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Old 01-06-2010, 03:00 AM   #1
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WHATS THE NEW INCENTIVES

Does anyone know what the new incentives are going to be? Supplier discounts, USAA, etc. I know the incentives changed on the 4th.
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Old 01-06-2010, 04:07 AM   #2
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I think its pay more or dont.
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Old 01-06-2010, 06:17 AM   #3
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The 60 Day guarantee $500 is gone.

Supplier is now called GM Preferred pricing. Credit union is through 9/2010, USAA through 12/2010
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Old 01-06-2010, 09:30 AM   #4
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It's a shame (IMO) that dealers get to choose whether to honor the Credit Union discount or not. I didn't know about the discount when I ordered mine. when I found out about it (a few days after I ordered it), I called and asked. Of course (my luck) the dealer said they don't accept Credit Union discounts on the Camaro or the Corvette. I am hoping that at the time of my expected delivery (Mid-End of February) that there will be some new incentive that I can take advantage of.

On a side note...anyone know if the New Car Tax Writeoff of 2009 will be repeated in 2010?
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Old 01-06-2010, 10:17 AM   #5
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Also, GM Card holders got letters indicating their GM Card Earnings are topped off to $2,000., and the Camaro is eligible.

While not considering another Camaro this GM Card offer plus the Pontiac and Saturn clearance discounts means $7000 + $1,000 Owner Loyalty discount or $8,000 off one of the exiting brands... tempting...
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Old 01-06-2010, 10:27 AM   #6
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Just recieved an email about the $1000 owner loyalty discount
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Old 01-06-2010, 10:27 AM   #7
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Yes, true that the 2010 Camaro is eligible for GM Card Earnings...but also be forwarned that there is an Redeption Allowance cap. The cap for the 2010 Camaro is currently $1000. So it doesn't matter that you have $2000 saved up (like I do) you can only use $1000 toward the Camaro.

You can check Redeption Allowances at: https://www.gmflexcard.com/GMFlexCar...leAllowance.do
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Old 01-06-2010, 10:37 AM   #8
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Just recieved an email about the $1000 owner loyalty discount
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* Eligible owners must own/lease a 1999 or newer model year Chevy, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Pontiac, Saturn, Saab, HUMMER or Oldsmobile. Owner Loyalty Cash excludes 2010: Chevy Camaro, Corvette ZR1, Equinox; Buick LaCrosse; GMC Terrain; Cadillac SRX Crossover; HUMMER H1, HUMMER H2 and 2009: Chevy Corvette ZR1, Kodiak (except Chevy Kodiak C4500), GMC TopKick (except GMC TopKick C4500); and all HUMMER vehicles.
Sooo....Camaro 2010 are not eligible for loyalty discounts accoriding to their site.
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Old 01-06-2010, 10:53 AM   #9
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Sooo....Camaro 2010 are not eligible for loyalty discounts accoriding to their site.
They just happened to leave that out of the email. Go figure.
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Old 01-06-2010, 10:58 AM   #10
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They just happened to leave that out of the email. Go figure.
Of course. They figure get someone inticed and interested, maybe even at a dealer, and by the time you find out it's not eligible, you won't care and get one anyway.
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Old 01-06-2010, 03:39 PM   #11
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Does anyone know what the new incentives are going to be? Supplier discounts, USAA, etc. I know the incentives changed on the 4th.
GMS (Employee discount) changed to "Preferred Pricing" plus an "EVA" discount...

The default "Preferred Pricing" is the same as GSU (Supplier dscount) and EVA for the Camaro is $0.00 for now...

so after the program changed, GMS = GSU for the Camaro.

After inventory builds GM may apply an EVA discount to the Camaro - but prolly not until year end clearance time.
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I have the old GMCARD with $4000 on it, and I can use $3500 of it on a GM vehicle. I assume GM loyaty and the USAA discount.
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Old 01-06-2010, 06:34 PM   #13
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Is the Supplier price a % or fixed amount? and can the credit union discount be used on top of that? What credit unions are included and how much do you save?
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Old 01-06-2010, 08:06 PM   #14
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I have the old GMCARD with $4000 on it, and I can use $3500 of it on a GM vehicle. I assume GM loyaty and the USAA discount.
Even though you have $4000. That does not mean you can use all of it on the car you want. For example, the Camaro 2010, as I stated previously, has a maximum redemption allowance cap of $1000, regardless of how many points you have saved on your card. So after using your points, you will still have $3000 left on the card, because they will only accept $1000. You can check out any GM Vehicle and what the Redemption Allowance cap is at the website I linked in my previous posting. The USAA discount is still in effect until 12/2010 as stated earlier by CamaroScotty. And lastly, as stated above the GM Loyalty does not apply to the Camaro, it is exempt. You can verify that on the GM site as well.

