Here is the strategy I used prior to placing my order earlier this week. I went to Jeep's web site and got the list of dealers in my area. I prepared a generic letter with what I wanted all of them to know, and then waited for them to call me. My phone started ringing 30 minutes later and didn't stop for a couple of days.
Below is what I wrote to them via their Contact Us web pages:
Please route this message to the Fleet Manager.
Good Afternoon Sir / Madam,
I'm in the early stages of being in the market to purchase a Jeep Rubicon Unlimited with Chrysler Affiliate pricing through my employer (Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold). I am very well informed regarding the additional holdback dealers receive when using the Chrysler Affiliate program. My preferences in color in order are white, black, or billet.
I'm looking to purchase a Jeep Rubicon Unlimited no more than 2% under invoice with minimal documentation fees with the following following options:
Invoice Price Option
32,941 Base Invoice Price (destination fee included)
85 DMF 4.10 Rear Axle Ratio
138 HAB Air Conditioning w/Auto Temp Control
432 AAJ Connectivity Group
441 CJ1 Supplemental Frt Seat Side Air Bags
223 JPM Heated Front Seats
356 MX5 Premium Black Sunrider Soft Top
1,001 DGJ Automatic Transmission
979 ALX9 (Black) ALXV (Saddle) Leather Trimmed Bucket Seats (no preference on color of leather trim)
I am not interested in any jeeps with a hard top, color painted fenders, or an upgraded radio. If you have a jeep that meets these minimum requirements and are agreeable to selling at no more than 2% under invoice, please contact me.
I'm aware that some of the invoice costs have changed, but this method was very effective and I'm getting my Jeep for pretty darn close to 2% under invoice if you take their documentation fee into consideration.