Later this year in September, the Chevrolet, GMC, Buick and Cadillac Owner Rewards Points Program will undergo a major change.
As of September 8th, 2021, your GM Owner Rewards Points that you earn when you purchase a new vehicle, pay for service, or buy GM accessories, will be halved and points value will be re-aligned. The change is to make knowing the value of your rewards points more apparent.
Currently, you’ll get 20,000 points when you purchase a new vehicle. That number is worth $100 in accessories or services. Later this year, the value of your points will be halved and new vehicle purchases will be worth 10,000 points. However, the end value will still be $100.
The move is to align point values to equal 1-cent per point. So 10,000 points equal $100 and 1,000 points equal $10 points. Owners are being notified of the change this week via email.
You can use your owner rewards points to pay for service, accessories, OnStar Services, OnStar Data, and more.
So, just to be clear, although the total number of rewards points you’ll see in your account will be cut in half on September 8th, 2021, those points will be worth the same amount as they are today. It will just be easier to understand how much those points are worth.
Bought a new vehicle lately and haven’t used your points yet? Check out your rewards website and see what you can do with them.