Sears stock is skyrocketing on news of a new Amazon partnership

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The tire service will roll out to Sears Auto Centers in the United States over the next couple of weeks.

The roll out will start in the forthcoming weeks to get those who are living in reach of 4-7 Sears Auto Centers in two metropolitan areas: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. The service will gradually go at Sears' significantly more than four hundred Automobile Centers across the US, to reach greater of Amazon's customers. At the time of the purchase, customers can select an appointment time to have the tires installed.

Amazon will also begin selling Sears' DieHard All-Season tires after DieHard products including jump starters and battery chargers began selling in December. The struggling retailer said at its annual shareholders meeting Wednesday that it has partnered with Amazon.com to install all tires bought through the e-commerce giant.

Sears is strengthening its relationship with Amazon. The service will be available across 47 Sears Auto Centers in cities such as Miami, Los Angeles and Dallas. During the ordering process, there is an option to choose to have the tires shipped to the location and have them installed there.

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Investor's Business Daily has the details on Amazon's deal with Sears.

The spokesman said that there will be a standard installation fee paid to Sears. Last year, Amazon began selling Sears's Kenmore brand of ovens, washers and other appliances.

This is the third time in recent months that the companies announce a partnership.

Shares of Monro Inc (NASDAQ: MNRO) initially fell more than 7 percent after the announcement. Costco (COST), which runs its own chain of tire installation centers, dipped 0.2%. Under the new deal, Amazon.com will sell DieHard passenger tires as well.

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