The holidays may be over, but winter is still in full force around the country. Now is not the time to let vehicle maintenance slide, even though you may still be paying off holiday debt. Fortunately, Goodyear is offering some great coupons this month, all of which can keep cash in your pocket while you take care of your car.
Here are the Goodyear coupons for February 2014:
In fact, this sheet of Goodyear coupons can save you almost $85 on necessary services for your car!
Tips for saving at Goodyear:
- Visit the Goodyear website and check out the coupons and specials on offer. Local Goodyear Tire and Service shops may offer their own specials, which can be a great deal. Some of the local shops even have their own credit cards that entitle you to special sales, discounts and rebates.
- If you visit a Goodyear shop for a service, and they recommend a lot of additional testing and treatments, thank the technician and tell him or her that you’ll think about it. Get a second opinion before shelling out a lot of cash for car repairs and services.
- Join and follow Goodyear on social media so that you can find out about special offers and deals.
- Don’t overlook rebate offers. They take a few minutes of your time to complete, but you’ll get a check for your trouble.
- Always follow up on odd vehicle noises or performance issues, but don’t succumb to over-maintenance. Check your car’s manual for advice on how often you should have your car serviced.
- Look offline for coupons and special offers. Newspapers and local ad flyers are good sources of Goodyear coupons.
- Check coupon terms to make sure you understand exactly what you’ll get and the price you’ll need to pay.
- If a coupon indicates that you can only use one coupon per visit to a Goodyear store, ask the manager if he or she will accept multiple coupons on one visit. If not, look for other Goodyear stores in the area. Visit one at a time for a particular service and use a coupon at each place. This may take some extra time, but the savings can be worth it.
- Check station hours to make sure that the station is open when you go in for service. You don’t want to waste time and gas on two trips.
During the blustery cold winter is no time to be stuck with shoddy tires. Living in New England in January is no pretty picture. There’s snow and ice on the road frequently (sometimes more snow than ice). These conditions are not ideal. My husband, always the procrastinator, didn’t notice the need for new tires until after he hit a patch of black ice. Goodbye nice beautiful paint job, hello new scratches. Needless to say it wasn’t long before we had to hunt for a full set of tires and boy did it set us back. Thankfully Goodyear has some great tires for great deals ($450 for a full set, not bad).
Goodyear tire coupons will help you save even more.
With a wide selection of tires Goodyear is sure to meet your needs. But don’t wait for black ice to convince, find a great deal and go. Goodyear coupons 2014 has some great coupons listed. Unfortunately, none of them will help you get a great deal on your tires, but that doesn’t mean that Goodyear has left you hanging. They are offering $10 off the alignment you’ll need you when have 4 brand new tires put on your car though. Every little bit helps right.
Need more savings than that. Currently, if you go to Goodyear’s website you will find 2 rebates listed that will help you save on tires. On select tires through the end of February you will be able to get up to $160 back on a Goodyear Visa Prepaid card when you purchase 4 tires using your Goodyear credit card. Don’t have a Goodyear credit card (and don’t want one), that’s ok, you can still save. Make the same purchase with your own payment method and you can get an $80 Goodyear Visa Prepaid card with your mail in rebate.
Ok, but none of the tires on that list will work for me. If you can’t find tires that qualify for an $80-$160 rebate there is another rebate for you. When you purchase a set of 4 eligible Goodyear tires and a $50 tire installation service using your Goodyear Credit Card you can get a $20 mail in rebate.
If neither of these options work for you and you can wait a little while for new tires, check back at our homepage each month for new deals. Goodyear always has coupon offers; they may have posted a Goodyear tire coupon by then.
With winter in full swing we need our cars running at their optimal performance. There’s no room for missing a service appointment, especially if it could leave you stranded in the cold. I know, I know; those services are expensive and with gas prices up, holiday spending to pay off, and all of the extra expenses that winter brings, getting your car serviced has to come with some savings or it’s just not going to happen. You’re in luck; Goodyear provides service coupons monthly that will help you save on all the maintenance your car needs to keep running at its absolute best.
Utilize Goodyear service coupons to really save!
Not sure how to find these fabulous deals, well there are a few options. Goodyear coupons 2014 updates the available Goodyear coupons regularly and offers some helpful tips on getting the most bang for your buck. You can also go to Goodyear’s website to see if there are any coupons or other deals that Goodyear coupons 2014 might have missed. Both websites currently have this month’s service coupons readily available for printing. The local paper also has coupon offers from time to time. Keep your eyes peeled and you’re sure to find a deal.
