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I know a few forum members have received them. I see some new 2017 Volt LT's on cars.com are $28,000, without the Fed Tax Credit of course. So with the $3,000 GM offer, I believe it can be added, to that cost of $28,000 would bring it down to $25,000, and with the $7,500 Fed. Tax Credit, $17,500, that one heck of a deal if one can pull it off...
 

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I've been e-mailing GM customer service and some random other e-mail addresses I've picked up over the years--so far no luck, but will let you know if I succeed in getting one this way. Sounds like they just show up in the mail, but my mail is unreliable so I don't even know if they sent something.
 

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Thanks for your reply. If I can get a 2017 Volt LT, new of course, for $25,000, that would be a great deal. I'm still holding out for GM to offer, like last July, 20% off MSRP on new 2017 Volt's.
 

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The $3,000 private offer is only stackable with GM card points, I am just going through it. Not good with any loyalty offers, IVC's etc. The advertised prices you see typically include those offers. So don't get too excited yet,!
 

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I got a response from customer service -- they said the customers are "randomly selected" by computer generation and that "I was not one of them."

Take that FWIW.
 

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I received what I believe you're talking about in the mail today. But it's more than just the Volt, there are dozens of other GM vehicles listed. The Volt shows $3,000 "cash allowance". Corvette, Suburban and Tahoe show $5,000 "cash allowance". Even the Bolt EV shows $3,000 "cash allowance".

I'm not sure if this helps you but printed on the back it says, "Dealer Instructions: Please refer to Corporate Program Number 17-40CBI. Incentive code KZC."
 
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