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Old 04-25-2015, 11:13 AM   #1
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Michelin Advantage Program

I had ordered replacement tires and was waiting for delivery from the factory. While waiting for delivery, I received the WIT Club News April / May 2015 with the announcement of the WIT Club MICHELIN Advantage Program.

Bottom line I saved $390.60 on the 6 tires. 235/80R 22.5 XRV
Also saved $108.00 on installation and balance.
And saved money due to lower tax amount.

Program came at the right time for replacing my 10 year old tires.
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I had ordered replacement tires and was waiting for delivery from the factory. While waiting for delivery, I received the WIT Club News April / May 2015 with the announcement of the WIT Club MICHELIN Advantage Program.

Bottom line I saved $390.60 on the 6 tires. 235/80R 22.5 XRV
Also saved $108.00 on installation and balance.
And saved money due to lower tax amount.

Program came at the right time for replacing my 10 year old tires.

This program is also available from FMCA.


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We are riding on michelins via the FMCA program. Recommended.
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I read the procedures for the WIT Club Michelin Advantage Program, and quite frankly it sounded like a lot of monkeying around with credit card pre approval etc. to go thru the WIT program. Is the FMCA program any easier?
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I read the procedures for the WIT Club Michelin Advantage Program, and quite frankly it sounded like a lot of monkeying around with credit card pre approval etc. to go thru the WIT program. Is the FMCA program any easier?

Exact same program and identical procedures.


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