From now until the end of February Goodyear is offering a coupon that makes their winter car care package only $29.95. This package includes a Lube, Oil Change with New Filter (synthetic blend oil will cost $49.95, a full synthetic oil will cost $69.95), 4 tire rotation, top off of all fluids, a visual inspection including the battery, adjusting the air pressure in the tires, and an examination of all belts & hoses. With all that’s included, it sounds like you’re getting a great deal. This coupon can’t be combined with other deals so you’ll need to compare coupons and see which gives you the best option, but those prices do include a lot.
If you’ve already used your winter care package coupon, or need a different service you’re covered too. Goodyear currently has $10 off coupons for a synthetic oil change, for preventative maintenance of over $60, your battery, your cooling system, and a computerized alignment. If your car takes conventional oil, there is a $5 off coupon for a conventional oil change with your name on it.
While coupons often can’t be stacked, you can check with your service provider to see if they will ring up the services separately. If not, try using a different Goodyear for each purchase. It takes longer but will save you some major green.
When it comes to shopping for anything, I am always looking for the best deal. And with how costly car services can be, they are no exception. Goodyear Coupons 2014 does a great job of putting all of your Goodyear coupons in one easy to access place. And they’ll keep them updated as new ones come throughout the year so they are worth adding to your watch list.
What happens when a coupon deal just isn’t quite enough? Think about it, $10 off a $50 or $60 oil change is a great deal. You’re saving around 20%. But that same $10 off the cost of 4 tires will not get you as far. Don’t get me wrong, $10 is $10 and anywhere that you can save money is great, but if you can get more savings should you go for it. I certainly think so.
Introducing Goodyear Rebates
Rebates are often a great way to get additional savings on products that you already purchased. I know what you’re thinking, “a rebate means I need to save my paperwork and mail stuff in doesn’t it? What a hassle.” I know, rebates are a little bit more work than a coupon, but sometimes they are worth it.
Let’s look at Goodyear’s current rebate offers. When you purchase tires a Goodyear through the end of February there are select tires that offer you rebates when you purchase a full set of 4. These rebates start at around $40 and go up to $80 depending on which tires you choose. The rebate will be sent to you in the mail in the form of a Goodyear Visa Prepaid Card and can the amount you get can be doubled by having and using a Goodyear Credit Card. This means that if the original rebate was $40 then you would get $80 and if the original rebate were $80 you would get $160. That’s a possible savings of $40 per tire. When you’re talking about a purchase that runs some people $1000 or more a savings of $80 to $160 is nothing to sneeze at.
Another rebate that you can get through Goodyear is a $20 rebate off of a tire installation when you spend at least $50 on the installation and get a full set of 4 tires using your Goodyear Credit Card. This rebate also comes in the mail in the form of a Goodyear Visa Prepaid Card. This offer does not have an option to purchase using a different payment method so if getting a Goodyear Credit Card isn’t for you then you may have to skip it.
Goodyear runs promotions all of the time so check back at their company’s website and at Goodyear Coupons 2014 to keep updated on the savings.
Barely into February and the winter weather is wreaking havoc on everything, including my car. I know that it’s important to keep on top of my services, but between the added costs of salt for the driveway, more gas because the cold decreases my fuel economy, holiday and birthday spending, and putting snow tires on both the tires I’m just about tapped out. To top it off both my cars take synthetic oil only so you know even getting an oil change costs a decent amount of cash.
When it comes to oil changes most people have a few options. If you’re like me then you’re car needs the expensive stuff in order to run efficiently and you pay big bucks for synthetic fuel. But there are other less expensive options as well.
Synthetic blend oil is a mix between the conventional oil and the synthetic oil is the middle ground in terms of price. It extends the time between oil changes from the conventional oil but not as much as the full Synthetic.
A car running on conventional oil can go about 3,000 miles between oil changes and is the cheapest option. A car running on full synthetic can go 5,000 miles. Because I drive a hybrid my car could go about 5,000 miles on the synthetic blend and goes 10,000 miles on the full synthetic.
Knowing how your car functions on a given type of oil will help you to make the most economical choice for you. It is feasible that purchasing the highest quality oil less frequently will cost you less in the long run, but only is the synthetic oil will let you go longer between oil changes. Your owner’s manual should help you determine what will work best for your car.
