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08-28-2013 11:52 AM
Springtail Just ordered my brochure....ordered a new Rubicon last week.

Here's to hoping I love free money!

Doc
08-28-2013 11:00 AM
ClayR I'll tell you we have honored those coupons after the fact at our store. Just demand to re-do paperwork because sales contract has to match rebates given or Chrysler can charge a dealer back.
08-28-2013 06:42 AM
KevinNJ Did you all ask your dealer if there's anything tied to your name? I did, they checked and I have one but it expires sept. 30...here's hoping my order comes in soon, but it's still in D
08-28-2013 05:16 AM
Afmcronnie I just got ANOTHER $1000 coupon in the mail. 7 weeks AFTER I bought my 2013. They must have screwed up when they sent me the first one BEFORE I bought the Jeep. lol!
07-27-2013 12:18 AM
jadmt
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Originally Posted by donmeca2020 View Post
same exact everything with me.... i also started to look at jeeps around june maybe a little before. when someone posted in the 2014 info thread about getting that coupon, i immediately sent for the brochure. i waited for 3 weeks or so and my father got one because i sent for one in his name. we received the brochure yet never got the coupon...

i'll find it safe to say that JEEP is reading this and possibly has stopped because we all caught wind of the $500 dollar coupon.
I don't think so as a year ago there was similar threads. The certificates were doled out randomly last year as well.
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/nev...on-194874.html
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/500...sh-199271.html
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/the...il-192218.html
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/500...il-151062.html
07-26-2013 11:56 PM
donmeca2020
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Originally Posted by CouponPages View Post
Here's the odd thing... Coupon or not.

I started shopping for my Jeep in June. One of the first things I did was request the brochure, because dealers don't stock them anymore. When making the request, it asked how long until I think I will be in the market for a purchase... I put down 1 month or less.

A week later, I assumed something went wrong on the site because I never got the brochure... So I requested it again... Then again a third time a week later.

It is now July 26 and I have not received any brochures. If there is a coupon inside, it will arrive long after its usefulness ends. The brochure itself will no longer be useful, except as a keepsake.

When a prospect asks for product information, that's the time to send it. Other than the conspiracy theory of keeping us from using the coupon, the only other excuse I can see for them not at least sending brochures in a timely manor is that they are out of 2013 brochures, and they still haven't kicked off their 2014 promotions. Not even on the web site... Which is odd, considering 2014s are rolling off the production line.
same exact everything with me.... i also started to look at jeeps around june maybe a little before. when someone posted in the 2014 info thread about getting that coupon, i immediately sent for the brochure. i waited for 3 weeks or so and my father got one because i sent for one in his name. we received the brochure yet never got the coupon...

i'll find it safe to say that JEEP is reading this and possibly has stopped because we all caught wind of the $500 dollar coupon.
07-26-2013 09:52 PM
Labrat0116
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Originally Posted by Afmcronnie View Post
I got $1000 coupon. Used it when I bought my 2013 JKU. Life is good.
Bought my JK last week and had no idea there was a coupon offer available.
07-26-2013 09:44 PM
jadmt
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Originally Posted by CouponPages View Post
Here's the odd thing... Coupon or not.

I started shopping for my Jeep in June. One of the first things I did was request the brochure, because dealers don't stock them anymore. When making the request, it asked how long until I think I will be in the market for a purchase... I put down 1 month or less.

A week later, I assumed something went wrong on the site because I never got the brochure... So I requested it again... Then again a third time a week later.

It is now July 26 and I have not received any brochures. If there is a coupon inside, it will arrive long after its usefulness ends. The brochure itself will no longer be useful, except as a keepsake. I know if I got a $1000 certificate it would be a no brainer.

When a prospect asks for product information, that's the time to send it. Other than the conspiracy theory of keeping us from using the coupon, the only other excuse I can see for them not at least sending brochures in a timely manor is that they are out of 2013 brochures, and they still haven't kicked off their 2014 promotions. Not even on the web site... Which is odd, considering 2014s are rolling off the production line.
When I decided I was getting a wrangler last year I requested a 2013 brochure and never did get one. I swear it was several months after I bought my 2013 wrangler I got a 2012 brochure. Never did get the 13. I think Chrysler needs to get on the ball with their marketing division. I am interested in getting a new Rubicon but for me $500 extra off might be the deal breaker more for the principal of the deal more then anything else.
07-26-2013 09:39 PM
CouponPages Here's the odd thing... Coupon or not.

I started shopping for my Jeep in June. One of the first things I did was request the brochure, because dealers don't stock them anymore. When making the request, it asked how long until I think I will be in the market for a purchase... I put down 1 month or less.

A week later, I assumed something went wrong on the site because I never got the brochure... So I requested it again... Then again a third time a week later.

It is now July 26 and I have not received any brochures. If there is a coupon inside, it will arrive long after its usefulness ends. The brochure itself will no longer be useful, except as a keepsake.

When a prospect asks for product information, that's the time to send it. Other than the conspiracy theory of keeping us from using the coupon, the only other excuse I can see for them not at least sending brochures in a timely manor is that they are out of 2013 brochures, and they still haven't kicked off their 2014 promotions. Not even on the web site... Which is odd, considering 2014s are rolling off the production line.
07-26-2013 03:58 PM
XPADREX I never received a coupon- but then, I never sent away for a brochure.
I doubt there's a conspiracy- the people who handle the coupons are most likely not aware of who purchased (or intends to purchase) a Wrangler.

The coupons may also be tied to market areas- if you are in an area in which Jeep has a strong penetration, than you are not as likely to receive an offer. This is why most rebate sites ask for your zip code.

