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    Got Email Advertising Buy 3 Tires Get One Free

    Hello,

    Today, Monday 11/2/2020, I received an email from Fiat advertising buy 3 tires get one free. i deleted it before I realized I need new tires. Now I don't have the information from it to determine what I need to know to proceed. Can someone who also received this email inform me as to what that email said.

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    I managed to recover that deleted email from the Internet service provider's email server. It turns out that in order to buy 3 tires and to get 1 for free (actually for $1) depends of applying for, and getting approved for, a FIAT Drive Plus Mastercard.

    I won't be doing this. God knows, I already have more credit cards than i care to remember. No big deal. There are plenty tire stores available where I can buy all the tires I need at all sorts of prices.

    Fiat Boy

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    Check the link for Tirerack at the top of the page. They are competitive with most stores and I'll bet you can get a better price thru them than the B3G1F offer, w/o applying for another card. (If you use the link to purchase, a small donation is given to help support the group, too.)

    TR is always my go-to for tire info and pricing. With a price in hand, local stores may give you a better deal than you'll get just dropping in. 4 years ago their price was $70 less than Goodyear's B3G1F on the same GY tire.

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    map,

    I'll check it out, thanks. I'm also looking at wheels, tires and air pressure sensors that 500 Madness has to offer. My original wheels all have curb rash, and the pressure sensors likely should be replaced. My 500 is a 2012 model (20,000 miles), and those pressure sensors have batteries in then, not? Batteries are 8 years old? Scary!

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    I haven't price compared TR's wheels yet, but there's a set I have my eye on. When I was putting together the tire/wheel set (to check pricing) they had a pop-up to remind me I might need sensors. I know what you mean about wheel rash. My car was 3 weeks old when I scuffed a wheel.

    Yes, 8 years is a long time but I understand the sensors are less active when the wheels are stationary. I expect my car will be about 4 yo when tires are due, so a harder decision. I wonder if they can tell how much battery life is left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat Boy View Post
    map,

    I'll check it out, thanks. I'm also looking at wheels, tires and air pressure sensors that 500 Madness has to offer. My original wheels all have curb rash, and the pressure sensors likely should be replaced. My 500 is a 2012 model (20,000 miles), and those pressure sensors have batteries in then, not? Batteries are 8 years old? Scary!

    Fiat Boy
    Hello Fiat Boy,

    I believe the typical quote for TPMS battery life is 5-7 years. We do use genuine FIAT pressure sensors to ensure they will work correctly with your vehicle.

    If you would like, feel free to give us a call and one of our Senior Techs will be happy to work with you directly. His name is Eric and he owned a few 500s himself as well as installed wheels and tires on several at our California shop. His direct extension is 562-981-6800 ext 109

    Thanks again!
    Check out www.500MADNESS.com for the largest selection of FIAT 500 Parts and Accessories in stock at the lowest prices. We service, customize and modify! Give us a call at 562-981-6800 or 512-982-9393.

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    500 Madness,

    After reviewing my options, I decided to purchase wheels, tires, and air pressure sensors from 500 Madness.

    I selected 16" wheels by Magneti Marelli in satin black. The tech I talked to over the phone recommended 205/40R16 Falken all-season tires, which I accepted. I topped off the purchase with 4 OEM Fiat/Mopar pressure sensors.

    500 Madness will mount and balance the wheels and tires, for a small fee, of course. This makes the wheels ready to install by me. They are charging shipping cost of $100 only, which sounds more than fair.

    I'm satisfied with how well 500 Madness (Eric) handled this situation. I've purchased some items from 500 Madness previously with similar good results. I suppose readers are curious about how much this purchase cost: $1,825.00. I believe the items cost is worth it.

    Fiat Boy

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    Nice wheels! Those are the real deal. Made in Italy! I think they are made in Bergamo, where nearly 6,000 people died of COVID earlier this year. I'm not telling you to wipe the wheels down with disinfectant, lol, I just think it's great to buy products that support jobs in that community because it's going through a rough time. I'm doubt that there was any other small city in the world that suffered as much.

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    Paulbob,

    I hope my paltry purchase of 4 wheels helps elevate some suffering in that community. I doubt that in the scheme of things that the purchase amounts to much, but I suppose every little bit helps.

    Fiat Boy

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    Great choice on the wheels and vendor. I've always loved the looks of those wheels.

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