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19 hours ago, Kingtut38 said:

I got 10k off of my HC.  MSRP was 64k and I paid 54k after fees.  This was with dealer discount and GM incentives.

When was this?

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27 minutes ago, Scooter Scott said:

When was this?

Last week.  54k was before taxes of course.   I used GM financing and I got the Conquest rebate for non-GM owners.   It seems Conquest is 1k in some states and 2k in others. 

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I bought my AT4 at Dennis Dillon in Boise ID. Sticker was 61,980 , after all offers price was 48,670 PLUS GM sent me a coupon for an additional 2k off if I bought a Sierra or a Silverado before Feb 28th. making it $46,670. In addition, GM offers $400 in free accessories if you own a small business. I added a bed mat, extra lighting and black GMC emblems. No tax in Oregon, only license and .5% use tax. So out the door 46,900 or a true 15k off sticker. attached is an example of their deal. I flew into Boise ($110) and drove it 6 hours home. Well worth it in my opinion. 

 

https://www.dennisdillongmc.com/VehicleSearchResults?make=GMC&model=Sierra 1500&bodyType=TRUCK&year=2019&limit=24&offset=24

 

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11 minutes ago, eppieguy said:

😂 

That's pretty funny. That one is for the unsuspecting buyer. 

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57 minutes ago, TxSilver said:

People actually paid $100,000 for the little $13,999 Mazda Miata when it first came out.. supply vs. demand, don't laugh, it could happen.

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On 3/22/2019 at 10:56 AM, Scooter Scott said:

Damn, that's cheaper than Laura.

Couple of friends bought from Laura and got great deals. I got quotes after I knew exactly what I wanted, after speaking with Laura my local dealership only 6 or 7 miles away here in Ohio beat their price by a few thousand dollars plus I get free oil changes, filters, lube, tire rotations and balancing for life. I got well over $10k off msrp and am very happy with my 2019 GMC Sierra Denali. 

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Bumping this to the top in hopes more will share their insight.  

 

Got a call from the dealer I was working with today.  The LT trail boss I’d been waiting for since the end of January had finally arrived.  

 

Beyond the current “Supplier pricing for everyone”, they wouldn’t budge a dime.  I’m walking away.  

 

Anyone had had good success with any specific dealers pricing and/or Costco program?

 

Thanks in advance, all.

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Just a question here that maybe that I don't realize.... I always negotiate a price of the vehicle when I order it, not when it comes in and whatever discounts are available when the vehicle arrives is an added bonus, did you not agree on a price when you ordered?  

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10 hours ago, Jackwards said:

Bumping this to the top in hopes more will share their insight.  

 

Got a call from the dealer I was working with today.  The LT trail boss I’d been waiting for since the end of January had finally arrived.  

 

Beyond the current “Supplier pricing for everyone”, they wouldn’t budge a dime.  I’m walking away.  

 

Anyone had had good success with any specific dealers pricing and/or Costco program?

 

Thanks in advance, all.

https://www.dennisdillongmc.com/VehicleSearchResults?model=Sierra 1500&year=2019

I'm not sure what part of the country you are in, but I flew to Boise ID, bought my AT4 for $11500 off sticker then GM kicked in another $2k bonus and my GM Card was $1500 so total of $15k off sticker. I looked everywhere across the country and couldn't beat that deal. They post their prices online so you don't have to deal with a sales guy until it's time to actually make a deal. They don't negotiate so what you are doing is sorting out the right vehicle for you and logistics. Good luck ! 

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On 4/2/2019 at 9:55 AM, eppieguy said:

Just a question here that maybe that I don't realize.... I always negotiate a price of the vehicle when I order it, not when it comes in and whatever discounts are available when the vehicle arrives is an added bonus, did you not agree on a price when you ordered?  

Good question. I would be concerned about agreeing on a price if the truck was delivered and there were issues with it that you found to be a problem but the dealer didn't agree were a problem. You can always walk away from a vehicle you ordered.

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On 1/25/2019 at 5:59 PM, sdkraemer said:

Was it a huge discount? I feel like they should have just honored it. I've been eyeing them and they do have good prices on the website but now I'm leery of them.

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I just bought my RST from AutoNation Gilbert. It was smooth. Talk to Robert, he's in the internet sales guy

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