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|03-20-2013 08:31 PM|
|junior3024||Out of all the slick deals I've ever taken advantage of, this one saved me the most $$$ by far! Saved me $1000 on my brand new Optima!!! Thanks!|
|03-05-2013 06:38 AM|
|stettin||There must have been a run on these cards because one of mine was "out of stock". I ordered about $1300 in cards|
|03-04-2013 08:14 PM|
|jz48||I have 2 discover cards and in total I have about $2000 cashback, anyone interested in this Kia gift card deal please PM me with a decent price, thanks.|
|03-04-2013 08:50 AM|
|03-04-2013 08:40 AM|
to all the kia haters posting here:
i own 3 cars,
a $90,000 Mercdes AMG Convertible with 45,000 miles, which has been in the shop countless times and I still have one problem that they can not seem to resolve.
i also have a Hyundai Sonata (Same as a Kia Optima), with 65,000 miles and only had one problem fixed under warranty
my wife has a Kia Soul with 50,000 miles and no problems (just one recall regarding an audio speaker)
|03-04-2013 08:19 AM|
|Jabbit||If anyone doesn't want their cards, I would be willing to buy them for the CB amount plus a small profit. PM me if interested.|
|03-02-2013 01:00 AM|
|Kriegsmarine||I tried using the KIA gift card at my Infiniti dealership. The cashier tried running the card twice, but it was rejected both times. This dealership would likely have an MCC (near?) identical to a KIA dealership, so clearly Discover has done their homework and seems to have made these only redeemable at KIA (as per the T&Cs). If anyone has any further input here, I would love to hear it. Still a great deal and KIA will be changing the oil on my Infiniti for at least through the next year...|
|02-26-2013 05:38 PM|
|boniam||I guess it didn't work at other car dealership.|
|02-23-2013 04:56 AM|
|02-21-2013 09:32 AM|
I bought my second new car 4 years ago. After 33000 miles in 4 year, it is still holding 70% of the value (current kbb dealer price) due to the incentives I received. Indeed, the kbb value was higher than my purchase price during the first 2 years. In addition, it generally has higher resale value for vehicles with a single previous owner.
|02-20-2013 11:30 AM|
I disagree. I usually buy new or very old ( 5-10 years old with low miles). If you buy 1-3 years old, you're better off buying New. 1st, there are lots of deals when buying new, incentives from manufacturers, also 0% APR or low APR financing compared to a used car. For example, I paid $34k for a brand new infiniti G37XS with premium package, and some accessories. 2 years later, I check kbb value, it was valued at $35k for private party sale. oh, the $34k includes all taxes and fees. This is the type of comparison I always do before buying new and it is always cheaper buying new with high resale value vehicles. if the vehicle does not have a high resale, then maybe you're right.
now, I also bought a 10 year old BMW 3 series Convertible for $15k and brand new was around $50k+. That's a good deal for older vehicle, but of course I still regretted it coz after buying it, it kept Burning My Wallet = BMW with maintenance after maintenance. Of all my life of owning vehicles, I've never had a 10 year old vehicle where the entire computer board had to be replace. German Junk.
|02-19-2013 05:17 PM|
there may be several MCCs within a general cashback category but it's common sense. for example, mcdonald's or starbucks would be considered fast food at 5814, whereas olive garden or red lobster would be a restaurant at 5812, but they all fall under the restaurant range of MCCs that's allowable by the credit card. the only establishments you may run into trouble are maybe 2nd tier establishments (e.g., starbucks inside a barnes and noble or target, restaurants inside a hotel, etc.).
for more info on MCC, go to http://mcc-codes.findtheda
|02-19-2013 02:03 PM|
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