Plaintiff bought a set of tires from WalMart.com, agreeing to its online terms which included an arbitration agreement. He sent the tires to a local WalMart to be installed on his car. While in the store, plaintiff bought WalMart’s “lifetime” service contract for tire rotation and balancing. That service contract did not include an arbitration clause. This decision affirms the district court’s denial of WalMart’s motion to compel arbitration of claims arising from its alleged breach of the service contract. The online terms clearly applied only to online purchases, not in store purchases, like the service contract. And the tire purchase was sufficiently distinct from the service contract so that disputes arising from the service contract fell outside the scope of the tire purchase contract’s online terms and arbitration agreement.