Hankook Tire Announces Spring Savings

Hankook Tire Announces Spring Savings

Hankook Change-Up Rebate offers savings of up to $70 on popular Hankook and Laufenn Products.

Hankook Tire has announced its first 2021 consumer promotion, the Change-Up Rebate. To celebrate the return of baseball season, Hankook will offer consumers savings of up to $70 on popular tires from select passenger, SUV and light truck lines. Products from Hankook’s Laufenn line also will be included in the rebate. All rebates should be submitted online at hankookrebates.com.  

According to the Hankook Tire Gauge Index, 76 percent of drivers are hitting the road at least once a week, and that number is expected to rise as COVID-19 numbers decline and vaccinations increase. For those in need of a new set of tires, the Change-Up Rebate includes a variety of premium all-season and summer options ranging from UHP tires optimized for sport driving to premium touring products from both Hankook and Laufenn lines. Consumers who purchase at least four tires from eligible lines between the dates of March 19 and May 8 will qualify for the Change-Up Rebate. 

Qualifying tires offered through the 2021 Change-Up Rebate include:

Rebate Amount / ProductProduct Description
$70 Ventus V12 evo2                        Summer tire designed for sports driving
$60 Ventus S1 noble2                        All-season premium performance passenger tire
$60 Dynapro HT                                 All-season highway performance for SUVs/Light Trucks
$60 Dynapro HP2                               Summer high-performance for luxury SUVs
$50 Kinergy PTAll-season premium passenger & crossover touring tire
Rebate Amount / ProductProduct Description
$40 S Fit ASAll-season UHP tire
$40 X Fit HTAll-season SUV/Light Truck highway tire 

For more information about the Hankook Change-Up Rebate, visit the Hankook rebate website.

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