22 Price Protection Certificate

MikeLowry

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Mike
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22 Tundra, 20 Expedition, 05 Tundra
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Black Diamond
My Bronco FINALLY came in over the weekend and I am scheduled for pickup Thursday, first thing. YAY!
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The Dealer Selling Price is $40,400 (and what was listed on the order sheet, as well as confirmed in text message).

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The sticker is $41,750

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The Purchase Protection Certificate for my name is only $825, bringing the sticker to $40,925.

Ford Marketing Department (Walter - very helpful) said there is a 2 tier Price Protection at the time of Delivery, that may be applicable. The Dealer has to check their "WBDO" system at the time of purchase.

Do I have any argument sake for the dealer to honor the previously said price?


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Jay
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Badlands
The way it was explained to me is that I get the $825 at sale and then after about 30-45 days I will get a refund from the dealership for the rest. Ford confirms the vehicle is registered to the reservation holder and then issues a credit accordingly. I have been working on this the past few days to better understand the process for delivery. Initially I thought I would get the credit all at once at the time of sale. Certain criteria has to be met and the amount varies.
 

 
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