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Is the Supplier price a % or fixed amount? and can the credit union discount be used on top of that? What credit unions are included and how much do you save?
The supplier pricing (now known as GM Preferred pricing) is a fixed amount. You can find out the amount for the vehicles you are interested in by checking out:
http://prod3.gmautobuilder.com/Build...riceformula=CO

The Credit Union Member discount is the same thing as the GM Preferred pricing. It's not in addition to it. If you want to see if your credit union is a participating member, check out: http://www.lovemycreditunion.org/GM_...g_CUs_299.html


I hope this information helps.

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But if GM has "topped off" our earnings to $3000, that means I can use all $3000 on a camaro, and not just $1000 right? Otherwise, why top it off? No ones going to go buy three cars at once because GM is having a little sale.
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Old 01-07-2010, 07:01 AM   #16
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But if GM has "topped off" our earnings to $3000, that means I can use all $3000 on a camaro, and not just $1000 right? Otherwise, why top it off? No ones going to go buy three cars at once because GM is having a little sale.
I am not 100% sure since I havn't recieved one of those "top offs", but from what I understand and have read... Each car has a different Redeption Allowance cap, some are $1000, some are $1500, some $3000... So regardless of your "top off", you are still limited to the maximum redemption for the car you select. If you select a car with a limit of $3000 or more, then you are fine, you can use al your points. But like I said, it states on their site that the Camaro is maxed at $1000. So I doubt the "cap off" will make a difference.

Just because GM tops off your points, doesn't mean your eligible to use them all. It's not like they only manufacture one car... If they had a small selection, or only one car to choose from, then yes, topping off your points is useless if there is a cap. But since there is a selection of cars to choose from, they top it off in the hope to intice you to get any car...

I could be wrong, If anyone has recieved this "top off" offer, can you read the fine print and see if it override the set Redeption Allowance Cap?
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I think the only way to REALLY KNOW how much of your earnings can be applied is to check, but with a specific VIN.

I had a customer back in October that when we entered the earnings he was allowed to use $2,380 on the purchase of his Camaro. He was quite delighted!
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I think the only way to REALLY KNOW how much of your earnings can be applied is to check, but with a specific VIN.

I had a customer back in October that when we entered the earnings he was allowed to use $2,380 on the purchase of his Camaro. He was quite delighted!
So, if it goes by VIN, then why do they have a Redeption Allowance Limit? Isn't it kind of pointless then?
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So, if it goes by VIN, then why do they have a Redeption Allowance Limit? Isn't it kind of pointless then?
Well, as a matter of fact, yes! lol

But I have seen it more than a few times in the 5 years I have been here. Sometimes it allows more and I can't explain why. It just happens!
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My $4000 on my GMCARD, I called them and was told I could use $3500 on any gm product. I have one of the original cards and the rules changed after a few years. You used to be able to use I think $7500. My card wife has a card and they ramped hers upto $3000 and $1000 loyalty. The best I've seen was when they ramped up my son's card to $5960 on a 04 GTO with all the discounting we got a GTO for $15,000 off msrp. $18,400 for a car that was $33,400 and a special interest rate of .9% for three years. His interest for 3 years was $130. I got my card in 1992.
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My $4000 on my GMCARD, I called them and was told I could use $3500 on any gm product. I have one of the original cards and the rules changed after a few years. You used to be able to use I think $7500. My card wife has a card and they ramped hers upto $3000 and $1000 loyalty. The best I've seen was when they ramped up my son's card to $5960 on a 04 GTO with all the discounting we got a GTO for $15,000 off msrp. $18,400 for a car that was $33,400 and a special interest rate of .9% for three years. His interest for 3 years was $130. I got my card in 1992.
I am going by the current information on their own website. I have one of the original GMCards as well, I do not have the Flex card. But according to the website, doesn't matter which you have. I havn't called to find out specifically if there is anything different...maybe there is. But their website doesn't say anything about having different rules for different cards.
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The best I've seen was when they ramped up my son's card to $5960 on a 04 GTO with all the discounting we got a GTO for $15,000 off msrp. $18,400 for a car that was $33,400 and a special interest rate of .9% for three years. His interest for 3 years was $130.
You didn't buy that GTO...you STOLE it.
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PS my son told me what if he didn't like the GTO. Fully loaded with a 350hp corvette engine. I laughed, I must have fallen with him as a baby. I think he has brain damage.
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Does anyone know what the new incentives are going to be? Supplier discounts, USAA, etc. I know the incentives changed on the 4th.
The awesomeness of the Camaro is incentive enough!
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