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Ford A/Z Conquest PIN Through February 29, 2016

palaverpalaver Posts: 5
edited January 2016 in Ford
Saw this a few minutes ago. Anyone know a Ford employee willing to help sponsor?

http://www.autonews.com/article/20160120/RETAIL/160129988/ford-lets-employees-share-discounts-outside-family

... "Ford does not plan to formally announce the offer, which it’s calling the “A/Z Conquest PIN” program...
This is believed to be the first time Ford has made A-Plan pricing available to anyone outside an employee’s immediate family since 2008, when the Detroit 3 automakers all ran a promotion offering the discounts to all consumers.

The promotion follows the “Friends & Neighbors” program, which Ford halted a month earlier than planned after getting a tepid reception from consumers. Ford replaced “Friends & Neighbors” with no-interest financing in December, saying consumers preferred that offer even though both represented about the same level of incentive spending.

Under the new deal, the discounts are larger, but because people have to know an employee or retiree, the pool of potential buyers is much smaller.

The code that employees and retirees can share under this program is in addition to the four A-Plan or Z-Plan and four X-Plan codes they can obtain annually. Along with a discounted price on the vehicle, dealers cannot charge a document fee of more than $75 on A-Plan and Z-Plan sales."

Comments

  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66
    edited April 2016
    Hey Everyone,


    My wife and I are looking to get out of our Nissan lease and its looking like its going to cost thousands to get out of it. Dealer mentioned an A/Z discount plan, which could get us into a vehicle we need. I googled the plan and this site came up. Im hoping maybe someone here can help us out.


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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,994

    Hey Everyone,


    My wife and I are looking to get out of our Nissan lease and its looking like its going to cost thousands to get out of it. Dealer mentioned an A/Z discount plan, which could get us into a vehicle we need. I googled the plan and this site came up. Im hoping maybe someone here can help us out.


    (phone number deleted by HOST)

    Answered in the other thread you posted in.

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