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All drivers, when the time comes for a tire change, search for a discount tire store. There are many to be found and although they compete against each other for your business, prices vary little. The largest discount tire store in the US is probably Discount Tire. This firm has all the latest brands and offers competitive prices. Another store is the New York State based, MK Discount Tire Center. This store also offers tires at prices that are surprising. The company’s website advertises ordering online is simple and that they will ship tires to any place in the continental USA. As mentioned, there are no real big differences in prices from both these stores. Therefore, the most common method of attracting customers is to advertise other services. For example, some stores will advertise, if one was to purchase a set of Bridgestone tires at $200.00 per tire, then the buyer will get a free lube job or a free brake test. This seems to be the most common method of creating a customer base.

 Many drivers frequent a discount tire store though as the word “discount” is a word everyone, in every English speaking country, loves to hear. Tire dealers and store owners are aware of this weakness in our shopping habits and have us coming through the doors in droves. So, what kinds of discounts are available? Let’s take a look at the dealer, Tire Rack. This store only sells online and has a huge selection of major brand name tires for sale. The Bridgestone Blizzak LM-50, for example, is a high quality winter snow and ice tire and is retailing for $125.00 each. On another website – Madison Discount tires – the Bridgestone Blizzak DM Z3 is selling for around $130.00. As you can see, the price rangers are not so different. Nevertheless, these online stores are like a discount tire store and are selling tires a little cheaper than one could buy from a dealer.

 There is a discount tire store in every city. Often these stores are independently owned and managed. This gives the owner/manager freedom to decide the prices of the tires in stock. Naturally, he or she wants to make a profit, but the amount of profit is what they need to decide. If a store does not have much competition and is virtually the only store in a certain area, then you can be sure that discounts are not going to be forthcoming. If, on the other hand, competition from rival stores is fierce, then it is a buyer’s market. Indeed you may be able to negotiate a very low price for a new set of Nitto all weather tires, if you’re a sagacious person.