Updated on Sunday October 17, 2021: There’s still some time left to go until Michelin Tire’s Black Friday sale arrives again but you can scroll down the page to view last year’s details to get a general idea of the type of offers they typically run (you can expect to see similar deals return).
As always, we’ll be posting a copy of their ad, sale start/end dates and all the important details for 2021 the moment we know more. Be sure to check back again soon for the latest updates or join our newsletter to stay informed.
Last Year’s Black Friday Ad
Updated on Wednesday November 18, 2020: Michelin Tire just kicked off their $40/$80/$120 Holiday Rebate — It’s now live at participating Michelin tire dealers in the United States, including at Tire Rack!
The offer is similar to the one we saw last year — Earn a $40, $80 or $120 Reward Card after online submission when you bundle purchases of at least two new MICHELIN or BFGoodrich passenger or light truck tires, select BFGoodrich UTV tires, select MICHELIN Motorcycle or Scooter tires, or select MICHELIN Bicycle tires. Or get a $120 Reward Card per purchase of four new MICHELIN CrossClimate2 tires.
Offer valid through December 9, 2020. Certain restrictions will apply — We’ve posted Michelin’s complete terms and conditions below that have all the important details. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
Keep in mind that any offers from Michelin typically exclude purchases from warehouse clubs like Sam’s Club, BJ’s Wholesale and Costco will not qualify for the offer. Other mass merchandisers are also usually excluded from this promo (Tire Kingdom, NTB and Big O) but we’ve often found that they often run a similar deal on Michelin tires during the Thanksgiving/Black Friday time frame so it’s worth checking your favorite store to see if they are participating in this offer here in 2021.
How did Michelin’s Black Friday sale look like last year? Were the tire rebates as good as this year? Follow the links below to view their previous ad scans to find out more.
Where will you be picking up your Michelin tires this Thanksgiving weekend? Let us know in the comments.