Sam’s Club has everything your family needs, including food, shoes, cleaning supplies, gas stations, and an extensive auto center.
Because Sam’s Club offers their members services for their vehicles, you may be wondering if they rotate tires. And if so, what are the specifications and details you need to know about? Here is what I discovered!
Does Sam’s Club Rotate Tires?
Sam’s Club does rotate tires only for their members for around $4-$6 per tire. The Tire Installation package includes a lifetime of complimentary tire rotations within the tires’ usable life (2/32nds of an inch or more tread remaining). Both services are available for everyday cars and trucks.
To find out more about how to schedule a tire rotation at Sam’s Club and the tires available for sale at the auto center, continue reading!
How Much Does It Cost To Rotate Your Tires At Sam’s Club?
A one-time tire rotation also comes with a one-time tire balance and air pressure adjustment, which costs between $4 and $6, depending on the type of vehicle.
This one-time tire rotation service is available only to members who did not purchase their tires from Sam’s Club.
Also, a one-time tire rotation is not available for new tire purchases, RVs, motor homes, dual-rear-wheel vehicles, and specialty vehicles.
However, if you have your tires installed at Sam’s Club, they offer a Tire Installation Package, which includes a lifetime of complimentary tire rotations whenever you would like.
A critical detail of the lifetime tire rotation is that it only covers tires for their usable life, which is 2/32nds of an inch or more of tread remaining.
Sam’s Club will not rotate your tires for free if the tread is lower than the specified amount.
How Do You Schedule A Tire Rotation At Sam’s Club?
Scheduling a tire rotation is quite simple at Sam’s Club, and there are a few different ways to do so, including:
If you are shopping in-store at Sam’s Club, you can stop by the auto center and schedule an appointment in person.
Another quick way to schedule your tire rotation is to give your local Sam’s Club a call.
When you call to set up an appointment, this also allows you to ask a Sam’s Club employee any other questions you may have about tire rotation.
Depending on how busy it is at your local Sam’s Club, you may be able to walk in without an appointment to have your tires rotated.
Do You Have To Be A Sam’s Club Member To Have Your Tires Rotated?
To access the free lifetime tire rotation or the one-time tire rotation, you must be a member of Sam’s Club.
Unfortunately, if you are not a member of Sam’s Club, you cannot get your tires rotated in their auto center.
How Much Do Tires Cost At Sam’s Club?
Buying the right tires for your vehicle can be expensive. However, Sam’s Club offers quality tires for a much lower price than other tire stores (you can save almost $20!)
The average price for tires at Sam’s Club is $140 per tire, with an installation price of $20 per tire for most vehicles.
Additionally, Sam’s Club offers an ‘all-in’ price match on all of their tires. So, if you find the same brand of tires for a lower price, Sam’s Club will match the price.
The only other store that sells tires for a lower cost is Walmart, which has a medium price of $102 per tire.
What Kind Of Tires Does Sam’s Club Sell?
Just like everything else in the store, Sam’s Club provides a wide array of tires available for their members to buy.
In addition to tires for everyday cars and trucks, Sam’s Club also sells tires for specialty vehicles and activities, including:
- Lawn and garden
- Power equipment
- Industrial equipment
- Snow/Winter tires
No matter what type of vehicle or piece of equipment you need tires for, Sam’s Club is likely to have what you are looking for!
To have your tires rotated at Sam’s Club, you must be an active member. If you buy the tire installation package at Sam’s Club, there is a lifetime of tire rotations available for free.
A lifetime of complimentary tire rotations is just one of several no-charge services available with the tire installation package Sam’s Club offers its members.
Otherwise, a one-time tire rotation will cost you between $4-$6 and includes a tire balance as well as an air pressure adjustment.