Don’t forget about your Goodyear oil change coupons
So now we know that we can find savings by making an educated decision about which oil to put in our cars. But that’s not enough. When making a purchase we should always try to get the best deal possible. For me, that means a hunt for coupons. Recently, this hunt got easier when I found Goodyear coupons 2014, a blog that does my research for me. Through Goodyear coupons 2014 I found 2 coupons that will help you with your oil change cost whether you purchase synthetic oil or conventional oil. Until the end of February you can save $10 on a synthetic oil change using either full synthetic or synthetic blend oil. You can also save $5 off the cost of the regular price of a conventional oil change. Both deals include a free 4 tire rotation. If you go back to Goodyear coupons 2014 every month they will have updates on Goodyear’s latest deals.
Who’s ever been driving down the road only to see an animal, hit the brakes and have them not work properly? I know I’ve had a few close calls and I can tell you, they are terrifying. We all want to be safe in our vehicles and with all this cold winter weather, now is more important than ever. I personally wouldn’t want to be stuck out in the snow trying to get home from work and have my brakes give out, but I also don’t want to spend more than I have to in order to make sure my car is in great shape.
Get a huge discount with Goodyear brake coupons
As with everything else, when I need to make a purchase of any kind I take to the internet and try to find some great deals. A lot of companies post their coupons and promotional offers on their websites and there are often other people who done all of the searching for me so I can find all of my deal options in one place. This site, Goodyear coupons 2014, does all the car maintenance deal searching for me. All I have to do is check in with them from time to time and I will get all the Goodyear coupons that I need to keep my car running in tip top condition.
They currently have some great coupons specifically in the area of preventative care. If I need a Goodyear brake coupon all I need to do is go to Goodyear coupons 2014 and Print the $10 off a preventative care service of $50 or more and I can save on my brake fluid service. There may be an additional charge for shop supplies of 7% and up to $25 in all states except for CA and NY where no there are no additional charges for supplies.
I know it’s tedious, but having your brakes checked, and if necessary serviced, annually will save you money in the long run. Servicing them and making little repairs like replacing your cars brake pads, brake shoes and brake fluid can help prolong the life of your brakes. While the preventative care coupon is the only Goodyear brake coupon available at this time, Goodyear is constantly offering new deals and will definitely have different brake coupons available throughout the year. Keep coming back to Goodyear coupons 2014 to keep yourself updated on all of the great deals available at Goodyear.
There is nothing worse than driving a car with shoddy alignment. The effort that it takes to keep it running on the straight and narrow makes driving more of a chore than it needs to be and you’re normally wonderful car is giving you a tumultuous ride. Not only does cruddy alignment make your ride uncomfortable, but it wreaks havoc on my tires. Tires are expensive; I don’t want to have to replace them sooner than I should because my alignment caused uneven ware on the tread.
So, I know I don’t want to replace those tires (at $100 or a pop that gets expensive) but I don’t want to spend too much on my alignment either. First things first, know when to get your alignment done. Your alignment should be done:
- after purchasing your new Goodyear tires
- when you get into an accident or hit a large pothole
- whenever your steering parts or suspension are replaced
- when your car feels like it’s trying to drive you off the road, when
- when your steering column feels like it’s vibrating
- when your tires are showing signs of uneven ware (ex. squealing when you turn)
Goodyear Alignment coupons help ease the cost
Knowing when to have it done can save you money simply by avoiding larger more expensive repairs, but if you’re like me then I am sure you will want to save even more. I do that by seeking out the best deals and clipping coupons whenever I can for whatever I can. And getting my alignment taken care of is no exception.
I recently discovered this great blog that keeps track of all of Goodyear’s coupons and deals for me which saves something very valuable to me, my time. Goodyear coupons 2014 currently has coupons posted which are good through the end of February. One of the awesome deals listed is a Goodyear Alignment coupon which will save you $10 off the cost of your computerized wheel alignment. This coupon must be taken of the original price of service and cannot be paired with any other deals, but if you don’t mind taking your car in for separate services (or asking the service technician if they would be willing to ring your services up separately) then you stand a chance of saving some real cash.
I’m sure you saw the February expiration date I listed, but don’t worry, go back to Goodyear coupons 2014 and you will see updated coupons as Goodyear offers them. Savings will be yours to have all year round.