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Save An Extra $750 rebate on a New Ford or $500 on A Dodge

swgfanforlife 963 March 22, 2011 at 05:06 PM in Mail In Rebate (3)
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I'm not sure if people are aware of a little known rebte that you can get from Ford if you plan on buying a new car. If you go to the Ford Website and request a brochure on the Fiesta or the Mustang by mail, when you get the brochure on the back it has a $750 rebate coupon that you can stack with any other rebates the dealer is offering.
You can use it for any vehicle Ford makes except the Shelby GT or the Raptor but as I understand it, it only comes if you get the fiesta or mustang brochure.
Make sure to click on the tab for the brochure to be mailed to your house.
http://www.ford.com/brochures/

Also again some of you may not know about this Dodge rebate but if you have any insurance policy with farm bureau they have a Corporate partnership with Dodge and all you have to do is ask your Agent to send you the $500 dodge discount certificate and again it stacks with and other deals. My agent even told us that if we needed it in a hurry he could print one out and we could pick it up at his office.

My wife and I switched to farm Bureau when our homeowners went up here in Louisiana after hurricane katrina and when we got in his office we got a quote on our auto's too and found out he could beat our allstate policy by $200 a year so we switched everything over.

750 or 500 don't sound like a lot of money these days but if you buying a new car anyway, you might as well stack all the incentives you can get. Oh and the rebate from Ford comes printed with your name on it so you can't sell it or give it away.
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Great info!
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Does it have an expiration date?
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Great to know! My wife and I need a car ASAP because the trans on our only car just went out Frown I hope this works out. If it does, you are amazing!
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Thanks! Someone just smashed into the wife's car, we're not sure if its totaled yet, but good to explore all options!
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Take that money and buy an extended warranty. You'll need it. laugh out loud
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I was looking at this car last week! Excellent timing!
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Just wondering, can you use the ford coupon with a new lease?
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FYI

two years ago I used this. However, you can't stack with COLLEGE DISCOUNT ($500). Or at least the FORD VINCENT system (where they input the rebates) wouldn't let them.
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Quote from Ike Pendleton View Post :
Take that money and buy an extended warranty. You'll need it. laugh out loud
For what it's worth, I've owned 5 Ford pickups over the last 20 years and have had excellent reliability so I may very well use this deal. (no extended warranty needed) I know you were probably just kidding. That or you're used to fixing your bailout Chevy.laugh out loudWink
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Great deal. My company offers a discount program for new fords and this would be great to stack with their discount.

I've been looking at the Fiesta to get rid of my SUV (currently gets 18 MPG) as it's killing me at the pump.
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Quote from Ike Pendleton View Post :
Take that money and buy an extended warranty. You'll need it. laugh out loud
2008 focus here, always done my own oil changes and maintenance. No problems whatsoever. Smilie
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For what it's worth, I've owned 5 Ford pickups over the last 20 years and have had excellent reliability so I may very well use this deal. (no extended warranty needed) I know you were probably just kidding. That or you're used to fixing your bailout Chevy.laugh out loudWink
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I was kidding, sort of. My luck with Ford has been roll of the dice. I am a huge believer in regular maintenance. My first Ford (Thunderbird) went well over 100,000 without any issues. My Ford Windstar, well, not so good. Engine AND transmission issues. Ford Expedition.... engine. Luckily I purchased an extended warranty on both vehicles. nod

I prefer Toyota brand now. They have their issues as well, but they are minor compared to major components like engines and trannys.
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Quote from Ike Pendleton View Post :
I was kidding, sort of. My luck with Ford has been roll of the dice. I am a huge believer in regular maintenance. My first Ford (Thunderbird) went well over 100,000 without any issues. My Ford Windstar, well, not so good. Engine AND transmission issues. Ford Expedition.... engine. Luckily I purchased an extended warranty on both vehicles. nod

I prefer Toyota brand now. They have their issues as well, but they are minor compared to major components like engines and trannys.
Well along with my Ford truck my wife drives a Rav4 and my three kids drive a Camry, Celica, and Corolla. So I am a Toyota believer as well. Ford trucks are still hard to beat for the price though.
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Thanks, ordered a brochure, hoping to get an escape
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