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General Tires September 2015
GIFT WITH PURCHASE/MAIL-IN REBATE OFFER:
Valid only with qualified purchase made in the forty-eight (48) contiguous continental u.s. and d.c. between 8/10/15 and 9/11/15 or while supplies last. no rain checks. Valid with the original, dated, paid receipt for the purchase of four (4) new qualifying general tire passenger or light truck tires from a participating retail dealer. offer may not be combined with any other offer, discount, rebate, or promotion. tires must be purchased in a single transaction. offer form must be postmarked or submitted online by 10/1/15. offer not Valid on purchases by wholesalers, dealers, fleets, oem customers, or other commercial entities. requests from those with an inValid or undeliVerable mailing address will be denied. limit two (2) general tire Visa® prepaid cards per household. this card is issued by centerstate bank of florida, na pursuant to a license from Visa u.s.a. inc. not responsible for late, lost, stolen, misdirected, illegible, mutilated, or postage due mail or inability to connect to website. Void in alaska and hawaii and where restricted or prohibited by law. any taxes, fees or costs are sole responsibility of recipient. allow 8-12 weeks for fulfillment. prepaid cards will not haVe cash access and can be used eVerywhere Visa debit cards are accepted. each time you use the card, the amount of the transaction will be deducted from the amount of your aVailable balance. card will be issued in the name on the redemption form only. card expires after 6 months, subject to applicable law. card is non-transferable and non-refundable. terms and conditions apply to the prepaid card. see prepaid card for details. Visit www.generaltire.com for redemption form and complete offer conditions and restrictions.
tampering with, altering, or falsifying purchase information constitutes fraud and could result in state and federal prosecution.