, deals and offers are always a sure way to grab the attention of anyone, rather, potential customers. In addition to good quality products, friendly service and fantastic location of the physical stores, marketing strategies that include rebates and price reductions are tempting and lure people to visit your showroom or company website online.
A $100 off on the purchase of 4 tires of a brand, a $20 discount encouraging online business, combination deals that include free repair, rotation, inspection, rebalancing, and service of tires, a $60 cash back for the use of collaborating credit cards, free ground shipping – these are just a small sample of the vast efforts that tire dealers and manufacturers put in for marketing their tires to stay in the business and thrive. There are some big tire brands who are so confident of the quality of their products and satisfying customers that they even offer a ‘buy-and-try’ option to customers who purchase their tires. That is, customers can purchase the set of tires they want to, ride around in them for a particular period of time, and at the end of it, if they are dissatisfied with their purchase, they could easily return the tires to the company and take a full refund of their money. Alternately they could exchange this set of tires for a different one too.
Michelin, Firestone, Hercules, Good Year, Continental, Mickey Thompson, Pirelli, Toyo tires, and just all the top names in the tire manufacturing business give offers on their products and services to increase their customer base and improve sales performance. So when you decide to purchase your next set of tires, do take the time to visit a couple of dealers near you and also browse tire sales online to find out if there are any good deals that would help you save money. Getting the same excellent quality products at a cheaper price is worth the effort you put in.