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Need new tires, but don’t want to spend a ton? Save money on your next set of Michelins by taking advantage of a Costco tire deal.

Multiple times throughout the year, Costco members will automatically get $70 off a set of four Michelin tires. Check out the monthly Costco Coupon Book to see if there’s an active deal right now.

See this Month’s Costco Coupon Book

In the past, if you also happened to have the Costco Anywhere Visa Card by Citi, you’d get an additional $60 off, for a total of $130 off. Of course, there’s always some fine print, which we’ve detailed below.

Find a Costco Near You

Not all makes, models, or sizes are available, and there’s a hyper-specific disclaimer pointing out that this deal is not available from the New York Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Rego Park locations. If you’re purchasing tires from, the $70 instant savings applies at checkout, and if you have the Costco Anywhere Visa Card, you’ll get that $60 back in the form of a $60 Costco Cash card by mail. Make sure you take a look at your local Costco’s specific pricing and promotions to confirm your maximum savings on this deal.
Costco memberships start at $60 for the standard membership and climb to $120 for Executive memberships.
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Taryn Ziegler

Taryn Ziegler is a localization editor working in the greater Seattle area. She graduated from the University of Washington Bothell and harbors a deep love for all things related to literature and indie gaming.