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Is it just something you know thru your employer? It is essentially like a preferred vendor status that employees get as a benefit or something to that effect? Like "employees of Acme Corp. enjoy 10% off all purchase with companies X, Y & Z" ??? I keep reading how so many people say they are eligible for supplier pricing. Color me clueless....
 

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Technically, you can get a certificate for the supplier discount without having any affiliation with GM. I received a certificate via email by doing some "research" on Google, and my company is in defense contracting...and has no affiliation with GM or it's subsidaries. This was before I found out that I could not use my GM credit card earnings while using the supplier discount.

I won't tell you how I did because it's not really ethical...but I will tell you all the information is on the web...you just need to Google it. :woot:
 

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Or if you know someone who works for GM, or someone who knows someone, etc you can get supplier pricing through GM's gmfamilyfirst program. The employee can provide you with a code that will allow you to get supplier pricing.

www.gmfamilyfirst.com

I'll say this again however, supplier pricing is not that much better than invoice pricing so I would shoot for invoice pricing and then add the Conquest rebate on top of that if you can.
 

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That is kind of what I thought...Invoice with conquestand whatever else would be better from what i had read in the pricing threads. I was wondering if it was like the X-plan pricing for Ford, et al. When we were thinking about the XC90, my friend who works for ford motor credit was going to get us a pin for the discount at Volvo. Just wondered if it was the same type of deal. Thanks!
 
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