Note to self: I will seek out a coupon if we add yet another Jeep product to the stable.
07-26-2013 07:51 AM
DC Dennis
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Originally Posted by Turbostixxx View Post
May I ask what the issue is?

Say you have a 10% interest rate (which is rather high a lot of times) so on that extra $500 you have to pay you pay a total of $50 in interest...if we are being stingy over $500 why did you buy a $30-$40k jeep to begin with? *sigh* first world problems
So now you are paying $550 over what you could have with the coupon. One could have used that $500 for an option that was otherwise outside the budget. $500 is not pennies unless you are buying a Ferrari or Bentley.
07-26-2013 07:46 AM
DC Dennis
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Originally Posted by Shawnee Jeep View Post
I got my coupon for $500 literally the day I signed the paperwork, but before I picked up my title. My salesman not only agreed to just have the dealer write me a check for $500, they doubled it to $1000.

I guess I got lucky.
Or he realized he had already raped you a touch too much....
and wanted to head off ill will before you saw what others had paid and got buyers remorse.
07-25-2013 07:10 PM
Blackpony04 I just received 2 brochures today for a total of 3 brochures this past month. No coupon in any of them.
07-25-2013 01:46 PM
jadmt
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Originally Posted by HoH-Jeeper View Post
Is the dealer compensated for using this coupon like they are with the affiliates program?
The coupon has no financial bearing whatsoever on the dealer. It is strictly between the factory and the customer that has the coupon.
07-25-2013 09:02 AM
panthermark
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Originally Posted by Turbostixxx View Post
May I ask what the issue is?

Say you have a 10% interest rate (which is rather high a lot of times) so on that extra $500 you have to pay you pay a total of $50 in interest...if we are being stingy over $500 why did you buy a $30-$40k jeep to begin with? *sigh* first world problems


I didn't finance. I saved long and hard, traded in my Liberty, and wrote a check for the difference.

I would rather have that $500 in my pocket (which I did get).
07-25-2013 08:26 AM
scipio337
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Originally Posted by Turbostixxx View Post
May I ask what the issue is?

Say you have a 10% interest rate (which is rather high a lot of times) so on that extra $500 you have to pay you pay a total of $50 in interest...if we are being stingy over $500 why did you buy a $30-$40k jeep to begin with? *sigh* first world problems
Not sure how you calculate your interest, but 10% at a 4 year term would be about $608 for that $500.

Just sayin'.

I got the "golden ticket" in January, expired on March 31. I ordered in early June. I literally requested 30+ brochures after the first bonus cash expired, and called Jeep incentives weekly to check on it both during, and after the build.

No luck there.
07-25-2013 08:25 AM
jeepers29
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Originally Posted by HoH-Jeeper View Post
Is the dealer compensated for using this coupon like they are with the affiliates program?
I do believe that the dealer is compensated from Jeep for the coupon.
07-25-2013 08:08 AM
HoH-Jeeper Is the dealer compensated for using this coupon like they are with the affiliates program?
07-25-2013 07:58 AM
jadmt Even if I were wealthy I would be a little miffed over $500, not sure how much money one has to have where $500 no big deal. I know I am not close to it.
07-25-2013 07:53 AM
bluehash ^This. $500 saved can be used in a lot of stuff - IRA, stuff around the house, food etc. If it were $50, I would not mind
07-25-2013 07:37 AM
Methodman
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Originally Posted by Turbostixxx View Post
May I ask what the issue is?

Say you have a 10% interest rate (which is rather high a lot of times) so on that extra $500 you have to pay you pay a total of $50 in interest...if we are being stingy over $500 why did you buy a $30-$40k jeep to begin with? *sigh* first world problems

I don't think its being stingy. I don't know about you, but I'd rather have $500 in my pocket than in the dealers. That $500 can be used for other things like lights/tires etc...

OR, you can show us where you got your money tree so we can plant one in our backyard too.
07-25-2013 01:04 AM
Turbostixxx May I ask what the issue is?

Say you have a 10% interest rate (which is rather high a lot of times) so on that extra $500 you have to pay you pay a total of $50 in interest...if we are being stingy over $500 why did you buy a $30-$40k jeep to begin with? *sigh* first world problems
07-25-2013 01:00 AM
Turbostixxx And I got a bill for my loan payment after my purchase...
07-25-2013 12:38 AM
JimmEC I got a key chain in the mail after my purchase.
07-25-2013 12:35 AM
ColoRubicon This happened to me after I bought my Jeep, when they called for their survey I mentioned how this came after my purchase even though I had requested it months before. Each time I was contacted from Jeep I mentioned this.....in the end after several follow up phone calls from an extremely helpful customer service rep., we worked out a deal for free oil changes for 6 years.
07-24-2013 11:06 PM
jadmt
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Originally Posted by HouseofCards View Post
I received my brochure today after waiting FOREVER and applying three times but still no coupon
What gives?
luck of the draw, not sure what the odds are.
07-24-2013 10:14 PM
HouseofCards
No coupon

I received my brochure today after waiting FOREVER and applying three times but still no coupon
What gives?
07-24-2013 10:13 PM
jpedmundson Same thing happened to me.
07-24-2013 10:05 PM
richuam they get great PR at your expense
07-24-2013 09:47 PM
CouponPages Ford did the exact same thing when I requested a brochure in 2010.

Meanwhile, I have requested a brochure at least 3 times since June and still no brochure. First class mail takes only a couple of days. If it takes more than a month to get a brochure, it makes you wonder what they are thinking.

If they also send coupons, the delay may be deliberate. As someone in the coupon business, I hate when companies put up hurdles to use their coupons.
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