DALLAS — Online tire site TireGet Inc. is partnering with consumer financial services company Synchrony Financial to provide financing options for all TireGet.com customers.
As part of the agreement, TireGet consumers will get access to six- and 12-month deferred-interest financing for all tire purchases through the TireGet site. Tires then can be installed at one of more than 25,000 installers across the U.S.
Dallas-based TireGet describes itself as a "super-mega tire warehouse" with no distribution agreements, meaning it can ship anywhere in the U.S. without restrictions. The site also is able to offer fitment suggestions based on use and application.
The site offers a selection of tires, including ATV/UTV, ST Trailer, light truck, light truck MT/AT, passenger, OTR, medium truck and lawn and garden.
"Incorporating Synchrony's 25,000 preferred vendors, consumers will also have access to the widest installation network in the e-commerce space," TireGet President Chris Jenkins said.
Synchrony Financial will provide financing via its Synchrony Car Care network, which includes several financing options and cards as well as the Synchrony Car Care Card.
Steve Roe, senior vice president and general manager of Synchrony Car Care, said the partnership will "help transform TireGet to implement new financing strategies to gain a competitive advantage."
The new financing options became available to all eligible customers through the TireGet website Nov. 1.
Stamford, Conn.-based Synchrony describes itself as "one of the nation's premier consumer financial services companies" and the largest provider of private- label credit cards in the U.S. based on volume and receivables.