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post #1 of 10 Old 02-26-2019, 08:23 PM Thread Starter
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Active tire rebates Dunlop and Bridgestone.

Bridgestone is $60 Visa card rebate on a set of S21 Hypersports and others.

Dunlop is $40 for a set and $60 if you get a service (like install). Q3+, I hear no Q3, only Q3+.

Best price I could find (taxes, shipping, everything) was $213... $153 after rebate for a set of S21s.

2Wheel.com, Motosport.com, AmericanMotoTire.com are all in about the same price range.


Bottom line is $153 is about what you'd expect to pay for one tire, hard to beat these prices.

BTW, the S21 is being replaced with an S22, the grooves look like the Road 5 with that 3D cut pattern, but the price took a nice jump, so I'm going with the S21s for now.

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this is before rebate at rockymountainatvmc. I can't not go with a set of them at this point even though I was intending to go more towards to sport end of the spectrum, not backwards. They are a killer deal atm.

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this is before rebate at rockymountainatvmc. I can't not go with a set of them at this point even though I was intending to go more towards to sport end of the spectrum, not backwards. They are a killer deal atm.
I've already ordered mine, but I'm wondering what's your "to your door" price?

I priced several places and when you account for shipping, tax, etc... they started to get to the same price.

I should have mine by Friday.

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It's free shipping. That's the total.

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It's free shipping. That's the total.

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I'm getting ~$15 sales tax, but even accounting for that, that's about $10 cheaper. I did get some $10 "quick cash" but it expires in 30 days and requires something like a ~$50 purchase.

Might use that to rebuild the forks again and maybe new front pads (haven't checked them in a bit).

Great find, beat me by about $10.

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Certain online dealers have no sales tax

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Is the rebate for all retailers.
The only one I am finding is for Cycle Gear.

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Is the rebate for all retailers.
The only one I am finding is for Cycle Gear.
I called a local retailer and they had no idea the rebate was active. If you go to the site:

https://bridgestonerewards.com/FindRewards

go to "submit claim" and you'll see other retailers listed.

I have a confirmation email from Bridgestone and all be a few are included. I don't remember the few not included but 2Wheel.com AmericanMotTire.com motosport.com and the others are included.

The net prices for a set of S21s is in the $150 range after rebate.

Note that one retailer said they'll start on Friday 3/1, so that's a different date. I already purchased mine because my tires were due long ago and my bike is my only transportation right now. So you might want to wait until Friday 3/1 just in case, but I'd expect you'll see other start to advertise this soon.

Don't forget, the Dunlop Q3+ is doing a rebate too if you want that tire instead, someone suggested Avon might have one as well, but I'm getting the S21s myself.

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Just submitted my claim...

Interesting that it has TWO rewards. IIRC, it was $50 years ago, so maybe both add up to the $60.

You MUST apply online for the rebate, and they did list vendors other than Cycle Gear, so this is NOT a Cycle Gear only deal.

BTW, I did get a quote from Cycle Gear for $240 + tax, and at the same time, they said $159.99 + $124.99, so that's not $240 but maybe they sell a set cheaper. Just throwing that out there because if you don't install the tires yourself, you might have to pay more.

The prices I'm looking at didn't include any mount/balance... I'm going to try that myself.


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