Which companies are eligible X-Plan partner?

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Is there a reliable list of companies that are considered a Ford partner for the X-Plan or other Ford recognition plan?
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Xplan isn't that much savings, I wouldn't go way out of my way to get it

There's a couple dealers on here taking reservations at less than xplan costs
 
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I found that list, but not sure if this is really an accurate listing or they're just trying to get your name and address. This is just a Ford dealership claiming the listing is for X-plan.

So, let's say my company is on the list. How do I figure out what company code to enter on Ford website to generate the PIN?

I'm looking at X-Plan as my only way to save money, because the cost to have the Bronco shipped to west coast from east coast (for the $1300 under invoice) is almost more than what I'd save. So, my only alternative is to use the X-Plan to get lower than MSRP. No dealers around me sell for less than MSRP.
 

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I found that list, but not sure if this is really an accurate listing or they're just trying to get your name and address. This is just a Ford dealership claiming the listing is for X-plan.

So, let's say my company is on the list. How do I figure out what company code to enter on Ford website to generate the PIN?

I'm looking at X-Plan as my only way to save money, because the cost to have the Bronco shipped to west coast from east coast (for the $1300 under invoice) is almost more than what I'd save. So, my only alternative is to use the X-Plan to get lower than MSRP. No dealers around me sell for less than MSRP.
How bout this, ya pay me $600 and I’ll go pick up your bronco and drive it out to you and then ya still save $700 under invoice ;) lol

As for your company code, probably have to talk to someone somewhere at your company. My jobs at a company that’s part of xplan, as well as some other incentive type deals with other companies(other car makes as well as stuff outside the car world). There’s a link on my company’s employee web page that’s got other links and directions for all different discount offers. That’s where they have the company code for xplan listed and tells you how to use it. Other company’s may vary.
 

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There's a job that gives you xxx plan, which is better than single X plan
 
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I found that list, but not sure if this is really an accurate listing or they're just trying to get your name and address. This is just a Ford dealership claiming the listing is for X-plan.

So, let's say my company is on the list. How do I figure out what company code to enter on Ford website to generate the PIN?

I'm looking at X-Plan as my only way to save money, because the cost to have the Bronco shipped to west coast from east coast (for the $1300 under invoice) is almost more than what I'd save. So, my only alternative is to use the X-Plan to get lower than MSRP. No dealers around me sell for less than MSRP.
Assuming your company has a website you can look for something along the lines of employee benefits and discounts. Same place you might find hotel or rental car discounts for example.
 

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I found that list, but not sure if this is really an accurate listing or they're just trying to get your name and address. This is just a Ford dealership claiming the listing is for X-plan.

So, let's say my company is on the list. How do I figure out what company code to enter on Ford website to generate the PIN?

I'm looking at X-Plan as my only way to save money, because the cost to have the Bronco shipped to west coast from east coast (for the $1300 under invoice) is almost more than what I'd save. So, my only alternative is to use the X-Plan to get lower than MSRP. No dealers around me sell for less than MSRP.
If you have an HR department they should be able to assist
 
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Got it. Thanks. I do have X-plan and didn't realize it. :)

As Straight6 had mentioned there isn't much savings with x-plan.

I normally buy a new vehicle at around 5-8% under invoice price, but with the Bronco being in such high demand for the first year or two, and being in WA state, the x-plan is about the only discount I can get for now.

This is example of Bronco Sport (below), so Bronco will most likely have similar discount.

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I found that list, but not sure if this is really an accurate listing or they're just trying to get your name and address. This is just a Ford dealership claiming the listing is for X-plan.

So, let's say my company is on the list. How do I figure out what company code to enter on Ford website to generate the PIN?

I'm looking at X-Plan as my only way to save money, because the cost to have the Bronco shipped to west coast from east coast (for the $1300 under invoice) is almost more than what I'd save. So, my only alternative is to use the X-Plan to get lower than MSRP. No dealers around me sell for less than MSRP.
Your company should list your available employee discounts and perks somewhere, if not, check with your HR department. Mine wasn't obvious either because it was listed as my parent company, not the subsidiary I work for.
 

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Just get a part time job @ Micky D's. X-plan secured
 
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There's a job that gives you xxx plan, which is better than single X plan
Ha....
I agree. The single X plan doesn't add up to much. Maybe there's an XYZ plan we don't know about.
😁😁😁
 

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Have X plan due to my job but did pick up over 100 shares of F. Up 3% today already so there we go. Wish I had picked up shares when it was down at $5 a few months back.
 
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