Best Goodyear Tire Coupons and Deals - June 2020

Updated by Patricia Potter June 22, 2020

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Top Coupons

Coupon #1: $75 Rebate On Goodyear Tires

Get $75 rebate when you purchase a complete set of Goodyear tires on

  • Valid until 06/30/2020

Get Deal: $75 Rebate On Goodyear Tires

Coupon #2: Save $5 on Synthetic Blend Oil Change

 Planning for an oil change? Save $5 on a synthetic blend oil change. See the complete details here.

  • Valid until 06/30/2020

Get Deal: Save $5 on Synthetic Blend Oil Change

Coupon #3: Save $10 on Full Synthetic Oil Change

Another option for that oil change! Scratch $10 for a full synthetic oil change. See the complete details here.

  • Valid until 06/30/2020

Get Deal: Save $10 on Full Synthetic Oil Change


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Coupon #4: Save $50 on any Brake Service of $250

Instantly save $50 on your brake service of $250 or more. See the complete details here.

  • Valid until 06/30/2020

Get Deal: Save $50 on any Brake Service of $250

Coupon #5: Road Ready Check

Free Road Ready Check, includes tires, under-the-hood fluids, brakes, battery, and cabin filter checks. See the complete details here.

  • Valid at Goodyear Auto Service locations only.
  • Valid until 06/30/2020

Get Deal: Road Ready Check

Coupon #6: Free Shipping to Installer

Purchase your tires online and it will be ship free to the installer of your choice.

  • Online only

Get Deal: Free Shipping to Installer

Goodyear FAQ

What You Might Not Know about Goodyear

If you haven’t heard of Goodyear, you probably haven’t heard of “cars,” either, so welcome to 1901. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company is a tire giant that literally invented the way rubber goes on your wheels. Along with making the tires, they also retail them through a network of Goodyear Tire and Auto Centers and Just Tires, and independently owned shops that are part of the Goodyear Tire and Service Network. Through these outlets, Goodyear provides a whole range of auto repair and maintenance services in addition to new tires from Goodyear, Dunlop, and Kelly. Goodyear also sells tires direct to consumers through their website,, and operates a mobile tire installation program called Roll by Goodyear that provides new tire installation services in many major cities. Tires installed through this method offer all the rebate and warranty perks of purchasing tires in stores, but with the added convenience that they come to your home, office, or shopping center so you can have tires installed on your vehicle while you tend to other business. Warranty claims for tires installed using the Roll by Goodyear service are handled in the exact same way as if you purchased the tires in a Goodyear Company-owned store. Information on mobile tire installation can be found at

Why We Like Goodyear Tire

We get all kinds of questions from listeners and site visitors on weird, off-brand, no-name tires. Our advice is to spend a few more bucks on a tire from a company that stands behind their tires. Goodyear has a nationwide footprint, and the warranty on repairs and maintenance performed at company-owned stores and members of the Goodyear Tire and Service network is serviceable all over the United States. If you had a repair in Texas and something goes wrong in Maine, you can be sure there will be a place nearby to get service. Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, if you purchase Goodyear, Dunlop, or Kelly tires online from and have them shipped to a Goodyear company store or Tire and Service Network member shop for installation, you will be able to obtain tire warranty service in person. This means tires will be replaced or pro-rated refunds issued without having to mail tires back to an internet retailer. This is a huge advantage. Most Goodyear affiliated shops and stores accept the Goodyear credit card. Purchases made on this card generally have a six month period of deferred interest. Additionally, manufacturers' tire rebates on Goodyear tires are increased when the Goodyear card is used at participating online and brick-and-mortar retailers. As far as quality goes, research will show that Goodyear tires are often listed at the top of ratings in a leading consumer research publication. 

How to Maximize Savings on Goodyear Tires

Goodyear has regular sales on many of its tires from Goodyear, Dunlop, and Kelly. An easy way to check to see which tires are on sale is to go to the Goodyear website, click on “Find Tires”, enter your tire size and location information, and then select the “Offers Available” square after the tire search results appear on your screen. and Goodyear company-owned stores also provide price matching. Just present a copy of the price from another retailer (shipping included if it is an online retailer) and they will match the price. If you have already purchased the tires and a lower price is found within 14 days of the purchase, they will refund you the difference. If you’ve decided on a set of Goodyear, Dunlop, or Kelly tires for your car or truck, go to the Goodyear website to find tires with rebates, make sure no lower price can be found either locally or online, price match if necessary, then purchase the tires on the Goodyear credit card. By combining these price reduction strategies you can be sure you are getting the absolute best deal on Goodyear, Dunlop, or Kelly tires. Finally, tire rotations are free when you purchase tires from Goodyear company-owned stores or participating members of the Goodyear Tire and Service Network. To keep tread life warranties in place, regular rotations are a must.

Are Goodyear tires actually good?

In the most up-to-date ratings by a leading consumer testing magazine, Goodyear has tires in the top five ratings in the categories of Performance All Season, Ultra High Performance All Season, Ultra High Performance Summer, SUV All Season, and Truck All Terrain. Dunlop is in the top five ratings of Truck Winter.

Does Goodyear own Kelly Tires?

Goodyear owns Kelly Tires and in the United States, Dunlop Tires.

Are Goodyear tires made in the United States?

Goodyear manufactures tires in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and other manufacturing plants worldwide.

Editor's note and disclaimer: All coupons are individually checked by a real human at Car Talk before we put them on the site. Unfortunately, those humans may not be fully awake (or all that smart). So if we missed anything, please let us know. Our goal is to make you laugh and possibly save you some money, and we can't do that if you're banging your head against your keyboard in frustration. We appreciate your help!

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