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Re: Corporate Rebates (archive)

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Posted by Bob ///M3 on February 10, 2000 at 09:36:14:

In Reply to: Owner Loyalty Rebate...(more) posted by please Help, thank you on February 10, 2000 at 03:29:24:

A lot of BMW owners and potential BMW buyers are not aware of the "Corporate Rebate" program BMW offers. If you are employed by a large corporation you may qualify for the corporate rebate. It has the same rebates as the BMW/CCA "loyalty" rebate. If you do qualify for both, you can only apply for one rebate however. Ask your dealer for the list of the companies on the "Corporate Rebate" program.

The rebates are offered for most BMW models, both new and used. The rebates vary depending on the model and whether the vehicle is new or used. In the case of rebates for purchasing a used BMW, I believe it only applies to buying from a BMW dealer.

I've applied for corporate rebates on three BMWs and received them in about three to four weeks from BMW/NA in New Jersey. It's a nice incentive.

Bob ///M3


: I saw some people were talking about the Owner loyalty rebate, does it offer on M3 at 1998 ?

: here's the case, might sound stupid ..sorry :(
: my mom now has 1994 BMW 525 and I used to have 96 328i
: and me and my mom leased a 98 M3 last year,

: I wonder if there is a Owner Loyalty Rebate on M3 during 1998, can I still get the rebate now?
: thanks for your help......




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