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Hankook Tire Launches Fall Classic Rebate

Hankook Tire’s Fall Classic Rebate gives buyers a chance to receive up to a $70 prepaid Mastercard when purchasing a set of one of six of Hankook’s most popular passenger and light truck tire models.

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With baseball season in full swing, Hankook Tire, the official tire of Major League Baseball, wants drivers to hit a home run on a new set of tires.

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Hankook Tire’s Fall Classic Rebate gives buyers a chance to receive up to a $70 prepaid Mastercard when purchasing a set of one of six of Hankook’s most popular passenger and light truck tire models.

Hankook Tire’s Fall Classic Rebate gives buyers a chance to receive up to a $70 prepaid Mastercard when purchasing a set of one of six of Hankook’s most popular passenger and light truck tire models. No matter the terrain or weather patterns, Hankook’s Fall Classic lineup, which includes its newest all-terrain Dynapro AT2 and its highest-rated Kinergy tires, will set up drivers for success on the road.

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Consumers who purchase four qualifying Hankook tires from an authorized Hankook dealer between Aug. 31 and Oct. 13 are eligible for an online rebate of up to $70 in the form of a prepaid Mastercard. Consumers can submit online at www.hankookrebates.com

“Fall is a double play of excitement and competition for baseball fans, and we’re looking to add to that enthusiasm with our Fall Classic Rebate,” said Sooman Choi, vice president of marketing, Hankook Tire. “Hankook has its own double play of design and innovation, and we’re thrilled to offer drivers a chance to enjoy a smooth journey and a great value.”

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Qualifying tires offered through the 2019 Fall Classic Rebate include:

• Hankook Dynapro AT2 (RF11) $70 rebate 

• Hankook Dynapro HP2 (RA33) $50 rebate 

• Hankook Ventus S1 noble2 (H452) $50 rebate 

• Hankook Dynapro HT (RH12) $50 rebate 

• Hankook KINERGY PT (H737) $50 rebate 

• Hankook KINERGY ST (H735) $50 rebate 

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