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Employee vs Supplier Pricing


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Any thoughts? I order my truck with "Supplier" pricing through my work. It amounted to $6049 off of MSRP. The truck is due in this week or next. Even with Supplier pricing I'm eligible for any incentives offered at delivery. According to my order form there is another level "GMS" that is another $2324.63 less than Supplier level.  What is "GMS" level?

Is the current "Employee" Pricing better than "Supplier" Pricing? 

Trying to decide if the truck does come in this week to seal the deal with the Employee pricing or wait for January incentives.

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EVERYTHING is a negotiation in car sales, even rebates, incentives, etc..... have received incentives that i for sure did not qualify for......supplier, leasee, costco without ever qualifying.....so they have some tricks they can pull if motivated

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