Poor advice here, just work your best deal. Then, tell them you are a Costco Member. $700 in extra savings at Costco.This may sound flippant but it's not. The Costco program is designed to give its members a good deal not a super deal. Consequently, how much you will "save" depends on what deal you would have otherwise gotten. If you are savvy and willing to spend some time and effort you can likely get a better deal than with the Costco program. In essence the Costco program is more about convenience that cost savings, though for less informed or diligent buyers it will likely deliver savings.
FYI...It is really up to the dealer...however I have never been rejected (2nd one)My mistake. Read this as the usual Costco buying program rather than the limited GM-Costco Holiday Sale. Doesn't work like firehawk72 is suggesting. You register and then get your pricing. It varies by zipcode/area so the best way to find out would be to register and see what comes back. The Volt wasn't included last year so I don't think there is much to go on. One member did get a super deal on a Cruze if memory serves me correctly. Nice it's been added.
A couple of caveats. You have to have been a Costco member as of September, the amount depends on what level of membership you have, and you have to submit your form to Costco in a timely way.
Let us know how it works out.
So Lee, what was your deal?FYI...It is really up to the dealer...however I have never been rejected (2nd one)
I worked a great deal ...then added the Costco card at time of purchase (the day after the volt was added) and got the additional $700 card (takes 6-8 weeks). Don't take NO for an answer or change dealers )