General Motors often adds companies unaffiliated with the automotive industry to its list of approved “suppliers” for GM Supplier Pricing. That includes Taco Bell… for some reason.
CarsDirect reported on Friday that all Taco Bell employees can utilize GM Supplier Pricing, which translates to $4,385 off a 2018 C7 Corvette Grand Sport. That’s notable because the Grand Sport is not eligible for any other incentives. The sports car’s $66,590 MSRP is probably more than what the average Taco Bell employee makes in a year, but hey, no harm in dreaming right?
Right now you don’t have to work at Taco Bell to save money on a new Chevrolet. GM is offering GM Employee Pricing for All! Our current Employee Pricing for All is much lower/better than supplier pricing. And, it’s on many of our most popular models. But hurry, this offer ends November 30th, 2017. For more information please call our Customer Care Team at 630-898-9630 or visit us online.
The report also found another obscure deal for GM buyers. For the San Francisco auto show, GM will offer $1,000 off the GMC Sierra 1500 and buyers don’t even have to attend the California-based auto show to redeem the incentive. GMC will also offer $500 off the Acadia and Buick will provide a $500 incentive for the Encore. It’s free money, people.
Source: GM Authority.com