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Wrangler Forum Members special pricing

Purchase any new 2010 or 2011 Wrangler/Wrangler Unlimited for 1% under invoice!! No games, no surprises. If you have any of the following control numbers get 2% under invoice!!! Tread Lightly, Affiliate Rewards, Friends and Family all qualify for 2% under invoice.

This is on top of any other rebates or special APR you qualify for.

We are really close to Ohare and Midway Airports, and a 40 minute cab or train ride from Union Station.

Feel free to contact me thru WF or by calling me direct.:wavey:

jdambm 10-06-2012 08:03 PM

Hey Pat do you still work with forum members on this program? Are you guys doing anything special in October Thank You

Lowerumble 10-06-2012 10:03 PM

Whose Pat?

jdambm 10-10-2012 09:34 PM

Pat at Fields jeep just ordered my 13 JKUS from him at 2% below invoice with tread lightly and the wrangler forum discount.

jglaz 01-22-2013 10:53 AM

Hey all,

I just wanted to jump in and tell you what a great job Pat did for me. I just ordered my 2013 Rubicon, I live about 30 miles from their Illinois dealership, so I drove over and we went through the options, dug around a bit into some of the details, and fair amount of time in a 10-degree parking lot looking at different vehicles for color and options.

Bottom line, he's a great guy who loves his Jeeps and it shows. The deal beat everyone else I talked to hands down (2% off invoice with the TL discount, and a great trade-in price) and it's obviously not just a job to him. I'd recommend him a heartbeat to anyone who's in the market.


Neversatisfied 10-26-2013 12:35 PM

How much difference is there from msrp to invoice to -2% on a new sport automatic with a msrp of about 26,000?Thanks, Steve

wmshay6 10-27-2013 08:18 AM


Originally Posted by Neversatisfied (Post 5666689)
How much difference is there from msrp to invoice to -2% on a new sport automatic with a msrp of about 26,000?Thanks, Steve

go to the jeep site and build what you want to get msrp. then go to the first page of the 2014 info thread and you can calculate the invoice price of your build. then subtract 2% to get an exact invoice - 2% number.

just spitballing, i would guess invoice about 24500, invoice - 2% just over 24000.

ubengineer 11-12-2013 08:08 AM

pm sent

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