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M/T begins two-month tire and wheel promotion

Posted on April 3, 2014

Consumers buying a complete set of select Mickey Thompson light truck tires or wheels from April 1 through May 31, 2014, will receive a prepaid card for up to $80.

An $80 mail-in rebate applies to the following tire lines:

* Baja STZ,

* Baja ATZP3,

* Baja MTZ,

* Baja Claw TTC Radial, and

* Deegan 38.

A $50 mail-in rebate will be offered to customers buying a set of the following wheel lines: Classic III, Classic III Black, Classic Baja Lock and Sidebiter II.

"With the introduction of several new products, we wanted to develop a great incentive on some of our most popular light truck tires and wheels,” says Ken Warner, vice president of marketing for Mickey Thompson Performance Tires & Wheels.

“This is one of the best reward programs we’ve offered, so it’s a great time to get both tires and wheels for your truck, Jeep or 4x4.”

This offer is available to residents in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Canada. Consumers who purchase a full set of four qualifying tires or a full set of four qualifying wheels within the program dates should submit the invoice and claim form by mail. Requests must be postmarked no later than June 30 and received by July 15 to be eligible.

A Mickey Thompson Tires Prepaid Card will be provided, and may be used virtually anywhere debit cards are accepted. It cannot be redeemed for cash.

For details and official rules, visit www.mickeythompsontires.com/rebate. 

Max-Trac Tire Co. Inc., a subsidiary of Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., does business as Mickey Thompson Performance Tires & Wheels. For more information, visit www.mickeythompsontires.com.

Related Topics: Custom wheels, Ken Warner, Mickey Thompson Baja, Rebate

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