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No clue if this would work for any of you in the US, but for sure in Ontario Canada there is a farm discount for members of the OFA (Ontario Federation of Agriculture).
You do NOT have to own a farm. You can simply sign up as a 'supporter of the OFA' for ~$200 and qualify for the rebate. As an example, in February this year on a 3500 it was over $12,000 off. Haven't looked recently because the whole '13MY is a joke IMO. Definitely worth the $200 membership fee though.
Yea -- Dodge used to do a "Farm Bureau" discount. I got $500 US off in 2010 when I got my truck for joining. Dues were either $30 or $50 and anyone could join. Just had to be a member for 30 days before Dodge would give you the rebate.
I think now the Farm Bureau is sponsoring GM cars and trucks and not Dodge / Ram if I'm not mistaken.
We have a dealer here that offers the same deal. I didn't believe it at first. I went down and looked at the 2013 2500 Crew Cab Diesel 4x4. The sticker was $48500 and with rebates it was at $38500. I was not able to beat them up any more on the price but I did talk them into a free spray-in bed liner and running boards.
Last edited by Landscaper2009; 09-09-2013 at 12:48 PM.
About ready to pounce on a 2014 2500 Laramie. Since I'm not totally convinced about the options & groups I think I need, I just sat down with the salesman and had him do a build on a hypothetical truck that is pretty to what I will order, probably next week. I asked the salesman what it would take to order that truck, and he began at 1% below invoice. I did the same thing at another dealer, and his offer was 2% under invoice. That makes a $60340 sticker about $52235, plus a DOC fee of $89. Most are about $350. Not sure if I can do any better, but there is a $1000 rebate on right now I will get, plus whatever is in effect when I take delivery. By selling a little under invoice, they still make money, and I might be able to get another option or two.
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