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Ford Employee Pricing on 2018/2019 Models (until October 1, 2018)

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Ford Employee Pricing on 2018/2019 Models (until October 1, 2018)

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Ford Employee Pricing is back on until October 1, 2018. Remember that the Costco discount of $1,000 stacks on top of the sale prices.

http://www.ford.ca/FEP
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And what are the normal pricing?
I got Fido $15/month plan.
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Sucks to be a Ford employee?
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lewdvig wrote:
Jul 7th, 2018 4:11 pm
Sucks to be a Ford employee?
They're smart, they don't drive Fords
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john5170 wrote:
Jul 7th, 2018 4:04 pm
And what are the normal pricing?
The same during employee pricing... serious!
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Genesis seems promising hope it gets some discount soon, as for Ford i cant see the normal price and employee price difference.
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ShashankP890465 wrote:
Jul 7th, 2018 7:28 pm
Genesis seems promising hope it gets some discount soon, as for Ford i cant see the normal price and employee price difference.
They do that for a reason... Because there's not really a savings.

Wife and I bought a Grand Cherokee a couple years ago and need a van. Went back to look at the Pacifica and sales person tried to talk ilus into a caravan. They were on for $21k for the CVP package. No sale, no gimmick as we were told, that's the price. Two months later it's Ram month and the caravan is on for factory pricing, we call the sales person to see what the caravan is now and guess what? It's 21k, marked down from $29k. Such a deal our sales person told us, $8k off... :rolleyes:

It's all marketing BS! When your ready, get a uhaggle and use that.

Take this with a grain of salt, it's a sample size of 1.
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It's always a trade off. Either you get:
1 - Employee pricing which is essentially the dealer invoice price = MSRP - a few $k roughly (depending on model) but at higher finance rates
or wait for the next promotion...
2 - 0% financing with little to no incentives/rebates/cash back etc.

Very rarely would you ever get both. Maybe back in 2008 when Ford was having a rough year.
Either way, the only way to win on employee pricing is to either buy with cash (no financing with the most discounts) or find the lowest financing rate possible.
This is just from my observations. If there is a better way to increase savings during this promotion, please let us know.
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WockaWocka wrote:
Jul 7th, 2018 7:57 pm
It's always a trade off. Either you get:
1 - Employee pricing which is essentially the dealer invoice price = MSRP - a few $k roughly (depending on model) but at higher finance rates
or wait for the next promotion...
2 - 0% financing with little to no incentives/rebates/cash back etc.

Very rarely would you ever get both. Maybe back in 2008 when Ford was having a rough year.
Either way, the only way to win on employee pricing is to either buy with cash (no financing with the most discounts) or find the lowest financing rate possible.
This is just from my observations. If there is a better way to increase savings during this promotion, please let us know.
Usually the case that it's 0% or its a cash allowance. Sometimes you can get both - some cash incentives and 0%. Sometimes you get a better deal on a lease too.
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I bought a escape from ford a month earlier than employee pricing months. A month after I went back to the dealership to find out the employee price discount. The number I got was actually more expensive than non-employee price. So, Ford’s employee sucks! It is just a trick!
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does chevrolet/gm do something similar around this time?
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Ford employee pricing is really what employees of ford would pay - if they bought their Ford vehicles during the weeks this promotion is in effect. It's kind of hard for Ford not to do it this way considering it would be pretty easy for see if they were cheating. But Ford employees never buy their vehicles during these times because they get additional discounts during just about any other time. For a consumer, Ford employee pricing offers a decent discount across a wide lineup of vehicles.
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You can see what the employee discount is when you go configure your car. There is also a "delivery allowance". The discount increases if you add options and stuff. So I guess it's based on the total price of your car. I priced out a Mustang GT and the emp discount+delivery allowance is more than $6k.
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I am a proud Ford worker here in Windsor, Ontario. We have two plants now (down from five a while back). At our Windsor Engine Plant, we proudly make the 6.8L and in our Essex Engine Plant, we proudly make the 5.0L. Both are located in Windsor. That being said, if you are in the market for a truck or a mustang, please consider supporting Canadian jobs and give the 5.0 a test drive. As far as the employee pricing, one of the comments made earlier is exactly right. Normally the Ford employees here do not buy when this deal is on. We wait for another incentive to be applied so we can get both. I have heard (generally speaking) that our employee pricing is usually saving the tax. So if a car is listed at $30,000 before taxes, our "out the door" price is $30,000 including tax. Hope this helps.
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stephroll wrote:
Jul 7th, 2018 4:48 pm
They're smart, they don't drive Fords
You're so wrong. 99% of the Ford workers I work with drive a Ford.

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